- NATO takes over command of all military operations in Libya
- Radioactive iodine level 1,150 times higher than the legal norm in the sea at Fukushima
- Hillary Clinton says the U.S. does not intend to launch a military operation in Syria
- Seven people missing after a building boom in Canada
- Misra city was bombed again Muammar Qadhafi's forces
NATO takes over command of all military operations in Libya, announced on Sunday an official of the Alliance, at the end of a meeting of ambassadors of the 28 member states of the organization.
A radioactive iodine level 1,150 times higher than the legal norm was measured in seawater taken about 30 meters from reactors 5 and 6 of the Fukushima nuclear power plant in northeastern Japan, the Nuclear Safety Agency said Monday.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton assured on Sunday that the United States intends to launch a military operation in Syria, despite the extremely violent confrontations between demonstrators and security forces, according to AFP.
Canadian Firefighters Sunday night making efforts to find seven people missing after a building explosion in Woodstock, said a police spokesman in the town located about 100 kilometers south of Toronto, reported AFP.
Misra city, located 200 kilometers east of Tripoli, was subjected again on Saturday, bombing forces loyal to Libyan leader Muammar Qadhafi, resulting in at least three dead, announced a spokesman for the rebels and a doctor.
Italian Foreign Minister Franco Frattini, presented a plan to resolve the crisis in Libya's Muammar Qadhafi allowing departure.
Dramatic incident in Tripoli: A woman is kidnapped for trying to tell journalists that she was raped by the men of Qadhafi - VIDEO
A dramatic incident occurred inside a hotel in Tripoli, which were housed international journalists, according to CNN images. A desperate woman entered the hotel and journalists started shouting that the world should know that she was raped and beaten by the militia of Muammar Qadhafi.
Four Frenchmen were killed and another is missing after an avalanche that occurred in the Bourg-Saint-Pierre, the massive Swiss Valais, Swiss police said, quoted by AFP.
Oil terminal at Ras Lanuf in eastern Libya, was Sunday morning under the control of Libyan rebels, according to AFP.
Approximately 100 minors from Tunisia, arrived in Lampedusa last week, Saturday stay in a former U.S. military base on the Italian island, informs AFP.
Libyan soldiers captured by the opposition said they had received orders to fight against terrorists
Libyan soldiers captured by opposition forces in Benghazi said they had been lied to Muammar Qadhafi regime, they said it's an operation against al-Qaeda members, Mossad agents and foreign mercenaries, AFP.
Coalition countries attacking targets in Libya will not supply arms to rebels fighting against the forces of Col. Muammar Qadhafi, said Minister of Defence, Liam Fox, quoted Sunday by BBC News Online.
A fourth MEP, Spaniard Pablo Zalba Bidegain member of the European People's Party, is subject to an article published by "The Sunday Times" in the scandal on the promotion of the EP amendments.
A man died after Romanian YAK-52 plane that you fly at an air show in the United States collapsed, the first based information that the pilot made a wrong maneuver, according to Sun Sentinel.
Two Palestinians were killed Sunday morning in a raid by Israeli aircraft in Gaza, says the spokesman of Palestinian emergency services, informs AFP.
At least 12 people were killed Saturday in clashes in the Syrian city of Latakia between police and anti-regime, says Busaina Shaban, adviser to President Bashar al-Assad, AFP.
Ben Jawad town, located about 50 kilometers west of Ras Lanuf, was Sunday Libyan rebel control, according to AFP journalists.
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