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The Obama administration on Monday condemned Syrian President Bashar Assad's violent 10-month-long crackdown on pro-democracy protesters in his country.
Syria's president threatened a regional war if the West intervenes in his country's uprising.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu predicted on Sunday that the Palestinians' quest for U.N. membership would fail because it bypasses negotiations with the Jewish state, and said he was working closely with Washington to ensure the statehood bid withers in the U.N. Security Council.
Egypt's ousted ruler faced charges of corruption and murder inside a courtroom cage in Cairo on Wednesday as Syrian tanks shelled the restive northern city of Hama in an ongoing crackdown that drew the condemnation of the U.N. Security Council.
Libya's opposition leader said Thursday that rebels need more weapons and funding, as Britain offered new body armor and uniforms for civilian police officers in the country's eastern cities.
A confidential report by the United Nations warns that the invasion by Sudan's military of the contested Abyei region could lead to "ethnic cleansing" if the tens of thousands of residents who have fled are not able to return.
Sudanese President Omar Bashir risks losing an opportunity to get his country off a U.S. terrorist list and normalize relations with Washington, if he continues ignoring demands to withdraw troops from the disputed oil-rich province of Abyei, a senior U.S. official said Monday.
I've been reading blogs that try to list all the ways President Obama's intervention in Libya is not like former President George W. Bush's Iraq operation in 2003. There are differences, of course, but most of the explanations presented are transparent attempts to demonstrate that Mr. Obama's intervention is legitimate but Mr. Bush's wasn't. It's essentially a double standard.