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22 Jan

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Israel: The ugly truth

Mya Guarnieri 22 Jan 2011 12:16 GMT

As it slides further into open and violent racism, Israel offers the Western world a reflection of itself.

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Police join protests in Tunisia

PM’s pledge to quit politics after elections fails to pacify Tunisians demanding dissolution of interim government.

Last Modified: 22 Jan 2011 15:24 GMT

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Suicides spread to Saudi Arabia

Tunisia mourns unrest victims

Sidi Bouzid’s belated recognition

What’s next for Tunisia?

Timeline: Tunisia’s civil unrest

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 Afghan parliament standoff persists

Newly elected representatives holding talks with President Karzai over his decision to delay the opening session.
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Obama urged to condemn settlements

US academics and ex-government officials ask US president to support UN resolution against illegal Israeli settlements.

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Blackwater employee on patrol in Baghdad

‘Prince of Mercenaries’ turns up in Somalia

Guy Adams: Blackwater founder sets up new force to tackle piracy.

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Meanwhile, in Iraq, it’s bloody business as usual

After a brief respite, Iraq was plunged back into violence this week with a series of bombings that highlighted the weakness of government forces to protect Iraq as US prepares to pack up and take its troops out of the country. 

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Blair’s promise to Bush: count on us

Tony Blair

Ex-PM feared damaging relations with US and looked beyond warnings against Iraq invasion, Chilcot inquiry is told
 

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