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Investigators with the United Nations have agreed to test soil samples from Syria to help determine whether President Bashar Assad has unleashed sarin gas against rebel fighters.
The U.N. political chief says Iran's delivery of weapons to the Syrian government is an apparent violation of U.N. sanctions banning arms exports by Tehran.
Syrian troops advanced Wednesday on a key rebel-held neighborhood in Homs, and an official vowed it would be "cleansed," raising fears of a ground operation to retake all of the central city, which has become a symbol of the uprising to oust President Bashar Assad.
Washington-based election monitors denounced Egypt's military government for storming their offices in Cairo on Thursday, five days before the final vote for a new parliament.
The deputy leader of Libya's rebel administration said it could take up to two years to organize elections, backtracking on promises of a six-month transition to democracy and adding to internal dissent already brewing within the movement seeking to topple Moammar Gadhafi.
The press minister at the Bangladesh Embassy is in Washington, not Scotland. He has not lost his passport or credit cards, and he does not need your money.
The U.S., European Union and Arab League will be to blame if Libyan leader Col. Moammar Gadhafi uses chemical and biological weapons against his opponents, Abdel Rahman Shalgam, Libya's former envoy to the United Nations, said on Friday.
Protesters set a supermarket ablaze and rallied at two places in this seaside town on Monday in a third consecutive day of unrest that has included deadly clashes in the strategic Gulf nation.
But that's not going to halt the investigation, Jeffrey Feltman, U.N. under-secretary for political affairs said, in The Guardian.
U.N. investigators are on standby to deploy to Syria within 24 to 48 hours, if the government allows, he said.