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Tunisians gear up for historic vote
Millions of Tunisians ready to vote tomorrow in the first democratic elections after the toppling of President Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali in January  
Revolution road: Tunisia's democracy 'mastermind' speaks to Ahram Online
Tunisians to vote in historic post-revolution polls
Tunisia's Islamists warn of election fraud risk
Tunisians abroad vote in first Arab Spring election
Tunisians in France mobilize for landmark ballot
Main parties in Tunisia's landmark election
Tunisia: Islamist Al-Nahda comes to power with 'modern' outlook
On the eve of elections in Tunisia, Ahram Online spoke to Rashed Al-Ghanoushi, whose Islamist party Al-Nahda appears set to lead the next government

'It's your turn next,' Yemen protesters tell Saleh
Tens of thousands of Yemeni protesters took to the streets of the Yemeni capital Sanaa demanding President Ali Abdullah Saleh to step down, galvanized by the killing of Libya's Gaddafi

For Iraqis, Gaddafi death evokes Saddam memories
Watching Gaddafi's death, some Iraqis say they believe Libya could descend into vicious slaughter as Iraq did in 2006-2007 when sectarian violence killed thousands of people and pushed the country to edge of civil conflict

World hails Gaddafi death as end of tyranny
World leaders hailed the death of former Libyan leader Moamer Gaddafi as the end of an era of violence and tyranny, and held out hope for a better future for the North African nation

U.N. council to vote on Yemen resolution on Friday
U.N. Security Council envoys hope for a unanimous approval of a resolution on Yemen on Friday that condemns the government crackdown against pro-democracy demonstrators

Obama's foreign successes may help little in 2012
By declaring the Iraq war over, President Barack Obama scores what his allies see as a fourth big foreign policy success in six months, starting with Osama bin Laden's killing

Malaysian Muslims rally against proselytizing
Thousands of Malaysian Muslims protest against alleged proselytizing by Christians, reflects a growing radical tension between the Muslims and Christians minority

Pakistan seeks to ease Security Council tension fears
Pakistan emerges triumphant from one of the most hotly contested UN Security Council elections in years

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