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Obama's Mideast Gambit: Will Three Months Make Any Difference? (Time.com) PDF Print E-mail
Time.com - An incentive package aims to lure Israelis and Palestinians into 90 days of talks, but if they can't reach agreement in that time, it's the U.S. that will face a moment of truth
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Qaeda-linked group threatens Israelis, in Hebrew (Reuters) PDF Print E-mail
Reuters - An al Qaeda-linked group issued a Hebrew threat on Thursday to avenge Israel's killing of two Gaza militants, in what an expert said was the first use of the language for such propaganda.
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Russia says U.S. offers deal to arms suspect Bout (Reuters) PDF Print E-mail
Reuters - A Russian diplomat said on Thursday that U.S. authorities pressured suspected arms dealer Viktor Bout to admit guilt during his extradition flight to the United States, offering him unspecified benefits in return.
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Powers should stop threatening Iran: Ahmadinejad (Reuters) PDF Print E-mail

EDITORS' NOTE: Reuters and other foreign media are subject to Iranian restrictions on their ability to film or take pictures in Tehran. Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad speaks during the Ninth Asia Cooperation Dialogue in Tehran November 8, 2010. REUTERS/Raheb HomavandiReuters - World powers should stop threatening Iran if they want to achieve results at talks on Tehran's nuclear program, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Thursday.


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Mints can beat drink-drive rap: Aussie ex-politician (AFP) PDF Print E-mail

A former top politician in Australia drew strong criticism on Thursday when he claimed that sucking on mints can help motorists beat a drink-driving charge.(AFP/File/Torsten Blackwood)AFP - A former top politician in Australia drew strong criticism on Thursday when he claimed that sucking on mints can help motorists beat a drink-driving charge.


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An alternative travel guide to Egypt:

The shark attacks in the diving mecca of Sharm el Sheikh certainly didn't help Egypt tourism but there are many other reasons to holidaying in Egypt. From ancient monuments, the world’s l...

Egypt - Land of the Pharaohs:

Egyptian culture balances the traditional with the contemporary. Tourists planning to book <a href="http://www.thomascook.com/destinations/egypt/">holidays to Egypt</a>

Holiday Guide to Egypt:

Egypt lies at the North Eastern tip of Africa, bordering Sudan to the south, Libya to the west and Israel to the east. The northern coast borders the Mediterranean sea and the eastern c...