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Protests grip major Iran cities over gas prices; 1 killed

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Protesters angered by Iran raising government-set gasoline prices by 50% blocked traffic in major cities and occasionally clashed with police

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Syrian Druze shifting support to the opposition

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BEIRUT, Lebanon – Members of Syria’s Druze community, a small but significant religious minority, are joining the opposition in bigger

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Egypt, Iran strategic interests are still worlds apart

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Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s visit to Cairo to attend a meeting of the Organization of Islamic States has sparked speculation

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No revolution in Lebanon

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Why is the counter-revolutionary force stronger than the revolutionary force which is calling for a revolution in Lebanon similar to what we have seen elsewhere in the Arab Spring?

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Syria’s opposition meeting was a PR exercise

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Allowing opposition figures to meet openly was an attempt to show the world Syria is serious about reform, if only it were true

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Why Syria Needs a Revolution?

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By Ghassan Karam

So many of the regime apologists in Syria have stumbled on the phrase “evolution and not revolution” and have used it to great effect in scoring points against the critics of the Baath establishment.

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Egyptian soldiers attack Tahrir Square protesters

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Egyptian soldiers armed with clubs and rifles have stormed Cairo’s Tahrir Square in a pre-dawn raid that reportedly killed at

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Egyptian military now faces critics

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A blogger was jailed recently for “insulting the military.” Human rights advocates say that thousands of people have been arrested

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Syrian President Appoints New PM

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Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has appointed former agriculture minister Adel Safar as a new Prime Minister and has asked him

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Assad announced himself a dictator

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Syria’s president Bashar al Assad addressed the nation to appease growing protests – but his words failed to ease Syrian anger.

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