Michael Slackman

Foreign Correspondent, New York Times

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Secretary of State Clinton today denounced Libya's Moammar Gadhafi for using " mercenaries and thugs " against his own people. She said the US is considering "every option."

Arab Upheaval: Can Iran Take Advantage?

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Now that major rivals are deposed or worried about their own futures, has Iran gained new influence in the region, without doing a thing?

Arab Upheaval: Can Iran Take Advantage?

Now that major rivals are deposed or worried about their own futures, has Iran gained new influence in the region, without doing a thing?

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The Iranian government has launched missiles before, but the surface-to-surface two-stage missile launched today is more accurate and with greater capabilities, including that of…

Iran Tests Upgraded, Faster Missile

The Iranian government has launched missiles before, but the surface-to-surface two-stage missile launched today is more accurate and with greater capabilities, including that of…

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