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By Christopher Booker
Egypt's Morsi Hoped Violence Would Burn Out, Instead Spreads to More Cities…
As Kofi Annan's peace plan for Syria falls apart, the Syrian army fired into a Turkish refugee camp Monday, escalating conflict and wounding at least five people. Also, in Lebanon, a cameraman was reportedly shot and killed by Syrian soldiers.
On Sunday, President Obama said he was appalled by the Assad regime's use of violence and brutality against opposition demonstrators in Syria. Margaret Warner discusses what's next for the uprising in Syria with the Financial Times' Abigail Fielding-Smith, reporting form…
What does the dissent within the ranks of the oil-producing nations in OPEC mean for oil prices in the U.S.? Margaret Warner discusses the turmoil at OPEC summit this week with Ed Crooks of The Financial Times.
Europe's Economic Troubles: How Far-Reaching Is the Crisis?…
As News Corp.'s Rupert Murdoch finalizes a deal to buy Dow Jones & Co., the publisher of the Wall Street Journal, a journalism professor and a Wall Street Journal veteran assess what the move may mean for American journalism.
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