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Russia’s 2012 crackdown worst since Soviet era , report

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Authoritarianism increased last year in Russia to levels unseen since the Soviet era with a raft of harsh laws curbing

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Iran launches its own YouTube version web-site

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Iran has launched a video-sharing site in its latest effort to provide alternative government-sanctioned Internet services. Dubbed “Mehr,” the Farsi

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Egypt’s judges refuse to work with President Morsi

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Egypt’s judges drew up new battle lines in the country’s constitutional crisis on Sunday, announcing they would refuse to work

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Egyptian protesters, police clash before Cairo rally

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Egyptian protesters and police are clashing today in Cairo just hours ahead of a massive rally by opponents of the

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Egypt’s Mursi to meet judges over power grab

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Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi will meet senior judges on Monday to try to ease a crisis over his seizure of

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Egypt’s stock market plunges after Morsi’s power grab

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Egypt’s stock market plunged on Sunday in its first day open since Islamist President Mohammed Morsi’s seizure of new powers

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The Bashar al-Assad I know

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Expectations were a serious problem for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad from the very beginning of his rise to power in 2000 following the death of his father, Hafiz al-Assad.

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At least 60 killed in suspected massacre in Syria

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At least 60 charred bodies were found Thursday in a suburb of the Syrian capital of Damascus in what activists

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Swedish DM calls Saudi regime a ‘dictatorship’

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Sweden’s minister for defense Karin Enström, slammed by human rights organizations for refusing to call Saudi Arabia a “dictatorship”, has

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Bashir: Sudan constitution to be “100 percent Islamic”

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President Omar Hassan al-Bashir said on Saturday Sudan’s next constitution would be “100 percent Islamic” to set an example for

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