Friday's global agenda: Petraeus probed on Libya

Putin under fire: Germany's leader, Angela Merkel, is under pressure to get tough with Russia on human rights when she meets with President Vladimir Putin today. [Associated Press]

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The United States is expanding counterterrorism assistance to Cambodia despite its checkered human-rights record. [The Washington Post]

In one of the most significant reversals in the court’s 18-year history, appeals judges at the Yugoslav war crimes tribunal on Friday overturned the convictions of two generals from Croatia. [Associated Press]

The Department of Energy is set to make a politically charged decision on how much gas to export from the recent shale boom. [The Wall Street Journal]

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