12/11/2012 5:31amIran's official news agency is reporting the country has closed its consular section in the western Afghan city of Herat, after anti-Iranian protests at the site on Sunday.
12/11/2012 6:06amIraq's prime minister has called on the international community to demand an immediate release of Palestinian and Arab prisoners held in Israeli jails.
12/11/2012 12:29pmThey showed a military-style precision: Crowds of bearded Islamists proclaiming allegiance to Egypt's President Mohammed Morsi and chanting "God is great" as they descended on tents set up by anti-Morsi protesters outside the presidential palace, swinging clubs, firing rifles and calling for burning down the opposition. They set up a detention facility, interrogating and beating captured protesters.
12/11/2012 1:09pmIran's state TV says the country has put its first domestically produced helicopters into service, displaying them at an air show.
12/11/2012 2:21pmTunisia's government has reached an agreement with the country's leading labor union to avoid a nationwide strike over economic woes and power disputes.
12/11/2012 10:49pmU.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said Wednesday that President Barack Obama will decide in the next few weeks how many U.S. troops will stay in Afghanistan after the combat mission ends in December 2014.
12/11/2012 11:40pmRafah's biggest industry is back in business: Gazans are rebuilding the network of underground smuggling tunnels crisscrossing the Egyptian border that were pummeled in a recent Israeli offensive, restoring the illicit conduit for consumer goods and weapons so crucial to Hamas rule.
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