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Middle East

Iran nuclear fuel move may ease war fears - for now

altA slowdown in Iran's accumulation of its most sensitive nuclear material may have helped put off the threat of a new Middle East war for now, but Tehran's expanding uranium-enrichment capacity suggests any relief could be short-lived.

Cameron seeks arms deals, says supports Arab Spring

altBritish Prime Minister David Cameron sought to balance concern over human rights in Gulf Arab states with winning lucrative arms deals for Britain as he started a tour of the region.

Islamist militants kill two Saudi border guards

altAl Qaeda-associated militants who had been released from Saudi prisons killed two Saudi border guards while trying to cross into Yemen early before being captured, the kingdom's interior ministry said.

Netanyahu, Barak clashed with army over Iran attack: report

altPrime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defence Minister Ehud Barak ordered Israeli defence chiefs in 2010 to prepare for an attack on Iran's nuclear facilities but were rebuffed, a television report said.

Israel kills Palestinian man near Gaza border -medics

altIsraeli soldiers have shot and killed a Palestinian man who approached a fence near the border with Israel, medics said.

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