Daybreak: Flame Consumer Iran’s Computers
Plus ‘Polish death camp’ becomes Polish grudge, and more in the news
• An Israeli firm confirms that Flame has had a major impact on Iranian systems. [Haaretz]
• Poland is making an international issue out of President Obama’s use of the term “Polish death camp” while giving Jan Karski the Presidential Medal of Freedom yesterday. [JPost]
• The Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohammed Morsi offered a preview of his presidential campaign against former Mubarak prime minister Ahmed Shafik: namely, that he (Morsi) will not be another autocrat. [AP/NYT]
• A dispatch from the Gaza-Egypt tunnels. [NYT]
• Mitt Romney is sounding (fairly) hawkish on Syria. But some Republicans want the U.S. to do even more, and others want it to do less. [NYT]
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