02/18/2013 12:44pmSyrian Kurds who fled their country's civil war have mixed feelings about a future without Bashar Assad: They hope to win a measure of autonomy after the fall of the regime, but fear chaos and the rise of Islamists could instead make their lives worse.
02/18/2013 1:25pmIran's state prosecutor says the country's Supreme Court has upheld death sentences against four people linked to a $2.6 billion bank fraud described as the biggest financial swindle in Iran's history.
02/18/2013 3:51pmAccusations that Israel deliberately tried to curb birth rates among Ethiopian immigrants have reopened a debate over discrimination against the group _ highlighting the state's uneasy relationship with a community that has yet to fully settle into the Israeli mainstream.
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