Palestinian Cabinet stakes claim amid shrine furor
HEBRON, West Bank - The Palestinian Cabinet moved its weekly meeting to Hebron on Monday, a symbolic protest against Israel's addition of a contested shrine in this volatile West Bank city to its list of national heritage sites.
Farrakhan predicts continued trouble for Obama
CHICAGO - Nation of Islam Minister Louis Farrakhan claims the "white right" is trying to make Barack Obama a one-term president.

BAGHDAD - Iraq's prime minister Sunday defended a ban of candidates with alleged ties to Saddam Hussein's former regime, calling it a legitimate decision that would not affect Sunni turnout at the polls.

JERUSALEM - Israeli riot police dispersed a crowd of masked Palestinian youths throwing stones in the heart of Jerusalem's Old City on Sunday, in a violent reminder of tensions at the holiest site in the contested city.

JERUSALEM - Israeli police forces stormed a Jerusalem holy site on Sunday to disperse Palestinian protesters hurling rocks at visitors.
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