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Globe Trot: Saudi Arabia mulls paralysis as criminal punishment

By Mindy Belz
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International | April is the Month of Microfinance and today is the day every gift to Five Talents, one of many groups majoring in microfinance…

Droning on

By Mindy Belz
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Middle East | Like other parts of the Middle East, the U.S.-Saudi alliance needs its own democracy movement

Globe Trot: Secret drones, tiny drones, history in Mali, and ‘hell’ in Syria

By Mindy Belz
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International | Today  The Washington Post  admits that it and other news organizations have known for a year that the United States was operating a drone…

Globe Trot 12.03

By Mindy Belz
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International | A Japanese tunnel collapse on Sunday killed nine and trapped many motorists. A Midwest perspective on the Middle East—and other challenges President…

Meanwhile, back in Riyadh

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Terrorism | Hopes that we’d earned a little breathing space after the election were quickly dashed with what might be called, for convenience, the Petraeus Affair. With…

Man pleads guilty in plot to kill Saudi ambassador

By Wire Reports
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Terrorism | NEW YORK (AP)—A Texas man pleaded guilty Wednesday to plotting to assassinate Saudi Arabia's ambassador to the United States, agreeing to hire what he…

Failing the test

Failing the test

By Priya Abraham
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Saudi Arabia | Jihadist textbooks live on in Saudi-supported Islamic schools

Wrist slap

By Priya Abraham
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Saudi Arabia | The Bush administration grants diplomatic waivers to its kingpin Arab ally while evidence of religious oppression grows

Funded by Fahd

By Priya Abraham
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Saudi Arabia | An infamous playboy leaves a legacy of Islamic extremism

Friends like these

By Cal Thomas
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Saudi Arabia | It may be an ally-for now-but a real friend doesn't act this way

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