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Obama asks Erdogan to speak against anti-US attacks

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The White House said Friday President Barack Obama asked Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan to speak out against anti-American

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Why L.A. officials not talking about the anti Islam film?

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A movie cannot shoot in Los Angeles County without a permit, and a permit makes public the names of the

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Producer: US had nothing to do with the movie

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A man who claims to be the producer of an anti-Islam movie that has sparked violent protests across the Arab

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Libyan president “determined” to catch attackers

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Libya’s president expressed confidence Friday that authorities would capture “sooner or later” the people behind this week’s attack that killed

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One killed in Lebanon protest over anti-Islam film

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One demonstrator was killed and two others were wounded in clashes with security forces in the northern Lebanese city of

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Sudan and South Sudan strike oil exportation deal

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South Sudan and Sudan said Saturday they struck a deal over the south’s exportation of oil through Sudan’s pipelines and

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HSBC exec resigns at money laundering hearing

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HSBC Holdings Plc (HSBA)’s head of group compliance, David Bagley, told a Senate hearing he will step down amid charges

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Bashir: Sudan constitution to be “100 percent Islamic”

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President Omar Hassan al-Bashir said on Saturday Sudan’s next constitution would be “100 percent Islamic” to set an example for

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Migrant workers in Lebanon rally for their rights

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Hundreds of people took to the streets Sunday to demand rights for migrant workers in Lebanon as well as celebrate

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Church torched in Sudan by Muslim mob

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A Muslim mob has set ablaze a Catholic church frequented by Southern Sudanese in the capital Khartoum, witnesses and media

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