At least 65 people were found shot dead with their hands bound in the northern Syrian city of Aleppo on Tuesday in a "new massacre" in the near two-year revolt against President Bashar al-Assad, activists said.
Syria will only use its chemical weapons on threats from outside of the country, Syria's Foreign Ministry said.
U.S. officials are warily watching as Syria begins moving undeclared chemical weapons out of its storage facilities.
Syria said on Tuesday it had reached a deal with an Arab League committee tasked with finding a way to end seven months of unrest and starting a dialogue between President Bashar al-Assad and his opponents.
Iran said it will attend the 2012 Olympics in London despite its protest of the Games' logo, which it says spells the word Zion. Bahram Afsharzadeh, the secretary general of Iran's National Olympic Committee, on Sunday told Iran's Press-TV that "we will participate and play gloriously in the London games." His comments came after British Prime Minister David Cameron told the British community weekly Jewish News over the weekend that Iran is "completely paranoid" over the logo.
Israeli Arab leaders threatened to “revolt” after Israel’s education chief said the word Nakba would be removed from their classrooms.
It is important to remember that men can never predict how their descendants will act or how their legacy of achievement will be treated
Alan David never gave his ballots a second thought after voting in dozens of presidential elections during the decades he lived in New York.