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Published on May 14, 2012
Jordanian demonstrators demand resignation of the government, Algerian elections maintain status quo as Green Alliance claims widespread fraud, Egypt holds its first ever televised presidential debate, and more.
Today's headlines in full:
Jordanian demonstrators demand resignation of the government New TV, Lebanon
Algerian elections maintain status quo as Green Alliance claims widespread fraud Al Jazeera, Qatar
US-led foreign soldiers killed in attacks on eastern and southern Afghanistan Press TV, Iran
Egypt holds its first ever televised presidential debate Press TV, Iran
Haniyeh: Iran doesn't need Hamas help to confront Israel Press TV, Iran
Mass protests break out in Syria after bombings BBC Arabic, UK
Bashir threatens to spurn UNSC resolution against Sudan, continue fighting against South Dubai TV, UAE
Fallout from Netanyahu-Mofaz deal continues in Israel's Knesset IBA, Israel
US legislators approve heavy spending for Israeli defense IBA, Israel
Bahraini demonstrators renew demand for release of activist Nabeel Rajab Al-Alam, Iran
Image: A demonstrator forms victory signs with her fingers as she joins protesters from the Islamic Action Front and other opposition parties during a rally to demand for political reform and show solidarity with Jordanian and Palestinian prisoners on a hunger strike in Israeli jails, after Friday prayers in Amman May 11, 2012: REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
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