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'A black day for football'


INTERNATIONAL PAPERS, Fri. 03/02/11, Papers across the world comment on the ongoing violence in Egypt. According to The Guardian, "disorder is a symptom of Egypt’s uncertain times". Meanwhile, according to an article in the Washington Post, Israel could be on the verge of attacking Iran. Finally, Gulf News says Russia resisting a UN resolution on Syria because it wants to defend its interests in the Middle East, namely with respect to Turkey.

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