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Egyptian Revolution (2011-12)

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  • LIBYA: Kadafi's eldest son may have escaped rebel captors

     
    Mohammed Kadafi, the eldest of Moammar Kadafi's seven sons, appears to have escaped rebel custody in Tripoli after he surrendered at his home late Sunday, according to reports by the Al Jazeera satellite news network. Two of Kadafi's other sons,......
  • LIBYA: Venezuela's Hugo Chavez says 'tragedy in Libya is just beginning'

     
    After meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov in Caracas on Wednesday, Chavez condemned the United States and European countries for NATO's airstrikes during Libya's conflict, saying, "they've destroyed a country.''...
  • SYRIA: Death of popular Sunni cleric stirs unrest in Aleppo

     
    The funeral of an outspoken Sunni cleric who died under tight security in a hospital Tuesday interrupted the calm that has largely prevailed in the Syrian commercial center of Aleppo. Dr. Ibrahim Salkini, the Sunni mufti of Aleppo and dean of theology...
  • U.N.: Syria death toll at 3,500, attacks continue

     
    The death toll in Syria since anti-government protests erupted almost eight months ago has risen to 3,500, the United Nations said Tuesday. A spokeswoman for the U.N. human rights office said "the brutal government crackdown" is driving Syria's violence.....
  • Arab League censure of Syria reverberates in region

     
    The Arab League’s move to suspend Syria is sending shock waves through the region. Turkey decided to evacuate diplomatic families from the Syrian capital. Saudi Arabia and Qatar condemned attacks on their embassies. And the official Syrian media...
  • Egyptian activist posts nude photos to protest repression

     
    A young Egyptian feminist and political activist has startled the nation by posting a nude self-portrait on a blog she calls a scream “against a society of violence, racism, sexism, sexual harassment and hypocrisy.” The revealing protest by...
  • Egypt’s rulers try to curb anger over guidelines for constitution

     
    Proposals that would give the military increased power over Egypt's soon-to-be elected Parliament have caused a nationwide uproar. The proposals guiding the writing of Egypt's new constitution would guarantee the secrecy of the military's budget and...
  • Hundreds injured as Egyptian police clash with protesters

     
    Egypt, protests, military, violence: More than 500 protesters were injured Saturday in clashes with riot police in another eruption of Egyptian anger ahead next week's parliamentary elections....
  • Mosque becomes hospital for protesters in Cairo's Tahrir Square

     
    The Omar Makram mosque on Cairo's Tahrir Square has become a hospital, a collision of religious devotion and emergency-room heroics set against the background of an uprising that Egyptian government health officials say has killed at least 22 and...
  • Hillary Rodham Clinton: Syria conflict could become civil war

     
    Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton warned Friday that Syria could plummet into a full-fledged civil war, echoing what her Russian counterpart said a day earlier. The Syrian opposition says that growing numbers of army soldiers have been deserting...
  • World can beat AIDS but funding must increase, U.N. says

     
    The world can beat AIDS, the United Nations says, but funding must increase. UNAIDS reports global AIDS-related deaths have fallen 21% from their 1997 peak, but sub-Saharan Africa is still hardest hit with a million deaths a year....