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Hezbollah Believes Al Laqis Assassination Was a Saudi-Israeli Joint Operation

Hezbollah Believes Al Laqis Assassination Was a Saudi-Israeli Joint Operation

The rumors spread in Beirut after the assassination of Hezbollah commander Hassan Al Laqis were not in short supply. In one version, he was seriously wounded in a fight in the Qalamoun Mountains in Syria while assisting Al Assad forces, ...

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Saudi-US Business Ties Thrive In Spite of Political Differences

Saudi-US Business Ties Thrive In Spite of Political Differences

Economic ties between Saudi Arabia and the United States the two nations remain strong and continue to grow despite differences between Riyadh and the Obama administration over Iran.  The depth of these ties was underscored at the recent third annual ...

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Egypt. Back to the Future: (Opinion- Issue 5 Vol 1)

  It defies logic to try to form a sensible chronology of what has been going on in Egypt over the last couple of months. But one can at least extract the main features of the picture and condense them ...

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Intense Preparation Underway for Geneva II

Intense Preparation Underway for Geneva II

Russia and the United States are already working around the clock on preparations for the January 22, 2014 announced date of the Geneva II conference on Syria.  As with any successful diplomatic endeavor, the preparatory work is most critical.  In ...

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