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2014, As Seen from Syria

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New Year’s 2013

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Forget Something?

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AP/Ajit Solanki

India Prefers to Mourn on New Year’s

Many Indians chose solemn reflection over celebration on New Year’s Eve in a tribute to the 23-year-old woman whose gang rape and beating led to her death in a Singapore hospital a few days ago.

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AP/Verena Dobnik

’Tis a New Year

There been complaints and even some letters that I dis those who are really my betters, that if I paid attention and really learned I’d give conservatives what they’ve earned.

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And a Partridge in a Pear Tree

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AP / Ben Curtis

Egypt Bomb Kills at Least 21

In a bloody beginning to the new year in Egypt, a suicide bombing outside a Coptic church in Alexandria killed at least 21 people and injured dozens more. “This massacre has al-Qaida written all over ... ,” a church official said.

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AP / Karel Navarro

Obama Resolves to Fix the Economy

In his weekly radio address Saturday, President Obama committed himself in 2011 to improving the economy, creating jobs and strengthening the middle class. Here’s to a New Year’s resolution that hopefully won’t be broken.

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Russian Vodka Prices Soar

At a time of the year when alcohol consumption is traditionally up in Russia, a campaign against alcoholism launched recently by President Dmitry Medvedev will substantially raise the price of vodka. The cost of the cheapest half liter will increase to at least 89 rubles (about $3) from about 50 rubles.

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