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Syrian Government Offers Mixed Message to Protesters
By LIAM STACK and KATHERINE ZOEPF
Even as changes such as amnesty for some prisoners were announced, human rights activists said organizers of the protest movement were being detained.
Egyptian Military to Review Cases of Jailed Protesters
By LIAM STACK
The move addresses growing criticism of the armed forces over human-rights abuses.
Hamas Says It Found Body of Italian Activist
By FARES AKRAM
An Al Qaeda-inspired Islamic group said Thursday it had kidnapped the man and threatened to execute him.
Colleagues Rebuke Gaza Report’s Author
By ETHAN BRONNER
Members of the U. N. panel that investigated Israel’s Gaza war two years ago rejected former chairman Richard Goldstone’s retraction of their finding that Israel had deliberately targeted civilians.
Iraq: U.N. Says 34 Iranians Killed at Exile Camp
By MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT
The United Nations confirmed the claims that dozens of Iranian exiles were killed by Iraqi security forces last week at a camp north of Baghdad.
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In the empty desert, Saudi Arabia is building entire cities envisioned as spaces for education, industry, living, and more importantly, as islands from which social change might seep out, without antagonizing fundamentalist forces within the country.
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I.M. Pei, Frank Gehry, Norman Foster and Jean Nouvel discuss their work in the Persian Gulf.
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State’s Secrets
Examining U.S. diplomatic cables as a window on relations with the rest of the world in an age of war and terrorism.
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Articles in this series are examining the secret expansion of the war against Al Qaeda and its allies.
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Iraqi Youths Long for Their Own Moment in the 'Arab Spring'
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Italian Activist Kidnapped in Gaza
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Video Shows Defense of Besieged Misurata
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Syrian Women Demand Release of Detainees
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What Happens When Dictatorships Actually Succeed?
By CHRYSTIA FREELAND | REUTERS
From Beijing in 1989 to Tehran in 2009 to Libya today, the tactic of dictators seems to be clear: Shoot now and ask questions later. What happens when, as in China, they seem to get away with it?
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Egypt's Re-Revolution
Egyptians continue fighting to root out prominent allies of Hosni Mubarak, suggesting that it is more difficult to change a system than to oust a leader.
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TimesCast | Yemen's Dueling Protests
Pro- and anti-government factions divide Yemen's capital with competing protests.
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TimesCast | Syria Continues Clampdown
The Syrian government condemns social media in an effort to quell dissent.
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A New Tune for Egypt's Radical Muslims
Egypt's fundamentalist Muslims are preaching at universities, advertising on streets, and politicizing in five-star hotels. Their goal: to influence the Muslim content in Egypt's new constitution.
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Gadhafi Defiant Despite NATO Airstrikes in Tripoli
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Italian Peace Campaigner Killed in Gaza, Hamas Says
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Hamas Says Body of Kidnapped Activist Found
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