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  • LIBYA: Rebel capital moving, assets unfrozen

     
    Meanwhile, the wire service also reported that the U.S. and South Africa reached a deal Thursday that will release $1.5 billion in frozen Libyan assets in American banks which the U.S. is earmarking for the cash-strapped rebels fighting to oust Moammar...
  • LIBYA: Push to unfreeze Libyan assets

     
    The Libyan opposition said it urgently needs at least $5 billion in frozen assets to pay state salaries, maintain vital services and repair critical oil facilities. Analysts estimate that as much as $110 billion is frozen in banks worldwide....
  • LIBYA: New government may request U.N., foreign police

     
    Nuland said that at Thursday's meeting of the Libya Contact Group in Istanbul, participants discussed the security needs of the rebel’s fledgling government, the National Transitional Council....
  • Zara contractor in Brazil accused of slave labor

     
    Brazil's labor ministry is investigating a supplier for the Spanish clothing brand Zara for allegations of slave-labor conditions at sweatshops in Sao Paolo, and is also opening labor investigations against other international companies, reports O Globo,...
  • SYRIA: Death of popular Sunni cleric stirs unrest in Aleppo

     
    The funeral of an outspoken Sunni cleric who died under tight security in a hospital Tuesday interrupted the calm that has largely prevailed in the Syrian commercial center of Aleppo. Dr. Ibrahim Salkini, the Sunni mufti of Aleppo and dean of theology...
  • SYRIA: Satellite TV station keeps Moammar Kadafi on the air

     
    Moammar Kadafi can still count on one friendly place to air his calls to burn Libya down: Syria, where beleaguered leader Bashar Assad is allowing a satellite TV station to air all the deposed Libyan leader's fervent appeals. Al Oruba channel, linked to...
  • In aftermath of flooding, Barletta not yet returning to Washington

     
    U.S. Rep. Lou Barletta is not returning to work in Washington until he feels the people in his district devastated by last week’s storms are taken care of, he said Monday. People “are scared and confused about what will happen.......
  • Senate Preps Flood Relief Bills.

     
    Flood-stricken Pennsylvanians could qualify for extra financial assistance under a package of bills a group of northeastern state lawmakers say they plan to introduce later this week. State residents trying to rebuild their lives in the wake of historic...
  • Rick Perry on Obama's Israel policy: 'Naive, arrogant, misguided and dangerous'

     
    Rick Perry, Republican presidential candidate: Full text of his remarks on Israel and Palestine....
  • House GOP already walking away from debt-ceiling deal

     
    House Speaker John A. Boehner (R-Ohio) has trouble not only cutting deals on behalf of his restive caucus but also getting his members to abide by them. That's because the "tea party" wing of his party seems much more eager......
  • 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,........