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NEWSWEEK International Editions: Highlights and Exclusives, Oct. 1, 2007 Issue
Date:9/23/2007

icials in Washington and Baghdad became agitated when Hunt Oil announced that, after secret negotiations, it had struck a deal with leaders in Iraq's Kurdish-controlled north to explore for oil in the Dahuk region near the Turkish border. News of the deal angered Iraqi Arab leaders, who saw it as a threat to achieving an agreement among the Sunni, Shiites and Kurds to share profits from the country's oil supply. Bush detractors have accused the president of helping a contributor line his pockets at the expense of Iraqi peace.

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Houses of The Hidden. Tokyo Bureau Chief Christian Caryl and Special Correspondent B. J. Lee report that despite the threat of execution, underground Christian churches are sprouting up across North Korea. Many Christians resort to wrapping their Bibles in vinyl and keeping them buried when they aren't needed. Meanwhile, preachers based in China sometimes conduct services via illicit cell-phone calls. Services are kept short since North Korean authorities hunt the phones down using GPS trackers. Those caught worshiping or smuggling in Bibles from the outside world can be sent to concentration camps -- or simply shot in front of press-ganged audiences in town squares.

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FAREED ZAKARIA: It's Not 'Star Wars.' Robert A. Heffner III tells Newsweek International Editor Fareed Zakaria that he believes natural gas needs to be central to any strategy to transition beyond fossil fuels. When asked why we are not moving faster toward a natural-gas economy, he says, "First, natural gas has never had a political lobby, so there's never been policy to foster the development of natural gas." Hefner also says that, "For most of the last 100 years natural gas has been an underappre
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