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Arabs can build ‘walls’ too!

July 28th, 2012 Comments off
“We started to practice. They came and they saw us – they didn’t like it and they went to the organizers,” Feraro told Reuters. “They put up some kind of wall between us. Everyone went on and there was no interaction between us.”



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Obama chides Romney for flip-flopping on healthcare – Reuters

July 6th, 2012 Comments off

ABC News
Obama chides Romney for flip-flopping on healthcare
Reuters
| WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama accused Republican rival Mitt Romney of kowtowing to conservatives when he changed his position on what to call the healthcare reform provision that requires people to buy insurance.
Romney blames Obama for weak jobs reportCNN
For Romney, Jobs Numbers Offer OpportunityWall Street Journal
Conservatives lament – and defend – state of Romney campaignCBS News
Washington Post -The Associated Press
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Mexico’s old rulers claim presidential election win | – Reuters

July 2nd, 2012 Comments off

Telegraph.co.uk
Mexico's old rulers claim presidential election win |
Reuters
By Mica Rosenberg and Ioan Grillo | MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexico's old rulers claimed victory in a presidential election on Sunday after exit polls showed their candidate Enrique Pena Nieto primed to restore to power the party that dominated the
Exit polls show Enrique Peña Nieto winning Mexico's presidencyLos Angeles Times
Mexican old guard leads, ruling party concedesThe Associated Press
Exit Polls Say Ex-Ruling Party Wins in MexicoWall Street Journal
TIME -BBC News -Fox News
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Greece’s New Democracy seeks bailout coalition | – Reuters

June 18th, 2012 Comments off

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Greece's New Democracy seeks bailout coalition |
Reuters
By George Georgiopoulos and Lefteris Papadimas | ATHENS (Reuters) – Greece's conservative leader began talks to form a government on Monday after winning an election that sets him the task of imposing punishing austerity measures in a near-bankrupt
Greek Govt To Seek Extension For Fiscal TargetsWall Street Journal
Greek conservative calls for broad new coalitionThe Associated Press
Samaras Races to Form Greek Government as EU Warns on TimingBloomberg
USA TODAY -Financial Times
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Iran starts court case against Reuters

May 21st, 2012 Comments off

TEHRAN: Iranian authorities said on Monday they have formally started court proceedings against the international news agency Reuters, after suspending its Tehran bureau over a report about female …
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"Lockdown" sounds more like "Same Old’"

May 19th, 2012 Comments off

(Reuters) – “….. This inner sanctum at the end of a corridor between Netanyahu’s private room and the office of his top military adviser, is where one of the decade’s most momentous military decisions could soon be taken: to launch an Israeli attack on Iran’s nuclear program………
As the deadline for a decision draws nearer, the public pronouncements of Israel’s top officials and military have changed. After hawkish warnings about a possible strike earlier this year, their language of late has been more guarded and clues to their intentions more difficult to discern.
“The top of the government has gone into lockdown,” one official said. “Nobody is saying anything publicly (except THAT official, of course!). That in itself tells you a lot about where things stand.”…….
“I think they have made a decision to attack,” said one (other) senior Israeli figure with close ties to the leadership. “It is going to happen. The window of opportunity is before the U.S. presidential election in November. This way they will bounce the Americans into supporting them.”……..
“I think they’ve gone into lockdown mode now,” (borrowing from the above Israeli official) the senior Western diplomat said. “Whatever happens next, whatever they decide, we will not find out until it happens.” (WOW!)…” 



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Plan for ads about Obama’s former pastor ignites firestorm – Reuters

May 17th, 2012 Comments off

New York Times
Plan for ads about Obama's former pastor ignites firestorm
Reuters
* Ad campaign would have reminded voters of Jeremiah Wright * Proposal rejected by conservative political group * Obama team says Romney won't stand up to "extreme voices" By John Whitesides WASHINGTON, May 17 (Reuters) – A proposed $10 million
Super PAC's reported anti-Obama ad sparks backlash, quick denialCNN International
Romney repudiates 'Jeremiah Wright' proposalNew York Daily News
Romney Condemns Ad Proposal Using Reverend WrightNew York Times
The Associated Press -San Francisco Chronicle -Los Angeles Times
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"Progress" does not prevent this diplomat from threatening Armageddon!

May 17th, 2012 Comments off

(Reuters) – U.S. plans for a possible military strike on Iran are ready and the option is “fully available”, the U.S. ambassador to Israel said, days before Tehran resumes talks with world powers which suspect it of seeking to develop nuclear arms….
“It would be preferable to resolve this diplomatically and through the use of pressure than to use military force,” Ambassador Dan Shapiro said in remarks about Iran aired by Israel’s Army Radio on Thursday.
“But that doesn’t mean that option is not fully available – not just available, but it’s ready. The necessary planning has been done to ensure that it’s ready,” said Shapiro, who the radio station said had spoken on Tuesday……
New talks opened in Istanbul last month and resume on May 23 in Baghdad…..
In January, Shapiro told an Israeli newspaper the United States was “guaranteeing that the military option is ready and available to the president at the moment he decides to use it”.



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Reuters is outraged: Iran is sending weapons to Syria

May 17th, 2012 Comments off
“Syria remains the top destination for Iranian arms shipments in violation of a U.N. Security Council ban on weapons exports by the Islamic Republic, according to a confidential report on Iran sanctions-busting seen by Reuters on Wednesday.”  Of course, Reuters is outraged because it knows that only Turkey, US, EU, Saudi Arabia, US, Qatar, and UAE are permitted to send arms to Syrian rebels under UN charter.

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Greek president makes last push to avert elections – Reuters

May 13th, 2012 Comments off

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Greek president makes last push to avert elections
Reuters
By Karolina Tagaris and Lefteris Papadimas | ATHENS (Reuters) – Greece's president met party leaders on Sunday in a final bid to cobble together a coalition and avert a repeat election, but the veteran politician's effort looked set to fail because of
Greek President, Party Leaders Begin Coalition TalksWall Street Journal
Greek president to hold last-ditch government talksCNN
Greek Politicians Meet In Final Bid For CoalitionNPR
Herald Sun -The Daily Star -Irish Times
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