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Tunisian Revolution (2010-2011)

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  • Tunisia election may be win for main secular party

    Tunisia’s main secular party said Monday it expected to garner the largest share of seats in parliamentary polling held a day earlier, based on preliminary tallies and exit polls.
  • Egypt security forces crack down on scattered protests

    Egypt security forces crack down on scattered protests
    The Obama administration urged key Mideast ally Egypt to heed calls for political reform even as security forces tightened their grip on pockets of rebellion in the capital that persisted a day after unprecedented nationwide protests. The Egyptian...

    McManus: Oops! That was the year that wasn't

    A year ago, soon after the Tunisian uprising, I demonstrated my powers of prediction in a column about the democracy movement in the Arab world. The revolution in Tunisia, I wrote, "arose from local circumstances that don't foretell what will happen...

    A look inside the Egyptian revolution

    A look inside the Egyptian revolution
    Wael Ghonim is an unlikely rebel. Born in Egypt in 1980, he began working his first Web job while studying at Cairo University, then moved to the U.S. (where he married an American) and eventually became Google's top marketing representative for the...

    Change agents: Slam poets take life by the throat

    Change agents: Slam poets take life by the throat
    Robert Frost once declared "poetry is a way of taking life by the throat." With apologies to Mr. Frost, Bryan Baquirian was determined to seize by the neck the 25 or so people gathered Friday at the CityArts Factory in downtown Orlando and shake them...