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Qaddafi’s Grip Falters as His Forces Take On Protesters
By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK and SHARON OTTERMAN 28 minutes ago
CAIRO — Libya appeared to slip further from the grip of Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi on Tuesday, as opposition forces armed themselves and moved to consolidate control of the region.
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Egypt’s Leaders Signal Commitment to Civilian Rule
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CAIRO — Egypt’s leaders took high-profile steps to reassure Egyptians and signal to foreign leaders that the move to full civilian rule would be rapid.
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Head of Reform Panel Says Tunisia Risks Anarchy as It Moves Toward Democracy
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TUNIS — The head of a Tunisian government commission on political reform warned of what he described as a very dangerous post-revolutionary transition.
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CENTRAL FALLS, R.I. — In Central Falls, R.I., Charles D. Moreau has not set foot in City Hall since a state-appointed receiver took control after the fiscal collapse of the city of 19,000.
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“While Tunisia and Egypt can still dismissed as outliers, Qaddafi's fall would mean no middle east dictator would be stable,” writes Ashraf in India.
“This isn't Egypt or Tunisia, Libya is divided along tribal lines and could turn into a new Somalia, if the global community doesn't interfere soon,” writes Ismail Abdi Rahman in Hargeisa, Somalia​.
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