The Free Syrian Army (FSA) has now acquired chemical weapons from Libya, Reuter's Khaled Oweis reports from Amman. It was previously thought that Ghaddafi's weapons had been dismantled, however usage by Libyan rebels has proven otherwise. His stockpile is thought to contain mustard gas and sarin, two dangerous agents that can induce death or permanently disabilities along large areas.
The U.S. said the use of any chemical weapons is a "red line," requiring a response, while Syria said it had no plans to use them. Intelligence reports, however, point to heightened activity at some of country's chemical sites. Read Post
Protesters clash with riot police outside the courtroom in Cairo. Photo by Khaled Desouki/AFP/Getty Images. The trial of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak resumed Monday, and in Libya rebel forces are preparing for their next ... Read Post