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RPT-INSIGHT-Saudi Arabia fears Yemeni tumult may boost its main foe Iran 
Reuters Africa - 6 Hours ago
(Repeats Wednesday item) * Riyadh lacks contacts, allies to influence events * Saudi Arabia seeks to check Tehran's sway in Sanaa * Houthi grievances include Salafi strain of Islam     Add Comment

UPDATE 1-Gulf Arabs demand return of state authority in Yemen 
Reuters UK - 7 Hours ago
(Adds al Qaeda statement calling for attacks on Houthis) DUBAI Oct 2 (Reuters) - Gulf Arab states have demanded the restoration of government authority in Yemen, issuing a thinly veiled criticism of     Add Comment

Obama meeting with Israel premier points up disagreements 
Los Angeles Times - 9 Hours ago
After a summer of tension over the war in the Gaza Strip, President Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu entered a new season of troubles in their often-fraught relationship with a meeting     Add Comment

Obama meets Netanyahu over peace, Iran, extremists 
Xinhua News Agency - 9 Hours ago
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MIDEAST STOCKS - Factors to watch - October 2 
Reuters UK - 9 Hours ago
DUBAI Oct 2 (Reuters) - Here are some factors that may affect Middle East stock markets on Thursday. Reuters has not verified the press reports and does not vouch of their accuracy. INTERNATIONAL/REGIONAL     Add Comment

Saudi cuts official crude oil prices in battle for market share 
Reuters - 10 Hours ago
Shaybah oilfield complex is seen at night in the Rub' al-Khali desert, Saudi Arabia, November 14, 2007. Credit: Reuters/ Ali Jarekji (Reuters) - Saudi Aramco sharply cut official oil prices     Add Comment

Jimmy Carter: I'd Have Beaten Reagan If I'd Been More 'Manly' 
NewsMax.com - 11 Hours ago
Former President Jimmy Carter, who turned 90 on Wednesday, says he would have beaten Ronald Reagan and been re-elected had he been be more "manly" in his dealings with Iran. In an interview with "CNBC
Ex-president Carter says he would've beaten Reagan if he was 'more manly' against  Jerusalem Post
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Iran to partake in Frankfurt Book Fair 
Press TV - 5 Hours ago
The Islamic Republic of Iran is to put 1,297 titles from 282 publishers on display at the Frankfurt Book Fair. The 2014 edition of the event, slated for October 8-12, is to see Iran fielding 250 books     Add Comment

A coherent strategy for the Middle East 
Accuracy in Media - 5 Hours ago
The latest strategy put forth by the Obama administration to combat the Islamic State jihadists not only changes weekly, but fails to address U.S. strategic core objectives in the Middle East. Most dubious     Add Comment

Sit Down and Shut Up, Mr. Failed Former President(s) 
PAJAMAS MEDIA - 6 Hours ago
by Stephen Green Page 1 of 2   Next ->   October 1st, 2014 - 10:26 am So this is the thing Jimmy Carter said most recently: Former President Jimmy Carter claimed Wednesday that he would     Add Comment

Allen admits to Iran role against ISIL 
Press TV - 6 Hours ago
US President Barack Obama’s handpicked envoy to coordinate the US-led coalition against ISIL Takfiri militants in Iraq and Syria acknowledges Iran’s role in the fight against the terrorist group. “Well     Add Comment

Iraqi President Extremists Have United Iraqi Factions 
Argentina Star - 6 Hours ago
VoA - News Thursday 2nd October, 2014 WASHINGTON- Iraqi President Fouad Maasum said the barbarity of the militants who have taken control of one-third of Iraq and a part of Syria has served to unite     Add Comment

WIPO: Failure to reach consensus, "no decision" adopted on four issues 
Third World Network - 6 Hours ago
gave the mandate to the IGC to start negotiations for an international legal instrument. The IGC has been negotiating three international legal instruments that seek to ensure the legal protection of     Add Comment

News Analysis: U.S.-Israel tensions likely to continue amid growing Mideast terror  
Xinhua News Agency - 6 Hours ago
By Matthew Rusling WASHINGTON, Oct. 1 (Xinhua) -- Tensions between the United States and its top Middle Eastern ally Israel are likely to continue amid the growing global terror threat, experts said.
XINHUA - News Analysis: U.S.-Israel tensions likely to continue amid growing Mideast  Namibia Press Agency
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‘Iran should be part of anti-terror bid’ 
Press TV - 11 Hours ago
All Middle East countries, including Iran, should be involved in the collective fight against terrorism, says . "It is necessary to fight terrorism. We are open for this (to fight). The governments of     Add Comment

US-Israel Tensions Likely To Continue Amid Growing Terror Threat 
Bernama - 6 Hours ago
WASHINGTON, Oct 2 (Bernama) -- Tensions between the United States and its top Middle Eastern ally Israel are likely to continue amid rising global terror threats, Xinhua news agency reports experts as     Add Comment

Nauru mental health worker condemns Australia over treatment of asylum seekers 
UCAN India - 6 Hours ago
Refugees hold signs during a protest against indefinite detention on Monday in front of the Australian High Commission on Nauru. A former mental health worker at Australia’s detention centre on the     Add Comment

US slams Israeli settlement plan after Barack Obama meets Benjamin Netanyahu 
Sydney Morning Herald - 6 Hours ago
Washington: President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met for talks overshadowed by unusually blunt United States criticism of the Jewish state's latest settlement plans. While
Tension as US slams Israeli settlement plan after Barack Obama meets Benjamin Netanyahu Melbourne Age
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US sharply criticises Israeli settlement plan 
Yahoo! News UK and Ireland - 6 Hours ago
White House spokesman says Washington is "deeply concerned" about construction of 2,600 settler homes in East Jerusalem.    Add Comment

Multiple market risks lurk around corner 
Australian Financial Review - 7 Hours ago
The Standard & Poor’s 500 finally broke above 2000, but has now fallen – hopefully temporarily – somewhat below that level. Alibaba has had a successful initial public offering, with the stock closing     Add Comment

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