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  • In 'The New Arabs,' millennials are key to remade Middle East

    In 'The New Arabs,' millennials are key to remade Middle East
    It's winter 2011, and I am living in Istanbul. I wander old streets in Turkey's cultural capital, past thousand-year-old mosques that were once churches, trying to understand the place that has become my home. Streets day and night are thronged by young...
  • Libyan air controllers strike to protest against airport shelling

    TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Air controllers in western Libya have gone on strike to protest the shelling of Tripoli's main airport, halting flights in much of the oil-producing country, a government official said on Thursday. The strike puts pressure on rival...
  • Milicia libia profundizan su control del aeropuerto de Trípoli tras batalla

    TRÍPOLI (Reuters) - Combatientes de una milicia libia con armas anti aéreas y morteros se desplegaban el martes por el aeropuerto de Trípoli, transformado en un campo de batalla durante dos días que ha aislado a la capital de Libia del mundo exterior. El...
  • Confident Assad launches new term in stronger position

    Confident Assad launches new term in stronger position
    DAMASCUS (Reuters) - Bashar al-Assad was sworn in for a new term as Syria's president on Wednesday, after an election which his opponents dismiss as a sham but which he said proved he had achieved victory after a "dirty war" to unseat him. Once written...
  • Milicias bombardean aeropuerto de capital libia, ONU retira su personal

    TRÍPOLI (Reuters) - Una milicia bombardeó el aeropuerto de Trípoli y destruyó el 90 por ciento de los aviones allí estacionados, dijo un portavoz del Gobierno libio, en medio de violentos combates entre grupos armados que provocaron que Naciones Unidas...
  • Manifestantes en Libia cierran puerto petrolero de Brega

    TRÍPOLI (Reuters) - Manifestantes bloquearon el puerto petrolero libio de Brega, en el este del país, dijo el sábado la firma National Oil Corp (NOC), días después de que el Gobierno anunciara la reapertura de importantes terminales marítimos tras casi un...
  • Fuertes enfrentamientos cerca de aeropuerto libio de Trípoli, mueren siete personas

    TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Fuertes combates estallaron el domingo entre milicias rivales que buscan el control del principal aeropuerto de Trípoli, en los que murieron al menos siete personas y que paralizaron todos los vuelos, en los peores enfrentamientos en...
  • Libyan militia tighten control of Tripoli airport

    U.S. embassy evacuated as Tripoli becomes 'war zone'
    Amid enveloping chaos in Libya, the U.S. Embassy in Tripoli has been shut down and its staff taken to safety in neighboring Tunisia, the State Department said Saturday. The embassy is near the area where some of the heaviest fighting has occurred, and...
  • Obama Doctrine on the line in Iraq

    WASHINGTON The conflict in Iraq presents the sharpest test yet of the foreign policy doctrine of President Barack Obama. That philosophy, most recently outlined at a May speech at the U.S. Military Academy, resists pressures to intervene militarily at...
  • France's Sarkozy: 'There is a wish to humiliate me that is not normal'

    France's Sarkozy: 'There is a wish to humiliate me that is not normal'
    PARIS — Former President Nicolas Sarkozy lashed out at French magistrates Wednesday for pursuing “grotesque” corruption charges against him, accusing the officials who put him under investigation of being politically biased and seeking...
  • Ex-French President Sarkozy held for questioning in corruption probe

    Ex-French President Sarkozy held for questioning in corruption probe
    Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy was being held for questioning Tuesday in connection with allegations that he had a network of informers feeding him information about police investigations into the funding of his 2007 election campaign. It is...
  • U.S. intervention in Libya now seen as cautionary tale

    U.S. intervention in Libya now seen as cautionary tale
    A group of U.S. diplomats arrived in Libya three years ago to a memorable reception: a throng of cheering men and women who pressed in on the startled group "just to touch us and thank us," recalled Susan Rice, President Obama's national security advisor....