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1. 01-01 Iran embassy bombing suspect 'held' Beirut
2. 01-01 Hotel in Somali capital Mogadishu hit by car bombs Jazeera hotel, Mogadishu, Somalia
3. 01-02 'Five killed' in Beirut car bomb
E. 01-02 Security forces fight Iraq militants Fallujah, Western Iraq
01-04 Iraq government 'loses Fallujah' Fallujah, Sunni Triangle
6. 01-04 Al-Qaeda's chief in Lebanon dies Beirut
H. 01-05 Kerry: We'll help Iraq but won't send in troops Jerusalem
I. 01-07 First chemical weapons leave Syria Latakia, Northern Syria

Summary.     Click for More > Syria opposition to attend peace talks   Main political opposition group, the Syrian National Coalition, has agreed to attend next week's so-called Geneva II peace talks, to be held... Syria accused of systematic torture Gulf over Assad blights Syria talks Explosion rocks Cairo police headquarters Four dead as Egyptians mark uprising Egypt anniversary clashes kill 29   Rival demonstrations of supporters and opponents of the military-backed government took place at the anniversary of the 2011 uprising Early presidential poll for Egypt Syria talks: Civilians allowed to leave Homs old city Power transfer on Syria talks agenda Tunisia approves new constitution, appoints new government Egypt army 'backs Sisi candidacy' Thousands of homes demolished: Report US 'concern' at Syria weapons delay
Palestinian diplomat dies in blast Hotel in Somali capital Mogadishu hit by car bombs 'Five killed' in Beirut car bomb Security forces fight Iraq militants Iraq government 'loses Fallujah'   The Iraqi government has lost control of the strategic city of Fallujah. Al-Qaeda-linked militants now control the south of the city Al-Qaeda's chief in Lebanon dies First chemical weapons leave Syria   The first consignment of Syrian chemical weapons materials has left the country on a Danish ship Nearly 500 dead in clashes between rebel groups in Syria Egypt holds vote on new constitution   Egypt referendum 'wins 98% support'
Jan.1   Czech Republic
  Somalia
Jan.2   Beirut
  Western Iraq
Jan.4   Sunni Triangle
  Beirut
Jan.7   Northern Syria
Jan.10   Aleppo
Jan.13   Egypt
Jan.18   Cairo
  Egypt's referendum on a new constitution has been backed by 98.1% of people who voted, officials say
  Syria
Jan.20   Syria
Jan.22   Switzerland
Jan.23   Cairo
Jan.25   Cairo
  Cairo
Jan.26   Cairo
  Geneva
  Geneva
Jan.27   Tunisia
  Cairo
Jan.30   Syria
  Washington





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Palestinian diplomat dies in blast   Jamal al-Jamal, the head of the Palestinian mission, had been taken to hospital after the explosion but died of his injuries some four hours... Iran embassy bombing suspect 'held' Hotel in Somali capital Mogadishu hit by car bombs   Two car bombs have exploded outside a hotel in the Somali capital Mogadishu, killing at least 10 people   'Five killed' in Beirut car bomb Map of Haret Hreik Beirut Lebanon  At least five people have been killed and 20 hurt in a car bomb which hit a southern suburb of the Lebanese capital Beirut, media and officials say Security forces fight Iraq militants   Special forces in Iraq are fighting al-Qaeda jihadist militants who have reportedly taken over swathes of two cities, Fallujah and Ramadi Iraq government 'loses Fallujah' Map of Fallujah Iraq


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Jan.1   Czech Republic  
  Beirut
  Somalia  
Jan.2   Beirut  
  Western Iraq  
 Syria  Syrian troops battle 'infiltrators' from Lebanon
Jan.3  Western Iraq  Militants 'still hold Iraq cities'
Jan.4   Sunni Triangle  
  The Iraqi government has lost control of the strategic city of Fallujah. Al-Qaeda-linked militants now control the south of the city
  Beirut   Al-Qaeda's chief in Lebanon dies   Majid al-Majid, the Saudi, al-Qaeda's commander in Lebanon, has died in custody in a Beirut hospital, Lebanon's army says Jan.5  Saudi Arabia  Dozens hurt in Saudi jet landing   Jerusalem Kerry: We'll help Iraq but won't send in troops  Sunni Triangle  Residents flee Fallujah amid blitz  Sudan  Sudan president 'set for Juba talks'  Czech Republic  12 weapons found in Palestinian embassy in Prague Jan.6  Baghdad  Maliki urges Fallujah to oust militants  Iraq  US speeds up Iraq military support Jan.7   Northern Syria   First chemical weapons leave Syria Map of Latakia Syria
  The first consignment of Syrian chemical weapons materials has left the country on a Danish ship
 Cairo  Morsi trial to resume in Cairo Jan.10   Aleppo     Nearly 500 dead in clashes between rebel groups in Syria   Fighting between an al Qaeda-linked group and a loose alliance of more moderate rebel brigades has killed nearly 500 over the past week Jan.11  Cairo  Egypt army chief eyes presidency bid   Libya Libyan deputy minister 'shot dead' Jan.13   Syria US-UK 'may rethink Syria support'   Egypt     Egypt holds vote on new constitution   Egyptians are to vote in a referendum on a new constitution, which could pave the way for fresh elections Jan.14   Egypt Deadly clashes between police, Mosi supporters as Egypt votes on constitution Jan.15   Kuwait Syria donor conference in Kuwait  Baghdad  26 killed in latest wave of Iraq attacks  Somalia  'Dramatic drop' in Somali piracy   Egypt 'High turnout' in Egypt referendum Jan.16  Hague  Lebanon's Hariri trial opens without the accused  Syria  Syria chemical arms transport 'slow'   USA John Kerry urges Syria opposition to attend talks  Baghdad  8 family members among 14 shot dead near Baghdad   Cairo Egyptian voters overwhelmingly back new constitution, official says Jan.17   Damascus Syria softens its stance as Geneva meet nears Jan.18   Cairo     Egypt referendum 'wins 98% support'
  Egypt's referendum on a new constitution has been backed by 98.1% of people who voted, officials say
 Damascus  'Aid enters' besieged Damascus camp   Syria     Syria opposition to attend peace talks
  Main political opposition group, the Syrian National Coalition, has agreed to attend next week's so-called Geneva II peace talks, to be held in Switzerland
  Washington US hails Syria opposition talks move
Jan.19   Cairo Egypt's Morsi to face fourth trial  Damascus  Assad: Quitting not up for debate  Syria  Syria: 'Al-Qaeda peace call' to rivals after fighting Jan.20   Baghdad At least 21 die in Baghdad blasts   Syria     Syria accused of systematic torture   There is clear evidence that Syria has systematically tortured and executed about 11,000 detainees since the start of the uprising Jan.21   Baghdad 26 hanged in Iraq over terror-related crimes   Switzerland Syria peace conference set to begin Jan.22   Switzerland     Gulf over Assad blights Syria talks   The first day of a major Syrian peace conference in Switzerland has ended amid bitter divisions over the future of President Bashar al-Assad Jan.23   Cairo     Explosion rocks Cairo police headquarters Map of police headquarters Cairo Egypt  There has been a large car bomb explosion in the Egyptian capital, near the city's police HQ. At least 4 people were killed and more than 30 wounded   Geneva Full Syria peace talks to begin Jan.24   Geneva Syria regime 'may quit Geneva talks'   Geneva U.N. envoy meets with Syrian government; direct talks in question   Geneva Syria foes 'to meet face-to-face'   Egypt Egypt tense on uprising anniversary Jan.25   Cairo     Four dead as Egyptians mark uprising   As Egyptians mark the anniversary of their revolt in the name of democracy, there has been a powerful sign of the country's stunning reversa...   Geneva Syria foes briefly meet in same room at Geneva II talks   Cairo   Egypt anniversary clashes kill 29
  Rival demonstrations of supporters and opponents of the military-backed government took place at the anniversary of the 2011 uprising
 Rival rallies of supporters and opponents of the military-backed government took place in Cairo. Police broke up anti-government protests, and arrests were in Cairo and Alexandria
Jan.26   Cairo   Early presidential poll for Egypt  Egypt's interim government has announced presidential elections have been moved forward   Geneva   Syria talks: Civilians allowed to leave Homs old city   Syria will allow women and children to leave the besieged area of Homs 'from now', the UN mediator at the peace talks has told reporters   Somalia US carries out missile strike against Somali militant
  Libya Egyptian diplomats kidnapped in Libya freed   Geneva   Power transfer on Syria talks agenda   The Syrian peace talks in Geneva are due to move on to wider political questions such as the divisive issue of transfer of power in the coun... Jan.27   Tunisia     Tunisia approves new constitution, appoints new government  National assembly approved the landmark new constitution -- its first since the ouster of longtime president Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali   Cairo   Egypt army 'backs Sisi candidacy'  Egypt's top military body has given its approval for army chief Field Marshal Abdul Fattah al-Sisi to run for the presidency, state media re... Jan.28   Cairo Ousted Egyptian leader Morsi denounces trial Jan.29   Libya Libya minister escapes assassination bid: Report Jan.30   Syria   Thousands of homes demolished: Report   Thousands of Syrians have seen their homes razed as part of a collective punishment by authorities against residents of opposition strongholds   USA Johansson quits Oxfam in West Bank row   Washington   US 'concern' at Syria weapons delay   The US says only around 4% of the chemical weapons declared by the Syrian government has been removed   Geneva Syria talks due to end in Geneva