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  1. Can a Rocket-Wounded Infant Compete with Jennifer Lopez?
  2. Has God Said to Not Pray for America?
  3. How 1 single prayer launched radio miracle
  4. Merger to speed up, strengthen Bible translations
  5. Viewing the news through eyes of faith

Wednesday - August 31, 2011:

  1. 5 reasons gold is headed for $3,000
  2. Assad may opt for war to escape Russian, Arab, European ultimatums
  3. Syrian troops kill 7 on start of Muslim holiday
  4. Amid Syrian Raids, Reports of Desertions
  5. Syrian activists warn against civilians taking up arms
  6. EU considers significant Syrian sanctions
  7. Gaddafi forces use scare tactics in Sirte
  8. Iran invites Libyan NTC head to Tehran
  9. 'Iranian anti-tank missile may fall into terrorists' hands'
  10. 'Exterminate Christians, close pyramids, Sphinx'
  11. Irene's death toll 40 as millions without power and fight flooding
  12. Hurricane Irene leaves US trail of destruction 1,100 miles long
  13. INDIA: Karnataka, 4 Christians arrested over door to door forced conversions
  14. Virginia quake may have exceeded nuclear plant design
  15. Wildfires burning homes in Texas, Oklahoma

Tuesday - August 30, 2011:

  1. Calls in Syria for weapons, NATO intervention
  2. Syrian forces storm northern town, fight defectors, residents
  3. 'Syrian forces surround town after soldiers defect'
  4. Syrian security forces surround central town
  5. Gunfire reported in Syrian cities
  6. Libyan revolutionaries free 10,000 from Gaddafi prisons
  7. China expanding its nuclear stockpile
  8. Flooding, cleanup and outages after Irene
  9. Typhoon leaves 16 dead, 21 injured
  10. Hurricane Irene leaves flooding in U.S., Canada
  11. Millions in China face water shortage
  12. Storm heads for China after shutting down south Taiwan

Monday - August 29, 2011:

  1. 'Single strike would not halt Iran's nuclear program'
  2. Iranian FM warns NATO against intervening in Syria
  3. Pro-Al Qaeda brigades control Qaddafi Tripoli strongholds seized by rebels
  4. Libya threatens to become terrorist arms depot
  5. Horror of 150 bodies found on a farm after being massacred by pro-Gaddafi forces
  6. Gaddafi 'offers talks on power transfer'
  7. Turkey president says reforms in Syria would be 'too little too late'
  8. Army fights defectors near Damascus
  9. Syrian authorities ban 3 opposition figures from traveling to Lebanon; 2 killed in north
  10. Taliban raid into Pakistan kills up to 36 people
  11. Killer typhoon hits Taiwan
  12. At least 20 perish in Nigeria flood
  13. UPDATE 3-Irene cuts power to 3.3 mln, shuts nuclear plants
  14. Analysis: Merkel vulnerable as euro and Libya backlash builds
  15. Underpublicized threat deep in White House
  16. Libya councilwe won't hand over Lockerbie bomber

Sunday - August 28, 2011:

  1. 'Arab League to increase pressure on Syria'
  2. Israel, US worried over Syria's WMDs
  3. Libyan rebels carry out reprisal attacks
  4. 'Large and dangerous' storm heads for NYC
  5. Hurricane Irene risk forces first-ever NYC shutdown
  6. Hurricane Irene set to bleed FEMA, inflame budget scrap in Congress
  7. Five dead as Nanmadol lashes Philippines
  8. Magnitude-5.4 quake shakes Afghanistan
  9. Quake strikes in central Calif. Coastal area
  10. The nightmare world of 'trans-humanism'
  11. US says al-Qaida number 2 killed in Pakistan

Saturday - August 27, 2011:

  1. 'EU agrees to broaden Syria sanctions, ban oil imports'
  2. Assad Thumbs Nose at West; Forces Kill 8
  3. Arab League to discuss Syria crisis
  4. Iran stirs up new conflict: Its Iraqi terrorist arm shoots Scuds at Kuwait
  5. Libya minister: Rebel forces have surrounded Gadhafi and his entourage
  6. United Nations says bomb hits its Abuja office in Nigeria
  7. Six killed in bombing, shooting in Thai south
  8. Death toll rises to 53 in attack on Mexico casino
  9. Bodies raise spectre of mass killings in Tripoli
  10. Ex-chief of National Hurricane Center: Irene scenario 'one of my greatest nightmares'
  11. Before Hurricane Irene hits, New York planning to shut down transportation system, evacuate areas
  12. Idaho fire prompts evacuation of nuclear facility
  13. Flash floods kill at least 33 in NW Pakistan
  14. EU countries send help to fight Greek fires

Friday - August 26, 2011:

  1. Ahmadinejad: Iran is determined to eradicate Israel
  2. Iran's army says now is time to free Jerusalem
  3. Ahmadinejad to Syria: Killings 'serves Zionist interests'
  4. Iran: Bushehr nuclear plant reactors gather pace
  5. EU Sanctions Iranian Army for Helping Syria
  6. Street fighting rages in Tripoli as Gaddafi loyalists fight rearguard action
  7. Banker: Gaddafi offered 25 tonnes of gold for his protection
  8. Suspected Kurdish guerillas blow up troop trucks in Turkey
  9. Pentagon perturbed by China's military growth
  10. PAKISTAN: Punjab Muslims kidnap 14 year old Christian to convert her to Islam
  11. Austin, Texas, breaks hot weather record
  12. Texas grid narrowly avoids power outages
  13. Crews rush to corral wildfires in Northern Rockies
  14. Black hole caught in act of swallowing a star

Thursday - August 25, 2011:

  1. EU, U.S. Draft Sanctions Against Syria
  2. Syria opposition tries to unite but divisions remain
  3. Iran shows U.N. advanced nuke equipment
  4. Report: NKorea supplied nuclear software to Iran
  5. Rebel leader: Gaddafi to be tried in Libya, elections in 8 months
  6. Qaddafi flees Tripoli with family. Guerrilla and/or tribal warfare feared next
  7. Nuclear experts warn of Libya dirty bomb material
  8. Earthquake Cracks the Washington Monument
  9. Strong earthquake hits northern Peru near Brazil
  10. Hurricane Irene strengthens on path to US east coast
  11. Irene could be big threat to Northeast
  12. Lawmaker calls for investigation of graves
  13. US group: 8 mass graves now seen in contested Sudan region where Arabs, tribesmen are fighting

Wednesday - August 24, 2011:

  1. Syrian dissidents declare 'national council'
  2. Syrian troops kill 7 after UN team visit
  3. Syrian forces open fire during UN visit
  4. 'Qaddafi is gone... it’s now your turn, Bashar'
  5. Iran shows off new cruise missile
  6. Iranian man pleads guilty to murder of nuclear scientist
  7. Iran's suicide rate soars, averaging 10 per day
  8. Rebels storm Gaddafi compound
  9. Fierce Fighting at Qaddafi Compound
  10. Gaddafi's son claims ambush sprung in Tripoli
  11. Who are Libya's Rebels?
  12. Afghanistan set to get huge supply of military gear
  13. Slip-Up in Chinese Military TV Show Reveals More Than Intended
  14. South Sudan clashes kill 600, U.N. calls for talks
  15. U.S. congresswoman warns of cutting aid
  16. INDIA: Hindu radicals ransack churches, beat up clergyman in Karnataka
  17. East is all shook up after strong earthquake for region
  18. East Coast earthquake 5.8 magnitude epicenter hits Virginia
  19. 6-magnitude quake jolts Indonesia
  20. Largest Colorado quake since 1973 shakes homes
  21. Sweltering Oklahoma City's 51 straight days of 100-degree heat breaks 31-year record
  22. Life on Mars closer than ever for man claims scientist creating artificial life that feeds off carbon dioxide
  23. Higgs boson may be a mirage, scientists hint

Tuesday - August 23, 2011:

  1. Iran moves centrifuges to underground site
  2. Russia in talks to build more nuclear plants in Iran: report
  3. Syria mobilizing troops for conflict with U.S., NATO
  4. Multiple crises hitting U.N. next month
  5. Rebels sweep into Tripoli as Gaddafi forces crumble
  6. Qaddafi fights back: Son Khamis leads tanks to Tripoli center and port
  7. Report: Libya's prime minister flees to Tunisian island
  8. Collapse of Gaddafi’s defenses startles NATO
  9. Libyan rebels, ICC negotiate handover of Gaddafi's son
  10. Europe urges Libyan leader to stop fighting
  11. Analysis: Gaddafi collapse will embolden Arab rebels
  12. Syrian cities scrubbed ahead of U.N. visit
  13. Assad warns action against Syria would backfire
  14. Assad Threatens ‘Surprises’ if Foreign Forces Attack
  15. Scared Mexicans try under-the-skin tracking devices
  16. Two Thousand Bodies In Unmarked Grave
  17. Red Cross: Over 29,000 people have lost homes in NKorea floods
  18. Secret U.S. experiments to prompt 2nd Coming?
  19. Irene grows on path to US Southeast

Monday - August 22, 2011:

  1. Libya rebels cheer in Tripoli; Gadhafi's sons held
  2. Syria passes point of no return as regime faces most serious isolation in 40 years
  3. Syrian forces storm Homs as Assad defies international calls to step down
  4. Police hunt 30,000 rioters as Met reveals more than 3,200 crimes were committed in four days of violence
  5. Flooding in Eastern India Leaves Dozens Dead
  6. Puerto Rico braces for Tropical Storm Irene
  7. Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic under hurricane warnings

Sunday - August 21, 2011:

  1. Libya: Qaddafi's Former No. 2 Defects
  2. Abdel-Salam Jalloud defection increases pressure on Gaddafi
  3. Battle outside Libyan capital, fighting spills to Tunisia
  4. Fighting reported in Tripoli
  5. Libya rejects rebel claims Gadhafi seeking refuge for his family
  6. Eight killed in Syria crackdown, activists say
  7. Syrian forces attack Homs in wake of anti-government protests
  8. Pakistan mosque bomb death toll hits 51 officials
  9. Video: 'Extreme of extremes' weather nationwide
  10. Death toll in Pittsburgh flood now 4
  11. Magnitude 7.5 quake hits Vanuatu in Pacific

Saturday - August 20, 2011:

  1. Syrian forces kill 34 despite Assad pledge
  2. Syrian protesters call for Al Assad's death as another 14 killed
  3. World crossing 'red line' with Syria
  4. EU oil sanctions on Syria are 'a done deal'
  5. Russia opposes US, Euro calls for Al Assad to stand down
  6. Libya rebels jubilant as they secure grip on Tripoli's oil line
  7. Pakistan mosque bomb kills at least 40
  8. 10 die in twin blasts at British compound in Kabul
  9. The dramatic moment a machine gunner on a Royal Navy warship opens fire on speedboat 'suicide bombers'
  10. Al-Qaida emerging in Sinai?
  11. Group calls for mass Egyptian protests
  12. More than 150 people caught after rioting swept across UK ‘were foreign nationals and will be deported’
  13. Elections 2012: Obama Bypasses Congress, Allows Illegals to Stay
  14. New immigration regs draw kudos from Dems
  15. Bad government pushing U.S. close to collapse warns former diplomat
  16. Phoenix blanketed by huge dust cloud for the third time in 6 weeks
  17. Japan rattled by another strong quake
  18. Strong storm strikes Minnesota

Friday - August 19, 2011:

  1. Obama: Assad must go
  2. US bans Syrian petrol, is certain Assad 'on his way out'
  3. EU to consider Syria oil sanctions
  4. Assad: 'Crackdown Over'
  5. Libya: Rebels Capture Key Refinery in Zawiya
  6. Libya rebels tighten grip west of Tripoli
  7. Turkish warplanes hit 60 PKK targets in Iraq-army
  8. Flash-flooding across southern Britain as the coast is deluged by a fortnight's rain in 30 MINUTES
  9. Rain helps some drought-hit areas, but not enough

Thursday - August 18, 2011:

  1. Assad exploits the Shalit affair to play his Palestinian card
  2. Iran's covert war with Israel in Caspian
  3. Europe 'On Course' to Become One Country
  4. Assad forces detain hundreds of Syrians in Latakia sports stadium
  5. Over 360 killed in Syria uprisings in first half of Ramadan
  6. Report: Syrian cities free of 'terrorists'
  7. Syrian Forces Quit Latakia, Leaving 34 Dead, More Wounded
  8. A (2 1/2 year old) child's killing freeze-frames Syria's tragedy
  9. Turkey calls anew for end to Syria operations
  10. Qaddafi’s Forces Take Over Hospital in Zawiya, Terrorize Staff
  11. Libya rebels battle for refineries in east and west
  12. NKorea threatens to bolster its nuclear arsenal in response to US-SKorean military drills
  13. Russia FM Iran's Bushehr nuclear plant to be fully operational 'very soon'
  14. Two Iranian women risk death for apostasy from Islam
  15. U.S. ethanol production drops, snaps four-week rise
  16. UK development secretary warns 400,000 children could die in Somalia
  17. U.S. sees growing losses from extreme weather
  18. In 2011, record-tying nine $1B weather disasters
  19. Cholera kills nearly 500 in Cameroon since August 1, officials say
  20. Moth infestation casts pall on Alaska berry crop
  21. Almost 30 dead as heavy rain continues in India
  22. Fleas swarm Conn. firefighters

Wednesday - August 17, 2011:

  1. Russia, Iran team up to enhance national security
  2. U.S. Senator seeks to cut aid to elite IDF units operating in West Bank and Gaza
  3. Fear of Iran prompts 'rapid reaction force'
  4. Syrian forces rake Latakia with heavy fire Tuesday
  5. U.N. cites reports of Syrian forces shooting defectors
  6. Iran urges West to stay out of Syria's domestic affairs
  7. Arab vs. Arab: PLO Denounces Assad for ‘Crimes against Humanity’
  8. PLO slams Syrian 'crimes against humanity'
  9. 70 dead as militants ignore Ramadan to target a dozen Iraqi cities
  10. Libya conflict: Gaddafi forces 'launched Scud missile'
  11. Rebels Surround Tripoli; Qaddafi Calls for Attacks on ’the Rats’
  12. U.S. Defense Secretary says Gadhafi's days are numbered
  13. Libyan rebel 'gains' smokescreen for talks in Tunisia to end war
  14. Brace for next U.S.-Mideast war
  15. Egypt's 5,000 troops take on 2,000 al Qaeda in Sinai. Three officers kidnapped
  16. Up to 1,000 detained in Indian protest crackdown
  17. Parched farm fields mean trouble for wheat planting

Tuesday - August 16, 2011:

  1. Analysis: Iran sees ally Syria surrounded by US, Arab 'wolves'
  2. Death toll in Syria's Latakia reaches 30 in mass crackdown
  3. Syria tanks enter Homs while fighting Palestinians in Latakia
  4. 'Spanish envoy offers Syrian president asylum'
  5. Syria calls on UN to thwart Israel's 'separation fence' on Golan Heights
  6. Libyan rebels threaten to isolate Gadhafi stronghold of Tripoli by cutting off supplies
  7. Libyan rebels turn tide, cut off Tripoli
  8. Twin Terror Attacks Kill 50 in Iraq
  9. UK: PM attacks the human rights laws and backs national service

Monday - August 15, 2011:

  1. Ahmadinejad vows 'decisive response' to Israeli attack
  2. A-Jad Threatens 'Regrettable' Response If Iran is Attacked
  3. Syrian naval and tank assault on Latakia kills at least 21
  4. Turkey may intervene in Syria
  5. Analysis: Syria and the 'Saudi Dawn'
  6. Egypt deploys thousands of troops and tanks in Sinai, in coordination with Israel
  7. Hotel bomb kills 12 people in Pakistan
  8. Suicide bombers, gunmen kill 22 in central Afghanistan
  9. Iran vows to protect nuclear scientists
  10. Iran's Bushehr nuclear plant to go into full operation by yearend: Ahmadinejad
  11. Large protest prompts shutdown of chemical plant in China
  12. Libya rebels claim Tripoli advance
  13. Libya: Rebels Moving on Symbolic Zawiya
  14. Somalia wants humanitarian force to guard food convoys
  15. We've had 50 years of carrot... now it's time for some stick

Sunday - August 14, 2011:

  1. Report: Iran to bankroll military base in Syria
  2. Britain, U.S., Saudi Arabia urge Syria to end violence immediately
  3. Zvi Bar'el: Syria uprising may lead to regional war
  4. Obama and Erdogan grant Assad 15 days to finish uprising. Call-up in Turkey
  5. Syrians call for President Al Assad's death
  6. Demonstrations continue in Syria in the face of more violence
  7. Syria violence spreads to commercial capital Aleppo
  8. Turkey threatens to join international military action in Syria
  9. U.S. seeking to deprive Syria of Russian weapons (Deprive?)
  10. Britain: More Than 2,000 Arrested Over Riots, Almost 600 Charged
  11. Mideast upheavals open doors for Saudi strategies
  12. Egyptian Army Starts Major Operation Against Al-Qaeda
  13. Tahrir protesters call for civil state, end to military rule
  14. US alarmed over al Qaeda poison threat
  15. Drinking water shortage in China drought
  16. Kamchatka volcano continues to threaten regional air traffic
  17. Obama urges citizen rebellion against Congress
  18. FBI wants businesses watching for customers paying with cash
  19. The plan to force farmers off their land

Saturday - August 13, 2011:

  1. Clinton urges nations to cut Syria ties
  2. Activists: Assad forces kill 13 during Friday prayers across Syria
  3. Syrian protesters call for Assad’s death as both sides dig in; at least 14 killed
  4. In Syria, cycle of protest and crackdown persists; Assad resists world pressure
  5. 'Turkey- Retired officers to deal with Syrian refugees'
  6. 'Egypt preparing operation against al-Qaida cells in Sinai'
  7. Arab World: Power politics
  8. Russia 'backs' NATO action in Libya
  9. Ban ‘Concerned’ by Libya Violence
  10. US wants “explanations” from China about its aircraft carrier
  11. A world authority not enough to tackle world’s crisis
  12. The Mark? - Smart skin Electronics that stick and stretch like a temporary tattoo
  13. Riot erupts in southwest China town
  14. Left-wing 'ideological tsunami' uncovered
  15. Long recession is the price to pay for globalization
  16. Somalia faces a cholera epidemic, UN says
  17. Riots, wild markets Did space storms drive us mad
  18. Fukushima shakes again in 6.0 quake
  19. Toxic seaweed closes French beaches
  20. Japan tsunami also shook up Earth's atmosphere

Friday - August 12, 2011:

  1. Ten days of secret slaughter: Syrian death toll approaches 400 since massacre on the eve of Ramadan
  2. 'Syrian forces kill five, storm towns in north and west'
  3. Syrian troops push into Saraqib
  4. Report: Syrian Rebels Getting Weapons from Lebanon
  5. Obama to toughen stance on Syria with call for Assad's departure
  6. Tensions ripple in Syria as U.S., Turkey address crisis
  7. More US Sanctions Against Syria
  8. Iran May Abandon Assad – Analyst
  9. Germany to propose unelected 'stability council' for EU
  10. China’s aircraft carrier threatens “the stability of the Pacific”
  11. Drought deepens in South; Texas driest in century
  12. Alaska volcano erupting with lava streams from crater
  13. Solar Storms Building Toward Peak in 2013, NASA Predicts

Thursday - August 11, 2011:

  1. Analysis: Syria's crackdown hits ally Hezbollah's image
  2. Bloodshed in Syria backfiring on government
  3. Death toll mounts in Syria crackdowns
  4. Syria justifies deadly crackdown by insisting ‘terrorists’ are behind violence
  5. Erdogan wants Syrian reforms in 15 days
  6. Turkish media harden stance on Syria killings
  7. Syria goads Turkey by attacking towns along their border
  8. Bahrainis call for expulsion of Syrian ambassadors from Arab countries
  9. US Treasury says new sanctions target Syrian government finances
  10. US Considers Call for Assad to Step Down
  11. Cameron Will 'Do What's Necessary' to Quell Riots in Britain
  12. Police calm London, but riots flare across UK
  13. N. Korea tasks team to kill South's defence minister
  14. South Korea returns fire on North in disputed waters
  15. PAKISTAN: Red Mosque imam ready for war to ‘talebanise’ Pakistan
  16. U.K. cracking down on 'sharia law zones'
  17. China's first aircraft carrier launches with pride amid regional tensions
  18. Interview with an Islamist
  19. Sun Unleashes Largest Solar Flare in Years
  20. Swamp fire consumes 2,500 acres
  21. 5.7-magnitude quake shakes Pakistan

Wednesday - August 10, 2011:

  1. Syria comes under global reproach for crackdown
  2. Syria defies world reproach, orders new raids
  3. Syrian tanks enter town near Turkey, expand assault
  4. Syrian death toll rises as Arab states protest
  5. 30 reported dead in Syria even as Turkey joins global condemnation of Assad regime
  6. Assad finishes off his defense minister, sends Davotuglu away empty-handed
  7. King Abdullah's move on Syria hailed as preemptive Arab initiative
  8. UK riots 2011 16k police ready to use plastic bullets keep lid on London's looters
  9. London Riots: Growing Calls For Army to be Deployed on Britain’s Streets
  10. UK riots could cost taxpayer £100m
  11. Egyptians riot over lack of police protection
  12. Russia developing new air defense systems
  13. Report shows rise in restrictions on religion
  14. Muifa inflicts heavy economic losses

Tuesday - August 9, 2011:

  1. Syrian tanks pound city, Saudi king condemns violence
  2. Saudi king demands end to Syria killing, pulls ambassador
  3. Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Kuwait pull ambassadors from Syria
  4. Libya rebels face offensive by Gaddafi forces
  5. Iran MP: Nuclear plant's launch delayed again
  6. Iran says U.S. 'will be taught the mother of all lessons'
  7. Second night of violence in London – and this time it was organised
  8. Eight shot to death in Ohio, including child
  9. 65-foot waves threaten Chinese chemical plant
  10. Indonesian volcano unleashes fresh burst
  11. Emergency declared over swine fever
  12. New Zealand's big bang was an exploding meteor, police say
  13. Storm bursts sea dyke near China chemical plant
  14. Texas drought will have lasting impact on ecosystems

Monday - August 8, 2011:

  1. Syrian tank assaults kill more than 60 in two cities
  2. Turkey revives military threat as Syrian tanks storm Deir al-Zour
  3. Arab League calls on Syria to halt violence as more than 60 die in latest Assad crackdown
  4. Iran Loves Protests in ‘Disintegrating Zionist Regime’
  5. Police Shooting Fans Arson and Riots in Poor London Area
  6. Protesters attack police, burn cars in north London
  7. Camel caravan carrying weapons bombed
  8. Texas Gov. Perry: Repentance will Help US Find Its Economic Way
  9. Wildfire flares up in sizzling Oklahoma
  10. Power companies prepare as solar storms set to hit Earth
  11. More extreme weather in store across U.S.

Sunday - August 7, 2011:

  1. 200 tanks enter Hama, violence continues
  2. U.S. urges its citizens to leave Syria immediately
  3. Syrian defector: I was ordered to commit genocide
  4. Syria: Protesters getting paid by terrorists
  5. Syria to hold 'free elections' by year's end, FM says
  6. US has 'snatch-and-grab' plan for Pak's nuclear weapons
  7. CENTRAL ASIA: Danger of war over water growing
  8. Perry addresses 20,000 at prayer rally
  9. Power companies prepare as solar storms set to hit Earth
  10. Powerful typhoon bears down on China's east coast
  11. Orange goo baffles remote Alaska village
  12. Fish-eating shrimp leads alien wildlife invasion of UK rivers costing us £2billion a year

Saturday - August 6, 2011:

  1. Russia: NATO close to military steps in Syria for beachhead to attack Iran
  2. Medvedev says Syria’s leader will face a ‘sad fate’ if he fails to talk with his opponents
  3. Qaddafi Claims Alliance With Islamists
  4. Chile hit by violent anti-government protests
  5. INDONESIA: Sumatra Ramadan begins with the burning of two Protestant churches
  6. Typhoon Muifa approaches China, prompting high alert
  7. Floods, drought hit south central China
  8. Heat waves pushes Texas power grid into red zone

Friday - August 5, 2011:

  1. Syrian army’s siege on Hama triggers exodus
  2. People being “slaughtered like sheep” in besieged Syrian city of Hama, resident says
  3. The Orontes River runs red as Syrian anti-aircraft guns pound Hama
  4. Moscow warns against interference in Syrian conflict
  5. Gadhafi opponents from Tripoli join rebels, hope to be among first to free Libyan capital
  6. Report: Turkey Seizes Another Iranian Arms Shipment
  7. Mubarak trial rivets an Arab world in tumult
  8. Millions desperate as famine spreads in Somalia
  9. 29,000 Somali children under 5 dead in famine
  10. Texas sees power outages in brutal heat wave
  11. American lake turns blood-red, sparking end-times wonder
  12. Shanghai, nearby ports brace for powerful typhoon

Thursday - August 4, 2011:

  1. Syrian tanks occupy main Hama square, shell city
  2. Al Assad lost all humanity, UN chief says
  3. SYRIA: Hama “inhuman” Syrian army offensive against the rebels continues
  4. U.S. considers tough, unilateral Syria sanctions
  5. UN could impose 'tough sanctions' on Syria
  6. Libya's Rebels Hope for Ramadan Offensive
  7. Port crisis brings Iraq-Kuwait relations to new low
  8. UN hit in biggest-ever series of cyber attacks uncovered
  9. Rise of the killer bug: Super-salmonella that cannot be treated is spreading across Europe
  10. Video: U.N. says famine has spread

Wednesday - August 3, 2011:

  1. Syrian rights group: 24 killed on first day of Ramadan
  2. Arabs angry over Syria crackdown but gov'ts silent
  3. 'Saboteurs' set fire to offices in Syria, storm courthouse
  4. Hague: Syria sanctions send message of accountability
  5. Italy recalls ambassador to Syria
  6. Moscow defends Assad, seeks nuclear deal with Iran by freezing sanctions
  7. Fighting kills 35 in Karachi bloodshed officials
  8. Pakistan urges clear US 'terms of engagement'
  9. Middle Eastern Christians and anti-Semitism
  10. Up to six more Somalia regions may face famine - UN
  11. Globalization is the weapon of repression in China
  12. Sudden hot spell turns Norfolk Broads into pea soup as rampant poison algae spreads
  13. Drought causes water shortage in China
  14. Putin says U.S. is parasite on global economy

Tuesday - August 2, 2011:

  1. Assad's tanks blast all of northern Syria day after 150 die in two cities
  2. EU expands sanctions against Syria, targets 5 more military and government officials
  3. Syria's use of force against civilians must end - Russian Foreign Ministry
  4. Germany requests urgent UNSC meeting on Syria
  5. Unrest, gov’t crackdowns, rising food prices cast pall on holy month of Ramadan in Arab world
  6. Libyan rebels under increasing strain after attack on 'renegades' in Benghazi
  7. KOREA: Pyongyang eager to resume nuclear talks
  8. Florida, Opposing Health Care Act, Refuses Federal Funds
  9. Authority urges private sector to explore benefits of digtal ID
  10. Tornado in large Russian city ‘first ever’ - expert
  11. Large quake strikes Papua New Guinea
  12. Sparks fly 250 metres into the air as Mount Etna erupts for eight time this year
  13. Blistering July heat leaves records smoldering

Monday - August 1, 2011:

  1. Iranian Revolutionary Guards train new Hamas commando brigade in Gaza
  2. New Videos of Syrian Tanks Firing on Civilians and Mosque
  3. 140 killed as Syrian tanks storm Hama
  4. After 150 deaths in two Syrian cities, US accuses Assad of 'full-on warfare'
  5. The End for Assad? High Ranking Officers Desert, Join Rebels
  6. Arab Regimes Fear Ramadan will Be Month of Violence
  7. US commanders concerned about Ramadan fighting
  8. Rival rebel factions clash in Libya, 4 dead
  9. Turkey looks to restore order after top generals quit
  10. Report: Iraq More Dangerous, Iran Suspect
  11. 11 dead, 32 injured in 2 outbreaks of violence in troubled northwestern China
  12. Earthquake measuring 6.4 jolts northeast Japan
  13. Firefighters battle 20 wildfires in Russian Far East
  14. Comet races toward Earth at peak of God's holy days

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