Syrian Conflict Stokes Sunni Anger in Lebanon, With Army Now Seen As Threat

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Enlarge Smoke billows from Tripoli’s Bab al-Tabbaneh Sunni neighborhood on Oct. 25, 2013 during clashes with Alawite supporters of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Sunni militants in Lebanon accuse the army of siding with supporters of the Syrian regime…

This Too Value Fund Explains Why Turkey Is Ripe For Investment Right Now

TurkeyThe Talas Turkey Value Fund returned 9.5% net for the first quarter on a concentrated portfolio in which 93% of its capital is invested in 14 holdings. The MSCI Turkey Index returned 13.1% for the first quarter, while the MSCI All-Country ex-USA was down 5.4%. Background of the Talas Turkey Value Fund Since its inception Read More

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