Putin heads to Middle East amid carnage in Syria
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Putin heads to Middle East amid carnage in Syria

Aleppo : Syria | Jun 21, 2012 at 10:18 PM PDT
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Russian President Vladimir Putin will travel next week to Israel and Jordan for talks set to be framed by the worsening crisis in Syria that risks sending shockwaves across the entire Middle East. The centerpieces of the trip are a visit to the Israeli city of Netanya where Putin will Monday unveil a World... FULL ARTICLE AT NOW Lebanon
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