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Egyptian Revolution (2011-12)

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  • Hundreds injured as Egyptian police clash with protesters

     
    Egypt, protests, military, violence: More than 500 protesters were injured Saturday in clashes with riot police in another eruption of Egyptian anger ahead next week's parliamentary elections....
  • Mosque becomes hospital for protesters in Cairo's Tahrir Square

     
    The Omar Makram mosque on Cairo's Tahrir Square has become a hospital, a collision of religious devotion and emergency-room heroics set against the background of an uprising that Egyptian government health officials say has killed at least 22 and...
  • Hillary Rodham Clinton: Syria conflict could become civil war

     
    Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton warned Friday that Syria could plummet into a full-fledged civil war, echoing what her Russian counterpart said a day earlier. The Syrian opposition says that growing numbers of army soldiers have been deserting...
  • World can beat AIDS but funding must increase, U.N. says

     
    The world can beat AIDS, the United Nations says, but funding must increase. UNAIDS reports global AIDS-related deaths have fallen 21% from their 1997 peak, but sub-Saharan Africa is still hardest hit with a million deaths a year....
  • Rebel grenade strike reported in Syrian capital

     
    REPORTING FROM BEIRUT -- Rebels reportedly mounted a grenade attack Sunday on a central Damascus building belonging to the ruling Baath party in what would be the most audacious strike to date in the Syrian capital, according to opposition activists and...
  • Three American students arrested in Egypt protests

     
    Egypt: Three American students were arrested Monday, accused of throwing petrol bombs at police during the ongoing protests in Cairo....
  • U.N. panel votes to condemn Syria for violent crackdown

     
    A United Nations committee voted Tuesday to condemn Syria for its violent crackdown on protesters, stepping up the pressure Syria's increasingly isolated president, Bashar Assad, after Turkey’s prime minister urged him to step down....
  • Egypt's military rulers agree to speed up handover of power

     
    Egypt’s military rulers agreed Tuesday to speed up the timetable for a transfer of power to a civilian government and to accepted the resignation of the widely unpopular military-backed interim government, according to state media....
  • Pakistan's envoy to U.S. resigns over alleged bid for U.S. help

     
    Pakistan’s ambassador to the U.S. stepped down Tuesday following accusations that he engineered a memo to the U.S. that urged Washington to help rein in his country’s powerful armed forces....
  • Egyptian protesters rally in Tahrir Square for fourth day

     
    Egypt’s military rulers are in emergency talks with political groups as thousands of protesters marched into Tahrir Square on the fourth day of pro-democracy rallies that have left at least 29 people dead....
  • Bahrain's king pledges reforms after inquiry documents abuses

     
    Bahrain report cites abuses. A special commission reported Wednesday that Bahraini security forces used excessive force and torture against mostly Shiite Muslim protesters who rose up against the Sunni monarchy early this year....