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Facebook removes Hezbollah sites for inciting violence

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Facebook has removed Hezbollah sites from its pages because they incite to violence, a company spokesman said. “Under our Statement

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Iran’s Rafsanjani praises Facebook, calls it a blessing

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Facebook is a “blessing” that helps freedom-seeking movements challenge tyranny, a former president of Iran — which routinely blocks access

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Is having a Facebook account a crime in Lebanon?

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86 people from the Jezzine area were reportedly  summoned by the Lebanese Army intelligence   to the Zougheib Barracks in Saida

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Facebook IPO: 600 mil. shares could change hands today

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Trading houses and brokerages expect Facebook’s initial public offering, the second-largest U.S. debut ever, to stoke heavy volume in the

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Iran blocks Internet access

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Iran has cut off access to the Internet, leaving millions of people without access to email and social networks. A

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Syrian forces kill 11 people during mass protests

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rces shot dead at least 11 people during mass protests on Friday against President Bashar al-Assad, rights activists and witnesses

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In Syria-Qatar rift, a ‘shrewdly calculated divorce’

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By closing its embassy in Damascus and calling back its ambassador to Doha, Qatar is contributing to Syria’s growing international isolation, says political scientist Karim Sader.

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‘Bodies on the streets’ in Syrian crackdown

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Human rights activists and residents of Homs, Syria’s third largest city, are reporting intense gunfire as security forces conduct raids

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Qatar breaks Arab ranks over Syria

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Qatar lived up to its reputation as a maverick in Middle Eastern politics this week by suspending the operations of its embassy in Damascus.

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Ziadeh: Syrian revolution is “the revolution of YouTube”

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If we call the Egyptian revolution “the revolution of Facebook,” we can say that the Syrian revolution is “the revolution of YouTube.”

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