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 CIA Reportedly Offered $2m to Lockerbie Witness 

The American CIA offered $2m to the Crown's key witness in the Lockerbie trial and his brother, the British electronic newspaper, theherald.co.uk said quoting sources close to the case.
 Hamas Warns of Catastrophic Gaza Medicine Shortage 

Hamas warned on Thursday of a humanitarian catastrophe in the Gaza Strip which it has run for more than three months due to a dire shortage of basic medical supplies.
 Elder Statesmen Call for Rapid Deployment of Darfur Peacekeepers 

A group of elder statesmen led by South African Nobel peace laureate Desmond Tutu, on a mission to foster peace in Sudan, called on Thursday for the rapid deployment of a joint UN-African Union peacekeeping force in Darfur.
 Libya Mediates Chad Govt., Rebels Peace Deal 
Libya-mediated peace talks in Tripoli have yielded a provisional deal between the Chadian government and several armed rebel groups, senior officials in the Chadian capital said.
 Mrs. Sarkozy Snubs Bulgarian Reception 
French first lady Cecilia Sarkozy dodged the spotlight during her husband's presidential campaign, then seized it when she helped free Bulgarian nurses sentenced by Libyan Court.
 Sudan criticizes US, EU after Major Attack on AU Peace Force 
Sudan criticized the United States and European Union on Tuesday for failing to impose sanctions on Darfur rebel groups believed to be behind the deadliest attack on African Union troops in the region.
 Another Pro-U.S. Tribal Sheikh Assassinated in Iraq 
Bomb and other attacks in Iraq killed more than 20 people on Thursday, including a tribal sheikh involved in fighting Al-Qaeda, a day after a bid to assassinate the Polish ambassador, officials said.
 Gaddafi Tells Old Comrades They should Take Part in Running the Country 

Gaddafi tells his comrades, Al-Rifaq, to contact each other and prepare for taking part in running the government so they again as they prepared for the revolution in the 1960s can today do their part in solving the country’s problems.
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