pantslessprogressive:


A Syrian woman reacts as she sits next to her son who was seriously wounded during a violence between security forces and armed groups in Latakia, northwest of Damascus, Syria, on March 27. [Photo: Hussein Malla/AP]
Bahrain, Ivory Coast, Jordan, Syria, Tunisia, Yemen News Roundup: March 28.
Bahrain:
Bahrain opposition says 250 detained, 44 missing | Reuters
Bahrain shuns Kuwait’s mediation offer | AJE
World ignoring Bahrain struggle | Toronto Star
Ivory Coast:
Battle Erupts For Key Ivory Coast Town | VOA
Ivory Coast Refinery Running Out of Crude, May Shut in April | BusinessWeek
EU weighs new sanctions on Ivory Coast’s Gbagbo | Reuters
Britain announces emergency aid for Ivory Coast refugees | Guardian
The Urgent Situation in Cote d’Ivoire | David Paltiel, Yale School of Medicine
Jordan:
Jordan PM defends freedom of speech after unrest | AFP
Jordan: Set Independent Inquiry in Attacks on Protesters | HRW
Syria:
Syrian protesters come under fire from security forces | Guardian
Syrian president wavers between crackdown or compromise as southern protests continues | AP
Assad to replace emergency law with worse: dissident | Reuters
What is at stake if Syria’s regime falls | CS Monitor
A bloody mess | The Economist
As Obama talks Libya, neocons move on to Syria | MinnPost
Pawlenty: Obama administration ‘naive’ on Syria | CNN
Pawlenty blasts Clinton on Assad: ‘ignorant or frighteningly misguided’ | POLITICO
Opinion Brief: Should the U.S. intervene in Syria? | The Week
Argument: The Syrian Time Bomb | Foreign Policy
Peter Goodspeed: Syrian violence raises the stakes on Arab upheaval | National Post
Reader writes the problems of Syria are larger than any individual | CNN
Tunisia:
Tunisia’s interim president sacks interior minister without explanation, report says | AP
The Casbah Coalition | The New Yorker News Desk
Yemen:
Blast at Yemen explosives factory kills 110 | AP
Yemen fighting worsening already dire humanitarian situation, warns UN official | UN News Centre
Activists urge UN rights council to meet on Yemen | Reuters
The Unfolding Situation in Yemen | Steven Heydemann, United States Institute of Peace

pantslessprogressive:

A Syrian woman reacts as she sits next to her son who was seriously wounded during a violence between security forces and armed groups in Latakia, northwest of Damascus, Syria, on March 27. [Photo: Hussein Malla/AP]

Bahrain, Ivory Coast, Jordan, Syria, Tunisia, Yemen News Roundup: March 28.

Bahrain:

Bahrain opposition says 250 detained, 44 missing | Reuters

Bahrain shuns Kuwait’s mediation offer | AJE

World ignoring Bahrain struggle | Toronto Star

Ivory Coast:

Battle Erupts For Key Ivory Coast Town | VOA

Ivory Coast Refinery Running Out of Crude, May Shut in April | BusinessWeek

EU weighs new sanctions on Ivory Coast’s Gbagbo | Reuters

Britain announces emergency aid for Ivory Coast refugees | Guardian

The Urgent Situation in Cote d’Ivoire | David Paltiel, Yale School of Medicine

Jordan:

Jordan PM defends freedom of speech after unrest | AFP

Jordan: Set Independent Inquiry in Attacks on Protesters | HRW

Syria:

Syrian protesters come under fire from security forces | Guardian

Syrian president wavers between crackdown or compromise as southern protests continues | AP

Assad to replace emergency law with worse: dissident | Reuters

What is at stake if Syria’s regime falls | CS Monitor

A bloody mess | The Economist

As Obama talks Libya, neocons move on to Syria | MinnPost

Pawlenty: Obama administration ‘naive’ on Syria | CNN

Pawlenty blasts Clinton on Assad: ‘ignorant or frighteningly misguided’ | POLITICO

Opinion Brief: Should the U.S. intervene in Syria? | The Week

Argument: The Syrian Time Bomb | Foreign Policy

Peter Goodspeed: Syrian violence raises the stakes on Arab upheaval | National Post

Reader writes the problems of Syria are larger than any individual | CNN

Tunisia:

Tunisia’s interim president sacks interior minister without explanation, report says | AP

The Casbah Coalition | The New Yorker News Desk

Yemen:

Blast at Yemen explosives factory kills 110 | AP

Yemen fighting worsening already dire humanitarian situation, warns UN official | UN News Centre

Activists urge UN rights council to meet on Yemen | Reuters

The Unfolding Situation in Yemen | Steven Heydemann, United States Institute of Peace

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Soup: Libya, Ivory Coast, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Yemen News Roundup: March 4. 

pantslessprogressive:

Happy Friday! Here is a news roundup for Libya, Ivory Coast, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Yemen and other countries for Friday, March 4.

[Previously: Mar. 2]

Libya - The People:

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#politics #revolution #libya #ivory coast #jordan #saudi arabia #yemen 
pantslessprogressive:


A Syrian woman reacts as she sits next to her son who was seriously wounded during a violence between security forces and armed groups in Latakia, northwest of Damascus, Syria, on March 27. [Photo: Hussein Malla/AP]
Bahrain, Ivory Coast, Jordan, Syria, Tunisia, Yemen News Roundup: March 28.
Bahrain:
Bahrain opposition says 250 detained, 44 missing | Reuters
Bahrain shuns Kuwait’s mediation offer | AJE
World ignoring Bahrain struggle | Toronto Star
Ivory Coast:
Battle Erupts For Key Ivory Coast Town | VOA
Ivory Coast Refinery Running Out of Crude, May Shut in April | BusinessWeek
EU weighs new sanctions on Ivory Coast’s Gbagbo | Reuters
Britain announces emergency aid for Ivory Coast refugees | Guardian
The Urgent Situation in Cote d’Ivoire | David Paltiel, Yale School of Medicine
Jordan:
Jordan PM defends freedom of speech after unrest | AFP
Jordan: Set Independent Inquiry in Attacks on Protesters | HRW
Syria:
Syrian protesters come under fire from security forces | Guardian
Syrian president wavers between crackdown or compromise as southern protests continues | AP
Assad to replace emergency law with worse: dissident | Reuters
What is at stake if Syria’s regime falls | CS Monitor
A bloody mess | The Economist
As Obama talks Libya, neocons move on to Syria | MinnPost
Pawlenty: Obama administration ‘naive’ on Syria | CNN
Pawlenty blasts Clinton on Assad: ‘ignorant or frighteningly misguided’ | POLITICO
Opinion Brief: Should the U.S. intervene in Syria? | The Week
Argument: The Syrian Time Bomb | Foreign Policy
Peter Goodspeed: Syrian violence raises the stakes on Arab upheaval | National Post
Reader writes the problems of Syria are larger than any individual | CNN
Tunisia:
Tunisia’s interim president sacks interior minister without explanation, report says | AP
The Casbah Coalition | The New Yorker News Desk
Yemen:
Blast at Yemen explosives factory kills 110 | AP
Yemen fighting worsening already dire humanitarian situation, warns UN official | UN News Centre
Activists urge UN rights council to meet on Yemen | Reuters
The Unfolding Situation in Yemen | Steven Heydemann, United States Institute of Peace
3 years ago
#syria #ivory coast #jordan #tunisia #yemen #revolution #politics 
Soup: Libya, Ivory Coast, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Yemen News Roundup: March 4.→

pantslessprogressive:

Happy Friday! Here is a news roundup for Libya, Ivory Coast, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Yemen and other countries for Friday, March 4.

[Previously: Mar. 2]

Libya - The People:

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3 years ago
#politics #revolution #libya #ivory coast #jordan #saudi arabia #yemen