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Tunis air to lay off 1700 employees

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The state-owned Tunisian Airlines ( Tunis air) will lay off 1,700 workers over the next two years due to financial

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Gulf, Qatar airlines win Saudi domestic routes

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The Saudi aviation authority has awarded Qatar Airways and Bahrain’s Gulf Air licences to operate domestic flights in the vast

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Former president Bush battling ‘stubborn fever’ remains in ICU

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Former President George H.W. Bush remains in the intensive care unit of Houston’s Methodist Hospital on Thursday, after battling a

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UN envoy calls for a Syrian transitional government

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International envoy Lakhdar Brahimi has called for “real change” in war-torn Syria and the installation of a transitional government with

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What Will Post-Assad Syria Look Like?

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Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s regime has shown surprising staying power in the vicious civil war that’s been grinding on for

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Nasrallah’s speech vs. the Pope’s message: Analysis

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The message Pope Benedict XVI gave when he visited Lebanon was very important and grand, whereas Sayed Hassan Nasrallah’s speech following the Pope’s visit was totally the opposite

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14 Suspects in Tripoli’s KFC, Hardee’s attack arrested

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14 people have been arrested in the assault on the KFC, Hardee’s fast food outlets and the Serail during protests

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Hezbollah chief makes rare appearance, warns U.S.

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Beirut, Lebanon -Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, in a rare appearance before tens of thousands of faithful, said on Monday

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Hezbollah chief calls for anti-Islam film protests in Lebanon

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The head of Lebanon’s Shi’ite militant group Hezbollah on Sunday called for nationwide protests over a film about the Prophet

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Suspected anti-Islam filmmaker questioned

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A man purported to be a filmmaker involved with the anti-Islam video sparking violent unrest in the Middle East and

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