01/30/2013 12:16amFollowers of Iran's minority Zoroastrian religion gathered after sunset to mark Sadeh _ an ancient mid-winter feast dating to Iran's pre-Islamic past that is also drawing new interest from Muslims.
01/30/2013 7:46amThe awe-inspiring dunes and wild mountains of Algeria's Sahara have lured adventure travelers for decades, but their latest incarnation _ as a crossroad for the al-Qaida militants who attacked a natural gas complex _ is likely to make them even more inaccessible.
01/30/2013 1:24pmAn emergency U.N. appeal to raise $1.5 billion in humanitarian aid for Syria exceeded its goal Wednesday at a conference with dire predictions of rising civilian costs and Jordan's king saying the refugee crunch has pushed his nation's resources to the breaking point.
01/30/2013 3:18pmBritain and Algeria have agreed to a security partnership that could see greater intelligence-sharing and planning for future crises, U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron said Wednesday on a visit to the North African country.
01/30/2013 3:23pmEgypt's Islamist president has been significantly weakened by a week of violent protests across much of the country, with his popularity eroding, the powerful military implicitly criticizing him and some of his ultraconservative Islamist backers distancing themselves from him.
01/30/2013 11:31pmIt's a day Israelis will never forget: Feb. 1, 2003, when national pride abruptly turned to national tragedy.
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