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Egyptian Revolution (2011-12)

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  • Must Reads: Battered revolution and a suspected CIA 'black site'

     
    From a Mexican whodunit to an alleged CIA "black site" in Poland, here are five stories you shouldn't miss from last week in global news: Egypt revolution suffers crushing blow U.S. weighs plan to send military aircraft to aid Yemen Poland shaken by...
  • Shelling of Houla area in Syria reportedly kills at least 90

     
    BEIRUT and AMMAN, Jordan -- At least 90 people were killed Friday during shelling of the Houla area in Syria's Homs province, a human rights group reported. But an activist on the ground in Houla put the death toll in the alleged massacre at 106, of which...
  • Egypt election results delayed; both candidates allege fraud

     
    Egyptian election officials said Wednesday they were indefinitely delaying release of presidential election results, fanning fears that last year's pro-democracy revolution is being hijacked by loyalists of deposed President Hosni Mubarak who still...
  • Mubarak 'clinically dead,' Egypt state news agency reports

     
    Toppled Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak was declared “clinically dead” after suffering a stroke and slipping out of consciousness at a prison hospital in Cairo, according to the official state news agency, which quoted unnamed medical...
  • Frustrations mount for U.N. observers in Syria [Video]

     
    With no end in sight to the violence in Syria, frustration appears to be growing among both residents and among the almost 300 United Nations observers on the ground. In a video posted on the CNN website, U.N. Commandant Mark Hearns, during a meeting with...
  • In Syria, more violence, no breakthrough after Annan visit

     
    A day after special envoy Kofi Annan urged Syrian authorities to implement a U.N. peace plan, opposition activists reported fresh clashes and the United Nations monitoring team inside Syria found evidence of an apparent new massacre....
  • Killing of U.S. ambassador, 3 staffers condemned by Libyan officials

     
    Senior officials in Libya condemned the killing of the U.S. ambassador to the country and three other Americans by armed protesters in a furor over an anti-Muslim video....
  • Human rights group says Egyptian army tortured protesters

     
    Human Rights Watch has accused the Egyptian military of beating and torturing protesters detained during violent demonstrations earlier this month outside the Defense Ministry in Cairo....
  • Too Soon To Judge Egypt's Revolution

    You can see what the Egyptian revolution has achieved, 20 months on, by visiting Menoufia, a rural area of the Nile Delta that was the birthplace of the deposed dictator, Hosni Mubarak: Everything is different outwardly, but beneath the surface, almost...
  • New President: Egypt Turns Page To New Era

    New President: Egypt Turns Page To New Era
    CAIRO, Egypt -- Mohamed Morsi was sworn in Saturday as Egypt's first democratically-elected president, taking the helm of a deeply divided nation that is economically strapped and lacks a working government. The historic ceremony took place amid tight...
  • Arab Spring, American summer: Foreign students visit Michiana, tell their stories

    Arab Spring, American summer: Foreign students visit Michiana, tell their stories
    SOUTH BEND -- Menna, 20, paid no attention to politics until the Egyptian revolution started on Jan. 25, 2011. "We never imagined the president would be overthrown," said the young medical student, who lives in Sohag, a city about 240 miles from Cairo,...
  • YouTube cuts controversial video to Libya, Egypt after attacks, violence

    YouTube cuts controversial video to Libya, Egypt after attacks, violence
    YouTube on Wednesday announced it was restricting access to a controversial video that has been blamed for inciting violence in Libya and protests in Egypt. The video, a film trailer mocking the Muslim faith, will not be accessible via YouTube in Libya...