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Syria: bombarding continues in Aleppo


July 29, Damascus: On Saturday, after the forces of Bashar al-Assad stormed the country’s second city, Aleppo, the fighting continues. Heavy fighting resumed Sunday in Aleppo, Syria’s second city where the rebels holed up in many neighborhoods resist a military offensive, according to activists. At least four people were killed Sunday across the country according […]

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Syrian Army launched heavy assault against rebels in Aleppo, UN condemns.


July 28, Aleppo (Syria): The forces of the regime of Bashar al-Assad on Saturday launched their assault against the rebels in Aleppo, Syria’s second largest city in which control is a crucial issue of the conflict, according to a Syrian NGO. Several Western countries and the UN had expressed concern at the prospect of this […]

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2012 Olympics: a masterful opening ceremony in might and magic


July 28, London: “British” humor and magic were at the ceremony on Friday night for the kickoff of the London Olympics. The queen, nearly seventy heads of state and government, the 80,000 spectators on the stage of Stratford and the world glued to their television were treated to a spectacular show, inventive and quirky, drawing […]

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Syria: Assad and rebels preparing a decisive assault in Aleppo, The US fear a massacre.


July 27, Damascus: Syrian rebel forces were preparing for a decisive assault on Friday against the regular forces in Aleppo, Syria’s second city, has become a crucial issue of conflict. The troops of the regime of Bashar al-Assad, backed by heavy artillery, conducted heavy assault against the rebels in several districts of Aleppo, 355 km […]

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Mystery revealed: The young woman accompanying Kim Jong-un is his wife Sol-Ju Ri

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July 26, Pyongyang: The North Korean leader Kim Jong-un was married and his wife is called Sol-Ju Ri, media reported on Wednesday North Korean officials, ending weeks of speculation of an elegant young woman for several times his side. Wednesday, “Marshal Kim Jong-Un attended the opening ceremony of the popular amusement park Nungra with his […]

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Ghana pays homage to late President John Atta Mills, John Mahama Dramani succeeds him.


July 25, Accra (Ghana): Ghana mourns after death of its President John Atta Mills (68)  Tuesday, July 24. On the evening of Tuesday, Ghanaian Vice President John Mahama Dramani was sworn in and took control of the State, following a special session of Parliament. No official date has been announced for the funeral. For now, […]

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Syria threatens to use chemical weapons in case of foreign aggression

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July 24, Damascus: Verbal escalation or real threat? The Syrian regime acknowledged Monday for the first time possession of chemical weapons and threatened to use them in case of Western military intervention but not against its people, creating a lashing response from the United States. Acknowledging for the first time have a chemical arsenal, the […]

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Severe flood in China: 37 dead, 60000 evacuated


July 23, Beijing: The catastrophic rainfall that fell on the city of Beijing during the weekend is the most severe in more than six decades, taking life of 37 people, Chinese officials said. Dozens of other deadly storms also were reported in other areas of China. Saturday’s rain uprooted trees in Beijing and in some […]

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Colorado: killing in the preview of “Batman,” 12 dead, 60 injured


July 21, Colorado: A preview of the final installment of the trilogy “Batman” in the United States turned to the massacre. At least twelve people were killed and nearly sixty others wounded in a shootout that erupted shortly after midnight on the night of Thursday to Friday at the screening in a theater of Aurora, […]

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Syria: No Ramadan in Damascus this year, people fleeing from the city


July 20, Damascus: Never in decades, Ramadan, which begins today did so dark in Damascus, as reported. With Wednesday’s attack, fear has gripped the Syrian capital, scene of fighting not seen since three days. “There is tension, people are afraid, they think now that after the attack, anything can happen,” said a peddler’s famed tourist […]

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