Friday, October 26, 2012


Iran Leader Blames US, Israel for Syria Civil War Iran's Supreme Leader is blaming the U.S. and Israel for the bloody, 19-month civil war in Syria.

Fighting ruptures ragged Syrian ceasefire Fighting in Syria killed several people on Friday as a ceasefire brokered by international peace envoy Lakhdar Brahimi to mark a holy Muslim day frayed almost before it had begun.

Afghanistan mosque suicide bomb attack kills at least 41 A suicide bomber targeted worshippers who had gathered at a mosque in north Afghanistan for prayers to mark Eid al-Adha, killing at least 41 people.

Morsi, Mashaal slam 'Israeli aggression' against Sudan Egyptian president, Hamas chief offer Khartoum their support; condemn 'barbaric attack'

UN Expert: Boycott Companies in Israel Settlements The U.N. special investigator on human rights in the Palestinian territories called Wednesday for a boycott of all companies that have dealings with Israeli settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem until they adhere to international rights standards and practices.

In Saudi Arabia and Israel, Signals That Iran Has Retaliation in Works A shocking cyberattack paralyzed 30,000 computers at oil giant Aramco. Then Hezbollah aimed a drone at an Israeli reactor. Is this Tehran's game plan in case of a strike?

EU Talks to Iran About Nuclear Negotiations The EU, leading diplomatic efforts to resolve the dispute over Iran's nuclear program, has talked to Tehran to bring it up to date.

Outrage as UN Report Calls for Israel Boycott The UN investigator tasked with Israel-PA affairs openly supports a boycott of companies doing business in Israeli cities in Judea, Samaria.

Al-Qaida group urges jihad after Gaza leaders slain Salafist Jihadist groups say death of Salafist-Jihadist leaders is part of jihad against Jews, threaten large-scale retaliation.

Libyan suspect in US envoy attack killed in Cairo Al-Qaida-linked Karim el-Azizi, whose role in Benghazi attack remains unclear, killed during Egyptian security raid.

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