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Syria town torn apart by Assad’s bombs
As the UN concludes that the massacre in Houla was a war crime authorised by President Assad, at least 30 people are reported killed in an air strike by Syrian forces on the rebel-held town of Azaz.
Syria violence continues ahead of UN ceasefire
Amid signs that Syrian attacks on the opposition have intensified in the last 24 hours, the United Nations struggles to implement a peace plan calling for an end to the violence.
LIVE BLOG: The hunt for Gaddafi
All the latest from the Channel 4 News team in Libya, plus video, comment and analysis. Add your voice to the live blog.
‘Three injured’ as Athens police clash with protesters
Unconfirmed reports says that three people have been injured in Athens during clashes between police and thousands of protesters demonstrating against austerity measures.
Libya: lies and spin in Gaddafi's Tripoli
Jonathan Miller reflects on his time in Libya in the hands of “this nasty regime”, seeing the full force of Gaddafi’s power and ruthlessness.
Libya: Gaddafi forces and rebels locked in battle
After the bombardment of Zawiyah, rebels claim to be back in control. In Misratah there is testimony of Gaddafi troops firing on an ambulance. Meanwhile, fighting continues in Bin Jawad and Ras Lanuf.
Libya: Gaddafi forces and rebels battle for Zawiyah
Heavy fighting is raging between government forces and rebels for control of the western city of Zawiyah, while in the east anti-Gaddafi fighters are pushing on to the Colonel’s home town of Sirte.
Egypt: protesters dismiss ‘cosmetic changes’
As protesters reject the announcement that Egyptian government apparatchiks are to stand down, the US appears to be backtracking on its wish for President Mubarak to leave office quickly.