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** FILE ** In this Tuesday April 1, 2014 photo, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, right, joined by Palestinian chief peace negotiator Saeb Erekat, signs an application to the U.N. agencies in the West Bank city of Ramallah. (AP Photo/Majdi Mohammed, File)

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Yemeni mourners carry the coffins of soldiers who were killed by suspected al-Qaida militants at a checkpoint in Hadramawt province, during their funeral in Sanaa, Yemen, Sunday, March 30, 2014. Suspected al-Qaida militants attacked a security checkpoint in southeastern Yemen, first sending in a suicide car bomb then storming it, officials said on March 24. They killed 22 troops and left only one survivor, who pretended he was dead. (AP Photo/Hani Mohammed)

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In this March 11, 2014 photo GOP-backed Senate candidate Shane Osborn, left, and tea-party backed Ben Sasse, right, debate in Omaha, Neb. During the debate Osborn pledged “to support whoever wins” the four-way primary on May 13. But make no mistake, Nebraska is a new front in the bitter national struggle inside the Republican Party between established leaders determined to maintain control and right-wing insurgents trying to change the party’s direction. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik)

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In this March 13, 2014 photo Nebraska Senate candidate Shane Osborn, backed by the Republican Party, campaigns in in Fairbury, Neb. The heavy outside influence in Nebraska's race between Osborn and tea party-backed Ben Sasse is a change from previous elections, when party leaders largely left the choice to voters. But the ugly jousting in Congress between party powerbrokers and right-wing insurgents, and the party’s losses in 2012, ended that practice. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik)

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In this March 12, 2014 photo tea party-backed Nebraska Republican Senate candidate Ben Sasse campaigns in Elmwood, Neb. The heavy outside influence in Nebraska's race between Sasse and GOP-backed Shane Osborn is a change from previous elections, when party leaders largely left the choice to voters. But the ugly jousting in Congress between party powerbrokers and right-wing insurgents, and the party’s losses in 2012, ended that practice. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik)

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In this March 13, 2014 photo Nebraska Republican Senate candidate Shane Osborn speaks on the campaign trail in Fairbury, Neb. Nebraska is a new front in the bitter national struggle inside the Republican Party between established leaders determined to maintain control and right-wing insurgents trying to change the party’s direction. Party powerbrokers including Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell are quietly backing Osborn and steering donors his way. His opponent, Ben Sasse, has received more than twice as much from a group trying to unseat McConnell, plus support from some prominent tea-party figures. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik)

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In this March 12, 2014 photo Nebraska Republican Senate candidate Ben Sasse laughs on the campaign trail in Elmwood, Neb. Nebraska is a new front in the bitter national struggle inside the Republican Party between established leaders determined to maintain control and right-wing insurgents trying to change the party’s direction. Party powerbrokers including Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell are quietly backing Shane Osborn, Sasse's opponent, and steering donors his way. Sasse has received more than twice as much as Osborn from a group trying to unseat McConnell, plus support from some prominent tea-party figures. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik)

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In this March 13, 2014 photo Nebraska Republican Senate candidate Shane Osborn, a Navy veteran best known as the pilot of an American spy plane forced down by the Chinese military in 2001 and its crew held for 12 days, heads to a campaign stop in Fairbury, Neb. Nebraska, home of nice-guy politics, is a new front in the bitter national struggle inside the Republican Party between established leaders determined to maintain control and right-wing insurgents trying to change the party’s direction. Party powerbrokers including Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and his allies are quietly backing Osborn and steering the majority leader’s donors his way. Tea party groups are endorsing his opponent, Ben Sasse. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik)

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In this March 12, 2014 photo Nebraska Republican Senate candidate Ben Sasse, the president of Midland University, campaigns in Elmwood, Neb. Nebraska, home of nice-guy politics, is a new front in the bitter national struggle inside the Republican Party between established leaders determined to maintain control and right-wing insurgents trying to change the party’s direction. Tea party groups are endorsing Sasse and party powerbrokers including Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and his allies are quietly backing his opponent, Shane Osborn, and steering the majority leader’s donors his way. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik)

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***FILE** U.S. European Commander and Supreme Allied Commander – Europe (SACEUR) Air Force Gen. Philip Breedlove (front), joined by KFOR Commander Maj. Gen. Volker Halbauer, speaks during a joint press conference in Kosovo capital Pristina military airport in Slatina on June 7, 2013. (Associated Press)