All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Revolution’

Ukrainians Face-Off Against Their Government

A resolution to Ukraine’s political turmoil remained elusive Wednesday as thousands of people continued rallying on Kiev’s Independence Square and besieging key government buildings

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A Special Thanks From #INN

WICHITA, KS – From the bottom of our hearts, we just want to thank all of our readers, writers, supporters and fans. You keep us encouraged to follow through with Infinity’s mission

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Egyptians Fear the Return of Repression

Protesters poured through deadlocked traffic on downtown Cairo’s Qasr Al-Ainy Street on Tuesday evening, demonstrating against a new constitutional article that allows military courts to try civlians

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Bulgarian Students Revolt

It is the fourth week of an occupation. Hundreds of students in a dozen institutions across Bulgaria have taken over all or parts of their universities, padlocking the gates and adding a new dimension to a movement that has rapidly escalated

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Feeding the Flames of Revolt

…an act of nonviolent civil disobedience that championed the public good by exposing abuses of power by the government and a security firm

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Middle East Youth: Dying to Escape Governments and Parents

Dr Momani said that there was a desire among young people in Arab countries to be known and recognised as an individual, and not just as a member of their family

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Americans Turn on Washington

As the U.S. heads toward a potential government shutdown or default, the public is more alienated from Washington than at any time since the aftermath of the 2011 downgrade of the nation’s credit rating

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Occupy: Two Years Later

Thousands of Occupy protesters demonstrated in New York City to mark the second anniversary of the movement on Tuesday, just as new figures show that poverty remains steady and the so-called “1 percent” have only grown wealthier

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Two Million Flee Syria

Syria’s refugee crisis is escalating, with the number of people having fled its borders doubling to 2m in the past six months

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Intel Report Doesn’t Confirm Origin of Syrian Chemical Attack

United States Secretary of State John Kerry said Friday that the US intelligence community has concluded that the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is responsible for killing more than 1,000 people with chemical gas last week near Damascus

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