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Lebanese Report: Clinton, Petraeus Victims of US Failure in Syria
TEHRAN (FNA)- A Lebanese report described US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and former CIA Director David Petraeus, who both resigned their post on the eve of President Obama's victory in the presidential elections this week, as victims of the US failure in Syria as Washington is struggling to get rid of the quagmire in Syria. ( 18:46:49 - 2012/11/10)

Report Unveils US Close Collaboration with Libyan Dictator
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Human Rights Watch disclosed in a recent report that the US during the Bush administration era tortured opponents of former Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi and then transferred them to mistreatment in Libya. ( 18:27:58 - 2012/11/10)

Syrian Army Kills 42 Terrorists, Rescues 20 Hostages
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Syrian army killed more than 42 armed rebels and terrorists in countrywide operations and rescued 20 hostages on Saturday. ( 17:53:55 - 2012/11/10)

Tunisians Rally for Materialization of Revolution Goals
TEHRAN (FNA)- Large numbers of political activists and people took to the streets in Tunisia on Saturday to demand the government to set political prisoners free and materialize the goals of their revolution which started domino uprisings in a string of Arab countries in the region. ( 17:52:55 - 2012/11/10)

Report: US Deploys Large Number of Troops in Yemen
TEHRAN (FNA)- The US has deployed a large number of troops in Al-Anad air base in Yemen's Southern province of Lahj, local media reports revealed on Saturday. ( 17:51:51 - 2012/11/10)

Human Rights Watch Urges Kuwait to Respect People's Rights
TEHRAN (FNA)- Human Rights Watch on Saturday called on Kuwait to revoke a ban on demonstrations and respect the people's right to peaceful assembly. ( 17:50:15 - 2012/11/10)

Mexican Police Charged over 'Attack on CIA'
TEHRAN (FNA)- Fourteen Mexican federal police officers were charged with attempted murder over a shooting in August that wounded two US government employees, reportedly CIA agents. ( 17:48:38 - 2012/11/10)

Lebanese Ulema: Assad Will Defeat Turkey, Persian Gulf Puppet Regimes
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Lebanese Ulema Society in a statement lauded Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad's positions in his recent interview with Russia Today, and said that he will definitely gain victory over the puppet regimes of Turkey and Arab Persian Gulf littoral states. ( 17:17:59 - 2012/11/10)

Foreign Policy Specialists Name John Kerry as Next US Secretary of State
TEHRAN (FNA)- Thomas Wright, a foreign policy specialist at the Brookings Institution, posted on his Twitter account that the election "is very good news for John Kerry's prospects for secretary of state." ( 17:07:24 - 2012/11/10)

Afghan MP Asks for Annulment of Kabul-Washington Strategic Pact
TEHRAN (FNA)- A senior Afghan legislator lambasted the US for its continued violation of the strategic pact between the two countries, and called for its annulment. ( 16:36:38 - 2012/11/10)

Report: Russia Wants Assad to Remain in Power until Next Presidential Election
TEHRAN (FNA)- Russia has proposed a new plan to resolve the crisis in Syria, based on which President Bashar Al-Assad will remain in power until the next presidential election in 2014, a report by an Egyptian daily said. ( 16:29:56 - 2012/11/10)

Hamas Leader: Egypt Not to Support Gaza Siege Again
TEHRAN (FNA)- Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh said that Egypt will never support the siege of the Gaza Strip again, adding that Egyptian delegations have recently paid several visits to Gaza to exercise President Mohammad Mursi's decree for putting an end to the Israeli blockade of the coastal enclave. ( 16:19:29 - 2012/11/10)

EU 2013 Budget Negotiations Collapse
TEHRAN (FNA)- Negotiations over the European Union's 2013 budget have crumbled as member states and the EU Commission failed to come to any understanding. ( 16:18:14 - 2012/11/10)

Turkish Medical Experts: Ex-President Ozal Killed by Poisoning
TEHRAN (FNA)- Full investigation by four medical teams, reviewing the results of an autopsy on former Turkish President Turgut Ozal who died in 1993, approved that he had been poisoned. ( 15:30:03 - 2012/11/10)

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