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  TODAY'S E-NEWSLETTER 16 APRIL 2014  
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Egypt
Politics
"...Iranian diplomats communicating with MBs" (Asharq al-Awsat)

Iran
Politics
"Export of petrochemical products to Western Europe has recently begun..." (Jomhuri-ye Eslami)

Iraq
Politics
“Change Movement to Zaman: Talabani Party delaying gov. formation…” (Az-Zaman)

Lebanon
Politics
“Hezbollah gaining experience in Syria…” (Asharq al-Awsat)
“Lebanon facing the threat of presidential void again…” (Asharq al-Awsat)
“Presidential elections hanging…” (As-Safir)
"Al-Hariri to Al-Watan: The 'Shi'i Allegations' in Syria Collapsed..." (Al-Watan)

Middle East
Opinion
“Israel position closer to Assad regime” (Al-Quds al-Arabi)

Palestine
Politics
“Next week determines Palestinian political map…” (Al-Quds al-Arabi)
“Resistance factions in Gaza: facing the inevitable fate!” (As-Safir)

Saudi Arabia
Opinion
“Saudi MB: Riyadh is not like Cairo” (Al-Watan)

Syria
Politics
“Exposure of true identity of [ISIL] leaders in Raqqa…” (Al-Quds al-Arabi)
“Sara to Watan:Optimistic about “anti-aircraft” [weapons] from Washington…” (Al-Watan)
"Has Hezbollah’s role started to annoy Al-Assad?" (An-Nahar)
”Deir al-Zor: ISIL is nearing the oil fields” (As-Safir)

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