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  • Panetta, in Libya, warns of 'long and difficult transition'

     
    Libya, Panetta, Arab Spring, Kadafi: Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta, on his first visit to Libya since the fall of Moamar Kadafi, warned that its government faces "a long and difficult transition" as it seeks to bring militias and tribes under its...
  • Arab League may seek U.N. backing for Syria plan

     
    The Arab League is considering seeking U.N. Security Council backing for a a long-stalled regional initiative aimed at ending Syria’s bloody crackdown on dissent. The proposal comes after Syria repeatedly flouted deadlines to agree to observers to...
  • Bahrain, Belarus newly dubbed as 'Internet enemies'

     
    After a tumultuous year of protests and crackdowns, the island nation of Bahrain has been newly labeled as an “enemy of the Internet” by a nonprofit that advocates for press freedom, Reporters Without Borders. Also on the list are Belarus,...
  • Leaders in eastern Libya declare their region semiautonomous

     
    Leaders from eastern Libya declared their oil-rich region semiautonomous Tuesday, a provocative move likely aimed at extracting concessions from the nation’s interim authorities while highlighting widening divisions in a country still reeling from...
  • No military action in Syria without U.N., Leon Panetta says

     
    Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta said that the U.S. should not take military action in Syria without authorization by the United Nations, a position seemingly at odds with that of another senior U.S. official who said the diplomatic channel has reached...
  • Who are the Tuareg and how do they fit into the coup in Mali?

     
    The Tuareg are nomadic people in much of the central Sahara and Sahel. They’ve been romanticized as “the blue men of the desert” because of the indigo dye used in their traditional flowing garments. They have a common language, Tamasheq,...
  • Turkish leader calls for immediate humanitarian corridors in Syria

     
    Turkey's prime minister called Tuesday for the immediate opening of paths to provide humanitarian aid in neighboring Syria, condemning the regime for its heavy hand against protesters....
  • 'Bad guys' besides Kony: Who else is wanted by the ICC?

     
    Joseph Kony has become newly infamous in the United States since a viral video focused on his crimes, spotlighting the notorious militia leader for kidnapping children and forcing them to serve as soldiers. In the controversial video, a father describes...
  • Russia deeply divided ahead of Putin presidential vote

     
    Russia elections: After weeks of opposition and pro-government rallies in Russia, both sides are preparing for a climax Monday, a day after Prime Minister Vladimir Putin is widely expected to win the country's presidential election....
  • Casey Anthony: Where did she place among year’s newsmakers?

     
    Casey Anthony came in at No. 13 in the survey. How do you like that number? She was the primary newsmaker in 207 stories. She placed higher in the survey than Sarah Palin, Hillary Clinton, Jared Lee Loughner, Donald Trump, Hosni Mubarak, Conrad Murray and...
  • Kadafi's daughter reportedly eyeing asylum in Israel

     
    REPORTING FROM JERUSALEM -- Is Aisha Kadafi, daughter of the slain Libyan ruler Moammar Kadafi, considering seeking asylum in Israel? Unlikely as it seems, this may be the case. The Israeli news website Walla, quoted a report published in Intelligence...
  • Cannes 2012: Weinstein Co. buys Libyan revolution documentary

     
    CANNES, France -- For the second time in as many days at the Cannes Film Festival, Harvey Weinstein has gotten political. The independent-film mogul has bought “The Oath of Tobruk,” a documentary about the 2011 Libyan revolution directed by...