By Julian Pecquet - 07/20/12 11:00 AM EDT
In other news:
Iran has plans to disrupt the international oil trade, The Wall Street Journal reports, including through attacks on oil platforms and tankers.
U.S. officials are backing Israel's claims that a suicide attack on Israeli tourists in Bulgaria was carried out by a Hezbollah agent, with Iran's blessing. The bombing appears to be in retaliation for the assassination of Iranian nuclear scientists. [The New York Times]
The United States is preparing to give Yemen more than $100 million in counterterrorism and security aid that had been suspended last year. [The Washington Post]
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