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Kofi Annan

With bodies literally piling up at the feet of his ceasefire observers, Kofi Annan, the U.N.-Arab League envoy, left Damascus on Wednesday after his latest meeting with President Bashar al-Assad and said Syria is facing a "tipping point' Read more»

At last, Iraq might have a government. After eight months of acrimonious deadlock, Iraqi political parties have finally made a politically fragile but significant step. But the decision to divide power along ethnic lines does not bode well for the country. Read more»

Processing Iraqi election papers.

The official results of Iraq's election could be months away, but there is a lot riding on what happens in the coming weeks as the vote tallies seep out and the still pooling allegations of fraud are investigated. Read more»