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 A woman gets in a taxi in Jiddah, Saudi Arabia, Monday, Sept. 17, 2007. For the first time ever, a group of women in the only country that bans female drivers have formed a committee to lobby for the right to get in the driver´s seat. They plan to
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 Deccan Chronicle 
Saudi woman defies driving ban, husband fined: report
Sun 20 Apr 2014
Riyadh: A Saudi woman defied the kingdom's ban on female driving, getting behind the wheel of her husband's car before police detained the couple and fined the man, a newspaper said on Sunday.... (photo: AP Photo )
This image released by Egypt's Interior Ministry shows Mohammed Badie the supreme leader of the Muslim Brotherhood after being detained by Egyptian security in Cairo, Egypt, Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2013.
Muslim Brotherhood   Photos   Saudi Arabia   Terrorism in Egypt   Wikipedia : Muslim Brotherhood   Wikipedia: Terrorism in Egypt
 Swissinfo 
Saudi Arabia designates Muslim Brotherhood terrorist group
Fri 7 Mar 2014
Arab Spring Reuters Image Caption: Supporters of Muslim Brotherhood and ousted Egyptian President Mursi shout slogans against military and interior ministry in front of Al Rayyan mosque after Friday... (photo: AP / Egyptian Interior Ministry)
President Barack Obama talks on a conference call with U.S. negotiators in Geneva, and Deputy National Security Advisors Tony Blinken and Ben Rhodes in the Oval Office, to discuss negotiations with Iran, Saturday, Nov. 23, 2013.  China Daily  Sat 1 Feb 2014
Obama to visit Saudi Arabia amid tensions over Iran, Syria
US President Barack Obama plans to travel to Saudi Arabia in March on a mission to smooth tensions with Washington's main Arab ally over US policy on Iran's nuclear program and the civil war in Syria,... (photo: White House / Pete Souza)
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Lebanese army investigators in white coveralls inspect the scene of an explosion in central Beirut, Lebanon, Friday, Dec. 27, 2013.  Dawn  Sun 29 Dec 2013
Lebanon ‘microcosm of regional conflicts’
BEIRUT: A Beirut car bomb that killed an anti-Syria politician underscores how Lebanon has become a “microcosm of regional conflicts”, with violence escalating as Damascus and its ally Tehran become... (photo: AP / Hussein Malla)
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Altar area of the Holy Cross church in Frankfurt am Main-Bornheim The Daily Telegraph Thu 24 Apr 2014
Archbishop: Britain not a ‘Christian country’ – if judging by numbers in the pews
Related Articles Church and State should be separated, says Clegg 24 Apr 2014 Google+ hangout: Does God have a place in our politics? 23 Apr 2014 Attorney General: Rise... (photo: Creative Commons / Urmelbeauftragter)
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President Barack Obama and Chinese President Hu Jintao reach out to shake hands after a press conference at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China, Nov. 17, 2009. The Daily Telegraph Thu 24 Apr 2014
Obama on collision course with China over support for disputed island
Related Articles North Korea calls Japanese PM 'Asian Hitler' 04 Feb 2014 Obama shares sushi with Japan's PM 23 Apr 2014 North Korea criticises Obama's 'dangerous' Asia... (photo: Public Domain / Pete Souza)
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CIA Is Quietly Ramping Up Aid To Syrian Rebels, Sources Say National Public Radio Wed 23 Apr 2014
CIA Is Quietly Ramping Up Aid To Syrian Rebels, Sources Say
The U.S. is providing more arms and training to the moderate rebels in Syria, under a growing secret program run by the CIA in Jordan. Sources tell NPR that secret... (photo: UN / Violaine martin)
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South Korea ferry disaster: children broke fingers in attempt to escape The Daily Telegraph Wed 23 Apr 2014
South Korea ferry disaster: children broke fingers in attempt to escape
Related Articles South Korea ferry disaster: Royal Navy salvage experts join recovery 23 Apr 2014 South Korea ferry disaster: first distress call came from young boy 22... (photo: Adam D. Wainwright / Public Domain)
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File - A man walks past a burnt out building following an attacked by Boko Haram in Bama, Nigeria, Thursday, Feb, 20. 2013. The latest attack by suspected Islamic extremists in Nigeria's northeast has left 115 people dead. The Guardian Wed 23 Apr 2014
Tony Blair: west must take sides against growing threat of radical Islam
In keynote speech on Middle East, former PM blames Islamic extremism for failures of western intervention in region Tony Blair: 'What is absolutely necessary is that we... (photo: AP / Jossy Ola)
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President Barack Obama,accompanied by former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, right, and Education Secretary Arne Duncan, gestures while speaking at Miami Central Senior High School in Miami, Friday, March, 4, 2011. WorldNetDaily Wed 23 Apr 2014
Obama wants to train Libyan pilots, again
Now, following a 2012 attack by Islamists that killed America’s ambassador and three other Americans in Benghazi, Libya, and the Arab Spring that destabilized other... (photo: AP / Pablo Martinez Monsivais)
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