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  •  - Serbian Progressive Party candidate for the 2012 presidential election Nikolic talks to media in his party's headquarters in Belgrade

    Serbian Progressive Party candidate for the 2012 presidential election Nikolic talks to media in his party's headquarters in Belgrade

    Posted: 5/6/2012 6:28:28 PM EST
    Serbian Progressive Party candidate for the 2012 presidential election Tomislav Nikolic (R) talks to media in his party's headquarters in Belgrade May 6, 2012. Serbia's incumbent liberals and right-wing opposition were tied for control of the Balkan country on Sunday after knife-edge elections in which the party of late Serb strongman Slobodan Milosevic emerged as kingmaker. The opposition Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) claimed victory and said it would open coalition talks without delay. But the results suggested the liberal Democratic Party, in power since Milosevic's ouster in 2000, was better placed to find allies for a new government. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
  •  - Becker, head of the Young Liberals in the liberal Free Democratic Party, speaks during a two-day extraordinary party convention in Karlsruhe

    Becker, head of the Young Liberals in the liberal Free Democratic Party, speaks during a two-day extraordinary party convention in Karlsruhe

    Posted: 4/22/2012 7:11:30 AM EST
    Lasse Becker, head of the Young Liberals in the liberal Free Democratic Party (FDP), speaks during a two-day extraordinary party convention in Karlsruhe April 22, 2012. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS)
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    Posted: 4/13/2012 3:15:47 AM EST
    In a Thursday, March 29, 2012 photo, presidential hopeful Abdel-Moneim Abolfotoh, a former Muslim Brotherhood leader who was expelled from the movement after he announced his decision to join the Presidential race, waves toward his supporters as he leaves the Higher Presidential Elections Commission in Cairo, Egypt. Abolfotoh's chances in the May 23-24 election will hinge on whether he is Islamist enough to pull in part of the religious vote while moderate enough to draw liberals who distrust the Brotherhood but want an alternative to Omar Suleiman. (AP Photo/Amr Nabil)
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    Posted: 4/13/2012 3:15:47 AM EST
    In a Thursday, March 29, 2012 photo, Supporters of presidential hopeful Abdel-Moneim Abolfotoh, a former Muslim Brotherhood leader who was expelled from the movement after he announced his decision to join the Presidential race, carry what they say are more than 45,000 recommendations to deliver to the Higher Presidential Elections Commission in Cairo, Egypt. Abolfotoh's chances in the May 23-24 election will hinge on whether he is Islamist enough to pull in part of the religious vote while moderate enough to draw liberals who distrust the Brotherhood but want an alternative to Omar Suleiman. (AP Photo/Amr Nabil)
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    Posted: 3/28/2012 12:55:47 PM EST
    Members of Egypt's Parliament attend a session in Cairo, Egypt, Saturday, March 24, 2012. Egyptian parliamentarians on Saturday cast ballots to select a 100-member panel that will draft the country's new constitution, amid deep polarization between liberals and Islamists over the process. (AP Photo/Ahmed Gomaa)
  •  - People get ready for a news conference at the Journalist's Syndicate in Cairo

    People get ready for a news conference at the Journalist's Syndicate in Cairo

    Posted: 3/27/2012 9:17:17 AM EST
    People get ready for a news conference at the Journalist's Syndicate in Cairo March 27, 2012. The Muslim Brotherhood's efforts to shape Egypt's political future plunged it into confrontation on Monday with both the ruling military and liberals angry at perceived Islamist attempts to dominate the country. Liberals quit a 100-person body tasked with writing a new constitution in protest at what they said were Islamist attempts to control the process, a walk-out that cast a shadow over a major component of Egypt's transition from years of autocracy. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany (EGYPT - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - Parliamentarian Hamzawy speaks at a news conference at the Journalist's Syndicate in Cairo

    Parliamentarian Hamzawy speaks at a news conference at the Journalist's Syndicate in Cairo

    Posted: 3/27/2012 9:12:58 AM EST
    Parliamentarian Amr Hamzawy speaks at a news conference at the Journalist's Syndicate in Cairo March 27, 2012. The Muslim Brotherhood's efforts to shape Egypt's political future plunged it into confrontation on Monday with both the ruling military and liberals angry at perceived Islamist attempts to dominate the country. Liberals quit a 100-person body tasked with writing a new constitution in protest at what they said were Islamist attempts to control the process, a walk-out that cast a shadow over a major component of Egypt's transition from years of autocracy. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany (EGYPT - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT PROFILE)
  •  - Members of Parliament Elaimy and Abu Hamed attend a news conference at the Journalist's Syndicate in Cairo

    Members of Parliament Elaimy and Abu Hamed attend a news conference at the Journalist's Syndicate in Cairo

    Posted: 3/27/2012 9:11:18 AM EST
    Members of Parliament Ziad al-Elaimy (R) and Mohammed Abu Hamed attend a news conference at the Journalist's Syndicate in Cairo March 27, 2012. The Muslim Brotherhood's efforts to shape Egypt's political future plunged it into confrontation on Monday with both the ruling military and liberals angry at perceived Islamist attempts to dominate the country. Liberals quit a 100-person body tasked with writing a new constitution in protest at what they said were Islamist attempts to control the process, a walk-out that cast a shadow over a major component of Egypt's transition from years of autocracy. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany (EGYPT - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - Parliamentarian Hamzawy speaks at a news conference at the Journalist's Syndicate in Cairo

    Parliamentarian Hamzawy speaks at a news conference at the Journalist's Syndicate in Cairo

    Posted: 3/27/2012 9:09:04 AM EST
    Parliamentarian Amr Hamzawy speaks at a news conference at the Journalist's Syndicate in Cairo March 27, 2012. The Muslim Brotherhood's efforts to shape Egypt's political future plunged it into confrontation on Monday with both the ruling military and liberals angry at perceived Islamist attempts to dominate the country. Liberals quit a 100-person body tasked with writing a new constitution in protest at what they said were Islamist attempts to control the process, a walk-out that cast a shadow over a major component of Egypt's transition from years of autocracy. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany (EGYPT - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
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    Posted: 3/26/2012 5:10:46 PM EST
    Egyptian lawmaker Hamdy Radwan votes during a session to select a constitutional panel in Cairo, Egypt, Saturday, March 24, 2012. Egyptian parliamentarians on Saturday cast ballots to select a 100-member panel that will draft the country's new constitution, amid deep polarization between liberals and Islamists over the process. (AP Photo/Ahmed Gomaa)
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    Posted: 3/26/2012 5:10:46 PM EST
    Egyptian lawmaker Mohamed Eltonsy votes during a session to select a constitutional panel in Cairo, Egypt, Saturday, March 24, 2012. Egyptian parliamentarians on Saturday cast ballots to select a 100-member panel that will draft the country's new constitution, amid deep polarization between liberals and Islamists over the process. (AP Photo/Ahmed Gomaa)
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    Posted: 3/26/2012 5:10:46 PM EST
    Egyptian lawmakers vote during a session to select a constitutional panel in Cairo, Egypt, Saturday, March 24, 2012. Egyptian parliamentarians on Saturday cast ballots to select a 100-member panel that will draft the country's new constitution, amid deep polarization between liberals and Islamists over the process. (AP Photo/Ahmed Gomaa)
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    Posted: 3/25/2012 8:05:47 AM EST
    Egypt's Parliament Speaker Saad el-Katatni, left, confers with his colleagues Amr Shobky, center, Amr Hamzawy, second right and Margret Azer during a session to select a constitutional panel in Cairo, Egypt, Saturday, March 24, 2012. Egyptian parliamentarians on Saturday cast ballots to select a 100-member panel that will draft the country's new constitution, amid deep polarization between liberals and Islamists over the process. (AP Photo/Ahmed Gomaa)
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    Posted: 3/24/2012 1:25:50 PM EST
    People argue next to a new monument to the victims of the 1990s Balkan wars, in Belgrade, Serbia, Saturday, March 24, 2012. The monument reads:Victims of war and homeland defenders from 1990-1999. Serbia is marking the start of a NATO bombardment 13 years ago, with nationalists whipping up anti-Western sentiments and liberals warning little has been done to face the wartime past even as the country seeks to join the European Union. (AP Photo/Darko Vojinovic)
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    Posted: 3/24/2012 1:25:49 PM EST
    People argue with Mayor of Belgrade Dragan Djilas, right, about the new monument for memorial to the victims of the 1990s Balkan wars, in Belgrade, Serbia, Saturday, March 24, 2012. The monument reads: Victims of war and homeland defenders from 1990-1999. Serbia is marking the start of a NATO bombardment 13 years ago, with nationalists whipping up anti-Western sentiments and liberals warning little has been done to face the wartime past even as the country seeks to join the European Union. (AP Photo/Darko Vojinovic)
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    Posted: 3/24/2012 1:25:49 PM EST
    Flowers left on the square by the new monument for memorial to the victims of the 1990s Balkan wars, in Belgrade, Serbia, Saturday, March 24, 2012. The monument reads: Victims of war and homeland defenders from 1990-1999. Serbia is marking the start of a NATO bombardment 13 years ago, with nationalists whipping up anti-Western sentiments and liberals warning little has been done to face the wartime past even as the country seeks to join the European Union. (AP Photo/Darko Vojinovic)
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    Posted: 3/24/2012 1:25:49 PM EST
    A woman touches a new monument to the victims of the 1990s Balkan wars, in Belgrade, Serbia, Saturday, March 24, 2012. The monument reads:Victims of war and homeland defenders from 1990-1999. Serbia is marking the start of a NATO bombardment 13 years ago, with nationalists whipping up anti-Western sentiments and liberals warning little has been done to face the wartime past even as the country seeks to join the European Union. (AP Photo/Darko Vojinovic)
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    Posted: 3/24/2012 1:25:49 PM EST
    An elderly man and two police officers watch the new monument for memorial to the victims of the 1990s Balkan wars, in Belgrade, Serbia, Saturday, March 24, 2012. The monument reads: Victims of war and homeland defenders from 1990-1999. Serbia is marking the start of a NATO bombardment 13 years ago, with nationalists whipping up anti-Western sentiments and liberals warning little has been done to face the wartime past even as the country seeks to join the European Union. (AP Photo/Darko Vojinovic)
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    Posted: 3/24/2012 1:25:49 PM EST
    People argue next to a new monument to the victims of the 1990s Balkan wars, which reads: "For victims...", in Belgrade, Serbia, Saturday, March 24, 2012. The monument reads:Victims of war and homeland defenders from 1990-1999. Serbia is marking the start of a NATO bombardment 13 years ago, with nationalists whipping up anti-Western sentiments and liberals warning little has been done to face the wartime past even as the country seeks to join the European Union. (AP Photo/Darko Vojinovic)
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    Posted: 3/24/2012 1:25:49 PM EST
    People argue next to a new monument to the victims of the 1990s Balkan wars, which reads: "For victims...", in Belgrade, Serbia, Saturday, March 24, 2012. The monument reads:Victims of war and homeland defenders from 1990-1999. Serbia is marking the start of a NATO bombardment 13 years ago, with nationalists whipping up anti-Western sentiments and liberals warning little has been done to face the wartime past even as the country seeks to join the European Union. (AP Photo/Darko Vojinovic)