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Islamic anti-terrorism coalition formed
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Footage claims to show Iranians in Syria
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U.N. camp vandalized in Gaza
Rebels eye road to Tripoli
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Troop withdrawal 'concerns' Boehner
House Speaker John Boehner acknowledges public opinion about the Afghan war but warns against an early troop withdrawal.
Afghan war creates strange ties in DC
CNN's Dana Bash examines the odd alliances that are forming on Capitol Hill over the issue of an Afghan troop pullout.
WH Obama, Karzai discuss Afghan future
The White House spokesman briefs reporters on President Obama's video conference with Afghan President Hamid Karzai.
Santorum slams Obama on Egypt stance
In February, Rick Santorum criticizes the president for not siding with Egypt's Hosni Mubarak.
Netanyahu 'I want peace'
Visiting the White House, Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu says Israel values Obama's efforts to advance the peace process.
Obama's war powers time running out
The deadline for President Obama to authorize action in Libya is coming to a close. CNN's Dana Bash reports.
Susan Rice talks Middle East diplomacy
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Susan Rice, reacts to President Obama's statements on Middle East diplomacy.
President Obama on the Middle East
John King, Ben Wedeman, Arwa Damon, Nic Robertson and Gigi Ibrahim discuss President Obama's Middle East policy speech.
Journalist killed in Misrata remembered
CNN's Peter Bergen reflects on the life and work of Tim Hetherington, the journalist who died in Libya Wednesday.
What is Gadhafi's fate?
Former CIA Director Gen. Michael Hayden talks to CNN's Candy Crowley about Libyan unrest and Gadhafi's fate.
What's the U.S. endgame in Libya?
CNN's Candy Crowley talks to former National Security Adviser James Jones about the Libya crisis.
Former CIA boss Gadhafi needs to go
CNN's John King speaks with former CIA director Gen. Michael Hayden about his perspective on the conflict in Libya.
Libya hearings aplenty on the Hill
Congress pushes administration officials on Libya in a series of hearings. CNN's Dana Bash reports.
No 'prolonged US engagement' in Libya
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney defines the limits of the U.S. military involvement in Libya.
Rumsfeld speaks out on mission in Libya
Former Defense Secy. Donald Rumsfeld tells CNN's John King why he thinks the U.S. is sending mixed signals in Libya.
Reaction to Obama's Libya speech
Did President Obama's speech help change the minds of members on Capitol Hill? Dana Bash reports.
Will U.S. arm Libya's rebels?
CNN's John King and panel members discuss the challenges faced by President Obama in Libya.
US Libya mission Fly-over with no end?
CNN's Candy Crowley asks Armed Services Committee Chair Carl Levin if the U.S. fly-over mission in Libya will work.
Congress demanding answers on Libya
CNN's Jessica Yellin talks to Reps. Peter King and Lynn Woolsey about Congressional response to intervention in Libya.
NATO to command no-fly zone in Libya
CNN's Jessica Yellin and Gen. Mark Kimmitt discuss NATO's decision to enforce the no-fly zone in Libya.
Ambassador We don't know who bombed us
CNN's John King talks to the Israeli ambassador to the U.S. about the first bombing inside Jerusalem in four years.
Gadhafi likely to survive revolt?
CNN's John King and panelists discuss comments on Libya that have a U.S. intelligence chief under fire.
Sen. Lugar War is a 'huge commitment'
Republican Sen. Richard Lugar tells CNN's John King why he believes the U.S. shouldn't intervene in Libya.
'Killings won't stop' until Gadhafi goes
CNN's Candy Crowley talks to the former Libyan Immigration Minister and former National Security advisor Stephen Hadley.
Obama Gadhafi 'must leave'
The president stresses that the violence in Libya must stop and says the U.S. is considering a number of options.
Social networking and Mideast revolution
Senators McCain and Lieberman discuss Mideast revolution and credit social networking as a force behind peaceful change.
Calls for military action in Libya
Sen. Lindsey Graham tells CNN's John King how he thinks the U.S. should respond the crisis in Libya.
Clinton 'Gadhafi must go now'
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton discusses the situation in Libya while testifying on Capitol Hill.
Gates No-fly zone begins with an attack
Defense Secretary Robert Gates warns Congress that any effort to create a no-fly zone over Libya begins with an attack.
U.S. preps Libyan humanitarian effort
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney addresses questions about U.S. ships moving closer to Libya.
Libyan leader's tricky name
CNN's John King takes a look at the many spellings of the name of Libya's controversial leader.
Global outrage at Gadhafi
CNN's John King and panel members discuss the potential global consequences of violence in Libya
Huckabee Gadhafi's 'clearly a mad man'
Potential presidential candidate Mike Huckabee talks to CNN's John King about his take on Libya.
White House principles on Libya 'clear'
White House spokesman Jay Carney reacts to questions that the president's stance on Libya has been too "muted."
Clinton Libya conflict 'completely unacceptable'
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton condemns the actions of the Libyan government and streses that the violence must stop.
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