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Hamas faces "huge challenges" in West Bank: leader (Reuters) PDF Print E-mail
Reuters - Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal said on Saturday that his group faced "huge challenges" in the West Bank as a force against Israel.
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CBC Hariri report aimed at fuelling tensions: Hezbollah MP (AFP) PDF Print E-mail

White flowers covers the tomb of slain Lebanese premier Rafiq Hariri in downtown Beirut in 2009. A Hezbollah MP on Saturday slammed a Canadian media report that the Shiite group would be implicated in the murder of Lebanon's ex-premier Rafiq Hariri, saying it aimed to fuel religious tensions.(AFP/File/Joseph Barrak)AFP - A Hezbollah MP on Saturday slammed a Canadian media report that the Shiite group would be implicated in the murder of Lebanon's ex-premier Rafiq Hariri, saying it aimed to fuel religious tensions.


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Lebanese PM Hariri on 'historic' visit to Iran (AFP) PDF Print E-mail

Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri (left) shakes hands with Iran's first vice president, Mohammad Reza Rahimi after reviewing honour guard at Tehran's Saadabad Palace. Hariri arrived in Iran on a first official visit amid a tense political stand-off between his pro-Western camp and rival Iran-backed Shiite militia Hezbollah.(AFP/Behrouz Mehri)AFP - Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri arrived in Iran on Saturday on a first official visit amid a tense political stand-off between his pro-Western camp and rival Iran-backed Shiite militia Hezbollah.


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Syria says lack of peace in Mideast hurts development (AFP) PDF Print E-mail

Indian President Pratibha Patil speaks to her Syrian counterpart Bashar al-Assad during a joint press conference at Al-Shaab palace in Damascus. Assad said the absence of peace in the Middle East harms the region's economic development, following talks with the visiting Indian president.(AFP/Louai Beshara)AFP - Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said on Saturday the absence of peace in the Middle East harms the region's economic development, following talks with the visiting Indian president.


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Lebanese PM seeks support in Iran visit (AP) PDF Print E-mail
AP - Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri expressed concerns for stability in the Middle East as he began a visit to Tehran Saturday to rally Iran's support for his efforts to keep Lebanon stable amid tensions over a U.N. probe into the assassination of his father, Rafik Hariri.
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