Mosaic News - 08/08/12: Egypt Responds to Deadly Attack with Air Strikes on 'Terrorists' in Sinai
Egypt responds to deadly attack with air strikes on "terrorists" in Sinai, Syria's regime and armed opposition claim control of Aleppo's Salah ed-Din, thousands of Saudis demand retribution for slain activist, and more. Today's headlines in full: Egypt responds to deadly attack with air strikes on 'terrorists' in Sinai Dubai TV, UAE Syria's regime and armed opposition claim control of Aleppo's Salaheddin BBC Arabic, UK US-Qaeda alliance in Syria to focus on toppling Assad regime Press TV, Iran Ahmadinejad: Diplomacy is the only way to solve the Syrian crisis Press TV, Iran Jordanian king discusses remaining options for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad IBA, Israel Three killed in bomb attack against US-led forces in Afghanistan Press TV, Iran Gun violence continues in US with Wisconsin Sikh temple shooting Press TV, Iran Thousands of Saudis demand retribution for slain activist Al-Alam, Iran UNICEF urges South Sudan to improve health care as child mortality rates soar Al Jazeera, Qatar Israel seizes Islamic endowment land for settlements Palestine TV, Ramallah Image: Egyptian soldiers are seen near the Kerem Shalom crossing, a zone where the Israeli, Egyptian and Gaza borders intersect and where an Egyptian military vehicle that was seized by Islamist gunmen tried to storm the border into Israel on Sunday, August 8, 2012: REUTERS/Amir Cohen Mosaic is a Peabody Award-winning daily compilation of television news reports from the Middle East, including Egypt, Lebanon, Israel <b>...</b>
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