A Syrian national dialogue must begin before there can be discussions of President Bashar al-Assad’s resignation, Deputy Prime Minister Qadri Jamil said. The opposition said that the government just try to buy some time and the US also dismissed Jamil’s words.
If you check this article it is about athletes who were part of of the Arab Spring and will attend the London Olympics.
As it really seems seems Gaddafi’s regime is finished will the chairman of the NTC Mustafa Abdul Jalil lead the country?
Is the biggest questions whether Osama bin Laden the myth is a more potent recruitment tool than Osama bin Laden the man?
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Al-Qaeda’s senior leadership in the border region of Afghanistan and Pakistan is under more pressure than at any point since they fled Afghanistan nine years ago, said President Barack Obama.
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