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Turkey is displaying a full statue of Hercules for the first time since a U.S. museum returned the top half after two decades of negotiations.
In a Middle East wracked by coups d'etat and civil insurrections, the Republic of Turkey credibly offers itself as a model, thanks to its impressive economic growth, democratic system, political control of the military and secular order.
Finance Minister Alexei Kudrin resigned on Monday after rebelling against a plan to install President Dmitry Medvedev as prime minister when Vladimir Putin returns to the Kremlin in 2012.
Yemen's defiant president addressed his troubled nation Sunday for the first time since returning to the country after an assassination attempt, making no promise to immediately step down but saying he is committed to a deal to end months of spiraling violence.
The Boston Museum of Fine Arts returned a piece of a Hercules statue to Turkey after two decades of negotiations, the country's prime minister said Sunday.
It was another critical moment in the life of the 64-year-old Jewish state. Egyptian mobs had breached the protective barrier around the Israeli Embassy in Cairo, shredded the national Star of David flag before stomping on it - and the Israeli ambassador to Egypt and his staff fled town a few steps ahead of the mob.
Israel is bracing for one of the greatest diplomatic challenges since its founding — a Palestinian bid for U.N. membership that has galvanized the Jewish state's adversaries and left it searching for friends.
Syrian security forces riding in vehicles mounted with machine-guns raided neighborhoods outside the capital, Damascus, before dawn Tuesday as Turkey's prime minister said he was concerned Syria could descend into a sectarian civil war.
One of the most secretive figures of Hosni Mubarak's inner circle testified Tuesday at the ousted leader's trial under a complete media blackout, facing questions over whether his former boss ordered the use of lethal force against protesters.