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Expensive Oil Creates Misery, Wealth

UpFront Radio, Audio, Odette Keeley Posted: Jun 20, 2008

Editor's Note: Odette Keeley presents a round-up of views from the ethnic media. This week: Jalal Ghazi, associate producer of "Mosaic: World News from the Middle East" on Link TV and Arab American press monitor for New America Media.
[San Francisco]
quotes Al Jazeera English about the differences between Qatar and Egypt when it comes to oil revenues; Amelia Quiroga, reporter for Reznet[South Dakota]notes how tribes on Native American reservations are feeling the pinch of higher gas prices; and Lisa Tsering, entertainment editor for India West[San Francisco]is not buying the outrage of some Hindus over the film The Love Guru, who are saying it lampoons Hinduism and the guru tradition.


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