But firefighters remained in both Springerville and Eagar, mopping up hot spots and guarding against flare-ups. A county fire official said residents could begin returning home because the blaze was “no longer a threat to the citizens.”
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But King Abdullah II gave no timetable for such a move, saying that sudden change could lead to “chaos and unrest” in the country. It was the first time the king has made such a concession to Jordanians, who have taken to the streets during six months of pro-democracy protests.
The Syrian army takes control of the northern town of Jisr al-Shughour following what state media describes as heavy fighting.
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Forces under the command of one of Moammar Gadhafi’s sons and one of the Libyan leader’s top aides have killed nearly 40 rebel fighters in Misrata over the past three days. But opposition fighters fought their way back into the Mediterranean city of Zawiya, near the Tunisian border.
Reuters – More than 20,000 Greeks protested against austerity measures in Athens on Sunday and workers at state-owned utility PPC announced strikes to oppose government plans to sell the company.
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