Libyan government releases detained US military personnel
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Activists in Saudi Arabia describe 2013 as one of the worst years for human rights in kingdom
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – With global attention focused on upheaval elsewhere in the Middle East, Saudi Arabia quietly intensified its clampdown on dissent in 2013, silencing democracy advocates and human rights defenders with arrests, trials and intimidation in what reformists say was one of the darkest years ever for their efforts in the powerful U.S.-allied Gulf state.
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