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11 February 2011

Stories from 11 February 2011

Saudi Arabia: Cheers for Our Egyptian Brothers!

In their reaction to the news that Hosni Mubarak stepped down, Saudis joyfully congratulated Egyptians on their victory, especially those in Tahrir Square.

Tunisia: Slim Amamou Speaks About Tunisia, Egypt and the Arab World

Slim Amamou, a 33-year-old Tunisian blogger, programmer and activist, made the headlines back in January 18th, 2011, when he was appointed Minister for the Youth and Sports in the interim...

Yemen: Protests Continue Away from International Media Eyes

With the entire world watching Egypt as it celebrates the uprooting of its dictator, Yemenis are calling for help and the world's media attention, as they take to the streets...

Bhutan: Story Of A Sheep Endangered By Construction Boom

Cuba: Calls to Demonstrate

Iran: Posters for 14th of February

Iran:”Attack at Mashahi at pro-regime rally”

Colombia: If Mubarak were Colombian

Around the time Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak was scheduled to deliver his disappointing speech on February 10, 2011, the hashtag #siMubarakfueracolombiano ("If Mubarak were Colombian") started trending on the local...

Cuba: The Disconnect

Iran: Hope, Joy, Envy as Egypt Breaks Free

Iranian bloggers welcomed the departure of Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak today with both joy and envy. It is an amazing coincidence that Mubarak was brought down on exactly the 32th...

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