Middle East: December 2010 Archives
Wednesday December 1, 2010
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Israeli M.K. Danny Danon favours more laws to compel non Jews to swear loyalty to the Jewish State.
Is it racism or real politik? Why Israel's loyalty oath upsets Jews and Arabs alike.
As China goes, so goes the world: The author of a new book warns Chinese consumers are transforming everything.
Kidnap radio: So many are held hostage in Colombia their families have their own radio program. Our correspondent's father was one of them.
One-legged bandits? Afghanistan's war-wounded set up a roadside pension plan, though some might call it extortion.
Rikileaks: Rick dishes some diplomatic indiscretions you won't find in Wikileaks.
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- Tue., 22 – The screwy Saudi security syndrome
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- New AirAsia Flight 8501: Rescuers fail again to lift fuselage of AirAsia jet
- The second attempt to lift the fuselage of the crashed AirAsia jetliner failed Sunday as the wreckage sank back to the ocean floor when a rope linking the lifting balloons broke.
- Analysis Alexis Tsipras's win in Greece a major test for eurozone: Don Murray video
- With anti-austerity leftists having won the election in Greece, the embattled little country in Europe may be hoping to play off the different countries of the eurozone to shrug off its enormous debt load and stumble back to prosperity, writes Don Murray.
- Live Winter weather: Nor'easter bears down on U.S. Northeast video
- Cities across the U.S. Northeast mobilized snowplows and airlines cancelled thousands of flights Monday as a 'crippling and potentially historic"' blizzard pushed its up the Philadelphia-to-Boston corridor, predicted to drop up to 90 centimetres of snow from northern New Jersey to southern Maine.
- IBM plans massive layoffs of up to 110,000 workers: report
- IBM is planning a massive reorganization that could see layoffs of as many as 110,000 workers beginning next week, according to a report in Forbes.
- Mattel removes CEO Bryan Stockton as Barbie sales plunge
- Mattel Inc, the maker of Barbie dolls and Fisher-Price preschool toys, removed chairman and chief executive Bryan Stockton and warned of a fifth straight fall in quarterly sales.