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  • Video shows US journalist held in Syria Tuesday, 2 Oct 2012 | 10:11 AM ET

    BEIRUT-- An American freelance journalist who has been missing in Syria since mid-August has been shown in a video clip posted online, blindfolded and saying "Oh, Jesus" in a frightened voice in the custody of armed men. Tice, a 31- year-old former Marine, had been reporting on Syria's civil war for The Washington Post, McClatchy Newspapers and others.

  • STOCKHOLM, Oct 2- Syria's civil war has made Friday afternoons a busy time at Bambuser, a tiny Swedish IT startup in an old bicycle factory which streams live video from the latest uprisings.

  • PRESS DIGEST - Bulgaria - Oct 2 Tuesday, 2 Oct 2012 | 1:42 AM ET

    -Bulgaria will not hold talks with U.S.-registered Global Power Consortium for the possible sale of its abandoned Belene nuclear project until a referendum on the fate of the plant is carried out, Prime Minister Boiko Borisov said.

  • *He mentions Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, US, France, Libya.

  • *He mentions Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, US, France, Libya.

  • UPDATE 3-Oil slips on weak global economies Monday, 1 Oct 2012 | 6:45 AM ET

    LONDON, Oct 1- Brent crude fell below $112 per barrel on Monday, reflecting investor concerns that a shaky global economy may hurt oil demand following fresh signs of weakness in China and Japan and evidence of a new recession in the debt-saddled euro zone.

  • UNITED NATIONS, Oct 1- Syria accused the United States, France, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Turkey on Monday of hijacking the country's 18- month conflict between government forces and pro-democracy rebel groups by supporting "terrorism" with arms, money and foreign fighters.

  • Has Libya Been Doomed From Day One? Monday, 17 Sep 2012 | 1:43 PM ET
    A vehicle sits smoldering in flames after being set on fire inside the US consulate compound in Benghazi late on September 11, 2012

    Oil production is merely a mirage, as is security in Libya, which was doomed from the day one PG (post-Gaddafi) because of the way it was “liberated."

  • Arab Uprisings Threaten Peace     Thursday, 13 Sep 2012 | 6:19 AM ET

    Discussing growing tensions in the Middle East, and the political and economic implications of the recent uprisings, with Karim Sadjadpour, Carnegie Endowment Iran analyst.

  • Iran 'Cleaning Up' or Hiding Evidence?     Wednesday, 22 Aug 2012 | 1:13 PM ET

    The International Atomic Energy Agency says Iran is "cleaning up" a site the group wants to inspect, and some suspect the country is hiding evidence of whatever it's working on. NBC News' Richard Engel reports on Iran's influence in the region and explains what's behind recent developments in Syria.

  • Air France passengers were asked how much cash they had when their flight made an emergency landing in Syria and the government refused a credit card payment to refuel.

  • UN Peacekeeping Mission to Leave Syria     Friday, 17 Aug 2012 | 11:35 AM ET

    Nader Mousavizadeh, CEO of Oxford Analytica, told CNBC, that Syria will now see an intensification of the conflict on the ground with the west pulling out and away and leave the conflict to its own devices.

  • Probe Points to Former HSBC Syria Link Thursday, 16 Aug 2012 | 5:03 AM ET
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    HSBC opted to continue with a business relationship with one of the key financiers to the regime of Syrian president Bashar al-Assad even after its own compliance officials raised concerns about a trust linked to him, according to an investigative report into money-laundering by the U.S. Senate. The Financial Times reports.

  • Syrian Energy Sanctions Hammer on Assad Regime Wednesday, 15 Aug 2012 | 5:14 PM ET

    The International Monetary Fund said Syria was one of the few countries in the Middle East whose economy is expected to contract in 2012. The IMF expected the regional economy to grow by more than 5 percent in 2012, an increase from last year. Economic problems for Damascus were compounded last week when the U.S. government extended sanctions on Iran to include the Syrian energy sector. Washington said the government in Damascus was generating millions in revenue through gasoline sales to Iran. With few political or military options available, economic warfare may be the best option for an international community frustrated with the bloodshed.

  • Which Tweets to Trust?     Friday, 10 Aug 2012 | 1:41 PM ET

    Earlier this week, crude oil bounced up $1 after a false Twitter rumor that Syria's president had been killed. Joe Weisenthal, Business Insider; Catherine Rampell, The New York Times; and CNBC's John Carney, discuss the Tweets you should trust.

  • Congressman Pushes Back Against UK Over Iran Wednesday, 8 Aug 2012 | 7:37 PM ET

    The Congressman responsible for writing many of the U.S. sanctions against Iran lashed out about London-based Standard Chartered’s business with the Islamic Republic and the negative reaction from Britain to the impact of U.S. sanctions on British banks.

  • "Rebel forces in Syria are a lot stronger than they used to be they are a critical threat to the regime for the first time I would say in the whole conflict, but Assad is still not gone yet and his forces still have strength in Damascus, Aleppo and the North, this isn't the end of the story but the regimes pillars are fracturing," Ayham Kamel, Middle East analyst at Eurasia Group, told CNBC.

  • Days are Numbered for Syrian Regime: Expert     Friday, 20 Jul 2012 | 1:30 AM ET

    "The idea that there can be some political or diplomatic solution to this crisis is a fantasy. Two days ago we saw the Syrian rebels wage one of the most sophisticated attacks against the regime designed to show the regime that its days are numbered," Michael Weiss, director of research at the Henry Jackson Society told CNBC.

  • Syria Spinning Out of Control?     Thursday, 19 Jul 2012 | 7:48 PM ET

    Senator John McCain is speaking out in defense of Syria. Is there any hope to calming the storm? Helima Croft, Barclays Capital analyst, and John Batchelor, The John Batchelor Show host, weigh in.

  • If Syria Falls, What Will Iran Do?     Thursday, 19 Jul 2012 | 1:00 PM ET

    CNBC's Sue Herera and Sharon Epperson report on how the rebellion in Syria is impacting Iran and its oil supply. Alireza Nader, The Rand Corporation, offers insight. "There is a possibility, if Iran becomes more nervous and insecure, they will be less likely to compromise on the nuclear program," says Nader.

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