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World NowIt started with some teenagers and a can of paint. “The people want to bring down the regime,” the students wrote on a wall In the southern Syrian farming town of Dara....
World NowThe Syrian uprising has produced artwork that is now on display as part of an exhibit of works by Syrian artists inside the country. The pieces were completed in the last year, since anti-government protests began last March....
World NowThe fate of Malawi's ailing president, Bingu wa Mutharika, was unclear in what appeared to be a sign of a struggle over who would succeed him....
ReutersDefense Secretary Leon Panetta warned on Sunday that Israel is becoming increasingly isolated in the Middle East and said U.S. security commitments should enable it to take "risks for peace." Panetta, who arrives in Israel on Monday for the first time...
Tags: Egypt, Government, Benjamin Netanyahu, Leon Panetta, Stress
OSLO, Norway — Africa's first democratically elected female president, a Liberian campaigner against rape and a woman who stood up to Yemen's autocratic regime won the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday in recognition of the importance of women's rights in...
KIAHIt's getting more serious in Syria, with Americans under attack. Pro-government mobs are vandalizing the U.S. Embassy, raising a Syrian flag over the compound and protesters have also attacked the home of U.S. Ambassador Robert Ford who said on the...
Tags: Government, KIAH, Freedom of the Press, Syria, Censorship
Staff reporterA Queens law student arrived at John F. Kennedy International Airport Saturday for an emotional reunion with his family, after he was freed from an Egyptian prison. Having stepped off a flight from Israel with his mother, Irene, and Democratic Rep....
Wael Ghonim is an unlikely rebel. Born in Egypt in 1980, he began working his first Web job while studying at Cairo University, then moved to the U.S. (where he married an American) and eventually became Google's top marketing representative for the...
Tribune reporterIn the turbulent wake of the Egyptian revolution, traveling by bus from Cairo to Medinat Al Salam on the outskirts of the capital city might qualify for many as a test of will. But the trek for Sarah Smierciak, 22, one of two Chicago-area natives to...
The mother of the Indiana University student arrested in Cairo earlier this week said she was told by officials her son would be released Friday. Fox59's media partners, the Herald Times, reported a U.S. Embassy spokesperson said Luke Gates and two...
The father of an Indiana University student arrested in Cairo told Fox59 it was a rough Thanksgiving at the family’s home. Luke Gates, 21, was arrested earlier this week with two other students who were studying abroad at the American...
Just a year and change since the protests that marked the beginning of the Egyptian revolution, Wael Ghonim was in Chicago this weekend for a conversation about his new book, Revolution 2.0, and questions about social activism. He spoke with the Tribune&...
Tags: Egypt, Democracy, Google Inc., Social Issues, Occupy Wall Street
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Nov 25, 2011 |Column| WXIN-LTV
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Feb 5, 2012 |Story| Chicago Tribune
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