World News

Morsi Supporters Killed In Cairo

At least 42 Morsi supporters were killed early Monday in Cairo and an estimated 300 injured, allegedly while at morning prayers at the Republican Guard compound—and the Muslim Brotherhood is calling for an uprising in response.

Dozens Killed In Iraq Bomb Blasts

At least 54 people were killed and over 100 more injured on Monday in a series of bomb blasts throughout Iraq, the latest in a series of escalating attacks linked to political and sectarian tension.

Assad Vows To ‘Wipe Out’ Syria’s Extremists

Sheikh Mohammad Said Ramadan al-Buti, a top Sunni preacher and supporter of President Bashar al-Assad, was one of 42 people killed in a suicide bombing at a mosque in Damascus on Friday. In response, Assad has stated that his forces will “wipe out” and “clean our country” of the Muslim extremists he believes are responsible for the attack.

World News Round-up

Activists: Air raid on Petrol Station in Damascus Suburb Kills 30 At least 30 civilians were killed on Wednesday when Syrian warplanes bombed a petrol station in a rebellious suburb on the eastern edge of Damascus, two opposition campaigners

Morning World News Update

Sunday early morning world news round-up from Al Jazeera English: Another insider attack in Afghanistan, a string of blasts rock Iraq, police violence in hit Spain's austerity protests, and more.

Morning Open Thread

Good morning, today is Monday, August 13, 2012. Via PressTV, this is your morning news from around the world. Your open thread begins below the fold.