The United States is always somehow involved in the Middle East
But these days, it's even more complicated than usual with America finding itself on both sides of a sectarian divide.
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That divide is deepened by the rivalry between Iran and Saudi Arabia.
Tunis (AFP) - Thousands of Tunisians, led by their president and joined by several foreign dignitaries, are to march in the capital Sunday to denounce terrorism after the museum massacre of 22 tourists. On March 18, two gunmen targeted the National Bardo Museum in an attack claimed by the Islamic State group, dealing a severe blow to a country that was the cradle of the Arab Spring and is highly dependent on tourism.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Gov. Mike Pence says he would support legislation to "clarify the intent" of a new state law that has attracted widespread criticism over concerns it could allow discrimination against gay people.
In an interview Saturday with the Indianapolis Star, the Republican governor said he's been in discussions with legislative leaders this weekend.
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Re/codeAngie's List Halts Expansion Plans to Protest Indiana's “Religious Freedom” LawRe/codeAngie's List has joined a growing number of companies to protest a new law in Indiana that critics say could open the door to discrimination based on sexual orientation. The Indianapolis company said it would put a planned expansion of its campus on hold in