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Israeli medical company sells for record-breaking $$1.6b

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Hamas expresses optimism after ceasefire talks

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Iran blames Gulf rivals for deadly Ahvaz attack

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Likud officials accuse Olmert of advancing PA’s interests

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‘Jerusalem, Israel’ to be written in US passports?

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Egypt’s new leader claims revolution’s mantle

FILE - In this Friday, June 29, 2012 file photo, Egypt's President-elect Mohammed Morsi opens his suit jacket to show his supporters that he is not wearing body armor at Tahrir Square, the focal point of Egyptian uprising, during his speech in Cairo, Egypt. The message is clear: Morsi has nothing to fear because he sees himself as the legitimate representative of Egypt's uprising. His speeches reveal a populist bent, making generous promises that many are skeptical he can keep. And though he began as an awkward and uninspiring speaker, he appears to be striving to reinvent his decidedly uncharismatic public persona. (AP Photo/Amr Nabil, File)Standing before tens of thousands of adoring supporters in Tahrir Square, President Mohammed Morsi opened his jacket in a show of bravado to prove he was not wearing a bullet-proof vest. The message was clear: He has nothing to fear because he sees himself as the legitimate representative of Egypt's uprising.