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Following much quarrelling Sunday afternoon, Arab League delegates decide to keep their 67-strong observer mission in Syria, acknowledging a 'partial decline' in violence  
The prime minister in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip promised "difficult days" for Israel and at a rally in Tunis urged Arab Spring revolutionaries to fight for an independent Palestine

The Algerian Islamic party which is counterpart to Egypt's Freedom and Justice Party hopes to be approved by the authorities ‎before January elections

The renowned rights group criticise the inconsistency and "double standards" of international community in their report on human rights abuses during the regional revolutions

The opposition Muslim Brotherhood accuses the Arab League of seeking to "cover up the crimes" of the Syrian regime, after the pan-Arab organization decided to extend its observer mission

Most Middle Eastern governments are failing to recognize the significance of the Arab Spring and are responding with repression or merely cosmetic change, Amnesty International said

German President Christian Wulff's home loan scandal spills over with Chancellor Angela Merkel to face consequences if he opts for resignation
China says its intention to modernize the military defences comes from firm adherence to the path of peaceful development that poses zero hazards to the Asian country’s neighbours
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez slams US while preparing to welcome Iranian ally President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, says US will not dominate the world

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