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President Bashar al-Assad has said that foreign parties are seeking to destabilize Syria, as pressure mounts for the United Nations to take the lead in efforts to end 10 months of bloodshed. World News Videos by NewsLook

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Nicolas Sarkozy meet today for the first time in 2012, as they seek to craft a master plan for rescuing the euro over the next three months. Finance News Videos by NewsLook

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Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim has been acquitted in a stunning climax to a two-year sodomy trial, and has quickly set his sights on ousting the long-ruling coalition in upcoming polls. World News Videos by NewsLook

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A wave of bombs struck two Shiite neighborhoods in Baghdad, Thursday, officials said, killing at least 27 people. The blasts intensified fears of a renewed cycle of sectarian violence in Iraq. World News Videos by NewsLook

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Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said that Exxon Mobil Corp.’s demand for as much as $12 billion in international arbitration for assets seized in the South American country in 2007 was “crazy.” World News Videos by NewsLook

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U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Kurt Campbell met with his counterparts in China on Jan. 4 to discuss the situation in North Korea. The two discussed the maintenance of peace and stability in the country in the wake of the recent leadership change, as well as food aid and a possible resumption of talks over North Korea’s nuclear disarmament, according to Campbell. World News Videos by NewsLook

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Amateur video presented to Reuters shows Syrian protesters in setting up night camps in the main square of the city of Homs. The United Nations has said at least 5,000 people have been killed in Syria since the uprising against President Bashar al-Assad began last March. World News Videos by NewsLook

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Hundreds of demonstrators in Nigeria’s commercial capital of Lagos shut petrol stations, formed human barriers along motorways and hijacked buses in protest of the shock doubling of fuel prices after a government subsidy was removed. World News Videos by NewsLook

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