Thursday's global agenda: Netanyahu to set 'red lines' on Iran


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Egypt's president, Mohammed Morsi, in his first U.N. address called for action in Syria — “the tragedy of our era." [The Wall Street Journal]

The United States announced  that it would begin to ease a long-standing ban on imports from Burma. [The New York Times]

U.S. ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul takes to Twitter — and so do his critics. [Ria Novosti]


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