Israel-Palestinians: The Israeli army says it has carried out an air strike against Palestinian rocket-launchers in the northern Gaza Strip.
Palestinians say at least two militants were killed and two other people wounded in the air strike.
The Israeli military says aircraft fired missiles today (Sunday) at militants attempting to fire a rocket into Israel.
The air strike came after several rockets hit Israeli territory earlier Sunday, wounding at least one person.
On Saturday, the armed wing of the ruling Palestinian group Hamas fired rockets at Israel for the first time in more than a year.
US-Guantanamo: U.S. military officials say three detainees at the U.S. naval base at Guantanamo Bay have committed suicide.
U.S. Navy Admiral Harry Harris, the commander of the Guantanamo base in Cuba, said Saturday the two Saudis and a Yemeni used their clothing and bed sheets to hang themselves. Medical personnel were unable to revive the men.
Admiral Harris said he believed the suicides were planned and coordinated by the detainees. He said the three detainees lived in the same cell block, had joined together in hunger strikes and used the same method to kill themselves.
Iran Nuclear: Iran has rejected some proposals in a Western incentives package aimed at persuading Tehran to limit sensitive nuclear work.
At a weekly news conference today (Sunday), Foreign Ministry spokesman Hamid Reza Asefi said some points are acceptable, but other elements are ambiguous, and some should be strengthened.
Asefi said Iran would offer its own amendments. He did not specify what changes Tehran might seek.
Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki said Saturday that his country would present a counter-offer after officials finish studying the proposal.
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