Harvey Morris

Financial Times

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United Nations correspondent, and former Texas-based correspondent, for the Financial Times

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The Obama Administration has done an  about-face  on support for rebels in Libya.

UN Debates No-Fly Zone as Gadhafi Beats Down Rebels

The Obama Administration has done an about-face on support for rebels in Libya.

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President Obama is  back on the Gulf Coast  today for the fourth time since the oil spill, and  he’ll address the nation  about it tomorrow night.  Meantime, the pressure continues on …

Obama Makes His Fourth Trip to the Gulf since Oil Spill

President Obama is back on the Gulf Coast today for the fourth time since the oil spill, and he’ll address the nation about it tomorrow night.  Meantime, the pressure continues on …

from To the Point

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