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  • Carson after tour: Syrian refugees don't want to come to US
    AZRAQ REFUGEE CAMP, Jordan (AP) — After touring Syrian refugee camps in Jordan, Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson on Saturday suggested that camps should serve as a long-term solution for millions, while other refugees could be absorbed by Middle Eastern countries.
  • Spanish police arrest 3 for links to Islamic militants
    MADRID (AP) — Spanish police say they have arrested two men and a woman in northeastern Catalonia on suspicion of being involved in a network that recruited militants for the Islamic State group.
  • Iran seeks $25 bn as new oil contract offer unveiled

    Former Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (centre) tours the Abadan oil refinery on May 24, 2011Iran is seeking $25 billion in investments from 50 deals involving international oil and gas companies, foreign executives were told Saturday in Tehran as the government outlined new contractual terms. Oil Minister Bijan Zanganeh opened a two-day conference in the capital attended by BP, Shell, Total of France, ENI of Italy, Repsol of Spain, OMV from Austria and other majors. All are weighing a return if, as expected, sanctions related to Iran's nuclear programme are lifted in early 2016 in line with a July 14 deal between Tehran and six world powers led by the United States.

  • Clashes at Greece border as Macedonia builds fence to stem migrant flow

    Protests by migrants on the Greece-Macedonia border, where a fence is being built, left several officers injured, vehicles damagedA group of migrants trying to enter Macedonia pelted the police with stones on Saturday, injuring several officers as the small Balkan country became the latest to build a border fence aimed at checking the flow of newcomers. The interior ministry said 18 police were injured, two of whom were hospitalised, in the protests at the Gevgelija crossing point between Greece and non-EU member Macedonia which came as Macedonian troops began to seal up parts of the border with a 2.5-metre-high (8-foot) fence. Government spokesman Aleksandar Gjorgjev described the situation by mid-afternoon as "calm and stable".

Israel News

  • 'Muslims need to decide where they stand'
    : AP
    Waleed al-Husseini sat in Palestinian jail after daring to criticize radicals but he says he is also under fire in France for his 'insensitive' ideas about Islam; Hamed Abdel-Samad is seen as radical because of his books; but both are unafraid of criticizing the religion in which they grew up, and they're not the only ones.
  • PHOTOS: The Middle East this week
    This week, Egyptians went to the polls, Palstinians clashed with Israeli troops, and US Secretary of State John Kerry visited the region.
  • MK Elharar: Someone like Oren Hazan cannot be an MK
    Karin Elharar doesnt forgive Oren Hazan, and doesnt plan on speaking to him again. In the first interview given since he mocked her for her disability, the MK tells us what Hazan said to her, calls for her fellow Knesset members to shun him, and explains that this insult is more than just personal.
  • Thousands protest in solidarity with northern branch of Islamic Movement
    Protesters in Umm al-Fahm declare 'We will not shut up. We're all with the Islamic Movement,' demanding the Israeli gov't to backtrack on decision to outlaw group.
  • Police seek answers in stabbing of Border Policeman
    A new video casts doubt on the suspect's claim that the attack was caused by an argument, not terrorism.

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