Monday's global agenda: The fallout from the Middle East protests


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The past week's unrest in the Middle East is affecting debate about whether to intervene in Syria. [The New York Times]

While all eyes were on the Middle East, the State Department also warned U.S. citizens about unauthorized travel to North Korea this past week. [UPI]

Four Americans were killed in Afghanistan in the latest bout of “green on blue” violence. [The Washington Post]


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