Agency confirmed Tuesday that the airport was closed after the rebels "tried several times to the civilian population levels, which can lead to a humanitarian disaster to capture."
"Al-Qaeda" is not only a bounty for killing Gerald Feyersteyna. The terrorist organization is prepared for the death of a U.S. soldier slain in Yemen and pay at $ 23 tys.Po Associated Press, is "attractive offer" effective for six months.
SANA. December 31. Yemeni branch "Al-Qaeda" has promised the three pounds of gold (about $ 160,000) reward to the person who the American ambassador in that country, the Associated Press reported, citing tape, widespread terrorism to kill.
Yemeni cell of a terrorist organization "Al Qaeda" said it was willing to pay was a reward of three pounds of gold 60,000 dollars) for each, the U.S. ambassador in Sana'a Gerald Feyersteyna dead.
In the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is not going to leave the country, and the rebels have the time required for him to leave office as a condition for talks to leave.
The report rejected Muaz Ahmed al-Khatib, a leader in the Syrian national coalition, the coalition, which is a joint Syrian opposition, came the offer of the Government in the capital to take part in the negotiations on the Syrian conflict.
He noted that the Syrian opposition open to negotiations, but in Russia, its representatives are not to go. He also emphasized that Moscow should be ordered at least "crimes of the Syrian regime."
The head of the Syrian opposition coalition Muadh Khatib said he would go to Moscow for an interview, denied. He also demanded an apology from Moscow for the "support" of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. "We have said clearly that we are not to Moscow.
Syrian government and opposition agree on the need for, organize in a country of peacekeepers. This was announced at a press conference in Damascus Joint Special Representative of the United Nations and the Arab League, Syria, Lakhdar Brahimi.
For the use of each mission in Syria, the resolution of the Security Council recalled the UN and the Arab League envoy