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22 February 2011

Stories from 22 February 2011

Yemen: Bullets, Screams and Sirens (Video)

Breaking reports from Yemen's capital Sanaa claim that at least one university student has been killed and many others wounded in late-night fights with pro-government forces.

Egypt: Social Media in the Middle East as a Tool for Incremental Change

In this post, we reflect on Egyptian blogger Hani Morsi's writing about technology driven activism and the role social media plays in providing incremental societal change. Hani's core argument focuses...

Africa: Online Radio for African Poets

Morocco: King Sets Up Economic and Social Council

After a visit to France, Morocco's King Mohammed VI returned to the Royal Palace in Casablanca to announce the initiation of an Economic and Social Council on Monday, February 22,...

Ghana: Action Chapel, turn your noise down

Rwanda: Is it Denver Dictatorship Conference?

Bahrain: Loyalty to the Martyrs

Since Saturday, anti government protesters have been protesting peacefully and freely at Pearl (Lulu) Roundabout. Today marked the eighth day of Bahrain's Day of Wrath protests, as Bahrain's opposition parties...

Kenya: Video: Me and My Bike

Iraqis Calling for Change

Uprisings and demonstrations are currently occurring all over the Arab world. In Libya, Algeria, Morocco, Bahrain and other Arab countries, people are arranging to protest; some are looking to topple...

Argentina: Lionel Messi to sue politician for improper use of his image

Why is President Obama Traveling to El Salvador in March?

Libya's Gaddafi: Death to All for Everything

Libya's dictator Muammar Al Gaddafi just gave a furious speech on Libyan State TV today warning and threatening anti-government protesters and their supporters, that the Libya would end up like...

Cuba: Cigar Fest

St. Vincent & the Grenadines: Outcry Over Molestation Charges

Trinidad & Tobago: Learning from Nature

Cuba: Masses for Tamayo

Jamaica, Haiti: Insensitive Treatment?

Jamaica: Awaiting Word on Buju

Libya: Why was Gaddafi Late?

This post is part of our special coverage Libya Uprising 2011. Libya's dictator Muammar Al Gaddafi is now speaking on State TV. In the wait leading up to his speech, tweeple...

Iran: VOA Hacked by “Cyber Army”

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