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Gunmen enter Israel through Egypt, kill 7

Squads of gunmen armed with heavy weapons and explosives crossed into Israel from Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula on last Thursday and attacked buses, cars and an army patrol, officials said. It was one of the boldest attacks on the Jewish state in years, killing seven Israelis and stocking concerns about Palestinian militants exploiting instability in Egypt.

The attacks began around midday and lasted for about three hours. Israeli security forces tracked down some of the assailants and killed seven in a gun battle, military spokesman Lt Col Avital Leibovich said. Defence officials said three bodies were booby trapped and Israeli TV channels said seven attackers were killed. There was no immediate word on whether any were captured alive or exactly how many in all were involved.

Israel almost immediately said the attackers came from the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip and made their way through Sinai, which borders both Israel and Gaza. That raised the specter of an Israeli military reprisal against the Palestinian territory. Egypt and Hamas denied the allegations. “The incident underscores the weak Egyptian hold on Sinai and the broadening of the activities of terrorists,” Israeli defence minister Ehud Barak said. “The real source of the terror is in Gaza and we will act against them with full force.”

The attacks, which came close together in time and location, appeared coordinated. It was the deadliest assault in Israel since a Palestinian gunman entered a religious seminary in Jerusalem in March 2008 and killed eight people before he was shot dead himself. Security in Sinai has deteriorated sharply since February, when longtime leader Hosni Mubarak was ousted in a popular uprising.

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Go, Assad, go: US leads world in ouster call, slaps curbs on Syria

President Barack Obama called directly on last Thursday for Syrian president Bashar Assad to resign, saying the brutal crackdown on anti-government protesters makes the heir to a long Middle East family dictatorship unfit to lead. It was the administration’s first explicit demand for Assad to step down and was accompanied by an executive order freezing all Syrian government assets in the US and targeting the country’s lucrative energy sector.

The move was coordinate with UN and US allies in Europe and the Middle East and followed an intense diplomatic campaign to increase pressure on Assad. The European Union issued an identical call shortly after Obama’s statement, followed quickly by similar words from the leaders of France, Britain and Germany. In a written statement released by the White House, Obama said Assad had failed to follow through on promises to reform and instead escalated crackdown on pro-reform activists that rights groups say has killed nearly 2000 people till now.

“His calls for dialogue and reform have rung hollow while he is imprisoning, torturing and slaughtering his own people,” Obama said. “We have consistently said that president Assad must lead a democratic transition or get out of the way. He has not led. For the sake of the Syrian people, the time has come for him to step aside. It is clear that president Assad believes he can silence the voices of his people by resorting to the repressive tactics of the past. But he is wrong,” Obama said.

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