a palestinian worker is seen from a shack as he inspects piles of coal at one of the few local charcoal manufacturing shops, east of gaza city, march 2, 2013. the charcoal production first
new challenges for syria. as well as with leaders in egypt, jordan and saudi arabia. the explosion at watson grinding and manufacturing was felt across the city around 4:30 a.m .
egypt's unfinished revolution: what's next? but the political process in egypt does not trust this timetable. industrial sectors ranging from the manufacturing of tanks for
guests included sen. marco rubio, rep. adam schiff, sen. john thune, amb. robert lighthizer, charlie d'agata, imf managing director christine lagarde and elizabeth palmer
the most polluted cities in the world, ranked. this city is a manufacturing hub. cigarettes and electronics are all produced here. the city is most famous for its massive
palestinian workers carry hay to cover a fire in a pile of wood in the process of turning wood into coal at one of the few local charcoal manufacturing that exist in gaza city, feb .
palestinian workers remove coal from a pile at one of the few local charcoal manufacturing shops east of gaza city, march. 24, 2013. when israel and egypt imposed a tight closure on the
egypt vp blames foreigners for stoking clashes. construction and weapons manufacturing, it's estimated to control at least a third of egypt's economy, palmer reported. the
egypt strikes spread amid new crackdown warnings. foreign minister ahmed aboul gheit said that if 'adventurers' take over the process of reform the military 'will be
the women abducted for several hours friday by armed bedouin tribesmen in egypt's sinai peninsula hesitated to call the men 'captors,' saying that the kidnappers were kind,
it will be in a position to weigh in heavily as egypt's factions negotiate over reforming the constitution to bring greater democracy. food processing and manufacturing. that
egypt's mubarak refuses to step down but hands powers to vice president, angering protesters egypt's mubarak refuses to quit, hands vp powers mubarak insisted on the
egypt's president, court face off over parliament. the generals also took control over the process of drafting a new constitution and the national budget. trump's tariffs
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a palestinian worker covers the holes of smoke coming from a pile of smoldering wood during the process of turning wood into coal at one of the few local charcoal manufacturing shops, east
a palestinian worker places embers on wood to be burned and turned into coal at one of the few local charcoal manufacturing shops east of gaza city, feb. 25, 2013. wood sticks are sorted,
palestinian workers collect wood to be burned and turned into coal at one of the few local charcoal manufacturing shops, east of gaza city, feb. 25, 2013. egypt imposed a tight closure
egypt pm: 'god willing,' mubarak won't be ousted. cairo egypt's prime minister said today that stability is returning after 12 days of anti government protests,
the ouster of egyptian president hosni mubarak is one of those events that could have significant implications for businesses around the world.
hungary: toxic red sludge reaches danube. red sludge is a byproduct of the refining of bauxite into alumina, the basic material for manufacturing aluminum. treated sludge is often