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A group linked to Al Qaeda routed Syrian rebel fighters and seized control of Azaz, a gateway town near Syria’s northern border with Turkey.    
White House forced to consider unilateral strikes against Assad after British PM unexpectedly loses key motion on intervention

A spokeswoman for Obama's national security council said the US would consider its options in the light of the vote. Photograph: Carolyn Kaster/AP

Barack Obama's plans for air strikes against Syria were thrown into disarray on Thursday night after the British parlia
Egyptian president vows to risk death rather than quit as at least 16 people die in Cairo clashes before army deadline
Egypt's president, Mohamed Morsi vowed to protect his presidency with his life on Tuesday night, hours before an ultimatum from the leader of Egypt's armed forces is due to expire.

In a defiant late-night speech, Morsi raised the stakes in the standoff between the Muslim Brot
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, an opposition group based in Britain, said civilians accounted for the biggest single category of fatalities.    
In a televised speech ahead of planned weekend demonstrations by his opponents, President Mohamed Morsi pledged to introduce “radical and quick” reforms.    
The move came as efforts were being made on multiple fronts on Saturday to increase the pressure on the government of President Bashar al-Assad of Syria.    
Trained to battle Israel, Hezbollah’s Lebanese Shiite guerrillas are pushing into a very different fight, against fellow Arab Muslims trying to topple President Bashar al-Assad.    
The Treasury Department announced sanctions against eight Mexicans on Tuesday whom it identified as the main bosses for the Sinaloa Cartel.    
As Islamists increasingly fill the ranks of Syrian rebels, President Bashar al-Assad is waging an energized campaign to persuade the United States that it is on the wrong side of the civil war.    
American TV has a long tradition of imitating foreign shows, and the fall season may include several new forms of flattery, with “Friends and Family,” “Pulling,” “Rake,” “Second Sight” and “Spy.”
The reverberations of the American-led invasion are still being felt in Iraq, which remains a deeply divided, violence-plagued country that some fear may be headed for a full-blown civil war.
A defense lawyer in Bahrain said two police officers were sentenced to 10 years in prison for the fatal beating of an antigovernment protester in 2011.
Two years of conflict have pushed a military built for repelling an Israeli invasion, not carrying out sustained asymmetrical combat, to scale back its goals and rethink its tactics.
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