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Tariq al-Hashemi, the Iraqi vice-president who has been named by the government as being involved in deadly violence in the country, accuses Baghdad courts of lacking credibility and transparency  
Under protection of occupation soldiers, extremist Jews in Jerusalem call for expulsion of city’s Palestinian residents

The first group of Arab League observers is due in Syria Monday to monitor a deal to end nine months of deadly violence as the opposition urged them to head immediately for the besieged city of Homs

February 20 pro-democracy movement rallies thousands in Casablanca, minus Islamist Justice and Charity group, calling for a parliamentary monarchy and social justice

Libya's defence minister Osama al-Juwali assures the militias' willingness to give up arms and join the military, dismissing turf wars between them

Tens of thousands of tourists and Christian pilgrims packed the West Bank town of Bethlehem for Christmas Eve celebrations, bringing warm holiday cheer to the traditional birthplace of Jesus on a raw, breezy and rainy night

Kim Jong Il’s son, Kim Jon Un, is elevated to the title of Central Committee leader of the Workers’ Party, two days after North Korea's military leaders pledged their loyalty to him
Anti-Kremlin activist’s fresh jail sentence leads to new protest by the Russian opposition on Monday
In his Christmas message, Pope Benedict XVI calls for an end to the bloodshed and violence in Syria and the resumption of the stalled Middle East peace talks


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