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In the Wake of Turmoil and Bloodshed, Should the U.S. Suspend Aid to Egypt?…
Gunfire and tear gas filled the streets of Cairo, which took on the sights and sounds of a war zone. As warned, security forces swept pro-Morsi protesters in attempt to break a standoff. More than 200 people died and the…
In Syria, Assad Makes Gains in Central Regions, Rebels Still Control Perimeter…
Met with heavy skepticism by U.S. officials, Syria's government signaled Monday plans to stop fighting by next week, according to Arab League envoy Kofi Annan. Judy Woodruff, the University of Oklahoma's Joshua Landis and Al Arabiya News Network's Hisham Melhem…
As officials from more than 60 nations on Friday called on Syria's government to stop killings, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton stressed that if the regime refused the delivery of humanitarian supplies, "it will have even more blood on its…
Assad Running out of Friends, but China, Russia Still Among Allies…
World leaders, including President Obama, appealed to Moammar Gadhafi on Monday to prevent further bloodshed in his country by stepping down, and urged opposition forces to build a democratic government through peaceful means. Ray Suarez reports.
Libyan rebels clashed with militias loyal to Moammar Gadhafi.
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