1. Southern Beirut Hit By Suicide Bomber

    Southern Beirut Hit By Suicide Bomber

    A suicide bomber has blown himself up in a southern district of the Lebanese capital Beirut wounding several people, officials say. The interior minister said the bomber detonated explosives in a minibus during rush hour in Choueifat district. The area is home to a largely Christian and Druze population. There...

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  2. Baghdad Hostage Crisis Resolved

    Baghdad Hostage Crisis Resolved

    Iraqi security forces have ended a hostage crisis at a government building in Baghdad, but there are conflicting reports about the number of casualties. Officials said the six men who had stormed the transport ministry facility and taken several hostages were killed. Two policemen who had been guarding the building...

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  3. Baghdad Hostage Crisis Resolved

    Baghdad Hostage Crisis Resolved

    Iraqi security forces have ended a hostage crisis at a government building in Baghdad, but there are conflicting reports about the number of casualties. Officials said the six men who had stormed the transport ministry facility and taken several hostages were killed. Two policemen who had been guarding the building...

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  4. Hackers Breach Israel Defence Computers

    Hackers Breach Israel Defence Computers

    Israeli defence computers were compromised via a malicious email attachment, a computer security firm has revealed. The email was spoofed to look like it had been sent by Israel’s Shin Bet secret service tricking several people into opening it, said Seculert. The attack left hackers temporarily in control of 15...

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  5. Tunisia Welcomes New Constitution

    Tunisia Welcomes New Constitution

    Tunisia’s parliament has adopted a new constitution – the first since the ousting of President Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali three years ago. The National Constituent Assembly passed the text by 200 votes from 216. Analysts say politicians hope it will send out a message of stability after months of deadlock...

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  6. Tunisia Welcomes New Constitution

    Tunisia Welcomes New Constitution

    Tunisia’s parliament has adopted a new constitution – the first since the ousting of President Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali three years ago. The National Constituent Assembly passed the text by 200 votes from 216. Analysts say politicians hope it will send out a message of stability after months of deadlock...

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  7. At least 26 Killed in Baghdad Bombings

    At least 26 Killed in Baghdad Bombings

    At least 26 people have been killed in a series of bomb blasts across the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, police and medics say. Some 60 people may have also been wounded in the explosions, reports say. The deadliest single attack, in which seven people died, struck a busy market in the...

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