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Kwame Holman reports on Zimbabwe's elections, scheduled for next week.
President Bush announced Thursday he is sending Middle East envoy Anthony Zinni back to the region to try to a jump-start Israeli-Palestinian truce negotiations.
A mounting death toll, worsened Thursday by a series of raids on Palestinian refugee camps and suicide bombings, is raising questions about the leadership of Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon.
Despite continued attacks and counterattacks, efforts to promote a Saudi plan to bring peace to the region appear to gain key support.
Israel attacks killed at least 19 Palestinians Monday, after a Palestinian suicide bomber and gunmen killed 22 Israelis over the weekend.
A series of sniper attacks and a suicide bombing left more than 21 Israelis dead within 24 hours as military forces attempted to respond to continued Palestinian violence.
Israeli troops continued their assault on a refugee camp Friday, killing at least six Palestinians and wounding 38, Palestinian officials said.
Kwame Holman reports on partisan disagreements over the war on terrorism.
Israeli forces launched large scale attacks on two Palestinian refugee camps Thursday in an attempt to root out militant leaders.
A federal appeals court in Manhattan threw out three police officers' obstruction-of-justice convictions in the Abner Louima torture case, citing insufficient evidence.
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