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Civil war threat in Yemen »
Mexico gang shootout in Nayarit state kills 28 »
US withdraws diplomats from Yemen amid clashes »
Syria's Assad vows to launch dynamic reforms »
Conflict in Yemen escalates as tribes join uprising »
Suicide truck bomb razes Pakistan police station »
Palestinians say Netanyahu speech will not bring peace »
Egypt’s prosecutor general: Mubarak and sons to face trial over protester deaths »
Blast rocks Iran's largest oil refinery »
Israel cannot return to pre-1967 boundaries, leader insists »
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Civil war threat in Yemen
May 26, 2011
SANAA (TAP) - The death toll from civil unrest in Yemen contines to rise. Around 30 people are said to have been killed during Wednesday night in an explosion at a munitions depot in the capital Sanaa.
 
Last Updated on Thursday, May 26, 2011 15:10
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Mexico gang shootout in Nayarit state kills 28
May 26, 2011
MORELIA, Mexico (TAP) - A shootout between rival Mexican gangs has left at least 28 people dead, officials say.
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US withdraws diplomats from Yemen amid clashes
May 26, 2011
WASHINGTON (TAP) - The US has ordered all its non-essential diplomats and family members of Embassy staff to leave Yemen as fighting there escalates.
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Syria's Assad vows to launch dynamic reforms
May 25, 2011
DAMASCUS (TAP) - Syrian President Bashar al-Assad pledged to carry out political and economic reforms to appease deteriorating turmoil in the country, local media reported Wednesday.
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Conflict in Yemen escalates as tribes join uprising
May 25, 2011
SANA (TAP) - Fighters from Yemen’s powerful tribes fired on government buildings Tuesday, prompting soldiers to respond with intense shelling in street battles that left at least 38 dead as the uprising against President Ali Abdullah Saleh threatened to become a militia-led revolt.
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