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By Kimberly Hefling, Associated Press
How Russia plans to protect Olympic crowds in wake of bombings…
Will M23 step-down set the stage for peace among armed groups in the Congo?…
Ten Years After The Fall of Baghdad, A Look Back at a Decade of Conflict in Iraq…
One year into his brutal crackdown, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad faces an armed insurgency by rebel fighters of the Free Syrian Army, including some defectors from his own regime. In a rare glimpse inside the opposition, GlobalPost reporters Hugh Macleod…
By Larisa Epatko
Since U.S.-led forces unseated the Taliban in 2001, springtime in Afghanistan has generally brought increased fighting between insurgents and coalition forces. Many Afghans expect this year to be no different.
After last March's inconclusive election in Iraq, Vice President Biden continued to affirm that a new government can be attained peacefully. Judy Woodruff talks to Jane Arraf of the Christian Science Monitor, who is currently in Baghdad.
In an interview with Jim Lehrer, Chairman of the Joints Chief of Staff Adm. Mike Mullen discusses President Obama's plan to send an additional 30,000 soldiers to Afghanistan and a timetable for U.S. withdrawal.
In an interview with Judy Woodruff, Matthew Hoh, the first U.S. official known to resign in protest to America's presence in Afghanistan, discusses his objections to the war.
Ray Suarez speaks with Washington Post reporter Pamela Constable who has been reporting from Islamabad on the Pakistani army's offensive against militants.
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