Tunisia Newslinks for 12 February, 2011

12 February, 2011 — creative-i.info

Egyptian uprising inspired by Tunisia’s upheaval
Sify
Cairo, Feb 12 (IANS) The month-long revolution in Tunisia, which led to the
change of a 23-year military regime, was the inspiration for the uprising
by …
www.sify.com/news/egyptian-uprising-inspired-by-tunisia-s-upheaval-news-international-lcmcObehdea.html

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Wikileaks Newslinks for 12 February, 2011

12 February, 2011 — creative-i.info

Arguments in Assange extradition hearing end; ruling expected Feb. 24
Washington Post
By Anthony Faiola and Karla Adam LONDON – Attorneys for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange insisted in the closing arguments of his extradition hearing here …
www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2011/02/11/AR2011021106308.html

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Change Has Finally Come to Egypt

12 February, 2011

After 30 long years, Hosni Mubarak’s reign of terror is over, but the revolution is just beginning. A military-dominated provisional government now rules in Mubarak’s place. What happens next and what form of government Egypt ends up with will be determined by the struggle between the country’s political parties…




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VTJP Palestine/Israel Newslinks 11 February, 2011: What does the Egyptian Revolution mean for Palestine?

11 February, 2011 – VTJP

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International Middle East Media Center

Army Attacks Palestinian Protesters In East Jerusalem
IMEMC – Saturday February 12, 2011 – 00:34, Israeli soldiers and policemen attacked dozens of Palestinian protesters in Silwan, south of the Al Aqsa Mosque in occupied East Jerusalem, after the residents conducted Friday prayers at the mosque.

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New at Strategic Culture Foundation 5 – 11 February, 2011

12 February, 2011 — Strategic Culture Foundation

Russia is right about Iran sanctions

11.02.2011 | 17:30 | BHADRAKUMAR Melkulangara (India)
There is striking similarity in the predicament that India and Russia face with regard to the situation around Iran. For both, Iran has been and will always remain a key strategic partner… The heart of the matter is that the Iran nuclear problem always had a larger-than-life significance… The US’ doublespeak is at once apparent: it camouflages geopolitics as its non-proliferation agenda in the Middle East. Everyone knows that Iran situation is a litmus test of the end of the ‘unipolar’ era…
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