The headquarters of Syria's ruling party was reportedly targeted in what the government once again described as a terrorist attack.
The results announced today add to mounting concerns that Fatah – and the broader Palestinian leadership – is losing its legitimacy.
But Palestinian reasons differ dramatically from US presidential nominee Mitt Romney's secretly videotaped comments.
Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu agreed today to meet again in two weeks. But Mr. Abbas has little support at home for the talks, even among allies.