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U.S. embassy close in Syria due to violence
The United States announced today it was closing its embassy in Syria due to the worsening security situation, further isolating Damascus over its bloody crackdown on anti-government protests.
Queen Elizabeth celebrate her 60 years on throne
Today,sixty years after she ascended to the throne in an austere Britain still facing post-war rationing, Queen Elizabeth marked the milestone with a new website that showed just how much the world has changed during her reign.
Abbas to head new unity Palestinian government
A senior Palestinian official said,that rival Palestinian factions Fatah and Hamas agreed at a meeting in Qatar today on purpose to shape a unified Palestinian government for the West Bank and Gaza headed by Palestinian President and Fatah chief Mahmoud Abbas.
Local tsunami alert in 6.7 earthquake off Philippines
According to the U.S. Geological Survey USGS and a local monitoring service,one child died and a local tsunami alert was issued after a magnitude 6.7 earthquake followed by two aftershocks struck off the Philippines island of Negros today.
New explosion hits Egypt's gas pipeline to Israel
The pipeline, which also supplies gas to Jordan, has come under attack at least 12 times since Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak was toppled in February 2011.
Russia and China veto U.N. resolution on Syria
Russia and China vetoed today a new U.N. plan for Syria that backed an Arab plan calling on Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to quit, stalling global efforts to end his bloody crackdown on unrest after hundreds were reported killed in the city of Homs.
The snow-covered Algiers
Extraordinary! This is an exceptional event in Algiers
Gunmen kidnap two U.S. tourists in Egypt's Sinai
Two American women was kidnapped today by Bedouin,Gunmen,in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula in attempt to hold them for ransom,security sources said.
Egyptians incensed by the deaths of More than 74 people in Egyptian soccer
More than Seventy-four people were killed and at least 1,000 wounded Wednesday when Egyptian soccer fans invaded the pitch in the city of Port Said,after local team al-Masry beat Cairo-based Al Ahli,one of Egypt's most successful clubs,the deputy minister described the incident as the biggest disaster in the nation's soccer history.
The gendarmerie and protesters clash in Elcheraga
Sidi Hassan neighbourhood in Elcheraga,Algiers,knew a clashes between region’s young people and member of riot-control forces of the Gendarmerie National service accusing them of failing to properly investigate the murder of AIT OUARET ABDELMALEK by a group of youngsters yesterday beside his Small Kiosk in Elcheraga.