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Tunisia unrest continues despite tight security
Amid a strict media blackout, information on the explosive situation in Tunisia is trickling out via social media sites as tension ensues  
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Clashes continue across Tunisia
Tunisia strikes to cover more cities
Tunisia's miracle starting to fall apart
Egyptian activists call for Tunisia solidarity demo on Sunday
South Sudan and Arab world to retain good ties
South Sudan’s government asserted its commitment to maintaining good and strong relations with the Arab world regardless of the results of the January 9 referendum following Amr Moussa's visit to Juba

Two Christians killed in Baghdad bombings
A new wave of bomb attacks that targeted Christians in Baghdad killed 2 and wounded 16 others

Iraq death toll lowest since invasion
British study showing that the death toll in Iraq dropped on 2010 to the lowest level since the invasion

British feared Israel would nuke Arabs: archives
Official papers released from the National Archives after being kept secret for 30 years reveal British fear of Israeli plans to nuke Arab neighbours

Bashir regime "worst in Sudan's history", says head of Foreign Relations Committee
The head of Upper House Foreign Relations Committee, Mustafa El Fiqi, slammed the Khartoum regime as the worst in Sudan's history

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South Korea says talks with North should be revived
South Korea urges for new mediation to take place with North Korea to end its nuclear program

Hu vows a peaceful China in 2011
President Hu Jintao pledged a peaceful and cooperative China in 2011 in his New Year's Eve speech

West Africa struggles with Ivory Coast military plan
West African leaders are struggling to resolve Ivory Coast's ongoing crisis

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