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Egyptian police arrest protesters as calm returns in Cairo

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Egyptian police arrested protesters in Cairo on Saturday after days of anti-U.S. demonstrations over a film denigrating the Prophet Mohammed.

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Romney denounces the anti-Muslim film

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US presidential candidate Mitt Romney on Friday denounced an anti-Muslim film that is stirring unrest in the Middle East, even

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UK calls for justice over protests

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The UK has urged the Sudanese authorities to bring to justice protesters who attacked the British and German embassies amid

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Protesters torch KFC, Hardee’s in Lebanon’s Tripoli

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Protesters in a number of countries across the Muslim world vented anger against the West on Friday as the controversy

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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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Obama calls Clinton aide a ‘patriot’ at Ramadan dinner

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President Barack Obama on Friday called Huma Abedin, a top aide to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, an “American patriot”

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Former Libyan PM extradited from Tunisia

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Tunisia has extradited a senior leader of the deposed Gaddafi government back to Libya. Al Baghdadi Ali al-Mahmoudi served as

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Fisk: Sectarian violence in Syria will continue, bloody civil war ahead

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In an interview, Robert Fisk describes the imminent collapse of Assad’s regime against armed opposition as “wishful thinking”, and that

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