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CAIRO, Jan. 27 () -- Dozens of anti-government protestors stormed the Syrian embassy in Cairo on Friday amid concerns of the Arab League (AL) about the mounting violence in Syria.The protestors threw stones at the embassy and broke its window glass. The embassy said in a statement that the attackers were saboteurs who belonged to the Syrian National Council, an overseas opposition group.According to the monitoring cameras, the protestors stormed the embassy and destroyed its wall and gates. They also robbed some equipment, Egypt's Al-Ahram website quoted the statement as saying.The Egyptian security forces drove the protestors out of the embassy.The embassy said the saboteurs received funds from Gulf states against Syria.Syrian Ambassador to Egypt Yousef Ahmed called on the Egyptian authorities to bear the responsibility of protecting the diplomatic mission.Meanwhile, violence has dramatically escalated over the past three days in Syria, especially in the areas of Homs, Idlib, and Hama, head of the AL observer mission in Syria, Moustafa al-Dabi, said Friday.Dabi urged an immediate end to the violence to protect the Syrian people.AL Secretary General Nabil al-Arabi and Qatari Prime Minister Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim Al-Thani will go to the United Nations on Saturday to seek support for the new Arab initiative reached at an AL meeting of foreign minsters on Sunday.
ABUJA, Dec. 8 () -- The Nigerian government has told the United States and other Western countries opposed to the Senate's passage of a bill banning same sex marriage to respect Nigeria's independence, democracy and sovereignty.Minister of Information Labaran Maku made the government position known in Abuja on Wednesday after the Federal Executive Council (FEC) meeting presided over by President Goodluck Jonathan.Nigeria had the right to legislate for its people, the minister said.Maku told reporters that although the passage by the Senate had not made the bill a law, Nigeria reserved the right to make laws based on the peoples' values and culture."Let me make the point clear, our country is an independent country and we reserve the right to make our laws without apology to other countries," he added."Between Europe, America and Africa there is a huge culture gap, some of the things that are considered fundamental rights abroad also can be very offensive to African culture, tradition and to the way we live our lives here," he said.Maku said Nigeria reserved the right as an independent nation to live under laws that were democratically passed by the National Assembly and assented to by the President.The Nigerian senate recently passed the bill outlawing same sex marriage and prescribed 14 years of imprisonment for offenders.
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