Reports of another bloody night in Yemeni capital as forces loyal to Yemen's president killed 20 as they crushed a sit-in demonstration
At least 39 people died on clashes between loyal forces to Yemen President Ali Abduallah Saleh and opposition
In his second visit to Cairo since the uprising against the Mubarak regime, Amos Gilad voices Israeli concern over the easing of the Rafah border crossing and prisoner swaps with Palestinian movements
Following Saturday's easing of the blockade on Gaza through opening the Rafah border crossing, Palestinian officials claim that some of the old restrictions on travellers have been reimposed
While the lifting of martial law is hoped to bring life back to normal in the tiny oil rich emirate, the Shiite opposition are skeptical that it signals a change in the monarchy's intentions
Iranian Parliament declared Nejad's decision to appoint himself as caretake oil minister "illegal"
Serbia chief war crimes prosecutor rejects an appeal against extradition of Ratko Mladic to The Hague to be tried for crimes against humanity committed in Bosnia's 1992-1995 war
Former Bosnian Serb army chief Mladic will appear before a UN court on Friday in The Hague following his dramatic extradition from Serbia to face genocide and war crimes charges
Hundreds of people both young and old voted to keep the Sol encampment going until Thursday at least
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