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Huckabee piles on Thomas, even after demanding Palestinians leave

There’s a saying about how people who live in glass houses should take care to avoid throwing stones. Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee appears to be ignoring that age-old advice, taking several moments during a recent Fox News broadcast to attack veteran White House reporter Helen Thomas over her opinion…

Palestinians clash with right-wing Israelis in East Jerusalem

JERUSALEM (AFP) – Rock-throwing Palestinians clashed with Israeli police on Sunday near a march being held by Israeli right-wingers through a tense neighborhood of annexed Arab east Jerusalem. The fighting took place several hundred yards away from where the flag-waving marchers made a statement “affirming Jewish sovereignty over the whole…

Analysts: US may be seeking Israel ‘regime change’

The Obama administration’s row with Israel over settlements has prompted some analysts to wonder whether it seeks “regime change,” a new government that can make peace with the Palestinians. However, the analysts doubt that President Barack Obama’s administration, which has made Arab-Israeli peace a national security priority, will achieve anything…

Darfur rebels report air, artillery attacks by Sudan forces

KHARTOUM (AFP) - – Sudanese warplanes and artillery pounded insurgents in the troubled western region of Darfur on Saturday, said a rebel spokesman whose group has refused to attend upcoming peace talks in Qatar.…

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