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French war planes pounded Libyan targets Saturday evening, the first foreign strikes enforcing a United Nations "no-fly" zone over Libya, following an emergency international summit in Paris earlier in the day. (Full Story)
Japanese officials say radiation levels have reached dangerous levels around an earthquake-damaged nuclear plant after a fire broke out in a storage pond holding used nuclear fuel rods. (Full Story)
Protesters in Libya staged a new push to oust long-time leader Moammar Gadhafi Friday, with reports of gunfire against demonstrators in the capital. (Full Story)
Friday was the day the demonstrators had been awaiting. The announcement of Mr. Mubarak’s resignation drew an immediate roar of cheers and honking automobile horns throughout Cairo that went on for hours. It was 18 days of sometimes violent demonstrations that forced the man who ruled Egypt for nearly 30 years to step down. (Full Story)
ElBaradei told some 5,000 protesters in Cairo's Tahrir Square Sunday that they "cannot go back." He called for "a new Egypt" in which every citizen "lives in freedom and dignity."

Tens of thousands of Egyptians were protesting in Cairo's Tahrir Square Monday, defying a government-imposed curfew as they continue to press for an end to President Hosni Mubarak's nearly 30-year rule. (Full Story)

by Rabab Fayad

Geneva - What started with a desperate act by one individual four weeks ago in Tunisia, turned into a social media campaign and culminated in a revolution that ousted President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali from power after almost 30 years of rule. The revolution – a grassroots movement – was spurred by the suicide of an unemployed 26-year-old college graduate who set himself on fire after police confiscated his fruit cart. (Full Story)

Officials with the country's main labor union, the UGTT, announced Tuesday that the group's three ministers were withdrawing because the union has decided it will not recognize the new government (Full Story)
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has urged citizens of all faiths, including Copts and Muslims to stand up against what he called terrorist acts such as the church bombing that killed at least 21 people early Saturday. Scores of others were wounded. (Full Story)
Jakarta/Brussels - The Indonesian government needs a strategy to address growing religious intolerance, particularly in areas where hardline Islamists and Christian evangelicals are competing for the same ground. (Full Story)
NATO’s leaders decided to develop a Missile Defence capability to protect NATO’s populations and territories in Europe against ballistic missile attacks. The Alliance’s Heads of State and Government stated that they see this as a core element of NATO’s collective defence task in view of the growing threat of the proliferation of ballistic missile technology and weapons of mass destruction. (Full Story)
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