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FEB 17, 2011 |STORY| AP MEMBER CHOICE COMPLETE
Oil near $85 in Europe on fears spreading Middle East protests may disrupt crude supplies
ASSOCIATED PRESS
Oil prices hovered near $85 a barrel Thursday as investors waited to see if political upheaval in the Middle East could spread and disrupt crude supplies. By early afternoon in Europe, benchmark crude for March delivery was down 26 cents at $84.73 a...
TAGS: Trips and Vacations, Travel, New York Mercantile Exchange, Commodity Markets, Iran
FEB 17, 2011 |STORY| REUTERS
Gaddafi supporters counter Libya's "day of rage"
REUTERS
TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Several hundred supporters of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi gathered in the capital on Thursday to counteract online calls for an anti-government "day or rage" inspired by uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia. New York-based Human Rights...
TAGS: Twitter, Inc., BBC, Judaism, Crime, Law and Justice, Hosni Mubarak
FEB 17, 2011 |STORY| LOS ANGELES TIMES
Bahrain authorities launch surprise attack on protesters
Security forces in tiny but strategic Bahrain launched a brutal assault early Thursday against at least 1,000 defiant anti-government protesters, including children, camped out in tents in the capital's Pearl Square. At least two were killed and 50 hurt....
TAGS: Twitter, Inc., Building Material, Riots, Crime, Law and Justice, U.S. Navy
FEB 16, 2011 | LOS ANGELES TIMES
Hillary Clinton seeks broadened global debate on the Internet as a tool for freedom and repression
TOP OF THE TICKET
Hillary Clinton cites events in both Egypt and Iran as examples of its powers both ways....
FEB 16, 2011 | LOS ANGELES TIMES
LIBYA, YEMEN, BAHRAIN: Protests continue to erupt across region [Updated]
BABYLON & BEYOND
Reports of clashes Tuesday night between protesters and police in eastern Libya were the latest spasm of unrest sweeping the Middle East and North Africa as leaders attempt to avoid the revolutionary fervor that brought down governments in Tunisia and.......
FEB 16, 2011 |STORY| ALLENTOWN MORNING CALL
Is poetic justice in store for tyrants like Hosni Mubarak?
The 19th century French novelist, Alphonse Karr, was on the mark when he coined the adage, "the more things change, the more they stay the same." His words are particularly applicable to the behavior and fate of tyrants. In Shakespeare's tragedy, "Julius...
TAGS: History (tv network), Adolf Hitler, Crime, Law and Justice, Crimes, Hosni Mubarak
FEB 16, 2011 |STORY| LOS ANGELES TIMES
Protests continue to erupt across region
LOS ANGELES TIMES STAFF WRITER
Reports of clashes overnight between protesters and police in eastern Libya were the latest spasm of unrest sweeping the Middle East and North Africa as leaders attempt to avoid the revolutionary fervor that brought down governments in Tunisia and Egypt....
TAGS: Heads of State, Crime, Law and Justice, Democracy, Unrest, Conflicts and War, Demonstration
FEB 16, 2011 |STORY| AP MEMBER CHOICE COMPLETE
Nearly 100 Egyptians reach Italy as Europe braces for large migrant influx from Arab nations
ASSOCIATED PRESS
GENEVA (AP) — Nearly 100 Egyptians have arrived in Italy in two boats, international migration officials said Wednesday, as fears rose about a wave of people trying to reach Europe because of turmoil in the Arab world. This week, a large boat...
TAGS: Heads of State, Zine el Abidine ben Ali, Crime, Law and Justice, United Nations, Crimes
FEB 16, 2011 |STORY| AP MEMBER CHOICE COMPLETE
Tunisian rights group alleges that security forces raped, abused protesters during revolt
ASSOCIATED PRESS
TUNIS, Tunisia (AP) — Security forces loyal to Tunisia's former president unleashed a wave of terror on the population during the uprising that toppled the autocratic leader last month, with police killing, raping and robbing protesters, a women's...
TAGS: Zine el Abidine ben Ali, Crime, Law and Justice, United Nations, Civil Rights, Wars and Interventions
FEB 16, 2011 |STORY| LOS ANGELES TIMES
Tracking the ripple effect
The popular uprisings in Tunisia and Egypt have inspired widespread dissent across the Middle East and left leaders desperately seeking to calm unrest in their own countries. Many regimes have increased subsidies and wages, with some even giving cash...
TAGS: Democracy, Social Issues, Minority Groups, Political Systems, National or Ethnic Minorities
FEB 16, 2011 |STORY| LOS ANGELES TIMES
Obama reassures Jordan king of U.S. support
With protests rocking the Middle East, the Obama administration is reaching out to King Abdullah II of Jordan, trying to reassure a badly shaken ally of its support even as it calls for greater political freedom across the Arab world. Abdullah has been...
TAGS: Twitter, Inc., Zine el Abidine ben Ali, Barack Obama, White House, Hosni Mubarak
FEB 15, 2011 |STORY| AP MEMBER CHOICE COMPLETE
Tunisia extends state of emergency, ends curfew imposed amid protests
ASSOCIATED PRESS
TUNIS, Tunisia (AP) — Tunisia extended a state of emergency that has been in place since the country's long time autocratic president was overthrown during an uprising last month, while it ended the curfew imposed during the deadly protests, the...
TAGS: Disasters and Accidents, Zine el Abidine ben Ali, Crime, Law and Justice, Judaism, United Nations
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