Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Answers to Mitt Romney's Israel-Palestine Apathy - The Atlantic


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Answers to Mitt Romney's Israel-Palestine Apathy
The Atlantic
He has been an editor and writer at The New Republic and a correspondent for Newsweek magazine in the Middle East, based in Egypt and Lebanon and covering most of the Arab world. More. Krieger has received fellowships to study topics including the ...
Obama team bashes Romney on Middle EastUSA TODAY
Not just Romney: Many in Middle East are losing faith in a two-state solution, tooChristian Science Monitor
Mitt Tells The Truth About Prospects For Peace In The Middle EastConservativeHQ
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Russia Overtakes Saudi Arabia as Top Crude Producer, JODI Says - Bloomberg


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Russia Overtakes Saudi Arabia as Top Crude Producer, JODI Says
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Saudi Arabia's production fell to 9.8 million barrels a day that month from 10.1 million barrels in June when output was at the highest in more than three decades, according to government statistics posted on JODI's website today. Exports dropped 7 ...
Oil fell after Saudi Arabia statement and FedEx outlook announcementExaminer.com
Saudi Arabia sets new record in crude burning this summerMENAFN.COM

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Saudi Arabia has given $3.7 bln in aid to region-IMF - Reuters


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Saudi Arabia has given $3.7 bln in aid to region-IMF
Reuters
DUBAI, Sept 19 (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia has so far disbursed about a fifth of the much-needed aid it promised to Arab countries since uprisings erupted in the region last year, according to the IMF, which cited data from Riyadh's finance ministry ...
Egypt Gets $80 Million Saudi Irrigation Loan, Al-Riyadh ReportsBloomberg
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Saudi Arabia has given $3.7 billion in aid to region - IMFReuters UK

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Inside Syria: Free Syrian Army says it will target civilian airports - MinnPost.com


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Inside Syria: Free Syrian Army says it will target civilian airports
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ALEPPO, Syria â€" Earlier this month, the Free Syrian Army issued a warning to commercial airlines still operating inside the country: cancel flights or risk attack. The rebels said they planned to target the country's public airports. While it might ...
Syria's Secular and Islamist Rebels: Who Are the Saudis and the Qataris Arming?TIME
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Syria's crisis No refugeThe Economist (blog)
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Egypt charges Coptic Christians linked to infamous video - CNN


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Egypt charges Coptic Christians linked to infamous video
CNN
Egyptian authorities have charged seven Coptic Christians living in the United States and a Florida pastor with insulting Islam and inciting sectarian strife for their alleged links to an online video that has enraged much of the Muslim world. Egypt's ...
Egypt court to try Copts living abroad over anti-Islam filmChicago Tribune
Egypt to try 7 Copts, US pastor over Prophet filmAtlanta Journal Constitution
Egypt seeks arrest of Terry Jones, 7 others tied to anti-Islam filmLos Angeles Times
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YouTube Blocks 'Innocence Of Muslims' In Saudi Arabia - Huffington Post


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YouTube Blocks 'Innocence Of Muslims' In Saudi Arabia
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Google Inc., YouTube's owner, has blocked access to the video in Libya and Egypt following violence there, and in Indonesia and India because it says the video broke laws in those countries. The Saudi Press Agency said that the kingdom had sent a ...
YouTube blocked in Saudi Arabia to stop anti-Islam filmChicago Sun-Times
Saudi Arabia demands YouTube block anti-Islam filmFirstpost
YouTube blocks anti-Islam video also in Saudi ArabiaITworld.com
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'Playing With Fire': Time to Admit the US Can't Control Egypt's Leaders - The Atlantic


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'Playing With Fire': Time to Admit the US Can't Control Egypt's Leaders
The Atlantic
Indeed, there are no easy answers to this question except to say: given what is at stake in Egypt broadly and, in particular, for Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood, the Egyptian president was never going to meet Washington's expectations to denounce the ...
US denies protests stalling aid to EgyptThe Express Tribune
Do Americans dare trust Egypt's President Morsi?Fox News
Intel agencies warned US Embassy in Egypt of possible violenceReuters
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