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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Ministry Of Petroleum And Mineral Resources
Syria's state news agency said a "terrorist group" blew up a natural gas pipeline in the country's oil-rich east on Monday.
With its economy in free fall, Iran is turning to its porous borders with Iraq and other countries to skirt increasingly effective global economic sanctions, according to congressional staffers, local journalists and advocates for tough sanctions against Tehran.
A new computer virus tied to some of the most sophisticated cyberweapons thus-far discovered has been found circulating in the Middle East, a Moscow-based computer security company said Thursday. If a link were confirmed, the find would expand the electronic arsenal reportedly deployed by the U.S. and Israel against their rivals in the region.
Opposition groups in Venezuela are warning that billions of dollars in Chinese loans are driving the state oil company toward bankruptcy.
Iran has halted oil shipments to Britain and France, the Oil Ministry said Sunday, in an apparent pre-emptive blow against the European Union after the bloc imposed sanctions on Iran's crucial fuel exports.
Witnesses said Wednesday that Yemeni security forces and snipers had opened fire on thousands of anti-government protesters marching to the Cabinet building in Sanaa, Yemen's capital.