long-simmering love

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  • A long-simmering battle over U.S. government spending will intensify Monday when President Obama unveils a $3.5-trillion proposed federal budget for the next fiscal year, which begins in October.

    Obama to Issue Federal Budget With Major Cuts Monday

  • The incident agitated the long-simmering tensions regarding the issue between the Afghans and coalition and caused Mr. Karzai to proclaim what he called his “last warning” to NATO on ending the strikes.

    Karzai Stresses End to Civilian Casualties During Gates' Farewell Afghan Tour

  • According to many residents, what fueled the flames were long-simmering tensions between police and young black men in the area, tensions still prevalent 26 years after the infamous Broadwater riots.

    State Aid Failed to Stem U.K. Unrest

  • World Massive riots erupted in North London and Britain's other big cities, stoking long-simmering ethnic tensions in some of the country's most racially diverse communities.

    This Week: Chaos in Markets, Britain; Debt Panel Set

  • And an acrimonious OPEC meeting failed to produce an agreement to increase oil production despite tight supplies and rising prices, bringing to the fore long-simmering divisions between key cartel players Saudi Arabia and Iran and calling into question the group's ability to influence oil prices.

    Fed's Unease, Romney's Pass, China Surprise

  • The missile crisis also loosened the bipolarity that had marked the first phase of the Cold War, bringing into the open long-simmering conflict between the Soviet Union and China and opening rifts between the United States and its European allies.

    Between War and Peace

  • Associated Press Car bombs ripped through the oil-rich Iraqi city of Kirkuk on Wednesday, killing at least six and wounding some 35 others in the heart of a region of long-simmering ethnic tensions.

    Bombs Kill 8 in Kurdish City

  • Right now, the long-simmering regional rage is exploding over regimes that collaborated with the US's policy initiatives for Israel, against Palestine, for Iraq, against Iran, for Israeli nukes, against Arab/Iranian nukes.

    Sharmine Narwani: Washington's Valentine's Day Faux Pas in the Middle East

  • Yonhap / Reuters A South Korean policeman stands guard this week on a disputed island, part of a long-simmering feud with Japan.

    Seoul, Tokyo in Land Dispute

  • LONDON—If news imitates art, the long-simmering News Corp. scandal over dubious reporting tactics suddenly seems scripted by a master of the spy genre—replete with social drama, cloak-and-dagger mystery and farce.

    Scandal's Latest Twists Seem Tabloid-Made

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