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Revolt Like An Egyptian

  1. The Assads’ Media Appeal, ExplainedHe speaks English, and his wife is hot.”
  2. Assad Press Aide Did Get Into Columbia After AllWhether it was because of Babs or not, we’ll never know.
  3. The Assads Hand Out Food to Syrians for the CameraDoes not stop the bombing, though.
  4. Murderous Dictator Also Has Bad Taste in MusicWhich crime against humanity is worse?
  5. Muammar Qaddafi Killed As Sirte Falls: Report [Updated]A NATO airstrike outside of Sirte.
  6. Three Women in Politics Won the Nobel Peace PrizeNot Palin, Bachmann, and Clinton.
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    Occupying Wall Street With Yoga, Pillow Fights, and Small-Group DiscussionsJust what the mayor was worried about.
  8. Libyan Rebel Leader Warns Followers Against ‘Retribution’Mustafa Abdel Jalil made his first public address in Tripoli on Monday.
  9. The 24-Year-Old Woman Who Helped Bring Down Qaddafi’s RegimeThis is not a sex diary.
  10. Saadi Qaddafi Located in NigerHis father is still unaccounted for.
  11. The Qaddafi Regime Was Awful, Part MXVIQaddafi’s army reportedly used children as human shields.
  12. Lockerbie Bomber Dying for Real This Time?CNN found him in a supposedly near-comatose state.
  13. Libyan Rebels Say They Have Qaddafi SurroundedIt’s unclear whether this is true, but there is optimism among the rebels.
  14. Foreign Journalists Freed From Tripoli HotelIt’s been an absolute nightmare for all of us.”
  15. Qaddafi’s Endgame: Was His Hyped Chess Game Faked?He doesn’t look like he’s using his chess skills effectively.”
  16. Muammar Qaddafi Left Without His HatWe know this because some other dude is wearing it now.
  17. Libyan Rebels Breach Qaddafi’s Compound [Updated]After heavy gunfire and explosions.
  18. Qaddafi’s Son Taunts Libyans as the Dictator Remains at LargeTwo of the Qaddafi kids are now unexpectedly on the loose.
  19. America Has Decided on Its Reward for Helping to Topple Qaddafi: The Lockerbie MastermindSenators, presidential candidates, and political observers want him back in prison, ASAP.
  20. Where in the World Is Muammar Qaddafi?Several theories.
  21. Are Muammar Qaddafi’s Days Actually Numbered Now?Like, a single-digit number?
  22. Muammar Qaddafi’s Days: Still NumberedThe Obama administration might want to stop saying this.
  23. One of the Bloodiest Days Yet in the Syrian Government’s CrackdownAt least 70 dead.
  24. Libyan Rebels’ Military Leader KilledHe had been close to Qaddafi before the revolution.
  25. Britain Kicks Out Qaddafi LoyalistsYou don’t have to go home, but you can’t stay here.
  26. Qaddafi Might Be Allowed to Stay in Libya in Exchange for a Cease-fire DealHis fate will rest in the hands of Libyans. Which might make him want to leave?
  27. U.S. Recognizes Libyan Rebels As Official GovernmentWe can now send cash their way.
  28. Egypt Fires Nearly 600 Police OfficersProtesters are still having an impact.
  29. U.S. Embassy in Syria Attacked by Government SupportersTheir government, not ours, obviously.
  30. France Armed Libyan Rebels Against QaddafiThe assistance came at a crucial moment of stalemate.
  31. What, Exactly, Is Dennis Kucinich Doing in Syria?It’s his second trip to meet with Assad in the past five years.
  32. Yemen’s President Is Going to Come HomeHe hasn’t been heard from since flying to Saudi Arabia to treat his wounds.
  33. The House of Representatives Is Not Okay With Obama’s Libya InterventionHe’s still probably got the backing of the Senate, though, so it’s unlikely a resolution to defund the operation will have any teeth.
  34. Saudi Women Protest Driving Ban by Getting Behind the WheelThey were spurred on by encouragement from social-media sites and inspired by recent protests elsewhere in the Middle East.
  35. Gay Girl in Damascus Blogger May Actually Be in ScotlandAnd not abducted by the Syrian government.
  36. The Sad Truth About Life After Revolution in EgyptFour months later, Egypt’s economy is struggling.
  37. Goldman and Libya: Did the Firm Break Bribery Laws?The SEC is looking into it.
  38. Syrian Protests Get Bloodier; Confusion Over Missing BloggerMaher al-Assad, brother of the dictator, is the country’s enforcer.
  39. Syria’s Ambassador to France Denies Resigning On-Air [Update]Or maybe doesn’t.
  40. NATO Spent the Day Bombing QaddafiWe welcome death!” he replied.
  41. Yemen’s President More Severely Injured Than ThoughtHe has burns on more than 40 percent of his body.
  42. Congress Scolds Obama for Doing the War in Libya All on His OwnA bi-partisan resolution rebukes Obama and demands more information.
  43. Libyan Rape Victim Eman al-Obeidy Sent Back to LibyaBy Qatari officials.
  44. Syrian President Issues AmnestyLet’s see how this goes over.
  45. Goldman Sachs Was Really Sorry It Lost 98 Percent of Libya’s $1.3 Billion InvestmentFirst the bankers offered many opportunities to earn the country its money back. Then they fled.
  46. Armed Western Men Spotted Hanging Out in LibyaBritish guys, probably.
  47. Egyptian General Admits to ‘Virginity Checks’ on ProtestersFemale protesters only, of course.
  48. Syrians Now Protest Under Cover of NightWe have other tactics for the coming weeks and months. We expect our uprising to continue for a long time.”
  49. Yemen President’s Irrational Behavior Gets Even WeirderAn irrational dictator gets even weirder.
  50. Mubarak Will Face TrialFor the deaths of protesters in Tahrir Square.
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