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World News Atlas    Arab Countries     2011   July

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07-01 Hundreds of thousands in protests Syria
C. 07-02 Assad sacks key governor Hama, Syria
D. 07-02 Hezbollah reject Hariri warrants Lebanon
4. 07-05 Syria denies military campaign Hama, Syria
F. 07-05 Red Sea boat sinking 'kills 197' Red Sea, Sudan
G. 07-07 Syria accuses US of 'interfering' Hama, Syria
H. 07-10 Syrian activists call for end to violence Syria
8. 07-11 US and France embassies attacked Syria

Summary.     Click for More > US to aid Islamist Somali areas Militants: Aid ban in Somalia still in place Plane crash kills 78 in Morocco UK recognizes Libyan rebels, not Gadhafi Top Libyan rebel commander killed Map of Benghazi Libya  Gen Abdel Fattah Younes, the military commander of the Libyan rebels fighting to topple Col Muammar Gaddafi, has been killed Libyan rape accuser arrives in U.S. Nato air strike targets Libyan TV U.S. official: Iraq 'less safe' than last year Army, protesters clash, killing 71   Syrian tanks stormed the flashpoint city of Hama in one of several clashes nationwide that left at least 67 dead and more than 100 injured
Hundreds of thousands in protests  Hundreds of thousands of people have taken part in anti-government protests across Syria, despite the ongoing crackdown on dissent Assad sacks key governor Hezbollah reject Hariri warrants AU: No cooperation with Gadhafi warrant Syria denies military campaign Red Sea boat sinking 'kills 197' Syria accuses US of 'interfering' Syrian activists call for end to violence US and France embassies attacked   U.S. recognizes Libyan rebels' authority  The United States now recognizes the main opposition group in Libya 'as the legitimate governing authority' UN flies aid to Islamist Somalia Hosni Mubarak 'in a coma' Libyan, U.S. officials hold talks UN to declare famine in Somalia
Jul.1   Syria
Jul.2   Syria
  Lebanon
Jul.3   Equatorial Guinea
Jul.5   Syria
  Sudan
Jul.7   Syria
Jul.10   Syria
Jul.11   Syria
Jul.15   Istanbul
Jul.16   Somalia
Jul.17   Sinai
Jul.18   Tunisia
Jul.19   Somalia
  The United Nations is set to declare a famine in parts of Somalia as it suffers the worst drought in more than half a century
Jul.20   Somalia
Jul.22   Somalia
Jul.26   Morocco
Jul.27   London
Jul.28   Eastern Libya
Jul.29   New York
  Libya
Jul.30   Baghdad
Jul.31   Syria



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Middle East
Hundreds of thousands in protests
Iraq takes over billions in oil revenue
Bahraini Shia party to join talks
Assad sacks key governor
Hezbollah: Israel was behind Hariri killing
Syria 'deploys military in Hama'
Security forces in Syria raid homes
Clashes as court releases accused police
Syria denies military campaign
At least 16 dead after protests
Syria accuses US of 'interfering'
Syrian activists call for end to violence
US and France embassies attacked
Hosni Mubarak 'in a coma'
Army, protesters clash, killing 71
Syria 'deploys military in Hama'
Syria denies military campaign
U.N. report describes widespread violence
U.S. official: Iraq 'less safe' than last year
Army, protesters clash, killing 71
Hezbollah reject Hariri warrants
Hezbollah: Israel was behind Hariri killing
Clashes as court releases accused police
At least 35 killed in twin explosions
Syrian forces shoot at funeral procession
Red Sea boat sinking 'kills 197'
Hundreds of thousands in protests
Syria 'deploys military in Hama'
Clashes as court releases accused police
Syria denies military campaign
At least 16 dead after protests
US and France embassies attacked
1 dead, 150 hurt at attack on protesters
Army, protesters clash, killing 71
North Africa
Morocco votes on constitutional reforms
Defiant Gaddafi threatens Europe
Moroccans approve king's reforms
Turkey recognises Libyan rebels
Clashes as court releases accused police
Hosni Mubarak 'in a coma'
Libyan, U.S. officials hold talks
Defiant Gaddafi threatens Europe
Turkey recognises Libyan rebels
Rebels launch assault close to Tripoli
Libyan spokesman: 'We will die for oil'
Plane crash kills 78 in Morocco
Top Libyan rebel commander killed
Nato air strike targets Libyan TV
Clashes as court releases accused police
Top Libyan rebel commander killed
Red Sea boat sinking 'kills 197'
Plane crash kills 78 in Morocco
Clashes as court releases accused police
Africa
Morocco votes on constitutional reforms
Defiant Gaddafi threatens Europe
Moroccans approve king's reforms
AU: No cooperation with Gadhafi warrant
Libyan, U.S. officials hold talks
Defiant Gaddafi threatens Europe
Turkey recognises Libyan rebels
Rebels launch assault close to Tripoli
Plane crash kills 78 in Morocco
Top Libyan rebel commander killed
Nato air strike targets Libyan TV
Top Libyan rebel commander killed
Kenya to open new drought camp
Somalis flock to largest refugee camp
Plane crash kills 78 in Morocco
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Syria
Hundreds of thousands in protests
Assad sacks key governor
Syria 'deploys military in Hama'
Syria denies military campaign
Syria accuses US of 'interfering'
Syrian activists call for end to violence
US and France embassies attacked
Army, protesters clash, killing 71
Syria 'deploys military in Hama'
Syria denies military campaign
Army, protesters clash, killing 71
Syrian forces shoot at funeral procession
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Hundreds of thousands in protests
Syria 'deploys military in Hama'
Syria denies military campaign
At least 16 dead after protests
US and France embassies attacked
Army, protesters clash, killing 71
East Africa
UN flies aid to Islamist Somalia
US to aid Islamist Somali areas
Militants: Aid ban in Somalia still in place
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CIA aiding Somalia suspect interrogations
UNHCR in 'human tragedy' warning
UN calls for aid inside Somalia
UN to declare famine in Somalia
US to aid Islamist Somali areas
Militants: Aid ban in Somalia still in place
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Libya
Defiant Gaddafi threatens Europe
Turkey recognises Libyan rebels
Defiant Gaddafi threatens Europe
Turkey recognises Libyan rebels
Rebels launch assault close to Tripoli
Top Libyan rebel commander killed
Nato air strike targets Libyan TV
Top Libyan rebel commander killed
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Hama
Assad sacks key governor
Syria 'deploys military in Hama'
Syria denies military campaign
Syria accuses US of 'interfering'
Army, protesters clash, killing 71
Syria 'deploys military in Hama'
Syria denies military campaign
Army, protesters clash, killing 71
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Syria 'deploys military in Hama'
Syria denies military campaign
Army, protesters clash, killing 71
Somalia
UN flies aid to Islamist Somalia
US to aid Islamist Somali areas
Militants: Aid ban in Somalia still in place
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CIA aiding Somalia suspect interrogations
UNHCR in 'human tragedy' warning
UN to declare famine in Somalia
US to aid Islamist Somali areas
Militants: Aid ban in Somalia still in place
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Egypt
Clashes as court releases accused police
Four U.S. journalists arrested in Egypt
Hosni Mubarak 'in a coma'
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Clashes as court releases accused police
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Clashes as court releases accused police
Morocco
Morocco votes on constitutional reforms
Moroccans approve king's reforms
Plane crash kills 78 in Morocco
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Plane crash kills 78 in Morocco
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Iraq
Iraq takes over billions in oil revenue
U.S. official: Iraq 'less safe' than last year
At least 35 killed in twin explosions
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Eastern Libya
Turkey recognises Libyan rebels
Turkey recognises Libyan rebels
Top Libyan rebel commander killed
Top Libyan rebel commander killed
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Damascus
Hundreds of thousands in protests
Syrian activists call for end to violence
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Hundreds of thousands in protests
21 civilians killed in Syria protests
USA
No Assad legitimacy, says Clinton
Libyan rape accuser arrives in U.S.
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Man admits Somalia terror plot
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Jul.1  Morocco  Morocco votes on constitutional reforms
  Syria  
  Hundreds of thousands of people have taken part in anti-government protests across Syria, despite the ongoing crackdown on dissent
 Iraq  Iraq takes over billions in oil revenue  Libya  Defiant Gaddafi threatens Europe  Bahrain  Bahraini Shia party to join talks  Morocco  Moroccans approve king's reforms Jul.2   Syria     Assad sacks key governor Map of Hama Syria  Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has sacked the governor of the city of Hama, which saw mass anti-government protests on Friday   Lebanon     Hezbollah reject Hariri warrants  Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah has rejected indictments of four of its members over the 2005 assassination of Lebanon's former PM Jul.3  Syria  Syria 'deploys military in Hama'  Lebanon  Hezbollah: Israel was behind Hariri killing   Equatorial Guinea     AU: No cooperation with Gadhafi warrant  The African Union says its members will not cooperate with the International Criminal Court's arrest warrant for Libyan leader  Eastern Libya  Turkey recognises Libyan rebels Jul.4  Syria  Security forces in Syria raid homes  Cairo  Clashes as court releases accused police Jul.5   Syria     Syria denies military campaign   Syria denied that a military campaign was under way against the city of Hama, even as human rights groups reported deaths, arrests  Somalia  UNHCR in 'human tragedy' warning   Sudan   Red Sea boat sinking 'kills 197' Map of Red Sea Sudan  About 200 people drowned when a boat carrying migrants to Saudi Arabia sank off the Sudanese coast  Baghdad  At least 35 killed in twin explosions Jul.6  Libya  Rebels launch assault close to Tripoli  Syria  At least 16 dead after protests Jul.7   Syria     Syria accuses US of 'interfering'   Syria has accused the US of 'interfering' in its affairs after the US ambassador travelled to the flashpoint city of Hama  Yemen  Hurt Yemen leader appears on TV Jul.9  Somalia  UN calls for aid inside Somalia Jul.10   Syria     Syrian activists call for end to violence  Activists speaking at a government-sponsored 'national dialogue' criticized recent crackdowns by the country's security forces Jul.11   Syria     US and France embassies attacked  The US Secretary of State has said Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has 'lost legitimacy', amid diplomatic tension between the two countries   Yemen 1 dead, 150 hurt at attack on protesters   Washington No Assad legitimacy, says Clinton   Egypt Four U.S. journalists arrested in Egypt Jul.12   Somalia CIA aiding Somalia suspect interrogations Jul.14   Libya Libyan spokesman: 'We will die for oil'   Kenya Kenya to open new drought camp   Bahrain Irish delegation 'bullied' in Bahrain Jul.15   Istanbul     U.S. recognizes Libyan rebels' authority
  The United States now recognizes the main opposition group in Libya 'as the legitimate governing authority'
  Syria 21 civilians killed in Syria protests
  Sudan U.N. report describes widespread violence Jul.16   Northern Syria Violence erupts in eastern Syrian town   Somalia   UN flies aid to Islamist Somalia   The UN has made its first aid delivery to drought victims in areas of controlled by al-Qaeda-linked militants since they lifted an aid ban Jul.17   Sinai     Hosni Mubarak 'in a coma'   He has been receiving treatment in a hospital in the Red Sea resort since he was ousted earlier this year following weeks of protests   Egypt Finance, industry ministers quit   Eastern Libya 'Fierce fight' in Libyan oil town Jul.18   Tunisia     Libyan, U.S. officials hold talks  Washington says the sole point of the meeting was to repeat its demand that Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi 'must go'   Minnesota Man admits Somalia terror plot Jul.19   Syria Syrian forces shoot at funeral procession   Kenya Somalis flock to largest refugee camp   Somalia   UN to declare famine in Somalia
  The United Nations is set to declare a famine in parts of Somalia as it suffers the worst drought in more than half a century
Jul.20   Somalia U.N. declares famine in southern Somalia
  Somalia     US to aid Islamist Somali areas  The US has said it will send aid to famine-hit areas of Somalia controlled by the Islamist group al-Shabab Jul.22   Somalia   Militants: Aid ban in Somalia still in place  Islamist militants in Somalia have reversed a pledge to allow foreign aid agencies to operate in famine-struck regions in the nation   Syria Another round of Friday protests Jul.23  Qatar  Fifa bans Mohamed Bin Hammam for life   Cairo Protesters, residents clash in Cairo Jul.24   Berlin Germany lends Libyan rebels $144 million Jul.26   Morocco     Plane crash kills 78 in Morocco Map of Guelmim Morocco  The Moroccan C-130 military plane crashed into a mountain as it attempted to land at a military airport   Libya Lockerbie bomber seen on TV rally Jul.27   London   UK recognizes Libyan rebels, not Gadhafi  The United Kingdom recognizes Libya's rebel umbrella group, not Moammar Gadhafi's regime, as the legitimate government   Libya Libya condemns UK recognition Jul.28   Egypt Mubarak trial to open next week   Eastern Libya   Top Libyan rebel commander killed Map of Benghazi Libya
  Gen Abdel Fattah Younes, the military commander of the Libyan rebels fighting to topple Col Muammar Gaddafi, has been killed
 Rebels' Transitional National Council sought Younis for questioning about military matters
Jul.29   New York   Libyan rape accuser arrives in U.S.  Eman al-Obeidy caught the world's attention in March when she publicly accused members of Gadhafi's forces of gang-raping her   Syria Group: Thousands 'disappeared' by regime   Libya   Nato air strike targets Libyan TV   Nato says it has disabled three Libyan state TV satellite transmission dishes in the capital, Tripoli, through a 'precision air strike' Jul.30   Baghdad   U.S. official: Iraq 'less safe' than last year  Stuart Bowen, the official in charge of overseeing reconstruction in Iraq says the country is more dangerous than it was a year ago   Eastern Libya Top Libya rebel 'shot by Islamist militia'   Syria Syrian army begins Hama assault Jul.31   Syria   Army, protesters clash, killing 71 Map of Hama Syria
  Syrian tanks stormed the flashpoint city of Hama in one of several clashes nationwide that left at least 67 dead and more than 100 injured
  Yemen Pro-government tribesmen killed   Washington US condemns 'brutal' Syria attack