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Our on going coverages of the Middle East

Our on going coverages of the Middle East

(from the New York Times)

It's surreal how time passes. Just last Monday, we were celebrating the end the of the World Cup as Italy won the championship and all kinds of headlines that came up regarding Zidane's headbutt. This Monday, we come back to work and can't read up on the Lebanon/Israel/Hezbollah all out war quick enough.

- New York Times report on the Middle East

- The BBC coverage

- Open thread on Agonist.org, updating on the crisis

- The Huffington Post has ongoing coverage of news constantly posted on its homepage.

Also interesting, the BBC reports on how other nations are preparing evacuation for their citizens from Lebanon. So.. hmm, are there no East Asians in Lebanon? The list of the nations covered there is definitely lacking on Japan, China, and others.

This post will be updated throughout the day.


- From Toronto Star: Syria poised to strike back

DAMASCUS—The Syrian government has vowed to strike back if Israel expands the war with Hezbollah by hitting targets in Syria.

Syria's information minister, Mohsen Bilal, issued the warning yesterday, as U.S. and Israeli officials stepped up condemnations of Syria as Hezbollah's patron. "Any aggression against Syria will be met with a firm and direct response whose timing and methods are unlimited," Bilal was quoted as saying by Syria's official news agency, SANA.


Just in: Mic picks up Bush: 'get Hezbollah to stop this s***'

Unaware that a microphone at the summit was switched on, Mr Bush, chomping a piece of bread, used the opportunity to suggest a way out of the latest criss in the Middle East.

"See, the irony is what they really need to do is to get Syria to get Hezbollah to stop doing this s***," he said.

Mr Bush also hinted that Condoleezza Rice, the US Secretary of State, would take a bigger role, and appeared to express frustration about UN Secretary General Kofi Annan.

"I think Condi’s going to go pretty soon," Mr Bush said. Ms Rice is widely expected to travel to the region after a UN fact-finding team returns.

Mr Blair, whose remarks were not as clearly heard, appeared to be pressing Mr Bush about the importance of getting international peacekeepers into the region.


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