Anti-government protesters continue to march demanding the ouster of Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh. The United States has said it is "deeply troubled" by reports of attacks on civilians in the Yemeni flashpoint city of Taez. Yemen's president Sunday said his deputy would form a unity government aimed at ending the political violence wrecking the nation.
The Patriots bested the Jets as their rivalry continued, Tebow's Broncos topped the Chiefs even though he only completed two passes, the Ravens somehow were beaten by the Seahawks after their performance against the Steelers last week and Dallas dominated the limping Bills.
Leaders of the 21-member Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, meeting in Honolulu, agreed to take steps aimed at increasing job creation and economic growth. As part of their commitment to promoting a green economy, the APEC leaders agreed to support sustainable growth and create green jobs by developing a list of environmental goods on which APEC economies will reduce applied tariffs to 5 percent or less by 2015.
Roger Federer (L) of Switzerland holds the championship trophy next to NBA player Tony Parker (C) and Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga after winning the BNP Paribas Masters final in Paris on November 13, 2011. Federer defeated Tsonga 6-1, 7-6 (3) to win the tournament for the first time in his career.
Protesters broke in to the Saudi Arabian and Qatar embassies in Damascus after the Arab League voted to suspend Syria's membership. Eighteen member states of the Arab League chaired by Qatar voted Saturday to suspend Syria from its meetings and impose sanctions in response to the Syrian government's crackdown on anti-regime protesters, killing more than 3,500 people since March.
A site in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip was targeted by an overnight Israeli air strike. Israel said the attack was in response to an earlier Palestinian rocket attack. No injuries were reported.
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