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Egyptian Revolution (2011-12)

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  • Wikileaks founder Assange seeks asylum from Ecuador

     
    Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is seeking political asylum from Ecuador, less than a week after the British Supreme Court ruled he could be extradited to Sweden over allegations of sexual assault....
  • Buying bread? Marking money? Activists redefine Russian protest

     
    Faced with steep fines for protests that don’t follow strict rules set by the government, Russian activists have devised new and creative ways to oppose President Vladimir Putin, redefining protest to test the rules....
  • Water will run out in 9 days for Sudan refugees, aid agency warns

     
    Water will run out in just nine days for tens of thousands of refugees who have fled from Sudan into South Sudan, overwhelming the few camps in this parched stretch of Upper Nile State, the aid agency Doctors Without Borders said Tuesday....
  • Islamist Mohamed Morsi declared victor in Egyptian presidential vote

     
    An Islamist was declared Egypt’s first freely elected president in history in a divisive poll that highlighted the sharpening battle between the Muslim Brotherhood and the nation’s secular military rulers over the political future of the...
  • Egyptian protesters return to Tahrir Square to fight military rule

     
    The Muslim Brotherhood increased pressure on Egypt’s military rulers Tuesday by rallying protesters in Tahrir Square to rekindle a revolution that has lost much of its focus and edge since the massive protests that last year brought down Hosni...
  • Must Reads: Battered revolution and a suspected CIA 'black site'

     
    From a Mexican whodunit to an alleged CIA "black site" in Poland, here are five stories you shouldn't miss from last week in global news: Egypt revolution suffers crushing blow U.S. weighs plan to send military aircraft to aid Yemen Poland shaken by...
  • Egypt protesters try to storm Syrian Embassy in Cairo

     
    Egyptian security forces fired tear gas to thwart several hundred protesters who tried storm the Syrian Embassy in Cairo to raise the flag of Syria's opposition....
  • Clashes erupt in Aleppo, Syrian business hub and Assad stronghold

     
    After almost a week of intense battles in Damascus, fierce clashes between government security forces and armed rebels were reported Saturday in the northern city of Aleppo, Syria’s commercial hub....
  • Egypt's president orders two top military officials to retire

     
    President Mohamed Morsi ordered two of Egypt's top military officials to retire and canceled a declaration by the military that had given the country's generals sweeping legislative and budgetary powers....
  • Bahrain upholds sentences for dissidents accused of plotting coup

     
    Thirteen people accused of plotting to overthrow the Bahraini government had their sentences upheld on Tuesday in a Manama appeals court, in a deeply disputed case that has alarmed rights groups and drawn rebukes from Britain and Denmark....
  • China-U.S. power play at core of East Asian island disputes

     
    At first glance, it seems to make little sense that China and U.S. allies in the Western Pacific would dredge up old fights over uninhabitable islands, provoking nationalist protests, diplomatic rifts and a threat of violent confrontation in a strategic...