01/31/2013 11:21amTunisia has announced the renewal for another month of the North African country's state of emergency citing armed clashes with militant groups on the borders and internal unrest.
01/31/2013 12:43pmWhile backpacking in Europe and Asia, Wijbe Abma was moved by stories of human tragedy in Syria, torn by a civil war that has left people queuing for hours in the cold for basic goods like bread and fuel.
01/31/2013 1:57pmWith near impunity and the backing of the Islamist president, Egyptian police have been accused of firing wildly at protesters, beating them and lashing out with deadly force in clashes across much of the country the past week, regaining their Hosni Mubarak-era notoriety as a tool of repression.
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