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Qatari Diar gets approval for new tourism project in Egypt

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thebig5hub.com - Egypt’s Tourism Development Authority (TDA) has received approval from the country’s Ministry of Defence to allow Qatari Diar (QD) to implement a tourism project in the North and South of Sinai. Th...

No, King Abdullah Was Not a ‘Reformer’

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foreignpolicy.com - On Jan. 23, Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah was buried in an unmarked grave in a public cemetery in Riyadh. If the trappings were designed to show humility, the guest list betrayed his influence: Lead...

UK military targets domestic opinion leaders - WikiLeaks

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wikileaks.org - Exposed: UK military "Media Operations" are designed to manipulate UK population and opinion leaders JULIAN ASSANGE (Investigative Editor) October 10, 2008, updated October 18, 2008. UK military "M...

Pétition: #LetEsraaFly

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jesigne.fr - Soutenez les pétitions en aidant la plate-forme qui les héberge. Aidez Jesigne.fr à rester sans publicité invasive sur ses pages. Selectionnez le don: Bronze - 5 EUR Argent - 10 EUR Or - 20 EUR Pla...

Outspoken Saudi prince to launch pan-Arab news channel

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japantimes.co.jp - RIYADH – An outspoken billionaire Saudi prince on Sunday launched a pan-Arab satellite news channel aimed at challenging established networks in the region. Prince Alwaleed bin Talal is a nephew of...

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Eric Cantor heads to Harvard - Trevor Eischen - POLITICO

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politico.com - The former Republican House majority leader, who was ousted from leadership and his Virginia 7th Congressional District seat last year after losing in the GOP primary to Rep. Dave Brat (R-Va.), wil...

Have a smartphone? This start-up will turn you into a lobbyist. - The Washington Post

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washingtonpost.com - Luke Shaheen (left to right), Jeb Ory, Patrick Stoddart and Ximena Hartsock, all of Phone2Action, work on software code at their Chinatown office in Washington, D.C. (Photo by Andrew Harnik for The...

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