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Syrian troops intensified shelling of rebel-held neighborhoods in central Homs on Sunday, according to activists who say humanitarian conditions are growing more dire and are pressing for the evacuation of 1,000 endangered families and dozens of wounded people who can't get adequate medical care.
After a decade of costly conflict in Iraq and Afghanistan, the American way of war is evolving toward less brawn, more guile.
Crises in Libya, Sudan, Somalia and elsewhere prompted 800,000 people to flee their countries last year, the highest number in 11 years, the United Nations' refugee agency says.
Dozens of Polish police wearing full riot gear kept a close watch on Russian soccer fans heading to their country's European Championship game against Greece on Saturday.
U.N. observers suspended their patrols in Syria on Saturday due to a recent spike in violence, the strongest sign yet that an international peace plan was unraveling despite months of diplomatic efforts to prevent the country from plunging into civil war.
Battles starring micro-proportioned warriors take place on Apple's interactive tablet and offer explosive, third-person action with the tap of a finger.
The head of the U.N. observers in Syria said Friday a spike in bloodshed is derailing the mission to monitor and defuse more than a year of violence, raising questions about how effective the unarmed force can be in a conflict that every day looks more like a civil war.
Since its invasion of Cyprus in 1974, Turkey has claimed that it was acting as a protector and guarantor of the island's security. But a closer examination of its actions on Cyprus indicates motivations of a very different character.
Nearly 20,000 Russians have tickets for their country's European Championship soccer match against Greece on Saturday, twice the number who saw the game with Poland that was marred by soccer hooligan violence earlier in the week.