Esam Mohamed, Associated Press | posted Jun 17th - 3:22pm
The trial of ousted dictator Moammar Gadhafi's son, his spy chief and his last prime minister will take place in August, a top Libyan official said Monday.
Ian Deitch and Diaa Hadid, Associated Press | posted Jun 17th - 3:07pm
Former President Bill Clinton urged Israel to make peace with Palestinians in order to survive as a Jewish and democratic state at a conference Monday evening, adding his voice to a chorus of prominent pro-Israel figures warning of the urgency of peacemaking for the country's own survival.
Ahmed Al-haj, Associated Press | posted Jun 17th - 2:51pm
Yemeni and American rights protesters have staged a demonstration in front of U.S. Embassy in Sanaa, demanding release of Yemeni Guantanamo detainees.
Bassem Mroue, Associated Press | posted Jun 17th - 2:13pm
Taking advantage of the chaos of the civil war, Syria's Kurdish minority has carved out a once unthinkable degree of independence in their areas, creating their own police forces, even their own license plates, and exuberantly going public with their language and culture.
Ali Akbar Dareini and Brian Murphy, Associated Press | posted Jun 17th - 2:00pm
Iran's newly elected president showcased his reform-leaning image Monday by promising a "path of moderation" that includes greater openness on Tehran's nuclear program and overtures to Washington. He also made clear where he draws the line: No halt to uranium enrichment and no direct U.S. dialogue without a pledge to stay out of Iranian affairs.
Zeina Karam, Associated Press | posted Jun 17th - 1:35pm
Syria's president warned that Europe "will pay a price" if it delivers weapons to rebels fighting to topple him, saying in an interview published Monday that arming them would backfire as the "terrorists" return to their countries with extremist ideologies.
Ali Akbar Dareini and Brian Murphy, Associated Press | posted Jun 17th - 1:05pm
Allies of outgoing Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad have suffered a resounding defeat in local council elections, a clear rejection at the end of his term.
Maggie Michael and Haggag Salama, Associated Press | posted Jun 17th - 12:19pm
Egyptian tourism workers and residents of the ancient city of Luxor voiced their anger Monday after an Islamist linked to a former Islamic militant group that carried out the city's deadliest terrorist attack, killing nearly 60 tourists in the 1990s, was appointed governor of their province.
Sinan Salaheddin and Qassim Abdul-zahra, Associated Press | posted Jun 17th - 12:04pm
A Shiite militia leader on Monday claimed responsibility for a rocket attack over the weekend that killed two members of an Iranian exile group near Baghdad. Saturday's attack on the sprawling Camp Liberty also killed an Iraqi and wounded nine Iranians and seven Iraqis.
Mohammed Daraghmeh, Associated Press | posted Jun 17th - 11:16am
The Palestinian militant group Hamas on Monday urged Lebanon's Hezbollah militia to withdraw its fighters from Syria and accused it of stoking sectarian tensions, leveling unprecedented public criticism against a former ally.
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