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4 hrs ago | BeverageDaily
Sidel has partnered with Health Water Bottling in Saudi Arabia to install two of its next generation Matrix PET lines, which will start operations in February 2015.
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9 hrs ago | The Orlando Sentinel
The retired general who briefly led America's post-war Iraq reconstruction efforts said Tuesday that the war was a mistake, calling it one of many foreign-policy missteps that have emboldened U.S. enemies and contributed to unrest throughout the world.
10 hrs ago | The Hill
DA©jA vu all over again. It happened in Vietnam and it is happening again in Iraq.
13 hrs ago | United Nations
UNICEF has joined the World Health Organization and partners to launch a huge immunization campaign against polio in Syria.
15 hrs ago | Fog City Journal
The unintended consequence of the U.S. Iraq war, the so-called Arab Spring, and the Syrian conflict, is the collapse of the post-World War I partition of the Ottoman empire by the British and the French.
15 hrs ago | The Daily Star
Thirty Bangladeshis, who were suffering in inhuman condition in an under-construction hospital building in the restive Tikrit city of Iraq, have returned home finally.
A Palestinian-American teen left with stitches and bruises from his detention by Israeli security forces hopes to return one day without incident to the Middle East, where he was beaten while visiting relatives.
The Boeing 777 downed in Ukraine with the loss of 295 passengers was flying just 1,000 feet above a "no-fly" zone covering the troubled region, British newspaper The Independent reports.
Massoud Barzani, president of Iraq's semiautonomous Kurdistan region, rattled many cages this month when he announced in parliament that the KRG would be moving ahead soon on a referendum on independence from Iraq.
In this undated file photo, workers are seen busy at a national housing programme project called Bismaya New City Project in Baghdad of Iraq.
Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Martin Dempsey sounds as if he were reading off the 2007 script, echoing the divide-and-conquer strategy that was the basis for the Surge: "If you can separate those [Sunni] groups," Dempsey said, "then the problem becomes manageable and understandable."
Quakers in the Hampshire area are planning a Meeting for Worship at Farnborough International, which hosts an arms fair alongside "family-friendly" air displays.
Leather workers continue their ancient craft in the old quarter of Baghdad, Iraq, which includes architecture left over from the 13th century Abbasid caliphate, July 14, 2014.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 08:41 pm
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