Demonstrations that toppled his regime
THOUSANDS OF lawyers went on strike in Tunisia yesterday to protest against police repression of a march in the town of Sidi …
Fresh rioting breaks out in the Algerian capital and several other cities, after days of unrest over food price increases and unemployment.
Context: China, lead contamination
Context: Southern Sudan, Southern Sudanese Independence Referendum, Sudan, United Nations
Former Labour MP David Chaytor is jailed for 18 months for fraudulently claiming more than £20,000 in expenses.
A US judge has dismissed legal action accusing Harry Potter author JK Rowling of copying the work of another author.
Christians in Iran
Context: Christians in Iran, Iranian police
Officials at Foreign Ministry fear 'domino effect' in South America; 'If Chile, Mexico follow Argentina, Brazil, it will prompt all other Latin American countries to join, because they won't want to stay on sidelines,' says diplomat
Context: Alassane Ouattara, British, Canada, Côte d'Ivoire, Laurent Gbagbo
A plan by West African leaders for a military intervention in Ivory Coast’s political conflict is not likely to bring peace to the country, said John Atta Mills, president of neighboring Ghana.
Context: Carla Bruni, French President, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Nicolas Sarkozy
Supreme Judicial Court
The ruling voided two foreclosures, putting the nation’s banks on notice that foreclosures cannot be based on improper or incomplete paperwork.
Israel Defense Forces
IDF raided Hebron to re-arrest Hamas members, including senior member who assisted man who planned 2008 suicide bombing in Dimona.
Context: North Korea, South Korea
Context: India, West Bengal
Context: Catacamas, Honduras, Juticalpa
At least 20 killed in violence that erupts after news spreads of Muslims killed by Christian youths in city of Jos.
Context: Afghanistan, Kandahar Province, Taliban, suicide bombing
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