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Monday, August 1,2011

$180 million in cocaine seized from drug sub in Caribbean Sea, Coast Guard says

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
The U.S. Coast Guard has announced the capture of a submarine-like vessel off the Honduran coast and the seizure of some 15,000 pounds of cocaine with an estimated street value of $180 million.
Friday, July 29,2011

Police question Olso suspect; death toll raised to 77

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
Olso police questioned the man suspected in last week's twin terrorist attacks in Norway on Friday but published no details. They revised the death toll in the two attacks up by one to 77.
Friday, July 29,2011

9 protesters reportedly killed as demonstrations erupt across Syria

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
A battered but still boisterous Syrian opposition movement and a worn out and increasingly isolated government confronted each other again on Friday on the last Muslim Sabbath before the emotionally charged holy month of Ramadan.
Wednesday, July 27,2011

Britain recognizes Libyan rebels, ousts Gadhafi embassy staff

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
Britain has ordered the Libyan Embassy's remaining staff members to leave the country and has recognized the Libyan rebels' ruling council as the only official representative of the North African nation, Foreign Secretary William Hague told a televised news conference Wednesday.
Monday, July 25,2011

Iran signs $10 billion gas pipeline deal with Iraq, Syria

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
Iran on Monday signed a $10 billion deal with Iraq and Syria for the construction of a gas pipeline that would deliver natural gas from Iran to the two states and to Europe, state media reported.
Monday, July 25,2011

Suspect in Norway attacks charged, denied public platform in court

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
It was supposed to be a defining moment for Norwegian terror suspect Anders Behring Breivik. He'd hoped that the first hearing Monday into last week's twin attacks would be televised live by the world's media. He wanted to dress in a uniform to defend his actions as part of a bid to trigger an anti-Islamic revolution in Europe.
Monday, July 25,2011

At least 80 die in shooting rampage in Norway

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
A horrific shooting rampage at a youth summer camp left at least 80 people dead as Norway reeled from apparently related terrorist attacks in a nation long known as the home of the Nobel Peace Prize.
Friday, July 22,2011

Oslo explosion kills at least 2

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
A massive explosion rocked downtown Oslo on Friday, killing at least two people, injuring several others and causing widespread damage in Norway's government center, news reports said.
Tuesday, July 19,2011

Libyan rebels refuse to negotiate with Gadhafi

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
As the Libyan war grinds on across three fronts and rebel forces find themselves pinned down on their own territory outside two strategic eastern oil cities, the rebels' most resolute European ally, France, is insisting that they negotiate with Moammar Gadhafi to peacefully end their 5-month-old uprising.
Friday, July 15,2011

Refugees flee war and starvation in Somalia

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
To save themselves, Rahmo Ibrahim Madey and three of her children escaped on foot this month from southern Somalia's Bakol region — a drought-racked land controlled by the Islamist militants of al-Shabab.
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