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Israel convicts seven Arab citizens in Jewish gunman's killing

HAIFA, Israel (Reuters) - An Israeli court convicted seven Arab citizens on Monday in connection with the mob killing in 2005 of a Jewish gunman after he went on a lethal shooting rampage on a bus in their town. Full story

Arabs ready anti-Israeli resolution over nukes

After a two-year hiatus, Arab nations are relaunching efforts to single out Israel for criticism at a major international conference this fall by preparing a resolution suggesting that the Jewish state is threatening Middle East peace by its refusal to acknowledge that it has nuclear arms and put th Full story

New Egypt minister says no need for IMF aid now

CAIRO (Reuters) - Aid from Arab states will carry Egypt through its transition period, and it does not need to restart negotiations with the IMF now, the man named planning minister in the interim government said on Monday. Full story

Israel warns Arabs against 'bashing' it at U.N. nuclear meeting

VIENNA (Reuters) - Arab diplomats signaled on Tuesday they would seek to step up pressure on Israel over its assumed nuclear arsenal but the Jewish state said any attempt to "bash" it would be counterproductive. Full story

Corruption worsened in Arab countries since uprisings: poll

DUBAI (Reuters) - Corruption has worsened in most Arab countries since their 2011 revolutions, even though anger with corrupt officials was a major reason for the uprisings, according to a public opinion poll released on Tuesday. Full story

Erdogan: from 'rock star' to mixed reviews from Arabs

* Turkish prime minister was feted during the Arab Spring Full story

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  What’s next in Syria?

Former special envoy for Mideast peace George Mitchell joins Chuck Todd to talk about politics in Syria and here at home, and what actions should be taken in light of reports that Syria is using chemical weapons against its people.

  The Arab revolution happening in the bedroom

Marriage is the focal point of the Arab world’s universe, according to author and journalist Shereen El Feki. But there are some revolutionary changes happening – especially behind the scenes. She takes The Cycle hosts inside her research on changes in bedrooms across the Middle East and her new boo

  Ramifications of the Israel, Hamas cease-fire

Amb. Martin Indyk and James Zogby of the Arab American Institute discuss the impact of the cease-fire as they wait for Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu’s remarks.

  With 30 nationalities, not your typical Middle Eastern school

In a region steeped with conservative traditions, one school in Jordan is making it it’s mission to encourage equality and camaraderie among its 400 students, who represent 30 countries. NBC’s Ayman Mohyeldin reports.

  Is Libya the main focus of Monday’s debate?

According to Bob Schieffer, the moderator of Monday’s debate, a lot of time will be spent on the Arab uprisings and their aftermath, particularly the deadly attack on the U.S. Consulate in Libya. Former State Department official Joel Rubin and Newsweek’s Zachary Karabell discuss.

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