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Israel’s Foreign Minister Doesn’t Get Anywhere With Hillary Clinton

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton stood her ground and perhaps surprised many of her far left critics on Wednesday when she told Israel’s Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman to stop expanding their settlements. Lieberman, who was visiting the US for the first time since assuming his new post, was refuted by Clinton after he told her […]

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Iran: Is It A Lost Battle for Ahmadinejad And The Clerics?

Iran: Is It A Lost Battle for Ahmadinejad And The Clerics?

Despite the crack down by the Iranian regime, protesters are marching in huge numbers in Iran again today. The “Velvet Revolution” seems to be getting more momentum every day, despite the pre-election warning from the political leader of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard that it would be “nipped in the bud.” The sea of green from the […]

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Carlos Slim Becomes Mexico’s Biggest Boss

Some Mexicans may be putting their hopes of economic recovery on the world’s third wealthiest citizen, Carlos Slim Helu. But are they looking for help in the wrong man? Slim, the Mexican mogul that has built his wealth in the telecommunications industry, was declared on Monday by Mexican news outlets as the largest employer in […]

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British PM Announces Probe Into Iraq War

Today, Britain’s Prime Minister Gordon Brown announced that an independent probe into the 2003 Iraq war would take about a year to complete. Brown stated to the House of Commons: “I am today, announcing the establishment of an independent privy councilor committee of inquiry. It will consider the period from summer 2001, before military operations […]

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Iran Crisis: Mousavi Leads Huge Rally Despite Ban

Latest update: The AFP & the BBC report that Mousavi told a crowd of tens of thousands in Tehran that he was ready to take part in a new poll. 6/15/2009 @ 8:30 AM ( PST) Civil unrest has continued in Tehran almost two days after Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was re-elected to another four-year […]

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