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Nabih Bulos

Nabih Bulos is a staff writer for the Los Angeles Times based in the Middle East. Over the last six years, he has covered the aftermath of the so-called “Arab Spring” revolutions in the region, where his work has taken him to Syria, Iraq, Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan and Yemen as well as on the migrant trail through the Balkans and northern Europe.  A  Fulbright scholar, Bulos is also a concert violinist who has performed with Daniel Barenboim, Valeri Gergyev and Bono.
How the military piggybacked on populist uprisings in Algeria and Sudan

Call it Arab Spring 2.0: After removing their longtime leaders, protesters in Algeria and Sudan now face a new challenge in the form of 'support' from their countries' armies.

Sudan coup: Military ousts President Bashir after months of protests

Sudan’s military ousted and arrested President Omar Hassan Ahmed Bashir on Thursday, delivering the deathblow to the authoritarian’s nearly 30-year rule following months of intense protests. Bashir had taken control in a bloodless coup in 1989.

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