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By benim
In Analysis
Mar 9th, 2011
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The winds of change that has been rocking the Arab world have once again confirmed the fact that every tyranny is a house built on sand. Unlike rock solid democratic systems that are built on the consent of the people, evil tyrannical regimes are founded on brutality, oppression, corruption, dominati...
By benim
In Egypt
Feb 22nd, 2011
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Egypt’s public prosecutor today took steps to freeze the foreign assets of deposed Egyptian president, Hosni MubarakHosni Mubarak. Reuters reports the move is a signal Mubarak will be held accountable by those to whom he handed power more than a week ago. In a statement, the prosecutor had aske...
By benim
In Egypt
Feb 14th, 2011
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Cairo – The omnipresent pictures of former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak were being officially removed from government offices and streets on Sunday. Large pictures of Mubarak, who resigned after almost 30 years in power on Friday following 18 days of street protests, were also removed from ...
By benim
In Analysis
Feb 13th, 2011
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As ordinary Egyptians have erupted in jubilant euphoria at Tahrir Square and on the streets of Egypt after the fall of the three-decade long dictator Hosni Mubarak, Ethiopians in and outside of the country have been keenly watching the wind of change from North Africa. We have witnessed history unfol...