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Following a report from Independent Television News, Terence Smith talks with New York Times Jerusalem bureau chief James Bennet about the latest developments in the Middle East.
A closer look at Hu Jintao, the man expected to become China's next leader.
Over a million people demonstrated peacefully across France Wednesday in the largest national protest to date against extreme-right presidential candidate Jean-Marie Le Pen.
Six Palestinian men wanted by Israel were transferred from Yasser Arafat's compound in Ramallah to the town of Jericho Wednesday, according to published accounts.
The Israeli security cabinet voted Tuesday to block a United Nations inquiry into the fighting at the Jenin refugee camp, unless the UN complies with its demands concerning the scope and the composition of the fact-finding mission.
In a controversial referendum, Pakistani voters deliver a vote of confidence to President Pervez Musharraf.
Turkey announced on Monday it would officially assume leadership of the international peacekeeping team in Afghanistan from British forces for the next six months.
A divided Supreme Court ruled Monday that the needs of disabled workers do not normally outweigh an employer's seniority policies.
Israeli tanks and troops raided the West Bank city of Hebron shortly before dawn Monday, killing at least nine and arresting some 17 Palestinians.
From violence in the Middle East to involvement in Iraq, experts assess President Bush's foreign policy.
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