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    1. Riots in Lebanese Roumieh prison over living conditions

      Al Jazeera via Yahoo Maktoob NewsJun 23 09:53 AM

      Unrest comes after leaked videos showed prisoners being beaten by guards, but connection is not confirmed.

    2. Lebanese police seen beating prisoners in leaked videos

      Al Jazeera via Yahoo UK & Ireland NewsJun 21 08:50 AM

      Calling apparent abuse in Roumieh jail "brutal and barbaric", justice minister announces arrest of two officers.

    3. U.S. conducts 'counterterrorism strike' against Al-Qaida-linked target in Libya; Bahrain says it seized explosives intended for use in Saudi Arabia; Marine found guilty of murder in retrial for 2006 civilian killing; UN Security Council urges rival Libyan parties to accept power-sharing peace deal.

    4. Public opinion alone does not dictate foreign policy.

    5. An Egyptian court upheld the death sentence of former President Mohamed Morsi that stems from a deadly 2011 mass prison break in which 20,000 inmates were set free.

    6. Israel: Arabs Abandon Palestinians

      Strategy PageJun 16 03:03 AM

      June 16, 2015: The Palestinians feel betrayed by Saudi Arabia for recently going public about the long-term, but secret (or at least not admitted) Saudi security relationship with Israel. Now the Saudis and Qatar are openly working on more cooperation deals that will not be secret.

    7. Morsi death sentence upheld

      BlacknetJun 19 01:12 AM

      By Alan Oakley – Fri Jun 19, 8:59 am 0 views Tweet Edited byAlan Oakley An Egyptian court has upheld the death sentence handed to former Islamist president, Mohamed Morsi, on charges of killing and kidnapping police officers in a 2011 mass jailbreak. Mohamed Morsi is already serving 20 years… The post Morsi death sentence upheld appeared first on Blacknet UK .

    8. AFPTV Advisory 0300 GMT

      AFP via Yahoo! India NewsJun 08 08:12 PM

      We will file the following videos:

    9. The Myth of a Borderless Internet

      The AtlanticJun 10 02:23 PM

      Where you are changes what you can see online: Americans can see tweets that Pakistanis can’t.

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