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Mosaic News - 11/05/12: World News from the Middle East [VIDEO]

Mosaic News - 11/05/12: World News from the Middle East [VIDEO]

Myanmar's Suu Kyi under fire for ignoring violence against the Rohingyas as thousands lack medical care, two foreign workers killed by bombings in Bahrain's capital, Arabs disillusioned with Obama express indifference to the US presidential election, and more.

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