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Thousands march to protest Syria killings

by New York Times March 24, 2011

Syria’s repressive leadership came under unexpectedly heavy pressure on Thursday as thousands of angry demonstrators massed again in the southern city of Dara’a, demanding democratic reform and protesting the deaths of more than a dozen people shot by security forces in the past week....

Muslim Brotherhood is rising force in new Egypt

by Michael Slackman New York Times March 24, 2011

CAIRO — In post-revolutionary Egypt, where hope and confusion collide in the daily struggle to build a new nation, religion has emerged as a powerful political force, following an uprising that was based on secular ideals. The Muslim Brotherhood, an Islamist group once banned by the state, is at t...

Western forces attack Libya, establish no-fly zone; Arab League objects to severity of attack

by Al Jazeera March 20, 2011

Admiral Mike Mullen, chairman of the US joint chiefs of staff, has said the military operation in Libya called for by the UN Security Council is not aimed at regime change - adding that a "stalemate" could well exist, leaving Muammar Gaddafi in power....

Egypt approves constitutional changes by overwhelming vote

by Al Jazeera March 20, 2011

Egyptians have voted overwhelmingly in favour of a package of constitutional amendments, according to official results released on Sunday evenin...

Obama demands pullback of Libyan troops; Tripoli declares ceasefire

by William Branigin, Liz Sly and Sudarsan Raghavan Washington Post March 18, 2011

President Obama demanded Friday that the Libyan government move beyond its declaration of a cease-fire in response to a U.N. Security Council resolution and pull its troops back from cities recently captured from rebels....

Photo: Al Jazeera March 14, 2011

Battle for control rages in Libya—Gaddafi forces inch towards opposition stronghold of Benghazi while wrangle over UN decision on no-fly zone crawls

by Al Jazeera March 15, 2011

Muammar Gaddafi, the Libyan leader's forces and rebels are fighting for control of the oil town of Brega as the battle for eastern Libya edged closer to Benghazi, the so-called "rebel capital" in the east....

Libyan forces rout rebels as West’s effort for no-flight zone stalls

by Anthony Shadid New York Times March 15, 2011

AJDABIYA, Libya — Behind tanks, heavy artillery and airstrikes, forces loyal to Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi routed a ragtag army of insurgents and would-be revolutionaries who were holding the last defensive line before the rebel capital of Benghazi on Tuesday....

Surge in drug violence puts prosperity at risk in Monterrey, Mexico’s richest city

by Nick Miroff and and William Booth Washington Post March 10, 2011

When American baseball executives were looking for a place to move the struggling Montreal Expos franchise five years ago, Mexican investors brought them here, to this booming metropolis two hours south of the Texas border....

Egyptians desperate for democracy, but wary of US assistance in part because most past US aid has gone to the military and been interpreted by Egyptia...

by Kathy Lally and Mary Beth Sheridan Washington Post March 5, 2011

CAIRO - For years, the United States tried to offer democracy-building help here but was thwarted by an Egyptian government that was committed to the opposite....

Headquarters of Egypt’s widely feared security agency overrun in Cairo

by William Wan and Liz Sly Washington Post March 5, 2011

CAIRO - Hundreds of protesters stormed the headquarters of Egypt's widely feared State Security Investigations agency in Cairo on Saturday and began sifting through thousands of potentially inflammatory documents, marking another step toward dismantling the administration of ousted President Hosni M...

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