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Russia And China Again Veto UN Resolution Against Assad

Before the vote, both Beijing and Moscow indicated they would not support any moves by the U.N. Security Council to censure Assad.

Syria: Has Assad Fled The Country?

"Today is a turning point in Syria's history,” said the chief of the Syrian National Council, Abdelbasset Seida,

Iran Behind Bulgaria Attack: Netanyahu

Iran has not made any official comment on either the attack or Netanyahu’s assertions.

Asylum-Seekers Must Get Higher Benefits From State: German Court

"The Basic Law guarantees subsistence-level support for a life in decent conditions as a human right," the court said.

Assad Is Next To Go: Syrian Rebel Chief

Bashar al-Assad’s power is likely eroding due to the wave of defections he has suffered that past few months.

Russia Condemns Killing Of Syrian Ministers

The new Syrian defense minister, General Fahd al-Furayj, vowed to find and punish the culprits behind the bomb attack.

Bus Carrying Israeli Tourists In Bulgaria Attacked, Three Dead

Bulgarian officials said many more were injured.

Taliban Bomb Destroys 22 NATO Fuel Tankers

The tankers were designed to carry fuel and other supplies from Uzbekistan to coalition forces in the southern part of Afghanistan.

Sicily At Risk Of Default: Italian PM

Monti also said he is seeking confirmation that Sicily’s regional governor Raffaele Lombardo will quit later this month.

1M Refugees Have Left Somalia: UN

While the world's deadliest famine has officially ended, remaining food shortages coupled with insecurity and fighting between African Union forces and militant group al-Shabab have wreaked havoc on the nation and its people.