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Tit-for-tat game leads Arab league to blame Israel

Arab foreign ministers say Israel is "wholly responsible for the dangerous stalemate" in US-brokered peace talks scheduled to end on April 29.

Arab report slams US ideas for security in Palestine

The Arab League has rejected US proposals that would allow Israeli soldiers to be stationed on the eastern border of a future Palestinian state.

Syria becomes talking point of Arab League summit

Arab leaders will offer plans to break the political 'stalemate' engulfing Syria but they will not demand the resignation of President Bashar Assad.

Iraq hammered by roadside bombings

Car and roadside bombs have killed at least 43 people in cities across Iraq, extending a spate of violence ahead of next week's Arab League summit.

Saving Syria

The Responsibility to Protect doctrine is in danger of being deemed useless as thousands of Syrian civilians continue to die at the state's hands.

China seeks amends with Arab League after Syria veto

A Chinese envoy has met the head of the Arab league as the country tries to repair relations damaged by its veto of a UN resolution on Syria.

UK foreign secretary labels Syrian violence ‘appalling’

British Foreign Secretary William Hague has called ongoing violence in Syria "appalling", while stressing the importance of the Arab League's role.

Al-Qaeda support for Syrian revolt poses new problems

Al-Qaeda has voiced its support for Syria's revolt, posing new problems for the West and Arab nations, who have called for its president to step down.

‘Friends of Syria’ coalition to become a reality

The Arab League is likely to launch a "Friends of Syria" coalition and appoint a special envoy to the strife-torn country.

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