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Swedish Prime Minister Frederik Reinfeldt, the Parliament proposed sending eight Gripen fighters to participate in compliance operations air interdiction zone in Libya, AFP.
Syrian government led by Prime Minister Mohammad Naji 2003 Otri presented Tuesday resigned president, Bashar al-Assad, who accepted it, said public television.
Cost for U.S. intervention in Libya came in a week at least 600 million dollars, according to figures from the Pentagon, according to ABC News Online.
NATO will take over effective control of all operations in Libya Thursday at 6.00 GMT (9.00 GMT), a day later than expected, says a diplomat from NATO, told AFP.
Five earthquakes were registered in Bulgaria in the last 24 hours, in the towns of Stara Zagora and Topolovgrad, announced on Tuesday the European Centre for Seismology, quoted by Novinite.com site.
National Transitional Council (CNT), "Government" Libyan rebellion, promised "free and fair elections" after removal of Col. Muammar Qadhafi to power, according to a release in an international meeting in London on Libya AFP.
The woman who claims she was raped by Libyan authorities risk being prosecuted, says a government spokesman in Tripoli said on Sky News.
Austrian anti-corruption prosecutor conducted several searches today in the investigation against former MEP Ernst Strasser, accused of corruption, a prosecutor said Tuesday, AFP.
Not preclude the United States to provide military assistance in an effort to eliminate insurgents Libyans from Muammar Qadhafi's power, says U.S. Ambassador to the UN, Susan Rice, cited by AFP.
Austrian conservative MEP Hella Ranner Tuesday announced his resignation after the disclosure in the press its intention to repay the debt with the money part of each allowance paid by the European Parliament MEP, according to AFP.
A Somali pirate affected by loneliness in general, offered to issue a Danish family, taken hostage, but requiring that the parents agree that he should ask his wife their daughter, aged only 13 years, according the British DailyMail.
Hungarian Foreign Ministry summoned the Hungarian Consulate in Bratislava, Geza Farcas, about a controversial interview which he gave a news site, inform MTI.
Allied raids will continue until Muammar Qadhafi in Libya will comply with UN demands to stop attacks against civilians especially, in London Tuesday warned U.S. Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, according to AFP.
NATO has no representative in Libya to liaise with opposition forces, says Supreme Allied Commander Europe (SACEUR), U.S. Admiral James Stavridis, informs AFP.
Two strong explosions were heard Tuesday Tripoli, the Libyan leader Muammar Qadhafi residence sector, according to AFP.
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