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GCC to take action against Hezbollah loyalists in the Gulf countries

GCC to take action against Hezbollah loyalists in the Gulf countries

The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) will take action against Hezbollah loyalists living in the GCC countries, a statement issued by the council said on Monday. “The GCC will take measures against [those] in the GCC countries affiliated with Hezbollah in regards to their residencies as well...

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Syria spillover into Lebanon furthers intra-Muslim conflict in Mideast

Syria spillover into Lebanon furthers intra-Muslim conflict in Mideast

  HERMEL,   Lebanon   — The strategic city of Qusayr in Syria has fallen to the Syrian Army, and the shock waves are still being felt in Lebanon, where increased fighting vividly indicates how Syria's 27-month-old civil war has destabilized the entire region....

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String of bombings kill 12 in Iraq market

String of bombings kill 12 in Iraq market

BAQUBA, Iraq — Two near-simultaneous car bombs and a suicide attack killed 12 people in a wholesale market north of Baghdad Monday, the latest in a surge in violence authorities have struggled to control. The blasts, which left another 48 people wounded, struck a predominantly Shiite town...

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 Egyptian authorities prevent film director entering Cairo under pretext of belonging to FSA

Egyptian authorities prevent film director entering Cairo under pretext of belonging to FSA

The Egyptian authorities at Cairo International Airport banned the Syrian director Nidal Hassan from entering the country, based on a petition filed by the Assad Embassy in Cairo for security reasons, accusing Hassan of belonging to the Free Syrian Army.   Hassan was...

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Israel official says government won't accept Palestinian state in '67 lines

Israel official says government won't accept Palestinian state in '67 lines

A senior member of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud Party said in an interview broadcast Sunday that the Israeli government will not accept a Palestinian state with the borders favored by the Palestinians and the international community, a new hurdle to U.S. Secretary of State John...

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Ex-Libya rebel HQ attacked in Benghazi, 7 dead: hospital

Ex-Libya rebel HQ attacked in Benghazi, 7 dead: hospital

BENGHAZI, Libya — At least seven people died and 30 were wounded on Saturday when demonstrators attacked the headquarters in Benghazi of former rebels who had fought to oust Libyan dictator Moamer Kahdafi, a hospital official said. "At least seven people are dead," said a doctor at Al-Jala...

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Lebanese Hezbollah attacks in Syria draw response

Lebanese Hezbollah attacks in Syria draw response

HERMEL, Lebanon (AP) — In Shiite towns and villages near the border with Syria, residents who support Hezbollah are bearing the brunt of the militant Lebanese group's growing involvement in the Syrian civil war. Shells fired by Syria's overwhelmingly Sunni rebels regularly fall on the...

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Hezbollah urges Hamas members and officials to ‘leave Lebanon immediately’

Hezbollah urges Hamas members and officials to ‘leave Lebanon immediately’

Lebanese Shiite movement’s decision comes as response to Hamas’ role in ongoing war against Assad regime in Syria. BEIRUT - The powerful Lebanese Shiite movement Hezbollah called on Hamas members and officials who are still present in Lebanon to leave the country 'immediately and within...

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