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In Cairo: Several Killed, Hundreds Injured, Tanks Deployed

More demonstrations — and likely more clashes — are expected. Many Egyptians are angry about President Mohammed Morsi's moves to consolidate power. Others are out in the streets to support the president.
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Software Pioneer John McAfee Arrested In Guatemala

John McAfee was arrested on Wednesday in Guatemala for entering the country illegally. He had fled Belize, where's he's a person of interest in the murder of his neighbor Gregory Faull.
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Hamas Prepares For Major Event In Gaza Strip

Exiled Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal is expected to visit the territory, crossing over from the Egyptian border. His visit comes amid speculation that Hamas, which rules Gaza, will seal a reconciliation deal with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas's Palestinian Authority in the West Bank.
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Arab Spring Provides Opportunities For Al-Qaida

The Pentagon's top lawyer has talked about how the U.S. would deal with terrorism after al-Qaida's core was defeated. But experts say the talk is premature. The Arab Spring has helped al-Qaida affiliates proliferate over the past year. And while they might not be able to pull off large scale attacks, they are still a very real threat.
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'It's A Disaster': Life Inside A Syrian Refugee Camp

At one camp near the town of Atma, near the border with Turkey, some private aid is getting through, but it's not nearly enough. There's a shortage of tents, water and food — all amid falling temperatures.
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Why No One's Going To Timbuktu These Days

The coup in Mali earlier this year and occupation of the north by al-Qaida affiliates have devastated the economy, especially the tourism sector, the country's third-largest revenue generator. Tourist arrivals have plummeted, and all Malians, from river guides to tailors, are suffering.

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