Who said Gaddafi had to go? London Review of Books, Hugh RobertsSo Gaddafi is dead and Nato has fought a war in North Africa for the first time since the FLN defeated France in 1962. The Arab world’s one and only State of the Masses, the Socialist People’s Libyan Arab Jamahiriyya, has ended badly.
Al-Azhar head demands Arabs stop Syrian bloodshed Al Musry Al Youm, MENAAl-Azhar Grand Sheikh Ahmed al-Tayyeb called on Arab countries and liberals worldwide to work to stop the bloodshed in Syria, calling the situation in the country “dangerous.”
Tunisia’s Trade Deficit Doubles Tunisia Live, Bernard YarosOver 2,000 years ago, ancient Carthage dominated trade throughout the Mediterranean region, exporting textiles, agriculture, artisanal work, manufactured goods and precious minerals.
Bahrain anniversary marked by clashes, arrests Agence France Press, NewsBahraini police fired tear gas and birdshot at pro-democracy protesters and arrested dozens in clashes that raged through the night and into early Wednesday, the opposition said, as the kingdom marked the first anniversary of a Shiite-led uprising.
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