Arab spring News : May 25, 2012

Breeze of Arab Spring felt on Cannes red carpet
Fox News
CANNES, France – The ripples of the Arab Spring are being felt in summery Cannes, where films from Egypt and Syria, as well as a documentary about the overthrow of Libya’s Moammar Gadhafi, are being screened alongside the latest features from the
Arab Spring – nation by nation developments
San Francisco Chronicle
Arab Spring – Progress to date on Dipity. Voters thronged the polls in Egypt Wednesday and Thursday in the country’s first free presidential election in at least 60 years. No outright winner from a field of thirteen candidates is expected in this first
Rights report hails Arab Spring, scolds North Korea, Syria
Washington Times
The report on Iran cites a harsh crackdown on Arab Spring-inspired demonstrators by the Shiite Muslim clerics who preside over the theocratic regime. “As part of its crackdown, the government increased its oppression of media and the arts,

Washington Times
EVEN by the standards of the world-altering Arab Spring, something
The Australian
Egypt’s disillusioned revolutionaries EVEN by the standards of the world-altering Arab Spring, something extraordinary happened this week in Egypt. The most populous Arab country – with its dark history of political violence, dictatorship and
Instability? Chaos? US sees but brighter side of Arab Spring
Middle East Online
US report hails ‘yearning for change’ in Arab countries, saying they may inspire push for freedom in other world’s dark reaches. WASHINGTON – A US report hailed the “yearning for change” in Arab countries and moves toward openness in military-backed

Middle East Online
Breeze of Arab Spring felt on Cannes red carpet
Broadcast Newsroom
Near Field Communication, or NFC, is an ultra-short-range wireless technology designed to facilitate tasks that range from making cashless payments to unlocking doors. With NFC-enabled mobile phones now commercially available, it`s time for developers
Arab Spring [12-inch] (2012)
Punknews.org
There’s something so effortlessly iconic about listening to Literature’s debut record, Arab Spring. There’s the elegant, simple cover. The one word band name that screams “smart indie rock band.” The title that recalls the Cure’s “Killing an Arab” and

Punknews.org

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