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  • Shelling reported to continue despite Syria peace plan [video]

     
    Despite the Syrian government's acceptance of a peace plan that includes a cease-fire, shelling by security forces appears to be continuing in the central city of Homs, long a flashpoint in the uprising against President Bashar Assad. Opposition activists...
  • McManus: A deal with the Khartoum devil?

    How do you deal with a genocidal dictator who says he wants to reform? For more than a decade, Sudan has been the quintessential pariah state. Its armed forces carried out a campaign of genocide in Darfur, killing more than 300,000; its president, Omar...
  • Killings, arrests said to continue after Syria agreed to peace plan

     
    Killings and arrests have continued despite Syria pledging to back a peace plan brokered by United Nations special envoy Kofi Annan to end the bloodshed, Amnesty International said Tuesday....
  • Opposition leader tells Syrians: 'Days of tyranny are numbered'

     
    Syrian opposition: Burhan Ghalioun, a longtime Syrian exile in Paris who heads the Syrian National Council, has offered up a videotaped revolutionary manifesto against the regime of President Bashar Assad....
  • Israel approves release of tax funds to Palestinian Authority

     
    Israel Palestinian Authority West Bank A cash-strapped Palestinian Authority received a reprieve Wednesday as Israel approved the release of about $200 million in taxes collected during October and November....
  • Another military official replaces civilian in El Salvador

     
    El Salvador’s president, Mauricio Funes, has named a newly retired military man to head the National Civilian Police, stoking protests from opponents who say such an appointment violates the spirit of peace accords that ended the nation’s...
  • Pakistan rips 'preposterous' ideas about its role in Afghan talks

     
    Pakistan Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar said any expectations Pakistan could deliver the Taliban leader to the negotiating table for Afghan peace talks were “preposterous.”...
  • Muslim Brotherhood: U.S. aid cuts may alter Egypt-Israel treaty

     
    The Muslim Brotherhood suggested Thursday that Cairo might reconsider its commitment to a peace treaty with Israel if the U.S. cuts $1.3 billion in military aid in retaliation for a deepening diplomatic crisis over American-funded pro-democracy groups...
  • WEST BANK: Israel ramps up housing construction in Ariel

     
    Israeli officials gave the green light Monday to another large housing project on land seized during the 1967 Mideast War, clearing the way for 277 new homes in the West Bank settlement of Ariel....
  • Should the U.N. accept Abbas' Palestinian statehood bid? [The conversation]

     
    In Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas' formal bid to the U.N. for member state status Friday, he said he wanted to revive the peace process with Israel by ending all settlement activities and establishing a two-state solution. To that end,........
  • Palestinian statehood: Many Palestinians want to be Israelis [Blowback]

     
    Whatever rights the Palestinians can legitimately claim, the "right" to deny the Jewish people their right to self-determination is surely not included....