News Headlines - 25 August 2013

BBC News - Syria to allow UN to inspect 'chemical weapons' site

The Syrian government has agreed to allow UN inspectors to investigate allegations of a suspected chemical weapon attack near Damascus. The team is to begin work on Monday. Activists say Syrian forces killed more than 300 people in several suburbs east and west of the capital on Wednesday.

Dozens Killed in Attacks Across Iraq - NYTimes.com

Insurgents killed at least 46 people in numerous attacks scattered around the country on Sunday, striking targets as varied as a coffee shop, a wedding party convoy and a carload of off-duty soldiers.

Egypt's 'trial of two regimes': Mubarak and Brotherhood in court over killings | theguardian.com

Twin judicial processes are a metaphor for where Egypt has arrived under its new military-backed interim government

Mugabe Threatens Western Firms Over Sanctions

Zimbabwe's ruler says the UK and the US should 'not continue to harass us' as he threatens to target firms from those countries.

Japan PM Shinzo Abe leaves for Middle East, Africa to promote nuclear tech exports « Politics Inn

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Saturday departed on a six-day trip to the Middle East and Africa in his latest push to promote nuclear technology exports, despite growing problems at the crippled Fukushima plant. Abe will visit Bahrain, Kuwait, Djibouti and Qatar, with discussion of Japan’s nuclear know-how expected to be on the agenda.








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