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  1. On Native GroundIS the 2012 Election the Last Gasp of White Male Privilege?Read the original story

    2 hrs ago | American Reporter

    As a onetime foreign correspondent who wrote from places like Northern Ireland, Iran, Pakistan, India, Vietnam and the Philippines, I see the riots in Cairo, the assassination in Benghazi and the friction in U.S-Israeli relations as part of one picture: a portrait of the Middle Eastern world preparing for war between Iran and Israel. There is no glue between the events in Libya and Egypt, and today's demonstrations in Yemen, Morocco, Sudan, Iraq, Iran and Tunisia, except a deluded Israeli-American's amateurish, offensive film about the Prophet Mohammad - in one scene the director has the Prophet put his head between a woman's legs to see for himself there is no "devil" there.

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  2. Carl Cannon: Honesty still the best policyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Wave

    A protester stands outside the White House on Friday, asking President Obama to ban flights in effort to stop Ebola, the deadly virus that has already reached American soil. The debate surrounding travel bans as a way to curb the spread of Ebola has intensified after Thursday's congressional hearing, unleashing a flurry of impassioned arguments on both sides.

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  3. On Native GroundIS the 2012 Election the Last Gasp of White Male Privilege?Read the original story

    Friday Oct 17 | American Reporter

    As a onetime foreign correspondent who wrote from places like Northern Ireland, Iran, Pakistan, India, Vietnam and the Philippines, I see the riots in Cairo, the assassination in Benghazi and the friction in U.S-Israeli relations as part of one picture: a portrait of the Middle Eastern world preparing for war between Iran and Israel. There is no glue between the events in Libya and Egypt, and today's demonstrations in Yemen, Morocco, Sudan, Iraq, Iran and Tunisia, except a deluded Israeli-American's amateurish, offensive film about the Prophet Mohammad - in one scene the director has the Prophet put his head between a woman's legs to see for himself there is no "devil" there.

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  4. In Libya's Benghazi, mood of resignation over warRead the original story

    Friday Oct 17 | WATE-TV Knoxville

    Europe's economy sputters, oil prices plunge and stocks start swinging wildly. Wall Street's long dormant "fear index" now predicts more turbulence ahead.

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  5. Egypt's foray into Libya underlines its concernsRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 16 | WAND-TV Decatur

    Meteorologists say Tropical Storm Ana is expected to deliver strong winds and rain to the southern half of Hawaii's Big Island. Tropical Storm Ana is expected to deliver heavy rain and potentially destructive winds to the southern half of Hawaii's Big Island in the next couple of days, meteorologists said Thursday.

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  6. Putin keeps Merkel waiting in MilanRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | WDRB-TV Louisville

    The federal government is ramping up its response to the Ebola crisis after a second Dallas nurse became ill and it was disclosed that she had been cleared to fly a day before her diagnosis. Warning that Americans are losing faith in their government's ability to stop Ebola, Republican lawmakers on Thursday pressed for a ban on travel to the U.S. from the West African outbreak zone.

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  7. On Native GroundIS the 2012 Election the Last Gasp of White Male Privilege?Read the original story

    Sunday Oct 12 | American Reporter

    As a onetime foreign correspondent who wrote from places like Northern Ireland, Iran, Pakistan, India, Vietnam and the Philippines, I see the riots in Cairo, the assassination in Benghazi and the friction in U.S-Israeli relations as part of one picture: a portrait of the Middle Eastern world preparing for war between Iran and Israel. There is no glue between the events in Libya and Egypt, and today's demonstrations in Yemen, Morocco, Sudan, Iraq, Iran and Tunisia, except a deluded Israeli-American's amateurish, offensive film about the Prophet Mohammad - in one scene the director has the Prophet put his head between a woman's legs to see for himself there is no "devil" there.

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  8. Markey opponent wants voters to ask him about 'ducking' debatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 11 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    U.S. Sen. Ed Markey's opponent, Brian Herr, is encouraging his supporters to visit a pub in Peabody today and ask the senator why he won't debate the Hopkinton Republican. Herr's campaign claimed Friday that several news organizations have tried to set up debates and that it's been two weeks since Herr sent a letter to Markey asking for five debates.

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  9. On Native GroundIS the 2012 Election the Last Gasp of White Male Privilege?Read the original story

    Wednesday Oct 8 | American Reporter

    As a onetime foreign correspondent who wrote from places like Northern Ireland, Iran, Pakistan, India, Vietnam and the Philippines, I see the riots in Cairo, the assassination in Benghazi and the friction in U.S-Israeli relations as part of one picture: a portrait of the Middle Eastern world preparing for war between Iran and Israel. There is no glue between the events in Libya and Egypt, and today's demonstrations in Yemen, Morocco, Sudan, Iraq, Iran and Tunisia, except a deluded Israeli-American's amateurish, offensive film about the Prophet Mohammad - in one scene the director has the Prophet put his head between a woman's legs to see for himself there is no "devil" there.

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  10. Tuesday Editorial: Schools must play by rulesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 7 | Edmonton Journal

    The children of Fauzi Sheta, left, and Mohamed Sliel have not been allowed to return to public school in Edmonton because the company both men work for in Libya was destroyed by bombing and hasn't paid the international student fees. It feels mean-spirited to say that Edmonton schools should bar international students from attending class if their parents fail to pay the five-figure annual fees.

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  11. British hostage released by Libya militantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 5 | Scotsman.com

    THE British teacher David Bolam, who had been held hostage by militants in Libya, has been released, the Foreign Office confirmed yesterday. It is thought the 63-year-old's release was secured by local political factions and that money changed hands.

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  12. Plans, policies and operations revolve around crisis responseRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 5 | Marine Corps Times

    In the year ahead, Plans, Policies and Operations, the Pentagon-based command responsible for coordinating Marine movements across the globe, is placing particular emphasis on embassy security and the service's rapidly expanding crisis response mission. In the year ahead, Plans, Policies and Operations, the Pentagon-based command responsible for coordinating Marine movements across the globe, is placing particular emphasis on embassy security and the service's rapidly expanding crisis response mission.

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  13. Is It Too Late For Libya?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 12, 2012 | CFR.org

    Three years after the fall of Muammar al-Qaddafi, Libya is unraveling at a pace and scale few analysts expected, says Mary Fitzgerald, a Tripoli-based journalist. She says the violence which teeters on the brink of civil war, is rooted more in regional, economic, and social cleavages than religious differences.

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  14. UN Threatens Sanctions After Libya TalksRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 2 | Newindpress

    UNITED NATIONS: The UN Security Council today threatened sanctions against those who reject peace in Libya in a bid to shore up UN-brokered talks on ending the violence. UN special envoy Bernardino Leon held a first round of talks with rival politicians on September 29 that the council described as "an important step" toward a peaceful resolution in Libya.

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  15. Eritrean survivor of Lampedusa tragedy returns to honour the dead,...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 2 | AlertNet

    LAMPEDUSA ISLAND, Italy, October 3 - Almost a year after she nearly lost her life off the tiny Italian island of Lampedusa, Letebrhane from Eritrea will overcome her fear of the sea and return to remember the thousands who have lost their lives trying to reach Europe across the Mediterranean on smugglers' boats. The 24-year-old said she never wanted to see the sea again after the old boat she had boarded in Libya sank within sight of Lampedusa on October 3, 2013, leaving 368 people dead and just 155 survivors.

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  16. On Native GroundIS the 2012 Election the Last Gasp of White Male Privilege?Read the original story

    Tuesday Sep 30 | American Reporter

    As a onetime foreign correspondent who wrote from places like Northern Ireland, Iran, Pakistan, India, Vietnam and the Philippines, I see the riots in Cairo, the assassination in Benghazi and the friction in U.S-Israeli relations as part of one picture: a portrait of the Middle Eastern world preparing for war between Iran and Israel. There is no glue between the events in Libya and Egypt, and today's demonstrations in Yemen, Morocco, Sudan, Iraq, Iran and Tunisia, except a deluded Israeli-American's amateurish, offensive film about the Prophet Mohammad - in one scene the director has the Prophet put his head between a woman's legs to see for himself there is no "devil" there.

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  17. Colombian animal rights activists target horse-drawn carriagesRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 30 | Big News Network.com

    The traditional Spanish-style tours on horse-drawn carriages in the Colombian city of Cartagena have come under scrutiny in the wake of the collapse of four horses this year, with animal rights activists campaigning to shut down the popular tourist attraction. In less than one week, a horse collapsed while drawing a carriage with passengers and another suffered a heart attack and died in the middle of Bocagrande avenue, one of the main areas frequented by visitors.

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  18. Colombia: Animal Activists Move To Put Horses Out To PastureRead the original story

    Monday Sep 29 | Malaysian National News Agency

    CARTAGENA, Colombia, Sept 30 -- The traditional Spanish-style tours on horse-drawn carriages in the Colombian city of Cartagena have come under fire in the wake of the collapse of four horses this year, with animal rights activists campaigning to shut down the popular tourist attraction. In less than one week, a horse collapsed while drawing a carriage with passengers and another suffered a heart attack and died in the middle of Bocagrande avenue, one of the main areas frequented by visitors.

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  19. 200% rise in number of foreign tourists visiting Iran: CHTHO deputy directorRead the original story

    Monday Sep 29 | Tehran Times

    The number of foreign tourists visiting Iran has dramatically increased over the past few months, according to the Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handcrafts Organization's deputy director for tourism affairs, Morteza Rahmani Movahed. In an exclusive interview with the Tehran Times, Rahmani Movahed said that Iran is working hard to improve its tourism facilities as more and more people around the world are becoming interested in visiting the country's attractions.

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  20. With $100 billion in foreign reserves: is Libya's central bank...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 28 | Al Bawaba

    Home >> Business >> Banking & Finance >> With $100 Billion In Foreign Reserves: Is Libya's Central Bank Monopolizing The Country's Economic Potential? Oil accounts for 95 percent of state revenue in Libya and 65 percent of the country's Gross Domestic Product Oil accounts for 95 percent of state revenue in Libya and 65 percent of the country's Gross Domestic Product . The country has the largest oil reserves in Africa and the fifth largest in the world, with oil terminals scattered across the country but mainly concentrated in the northeast.

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