Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Thu September 1, 2011Breaking News
Qassam missile aimed from Gaza explodes on empty ground in the Eshkol region Wednesday night • Qaddafi's son Saif al Islam tells Syrian-based TV: The fight
goes on and victory is close • He said his father is fine and more than 20,000 armed youths are in Sirte ready to fight for him to the death • In contrast,
his brother Saadi Qaddafi talking to Al Arabiya TV said he was officially commissioned to contact the NTC and negotiate a settlement to avoid any further
bloodshed • Qaddafi's FM Abdelati Obeidi arrested west of Tripoli • The UK to send unfrozen Qaddafi assets totaling $1.6bn to Libya • Sarkozy warns that
Iran's advances in long-range missiles and nuclear weapons could lead unnamed countries to launch a pre-emptive attack • This would provoke a major crisis
that France wants to avoid • But Iran refuses to negotiate seriously, said the French president • Iran dispatches a submarine and warship to the Red Sea
day after Israel deployed two missile ships off Eilat in the Gulf of Aden • Italy breaks ranks with EU oil embargo against Syria by demanding its postponement
until November • August was the deadliest month for US troops in the 10-year Afghan war with a death toll of sixty-six • Israel's Iron Dome short-range
rocket interceptor is deployed in Ashdod Wednesday, the third to come straight off the production line • Al Qaeda's No. 2 Atiya Abd al-Rahman said killed
by a US drone attack airs a videotape to prove he is alive • Amnesty reports at least 88 people, including 10 children, died in detention in Syria in last
five months • They were subjected to beatings, burns, electric shocks and other abuse • Moscow reports eight dead, including 7 policemen, after suicide
bombers in Grozny, Chechnya blew themselves up during a police search •

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