Monday, June 11, 2012


* "Hezbollah could get Syria's non-conventional arms" Barak says Assad family is "slaughtering its people with the support of Iran, Hezbollah," Israel closely monitoring situation.

* Graffiti thanking Hitler found at Israel Holocaust museum Hebrew graffiti thanking Hitler for the Holocaust and denouncing Zionism was sprayed at Jerusalem's Yad Vashem Holocaust museum.

* Somali Islamists offer 10 camels as bounty for Obama The United States offers millions for information leading to the capture of the world's most wanted terrorists.

* Iraq president: PM's critics didn't get majority Opponents of Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki have failed to muster enough support to bring him down in a vote of no confidence, Iraq's president said in a statement posted on his website Sunday.

* Syrian opposition cites indiscriminate firing from helicopters Government military forces fired indiscriminately Monday from helicopters on a town on the outskirts of Jabal Al-Zawiya, inflicting scores of casualties on civilians and rebel forces.

* "Israel in Shadow of Syria’s Chemical Weapons" Assad, termed by journalist Joel Brinkley as the "world’s most dangerous man," could use chemical weapons on Israel, warns IDF general.

* Saddam's brutality still haunts Iraqi Kurds Relatives and friends share their grief as bodies of 730 victims of infamous Anfal campaign are reburied.

* With New Cameras, IAF Could Peek into the Ground Hyperspectral camera could allow UAVs to detect hidden weapons and chemical agents.

* Libya's Landmark Elections Postponed to July 7 Libya announces that elections for a constituent assembly have been postponed to July 7, citing logistical and technical reasons.

* Spanish rescue pleases markets, but doubts remain Shares jumped and the euro made gains on Monday after the eurozone announcement of a €100 billion rescue for Spain's banks.

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