Global Week in Review: Alleged Syria Gas Attack Raises Global Alarm

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  • Global News to Know
  • Alleged Gas Attack Sparks International Outcry
  • Mubarak Set Free
  • The Edward Snowden Saga Continues
  • Five More Years
  • Kenya’s Members of Parliament Want More Money
  • Stalking Your Partner? There’s an App for That
  • LGBT Rights Demanded in Nepal
  • Police Launch New Look at Princess Diana’s Death
  • Thousands of Syrians Pour Into Iraq
  • Mexico: Back to School With Flawed Books
  • African Leaders Tells West to Lift Sanctions
  • Olympian to Stand Trial
  • Railway Tragedy Kills Dozens in India
  • Same-Sex Couples Tie Knot in New Zealand
  • Prince William Talks Parenthood

Mubarak Set Free

Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak was released from prison more than two years after he was overthrown during the Arab Spring protests. He still faces a retrial for corruption and complicity in the killing of demonstrators during the protests against him and is expected to be placed under house arrest. The North African nation remains in a state of emergency amid bloody clashes that left hundreds dead.

(Photo: Reuters)

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