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Lebanon on edge after car bomb kills security chief

20 October 2012

Lebanese Prime Minister Najib Mikati said on Saturday he had been asked by the president to stay in his post as fear and anger over the assassination of a senior intelligence chief opposed to the Syrian leadership gripped the country

Colombia and FARC agree to further talks

20 October 2012

First peace talks in a decade ended with little progress, with the sides agreeing to meet again next month in Cuba

EU leaders agree on banking supervisor

20 October 2012

The deal, reached at a summit of EU leaders in Brussels, represents a shaky compromise between France and Germany

UN urges military action plan for Mali

13 October 2012

Security Council gives West African nations 45 days to provide details of plan for international military intervention

U.S. thinks Iran behind cyberattack in Saudi Arabia

13 October 2012

U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta referred to in a major cybersecurity speech on Thursday the “shamoon” virus for the first time publicly, saying it erased critical files on about 30,000 computers at Saudi Aramco, the world’s largest oil company

NGO: Syria Conflict Death Toll at Least 33,000

13 October 2012

Violence in Syria has killed at least 33,082 people, most of them civilians, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitoring group said on Saturday

EU wins 2012 Nobel Peace Prize, despite debt crisis

12 October 2012

The European Union won the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday for its historic role in uniting the continent in an award meant as a morale boost for the bloc as it struggles to resolve its debt crisis

Biden clashes with Ryan over economy, foreign policy

12 October 2012

Democrat Joe Biden and Republican congressman Paul Ryan traded barbs in the first and only vice-presidential debate of the 2012 election campaign on Friday

Turkey returns fire after Syria attack

08 October 2012

Turkey's military launched a retaliatory strike after Syria fired a mortar shell into countryside in Turkey's southern province of Hatay on Monday

Syrian conflict looms over Iraq PM’s visit to Russia

08 October 2012

Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki heads to Moscow on Monday to boost defense and trade ties, but events in Syria loom large over talks between two states criticized over their support for Damascus

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