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  1. Presenting the Obama Doctrine
  2. Commentary: Israel So Nu
  3. Why would Obama plump for controversy over Israel?

Tuesday - May 31, 2011:

  1. Rare treat Three eclipses in June and July
  2. US-Russian deal for two rulers who survived the Arab revolt
  3. Analysis: Al-Qaida exploiting failed states for sovereignty
  4. Assad, Nasrallah discuss 'Syrian reform'
  5. Eleven killed in wider Syria military push
  6. Torture of boy reinvigorates Syria’s protest movement
  7. Islamist militants control 2nd Yemeni town
  8. Yemen hits Islamic militants with airstrikes
  9. NATO: Ground force may be needed in Libya after Gaddafi
  10. Under pressure, Syria offers full nuclear cooperation
  11. China drought affects 35 million people
  12. China's land of fish and rice parched by drought
  13. Tons of fish die and rot in Philippine fish farms
  14. Goldman Sachs sees $5 gas this summer

Monday - May 30, 2011:

  1. As Iran’s woes multiply, leaders wrestle for power
  2. Gaddafi to be told to stand down or face Apache attack
  3. Iran Helps Syria Kill Protesters; Tanks Surround Two Cities
  4. Report: Syrian soldiers shot by fellow comrades
  5. Syria forces kill 5 as Assad tanks attack protests in central towns
  6. Al Qaeda Wins, Takes Control of Yemini Coastal Town
  7. Netanyahu Quotes Expert Who Said He ‘Eviscerated Obama’
  8. North Korea naval base nearly complete
  9. White House set for Obama-Netanyahu-Abbas summit. Israel downbeat

Sunday - May 29, 2011:

  1. Maybe doomsday is near
  2. Air strikes, Russian pressure squeeze Gaddafi
  3. NATO stages rare daytime air strike on Tripoli
  4. NATO says destroyed Gaddafi compound guard towers
  5. Iran sends advisers to Syria to help quell unrest: report
  6. 'Sources hint Syria involved in Lebanon UNIFIL bombing'
  7. Pakistani military worried about collaborators
  8. Islamic radicals invade Jamaica?
  9. Russia to lift grain export ban from July 1 - PM
  10. Drought cuts across Europe, hurts harvests and food prices
  11. Oman residents pray for rain
  12. Satellite images show large sediment plumes from flooding
  13. Soggy Northern Plains braces for 2nd slug of water
  14. West to have 80,000 cruise missiles by 2020 - interview

Saturday - May 28, 2011:

  1. G8 leaders omit mention of 1967 borders in Middle East statement
  2. G8 threatens Syria with 'further measures' in face of persisting crackdowns
  3. Syria forces kill seven protesters as world pressure on Assad grows
  4. Turkey urges Syria to impose reforms as protests rage
  5. Official in Egypt Terror Group Rejects Marches Towards Israel
  6. Egyptians rally to press military rulers
  7. Heavy snows spoil weekend holiday plans in West

Friday - May 27, 2011:

  1. Europeans seek UN condemnation of Syria
  2. 'G8 to threaten Syria with UN Security Council action'
  3. Syria video shows 'shoot to kill' policy Amnesty
  4. Spanish police stop illegal sale of Israeli military helicopters to Iran
  5. Muslim Brotherhood Aims for Islamic Egyptian State
  6. Qaddafi and rebel commanders agree on truce. NATO carries on war
  7. Sudan masses more troops and tanks
  8. Civil war looms in Yemen
  9. Mideast Quartet envoy Tony Blair: Obama anxious about Israel's fate
  10. CHINA: Three Gorges Dam blamed for China’s worst drought in 50 years

Thursday - May 26, 2011:

  1. Outside View: Somber warning from the Arab Spring
  2. PAKISTAN: Peshawar, suicide bomb targets army barracks, six dead and 20 injured
  3. LEBANON: Patriarch Rahi slams irresponsible politicians for Lebanon’s paralysis
  4. Russia unites Palestinians on East Jerusalem issue
  5. Turkey ditches Assad, calls off participation in Gaza flotilla
  6. Democrats join Republicans in questioning Obama’s policy on Israel
  7. New twisters after 15 killed in 3 states
  8. US tornado death toll climbs to over 120, others missing
  9. China faces severe drought along Yangtze
  10. Tornadoes hit Oklahoma and Kansas as deadly storms move east
  11. China power crunch to worsen as drought slashes hydro

Wednesday - May 25, 2011:

  1. Netanyahu in Congress: J'lem will not be divided
  2. LIBYA: NATO raids on Tripoli stepped up. Three dead and over 150 injured
  3. NATO launches largest airstrike against Gaddafi regime
  4. Syria rights group 1,100 civilians killed since start of uprising
  5. Iranian Refinery Blast before Ahmadinejad Rants against US
  6. Ahmadinejad survives assassination attempt
  7. Five killed in shelling near Yemen tribal chief home - source
  8. Al Qaeda's Saif al-Adal masterminded Pakistani base assault
  9. Twisters claim lives, toss cars in Okla.
  10. Gales batter northern Britain, killing two
  11. Alien weed hits cotton, wheat in Syria, Iraq FAO

Tuesday - May 24, 2011:

  1. EU imposes sanctions on Assad
  2. EU tightens sanctions against Syrian president, Iran
  3. NATO airstrikes rattle Tripoli
  4. France, NATO to deploy helicopters in Libya
  5. Moroccan police beat, injure hundreds of protesters Sunday
  6. Oman government offices set on fire, guard killed
  7. gulfnews Pakistan navy base siege near the end, security official says
  8. Iraq signs natural gas import deal with Iran to ease power woes
  9. Airlines cancel flights as ash nears Europe
  10. Forest fires rage in Russia's Far East, Siberia
  11. Turkish authorities say recent quake renders over 2,000 homes uninhabitable

Monday - May 23, 2011:

  1. MK Katz Warns AIPAC, ‘Obama Put a Gun to Israel’s Head’
  2. Obama: Israel's borders to differ from 1967 lines. Withdrawal against security
  3. Obama Unilateral recognition of Palestine is worthless without peace talks
  4. Obama’s sour notes in Israel are music to Europeans
  5. Iran's military gets new missile system
  6. Video: Syrian Forces Shoot Young Boy as Death Toll Reaches 900
  7. Amid new bombs, Tripoli says Obama 'delusional'
  8. Libyan Civil War Spills Into Tunisia
  9. Obama: U.S. could initiate more strikes against al-Qaida leaders in Pakistan
  10. BREAKING NEWS: Huge twister kills 89 in Mo_ town
  11. Almost 200 wildfires burn in Russia
  12. Iceland closes main airport amid volcano eruption
  13. Ash could hit Scotland Tuesday, airlines warned
  14. Tornado kills one, damages 200 houses in Kansas

Sunday - May 22, 2011:

  1. Middle East Quartet supports Obama's 1967 borders call
  2. Netanyahu is one of 12 Mid East leaders saying no to Obama
  3. New Al-Qaeda chief pledges major attack on London to avenge Bin Laden's death
  4. Saleh: Al-Qaeda to take over Yemen
  5. Iran arrests 30 in alleged US spy ring
  6. Syria buries its dead after anti-regime protests
  7. NATO widens Libya pressure amid questions on goal
  8. Libya criticizes NATO attacks in Tripoli
  9. Libya rebels say government shells port city
  10. Get ready for lots of dry summers as Government warns water companies of droughts
  11. Five dead as landslide hits Malaysian orphanage

Saturday - May 21, 2011:

  1. Obama's speech stuns Israelis. Netanyahu rejects 1967 lines
  2. PM meets with Obama amid tensions between J'lem, US
  3. European officials back Obama on 1967 borders for Palestinian state
  4. Republicans charge Obama betrayed Israel
  5. EDITORIAL: Iran encircles Israel
  6. 27 killed in protests across Syria including 10-year-old boy
  7. Be careful with Assad, Ankara warns
  8. Syria accuses US of meddling in its internal affairs
  9. Nato strikes eight Libyan warships overnight Friday
  10. Sun-dried French fields cloud farmers' mood
  11. Russian general warns of ‘mad arms race’ if NATO and Russia don’t agree on missile defense
  12. PAKISTAN: Punjab, anti-Christian violence nurses sequestered, families evicted from home
  13. Farm states suffer expanded drought, wheat suffers
  14. 5.8-magnitude quake hits Turkey
  15. Further flooding expected in Fiji Saturday morning

Friday - May 20, 2011:

  1. Obama tells Israel 1967 borders key to peace
  2. Ahmadinejad's enemies scent blood in Iran power struggle
  3. EU will sharply expand Iran sanctions, diplomats say
  4. Obama imposes sanctions on Syrian leader, 6 aides
  5. Obama says Syria's Assad must reform or go
  6. Syria says sanctions on Assad serve Israeli interests
  7. Syrian Tanks Fire on Al-Arida Homes
  8. West Hijacked Our Rain Clouds, Says Ahmadinejad
  9. Tornado damages buildings, none hurt
  10. U.S. weather extremes show new 'normal' climate

Thursday - May 19, 2011:

  1. Tanks bombard Syrian town for fourth consecutive day
  2. EU panel adds Assad to sanctions list
  3. US to sanction Syria's Assad for human rights abuses
  4. Assad: Security forces made mistakes
  5. Iran Bushehr nuclear plant operational
  6. Iran rejects US sanctions as 'psychological warfare'
  7. Iran may have hacked computers of UN nuclear inspectors, report says
  8. Iranian lawmakers seek Ahmadinejad's impeachment - TV
  9. The Venezuelan Missile Crisis: The Parallels Hold Up
  10. Beijing rejects charges of weapons shipments to Pyongyang and Tehran
  11. More al Qaeda appointments after Saif al-Adal named command and revenge chief
  12. Obama says Mideast peace bid more vital than ever
  13. Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood seeks power, softens image
  14. Russia to enhance strike potential if missile cooperation with NATO fails

Wednessday - May 18, 2011:

  1. Iran sticks to nuclear reactor plans despite significant earthquake risks
  2. Iran denies UN report it exchanged missiles with N. Korea
  3. Iran president takes over OPEC temporarily
  4. 'Die Welt' Iran building rocket bases in Venezuela
  5. Explosions rock Tripoli
  6. gulfnews Gaddafi's oil minister flees Libya for Tunisia, official says
  7. Libya to use human shields to protect against NATO bombing
  8. Libya to honor UN resolution if NATO ends airstrikes
  9. NATO helicopter attack injures 2 Pakistani soldiers
  10. Watch: Syrian army beats students
  11. Syria says report of mass grave in Deraa 'untrue'
  12. Obama to get tough with Assad. Syrian-Israeli flare-up expected ***
  13. Mississippi Floods Lash Louisiana and Mississippi
  14. Russia's spring crop sowing falls 24 pct
  15. 'Dustbowl Britain' faces repeat of 1976 drought as dry spell drags on and crop failures lead to higher food prices
  16. Fires still burning in Ariz., N.M., Texas

Tuesday - May 17, 2011:

  1. We must bomb Gaddafi more, says UK general after tyrant's hideout is found under children's playground
  2. ICC Prosecutor seeks Gaddafi arrest over protest deaths
  3. Army shelling kills seven in Syrian protest town - group
  4. Syrians fleeing besieged city tell of shelling, execution-style killings, stench of the dead
  5. North Korean technicians in Iran to build nuclear weapons
  6. Ayatollah: Iran’s president ‘bewitched’ by senior aide
  7. Gunmen kill Saudi diplomat in Pakistan
  8. India, Pakistan exchange border fire after soldier
  9. Kerry warns Pakistan on Afghanistan stability
  10. Libyan oil company halts production
  11. Homes burning down as thousands flee Alberta town following wildfire
  12. Louisiana bayou towns brace for flooding impact
  13. Russian wildfires double in size
  14. Two-week heatwave on its way as forecasters predict hottest May in 350 years
  15. 6.5 quake rocks Papua New Guinea

Monday - May 16, 2011:

  1. 2 Al Qaeda Suspects Arrested in Tunisia
  2. Iranian Paper: Israel, America Worse than Bin Laden
  3. Heavy gunfire in Syrian protest town; 7 reported dead
  4. Two Egyptian protesters shot, blast near Sinai tomb
  5. Gunmen fire on protesters in Yemen, wounding 35
  6. More in store from Syria after easy breach of Israel's Golan border
  7. Residents fleeing Syrian town tell of arrests, terror
  8. Pakistan parliament condemns bin Laden killing
  9. Flood evacuation ordered in Louisiana
  10. Manitoba breach flooding downsized
  11. Manitoba floods farms to avoid catastrophic breach
  12. Old levee breaches in Mississippi as main levee holds
  13. Weather helps 73 wildfires in Alberta

Sunday - May 15, 2011:

  1. 11 die in NATO strike on Libyan command center
  2. Report: Gaddafi hiding in Tripoli caverns
  3. Egypt’s liberals worry about loss of clout
  4. Muslim contender for Egyptian presidency designed for US approval
  5. Hundreds of Syrians, including wounded people, flee to Lebanon to escape violence
  6. Syria acknowledges ‘legitimate demands’ as protests continue
  7. Syria: 3 killed in crackdown on Homs
  8. Yemen opposition declares week of wider riots to oust president
  9. Iran president dismisses three ministers in power struggle
  10. Iran warns West it will allow transit of drugs to Europe if criticism continues
  11. Suicide bomb deaths rattle U.S.-Pakistan relations
  12. Japan's disaster zone hit by fresh quake
  13. Magnitude 6.0 quake hits near Costa Rica capital

Saturday - May 14, 2011:

  1. Protests erupt in Hama, eastern Syria as death toll rises
  2. Crackdowns fail to deter protesters
  3. Report: Russia blocks UN report on Iran arms
  4. Report: Fingers pointed at Syria in Hariri probe
  5. Russia may take action over U.S. missile shield
  6. Hottest April for a century plunges parts of Britain into drought
  7. Freak weather wrecks up to 80% of harvest
  8. Mt Etna bursts into life again, airport closed
  9. U.S. on record pace for high-cost weather disasters
  10. Scientists find MRSA germ in supermarket meats

Friday - May 13, 2011:

  1. On the Way to a European Super State?
  2. Russian official: Iran atomic plant to operate in weeks
  3. Despots’ downfall opens debate: justice vs reconciliation
  4. Bahrain military chief says Gulf troops to stay on
  5. Gaddafi on TV alive and well after Nato strikes which killed Gaddafi family members
  6. LIBYA: Air raids turn Tripoli into ghost town. Bishop give these people a rest
  7. 13 killed in Yemen protests
  8. Russia redrawing Europe energy map
  9. Two Men Arrested in New York Terror Case, Police Say
  10. China closes stretch of Yangtze due to drought report
  11. La Nina brings flood risks, drought to the West

Thursday - May 12, 2011:

  1. gulfnews Syrian army shells residential areas in central Syria Wednesday
  2. Tanks shell Syria's third-largest city
  3. UN chief urges Syria to halt crackdown on unrest
  4. UN Libya may be forcibly expelling migrants in attempt to flood Europe
  5. UAE calls on UN Security Council to step up protection of civilians in areas of conflict
  6. Muslim Brotherhood leader to run for Egypt presidency
  7. Radical Muslims will seize power if Assad regime falls - adviser
  8. Report: Iran receives another nuclear fuel batch from Russia
  9. UN: Iran using front companies to circumvent nuclear sanctions
  10. '3rd Intifada' rally to be held at Miami Israeli consulate
  11. Strong quakes kill or injure dozens in Spain
  12. Manitoba to break dike on flooded river Thursday
  13. 26 dead as Tropical storm leaves Philippines
  14. Bedbugs with 'superbug' germ found
  15. Presbyterians to allow gays to be ordained ministers

Wednesday - May 11, 2011:

  1. Iran ridicules Dagan’s remark on possible military strike
  2. 'Iran ready for EU's offer of fresh nuclear negotiations'
  3. Iran nuclear plant operates at low level in key step
  4. EU imposes arms embargo on 13 Syrian officials
  5. British-born wife of Syrian dictator 'hiding in the UK with their three children'
  6. Assad tightens grip on Syria's restive third city Homs
  7. Syrian military sends tanks into areas of unrest, as Obama weighs calling for regime change
  8. Tripoli sites bombed, rebels claim Misrata gains
  9. With Help From NATO, Libyan Rebels Gain Ground
  10. Libyan council discusses ways to rebuild country
  11. NATO whittles down Qaddafi's strength but displays European weakness
  12. Sources Six killed in Yemen protests
  13. Threat of civil war looms over Egypt, an appeal to the international community
  14. Cairo tense after religious clashes
  15. Egyptians Plan March to Gaza and Additional Anti-Israel Action
  16. Earthquake deaths increasing worldwide - UN report
  17. 7.1 magnitude quake off Vanuatu, no tsunami warning
  18. Two quakes hit southern and central Philippines

Tuesday - May 10, 2011:

  1. Analysis: Iran leadership row weakens Ahmadinejad
  2. Iran doing final pre-start tests at nuclear plant
  3. Clashes erupt in restive Syrian city; casualties reported
  4. Syrian authorities conduct house-to-house raids in crackdown as Assad vows to overcome crisis
  5. Syrian authorities detain hundreds in fresh raids
  6. Mass arrests, battles seen across Syria
  7. Witnesses: Forces in Yemen fire on teacher protest; 2 die
  8. Is Gadhafi Preparing to Use Mustard Gas on Rebels?
  9. North American Integration Plot

Monday - May 9, 2011:

  1. Libya RAF Tornados destroy Libyan missile launchers
  2. Heavy fighting near Libya's Misrata airport: rebels
  3. Boy killed in Syria unrest; at least 200 said detained in mass arrests
  4. Italy to supply Libyan rebels with weapons-spokesman
  5. Libyan forces destroys Misrata fuel tanks
  6. Miles-long fuel lines, shuttered shops and empty streets as shortages choke Tripoli
  7. Iran helping Syrian regime crack down on protesters, say diplomats
  8. Syrian city of Homs under siege
  9. Tunisia: Jasmine Revolution, Part II?
  10. Thousands demand reform in Morocco rally
  11. Turkey: Thousands attend bin Laden 'funeral'
  12. Turkey’s Middle East drive falters in Arab Spring
  13. 50 Alaska homes evacuated after explosives found
  14. Egypt says 190 face army court over church clash
  15. Mississippi begins to 'wrap its arms' around Memphis
  16. Pro-Hamas Israel-Hate Fest in Germany
  17. US Special Forces go after Mullah Omer, Ayman Zawahiri, Seif al-Adel

Sunday - May 8, 2011:

  1. Security forces fire on hundreds of protesters
  2. 'Civilian killings in Syrian demonstrations rise to 800'
  3. Syria sends tanks to coastal town as protests spread
  4. Syrian tanks storm Sunni districts
  5. Syria 'washes pools of blood' from the streets as army arrests all men over 15 in rebel city
  6. Syria sanctions declared as violent crackdown continues
  7. US threatens new action unless Syria stops killings
  8. Libyan shells fall in Tunisia in renewed border fighting
  9. Earth-centered religions get chapel at Air Force Academy
  10. France to support Palestinian state if peace talks delayed
  11. GCC-Iran crisis expected to top Riyadh advisory summit
  12. Iran's supreme leader tells Ahmadinejad accept minister or quit
  13. Morgellons A hidden epidemic or mass hysteria?
  14. Muslim fury over Bin Laden's death erupts at Friday prayers
  15. Who else is condemning the US for killing bin Laden?
  16. The US pushes Pakistani intelligence to the wall
  17. Officials worry about more Calif. fires

Saturday - May 7, 2011:

  1. Ahmadinjead allies arrested on suspicion of sorcery
  2. Cornered Pakistan may strike India to salvage lost pride
  3. Post-Mubarak Egypt signals policy shifts
  4. EGYPT: Muslim Brotherhood, a greater danger than Bin Laden
  5. Food shortage looms in Libya
  6. France expels 14 Libyan diplomats for loyalty to Gaddafi
  7. Arab, Western coalition agrees to aid Libyan rebels
  8. Pakistan issues veiled threat to US
  9. US, Pakistan threaten each other with military action
  10. Syrian secret police arrest opposition leader, activists say
  11. Syrian forces kill 5 protestors
  12. Levee breach swamps insurance plan
  13. Memphis waits for river to rise
  14. Netanyahu: With bin Laden dead, Iran Supreme Leader is world's greatest threat

Friday - May 6, 2011:

  1. Syrian troops start withdrawal from Daraa
  2. Clinton: US considering sanctions against Syria
  3. US, Italy call for sanctions against Syria following troop raids on homes
  4. SYRIA Cities under siege as more than a thousand arrests are made in two days
  5. Mass arrests reported in Damascus suburb
  6. Libya faces fuel crisis as oil supplies dwindle
  7. Ivory Coast forces stamp out Gbagbo resistance
  8. Report: Egypt to double price of Israel-bound natural gas
  9. Britain, France mull Palestinian statehood
  10. Netanyahu coming to White House
  11. Levee blast means lost year for farmers
  12. Flooded S. Quebec gets help from military
  13. No major disaster declaration for Texas
  14. States ask US court to overturn health overhaul
  15. Russia threatens crude trade measures to ensure gasoline supplies
  16. Six Planets Now Aligned in the Dawn Sky
  17. EU to speak with one voice at United Nations

Thursday - May 5, 2011:

  1. UN votes to give European Union special rights
  2. Outside View: Is Iran looking to Africa to secure uranium ore?
  3. Syria charges hundreds with 'degrading the state'
  4. How will Al-Qaida plan attacks without bin Laden?
  5. Pakistan we told US about suspected Bin Laden compound in 2009
  6. White House fumbles getting its Osama bin Laden story straight
  7. PAKISTAN: Bin Laden’s death could spark a conflict between Christianity and Islam
  8. First the tears, now the anger as backlash over Bin Laden's death grows
  9. Osama bin Laden killing prompts US-Pakistan war of words
  10. Jerusalem imam: Obama will soon hang
  11. Bin Laden's Son: Worst Is Yet to Come
  12. Interfaith delegation travels to Istanbul
  13. Libyan leaders face arrest on war crimes charges
  14. Gadhafi forces shell besieged Libyan port, killing 4 amid chaos as aid ship arrives
  15. NATO chief says financing rebels trying to overthrow Gadhafi would make Libyan civilians safer
  16. UK Palestinian 'Embassy' wipes Israel off the map
  17. Rare twin waterspouts tower above Hawaii as storms lash island

Wednesday - May 4, 2011:

  1. Iran, Egypt form closer ties
  2. Iranian state TV carries report of Israeli build-up
  3. Bin Laden – the conspiracy?
  4. Osama bin Laden raid yields trove of computer data
  5. 'Syrian forces deploy in Banias arresting Sunnis'
  6. Syria forces wrest control of Banias from pro-democracy demonstrators
  7. Facing condemnation over bloody crackdown, Syria uses intimidation, threats
  8. Syria gives 15-day surrender ultimatum to protesters
  9. Syrian activists go into hiding to avoid arrest
  10. Syrian demonstrators vow week of protests to break siege at Dera'a
  11. Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood calls for US troops to withdraw
  12. U.S. And NATO Allies Initiate Libyan Scenario For Syria – Analysis
  13. Libya rebels ask Nato for help as Gaddafi forces bombard Misrata
  14. Is Gaddafi plotting chemical assault against Libyan rebels?
  15. UK arrests five in terror alert near nuclear site
  16. Mofaz: US has adopted Israel's targeted killing strategy
  17. Why do US officials link Bin Laden killing with the Arab Revolt?
  18. Al-Qaida warns U.S. of 'big revenge' over Osama death
  19. Cleric: Jihad coming to 'heart of America'
  20. Record-breaking dry spell fuels huge moorland blazes across UK
  21. Army Corps starts to blow up levee, flood 130,000 acres in Missouri

Tuesday - May 3, 2011:

  1. US Record 312 twisters in single day
  2. Libya rebels: Gaddafi should face bin Laden's fate
  3. Media Highlights 46% Anti-Semitism Drop, Forgets 2009 Doubling
  4. Syrian regime's shells pound Deraa's Roman quarter
  5. Unrest in Syria threatens regional stability
  6. Iranian commander warns Saudi of domestic unrest
  7. Osama bin Laden buried at sea. His last haven was a Pakistani military town
  8. Heat on Pakistan over bin Laden 'sanctuary'
  9. State Dept. warns of anti-U.S. reprisals

Monday - May 2, 2011:

  1. Osama bin Laden is dead
  2. Egypt calls on US to recognize Palestinian state
  3. Muslim Brotherhood Hoping for Half of Egyptian Parliament
  4. UK expels Libyan ambassador after attack on mission
  5. Qaddafi escapes NATO air strike which kills his son, three grandsons
  6. Gaddafi calls on war with Italy
  7. Libya crisis UN leaves Tripoli amid mob attacks
  8. US Approves Sale of Second Super-Hercules to Israel
  9. Sweeping arrests in Daraa, Douma Syria activists
  10. Syrian forces ordered to use all means to crush the rebellion
  11. Brussels merges England and France in new Arc Manche region... with its own FLAG
  12. Report: Iranian commander says Saudi deployment to Bahrain could spark domestic unrest
  13. Iran upgrading subs, drones, F-14 radars
  14. Death toll from March 11 quake, tsunami in Japan tops 14,700
  15. Kazakhstan jolted by 5th earthquake in last twenty-four hours
  16. Firefighters battle 10 wildfires in Russian Far East
  17. Record wildlife die-offs reported in Northern Rockies

Sunday - May 1, 2011:

  1. Western intelligence- 7 m. Syrians in revolt – too many for Assad to suppress
  2. 50 members of Syria's ruling party in besieged town submit resignation
  3. 'At least 62 killed in Syrian pro-democracy protests'
  4. White House calls on Syria's Assad to 'change course'
  5. EU imposes arms embargo on Syria
  6. Troops open fire as thousands hit streets in Syria and soldiers fight EACH OTHER
  7. Gaddafi ready for ceasefire, refuses to leave
  8. Libya- Gaddafi says ready for ceasefire, but not one-sided
  9. Libya threatens ships delivering aid to Misurata
  10. Political unrest turns bloody in Uganda
  11. Protests over Ugandan opposition leader's treatment leave two dead
  12. Twister outbreak is 2nd deadliest in US history
  13. Volcano In Ecuador Erupts Friday
  14. 6.1 quake hits off coast of Panama, no immediate reports of casualties
  15. Texas governor fumes over wildfires aid

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