Arab spring News : June 3, 2012

Has the Arab Spring Returned?
ABC News
Thousands gathered in Cairo’s Tahrir Square today, and at almost 3 amwere still chanting that the revolution is back and the military government needs to go, creating speculation that the Arab Spring has returned. The crowds gathered today after a

ABC News
Mubarak get life sentence in deaths of Arab Spring protesters
Denver Post
For many Egyptians, the conviction — the first of an Arab leader detained after last year’s uprisings — might have been one of the most important achievements so far of the revolution that stunned the world 16 months ago but has sputtered ever since.
Mubarak Arab Spring Trial Result Sparks New Wave of Protests in Egypt’s Tahrir
CAIRO – Tahrir Square closed to traffic Saturday, as protesters trickled in during the hottest part of the day. By nightfall, numbers swelled to the tens of thousands chanting for the fall of military rule and the cleansing of the judiciary.
Egyptians mass for new protest
Mubarak is the only autocrat fallen during the Arab Spring to be put on trial. Protesters in Cairo shout slogans against former President Hosni Mubarak as they await the verdict in his case on Saturday, June 2, 2012. Mubarak is the only autocrat fallen
Arab Spring Returns to Cairo as Egyptians Protest Mubarak Acquittal on Corruption
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Middle East rulers in midst of uprisings
Detroit Free Press
Here’s a look at the others: Tunisia: Former President Zine el Abidine Ben Ali fled to Saudi Arabia in January 2011 after a monthlong uprising sparked the wider Arab Spring. He was convicted in absentia by a Tunisian court for corruption and other
Reports: Oman oil strikers returned to jobs
Sacramento Bee
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Mubarak sentenced to life in prison
CBS News
It was last year’s Arab Spring that ended the chilly Mubarak winter. But for the opposition, his conviction Saturday was only a partial victory. Reclining on a hospital bed, Hosni Mubarak remained silent, seemingly indifferent to the life sentence that

CBS News
Egypt: Hosni Mubarak gets life in prison over Arab Spring deaths
Scotland on Sunday
By HAMZA HENDAWI AND MAGGIE MICHAEL FORMER Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak was jailed for life yesterday for failing to stop more than 900 protesters being killed during the uprising that forced him from power last year. Mubarak and his sons Alaa and

Scotland on Sunday

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