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The book should not be closed on the Lockerbie attack, Nathan Thrall writes.
GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip _ Palestinian militants, armed with deadlier missiles than ever before, kept up rocket assaults on Israeli border communities on Tuesday, despite relentless Israeli air attacks against Gaza's Hamas rulers and unwelcome word from Egypt that it would not bail them out. An interactive map with photos and videos from Gaza attacks.
Two key factors: A six-month cease-fire ended and Israel faces a pivotal election in February.
Teaching children murder and a warped, dangerous history.
The list of challenges is long: Iran, the Israeli-Palestinian dispute, Syria, and a damaged U.S. brand.
Last weekend's incident has me thinking about the origins of the insult.
How some financial institutions avoid trouble by following the strict rules of the Koran.
Right-wing party leader Netanyahu finds himself outflanked by hardliners.
These are the top Asian and Middle Eastern universities in 2008.
The terrorist network is on the run in Indonesia, but is getting stronger in Middle East and Africa.