Police used force on Saturday to disperse a rally by the Muslim Brotherhood after the Islamists allegedly tried to storm the Prime Ministry.
Demonstrators voice support for Kingdom’s reform drive
Thousands of Jordanians participated in public rallies in Mafraq, Tafileh and Jerash after noon prayers on Friday, voicing their allegiance to the Hashemite leadership and to Jordan.
VP trial OK with ‘reassurances’ — Iraq president
Iraq's President Jalal Talabani said Saturday that the country's Sunni vice president, who stands accused of running a death squad, would stand trial only if promises were made regarding its fairness.
Iraq vice president warns of sectarian conflict
The Sunni vice president wanted for allegedly running a hit squad in Iraq has accused Shiite Prime Minister Nouri Al Maliki of waging a campaign against Sunnis and pushing the country towards sectarian war.
Satire flourishes in Syria as violence intensifies
The violent repression of dissent in Syria has sparked an explosion of satire produced by anonymous artists who are flooding the Internet with film, music and art that mock the Damascus regime.
Thousands turn out for funerals of Damascus blast victims
Thousands of people on Saturday attended prayers in memory of the 44 people killed by suicide bombers in Syria's capital as charge and countercharge swirled over who was behind the attacks.
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