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April 9th, 2013

Three Killed in Iraq Shootings Pentagon to Ask Congress to Overhaul Court-Martial System
Kerry Says US Is Weighing New Aid to Syria Rebels Taliban Peace Envoys in Qatar With Nothing to Do
Poles at Rally Accuse Russia of Murdering Their President in 2010 Plane Crash Senators Urge Engaging China in North Korea Effort
Video: New Navy Laser Can Shoot Down Drones, Is Headed for the Persian Gulf Report: China May Be Shutting Down Some Tourism Into North Korea
In Syria, Some Brace for the Next War Chinese Dissident Chen Guangcheng Wants Secret Accords Revealed
Zimbabwe's Tsvangirai Rules Out Joining Another Unity Government With Mugabe With Netanyahu's Consent, Kerry Pledges Steps to Help Palestinian Economy
US Can Intercept North Korean Missile, Top Admiral Says Old Animosities Thrive in Post-Gadhafi Libya
Libyan Parliament Bans Kidnapping, Torture Petrol Bombs Rain Down on Headquarters of Bahrain's Foreign Ministry
Canadian Forces Face Danger Pay Cuts in Afghanistan Pentagon Opts to Fund Controversial Multi-Nation Missile Defense Program
GAO Finds Billions in Wasteful, Duplicative Federal Spending In US, South Korean Makes Case for Nuclear Arms
Staff Sgt. Adam Arndt, Army Recruiter, Allegedly Killed 17-Year-Old Recruit, Then Self Iran to Expand Uranium Mining
Egypt's Coptic Pope Blasts Morsi US Army No Longer Lumping Ultra-Orthodox Jews With KKK, al-Qaeda
Bomb Found in South Lebanon Israeli Takes Over Opisrael Hacktivist Website
Bahrain 1st Arab Country to Blacklist Hezbollah as Terror Group UN Says Food Distribution Centers Reopen in Gaza
Haifa Court Sentences Israeli Arab to 7 Years for Spying on Behalf of Hezbollah Obama's Drone War Kills 'Others,' Not Just Al Qaeda Leaders
Kerry Upbeat After 3 Days of Mideast Diplomacy Guatemala War Trial Puts Past Closer to President
Somalia President Admits Rapes by Security Forces South Korean Politician Asks Seoul to Consider Nuclear Capability
Tens of Thousands March for Peace in Colombia After Decades of Conflict Mauritania Jails Canadian for Two Years for Terrorist Conspiracy
5 UN Troops, 7 Others Killed in South Sudan At Least 7 Dead in Mozambique Violence
Yugoslav Wars Left Population Heavily Armed Egypt's Revolutionary Cleric Suspended Over Sermon
Cuba to Turn Over Florida Couple and Children No Sense of Panic in North Korea Capital
Colombians March in Polarizing Bid to Make Peace With FARC Libya Arms Fueling Conflicts in Syria, Mali and Beyond: UN Experts
Sudan's Army Says Kills 15 Rebels, Retakes Part of South Darfur North Korea's Peasant Army Gets Ready to Farm, Not Wage War
Syria's Jihadists Face Test of Government in Eastern City Dutch Reporter Held in Egypt Accused of Spying
Libya PM's Aide Mohamed Al-Ghattous Freed by Kidnappers Obama Approves US Military Assistance to Somalia
Mali Crisis: French Troops Begin Withdrawal Russia Pursues Election Watchdog Under Anti-NGO Law
Saudi Arabia Builds Giant Yemen Border Fence Uhuru Kenyatta Sworn in as Kenyan President
India Politician's Son Arrested for His Murder Pakistan Supreme Court Adjourns Musharraf Treason Case
Fatah, Hamas to Resume Reconciliation Dialogue in Cairo Soon Australia's Iraq War Prime Minister Criticizes US Handling of Bloody Aftermath of Overthrow
Syria's Assad Says Turkish Premier Cannot Be Trusted in Peace Talks With Kurds Beyonce, Jay-Z Trip to Cuba Likely to Face Scrutiny, Officials Say
Russian Jews Urge Netanyahu to Ignore US Jews' Call for Ceding Land Air Force Grounding Fighter Squadrons to Save Cash
Gunman Kills 13 People in Serbian Village Syrian Rebel Faction Merges With Al-Qaeda in Iraq
Israel Court: Life Sentences for Jewish Radical in Murder of Palestinians Iraq's Most Wanted: Where Are They Now?
Mali Locals Eat President Hollande's Camel Iraqi al-Qaeda and Syria Rebels Announce Merger
Japan Deploys Patriot Missiles to Defend Tokyo From North Korean Threats North Korea Warns Foreigners to Get Out
Five Indian UN Troops Are Killed in South Sudan Afghanistan Helicopter Crash Kills 2 US Troops

April 8th, 2013

Gaza Fishermen Hemmed in After Rocket Attack Rep. King Cheers Obama's Hawkish Stance on North Korea
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