The Players Championship on the Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida will be remembered mostly for Tiger Woods' early departure from the tournament, citing a left knee and left achilles injury he said he suffered hitting his drive off the first tee.
With the capture of Tripoli and continued success, as slow as it may be at times, the rebel forces in Libya have achieved a series of military and diplomatic victories over the past several months following after the Arab Spring.
"Nakba" means "the day of catastrophe" in Arabic. Thousands of Palestinians gathered to remember the 63nd anniversary of the birth of the state of Israel, which left hundreds of thousands of Palestinians refugees in 1948.
Follow this ongoing collection for the best of the 64th International Cannes Film Festival, from May 11 to May 22. Day one includes photocalls for "Puss in Boots", "Puzzle of a Downfall Child", and the Woody Allen film, "Midnight in Paris"
Clashes between Muslims and Christians left Church destroyed, at least 10 people dead and 186 others wounded, in Cairo. The clashes began over an apparent relationship between a Coptic Christian woman and a Muslim man, amid reports that the woman was being held inside Virgin Mary church against her will and prevented from converting to Islam.
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