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Mubarak Pleads ‘Not Guilty’ in Historic Egyptian Trial

Egypt‘s former president Hosni Mubarak appeared in a courtroom cage Wednesday charged with the murder of anti-government protesters and corruption.  The trial, unprecedented in Egyptian history, is riveting the nation. As the trial got underway, the judge asked Mubarak if

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Internet Censorship Complicates Problems in Tunisia

Source: The Collegian Online – By Kyle Miller A single flame can ignite revolution. In the case of Tunisia, it happened when a desperate man chose to set himself on fire. In December, Mohamed Bouazizi set himself aflame to protest

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