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French Embassy hit by Car Bomb in Tri...
Tripoli, Libya
By Tripcarbons
23 Apr 2013

Bomb explosion at 7.05 am. First attack of its kind on an Embassy in Tripoli.
Security guards and people living near by have been hospitalised.

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French Embassy hit by Car Bomb in Tri...
Tripoli, Libya
By Tripcarbons
23 Apr 2013

Bomb explosion at 7.05 am. First attack of its kind on an Embassy in Tripoli.
Security guards and people living near by have been hospitalised.

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French Embasy hit by Car Bomb in Trip...
Tripoli, Libya
By Tripcarbons
23 Apr 2013

Bomb explosion at 7.05 am. First attack of its kind on an Embassy in Tripoli.
Security guards and people living near by have been hospitalised.

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Car Explodes Outside French Embassy i...
Tripoli, Libya
By Mais Istanbuli
23 Apr 2013

The city of Tripoli woke up this morning to their first attack on a foreign embassy leaving many to doubt the powers of local security forces. US officials have made allegations that Al-Qaeda may have been involved in the car bombing at the French embassy.

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Bahraini Clashes
Sitra, Bahrain
By Benjamin Hall
22 Apr 2013

Bahraini protesters clash with riot police in Shiite villages surrounding the capital Manama.

00:00
Young protesters wave the Bahrain flag while yelling "Fall to Hamad" (Hamad being King Hamad Ibn Issa Al Khalifa of Bahrain)

00:15
The crowd is yelling "peaceful protest"

00:25
Security forces throw what appears to be tear gas at protesters.
The crowd is yelling "Allah Akbar (God is Great)"

00:30
The crowd runs from the tear gas

00:48
The protesters are throwing rocks at security forces from behind a wooden barricade.

1:24
The protesters throw what appears to be tear gas canisters back at the security forces.

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Opposition Demonstration Against Musl...
Downtown Cairo, Egypt
By elmasdr
19 Apr 2013

Opposition activists protest against the Muslim Brotherhood, while thousands of Muslim Brotherhood members protest judiciary demands.

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Muslim Brotherhood Shooting At protes...
Downtown Cairo, Egypt
By elmasdr
19 Apr 2013

Members of the Muslim Brotherhood shoot at protesters with a Cartouche gun.

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Black Bloc March In Cairo (4 of 4)
Downtown Cairo, Egypt
By elmasdr
19 Apr 2013

Protesters organize a black bloc protest in downtown Cairo in protest of the Muslim Brotherhood.

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Black Bloc March In Cairo (3 of 4)
Downtown Cairo, Egypt
By elmasdr
19 Apr 2013

Protesters organize a black bloc protest in downtown Cairo in protest of the Muslim Brotherhood.

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Angry At The Muslim Brotherhood
Downtown Cairo, Egypt
By elmasdr
19 Apr 2013

Protesters march in downtown Cairo against the Muslim Brotherhood.

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Muslim Brotherhood Shield
Egyptian High Court, Cairo, Egypt
By elmasdr
19 Apr 2013

Members of the Muslim Brotherhood build a shield in front of the high court to protect themselves and use it to attack opposition activists.

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Venezuelan Elections, 2013
Caracas, Venezuela
By Mais Istanbuli
15 Apr 2013

Venezuelan opposition leader Henrique Capriles has stated that he will not accept Chavista candidate Nicolas Maduro’s victory until a full audit of the election results is carried out. Capriles has slammed the ruling party with allegations of election fraud.

With the vote split almost equally, acting President Nicolas Maduro has won the Venezuelan presidential election, and is set to replace Hugo Chavez.

Venezuelan election authorities have announced that with 99.12% of the votes counted, Maduro is leading with 50.66 per cent of the votes cast. Capriles is dragging behind with 49.07 per cent.
With the vote split almost equally acting President Nicolas Maduro has won Venezuelan presidential election to replace Hugo Chavez.

Venezuelan election authorities have announced that with 99.12% of votes counted Maduro is leading with 50.66 per cent of the votes cast. Capriles is dragging behind with 49.07 per cent.

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Syrian Opposition Group Attacks a Car...
Idleb, Syria
By Idleb Press
25 Mar 2013

A Cargo plane transporting supplies for the Syrian regime was attacked by opposition anti aircraft weaponry which led to the crash of the plane. The weaponry is owned by the North Free Brigade a faction of the Free Syrian Army, the action took place in the battle of "Qminas Free" which was located near the Qarmeed camp in the countryside of Idleb.

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Musharraf Returns To Pakistan After E...
Karachi, Pakistan
By U.S. Editor
23 Mar 2013

Pakistan's former military ruler Pervez Musharraf returned home on Sunday after more than four years in self-imposed exile. He addresses workers of his APML party at the airport
Photo by Yasir Kazmi, Karachi, Pakistan

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Obama's Visit To Ramallah
Ramallah, West Bank, Palestine
By U.S. Editor
19 Mar 2013

Demonstrators gather to protest the Obama's visit to Ramallah, in the West Bank.

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FLASH MOB IN KUALA LUMPUR
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
By Mais Istanbuli
08 Mar 2013

Malaysians call for an end to violence against women. Hundreds of people danced to the song "Break the Chain" in a Flash Mob organised by Body Shop staff in Kuala Lumpur on International Women's Day, 2013.

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Supporters of Hugo Chavez attend the ...
polanco schiller, Mexico
By manuel castillo
06 Mar 2013

Venezuelan citizens, come to the Embassy in Mexico to pay tribute in honor of the late president Hugo chavez

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Candles in Memory of the President of...
polanco schiller, Mexico
By manuel castillo
06 Mar 2013

Venezuelan citizens, come to the Embassy in Mexico to pay tribute in honor of the late president Hugo chavez

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Guard jokes with voters as they prepa...
Nairobi, Kenya
By tipilakota
04 Mar 2013

Guard jokes with voters at the Westlands Primary polling station as they prepare to cast their vote in the 4 March 2013 Kenyan election

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Kenyan elections: Coalition for Refor...
Nairobi, Kenya
By Mais Istanbuli
04 Mar 2013

Supporters of political parties rally on the day of elections, Nairobi, Kenya.

Thousands of people gathered in central Nairobi on Saturday to hear Kenya's presidential frontrunners offer their final pleas on the last day of campaigning.
Supporters of Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta dressed in the party's red colors met in the capital's Uhuru Park.

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People in Dhaka celebrating the death...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
By Mais Istanbuli
28 Feb 2013

A special war crimes tribunal in Bangladesh has sentenced the leader of an Islamic political party to death for crimes stemming from the nation's 1971 fight for independence, a politically charged decision that sparked violent protests.

The Jamaat-e-Islami leader Delwar Hossain Sayedee was found guilty of eight counts out of 20 involving mass killings, rape and atrocities during the nine-month war against Pakistan, the prosecutor Syed Haider Ali said. The verdict was announced by the presiding tribunal judge ATM Fazle Kabir in a packed courtroom.

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Military plane crash in Sana'a, Yemen...
Sana'a, Yemen
By luke_somers
20 Feb 2013

A deaf and dumb soldier at the site of the crash used gestures to explain how the aircraft struck the impacted buildings.

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Military plane crash in Sana'a, Yemen...
Sana'a, Yemen
By luke_somers
20 Feb 2013

A citizen uses his tablet to record clean-up efforts hours after the military plane crash.

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After The Protest
Amman, Jordan
By Melissa Tabeek
16 Nov 2012

After a protest of a few hundred people in Al-Nuzha Circle in Hussein Camp — an area that was originally a Palestinian refugee camp — the unrest moved up to Al-Nuzha Police Station on Jordan Street at about 10:30 p.m. on November 16, where rocks were launched at the building and the people in front of it, including regime loyalists who were in cars in front of the police station, by around 200 people from different surrounding areas. Police retaliated by firing warning shots with live ammunition. Riot police showed up minutes later with two vehicles to shore up the area, before going into the protest at the end of the street to disperse the crowd with tear gas.

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WHAT'S HAPPENING IN BEIRUT, SYRIA, EG...
Middle East
By Editor's Picks
23 Sep 2012

Hundreds of Lebanese gathered in downtown Beirut Friday, September 21, 2012 to protest the recent insults on the Prophet Mohammed seen in the infamous trailer posted on Youtube, as well as the cartoons in the French publication Charlie Hebdo.

Rebels shoot down government planes, but not quickly enough to stem the flow of refugees to the Turkish border.

Egypt's Supreme Administrative Court ordered the dissolution of Egypt's lower house of parliament based on a prior verdict ruled last June that the elections law that allowed voting-in of parliament members was unconstitutional.

Pro-reform protesters calling for the release of political activists march from King Hussein Mosque in Amman, Jordan, after Friday Prayer.

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White Knights stand demanding the rem...
Egypt
By ahmedrassd
19 Sep 2012

A video report by Ahmed Rassd on the stance taken by the White Knights demanding the removal of the Mamdouh Abbas council broadcasted on RNN News.

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Editor's Picks 13 September 2012
Middle East
By Editor's Picks
12 Sep 2012

Demonstrations continue in front of the US Embassy in Cairo, with clashes breaking out between police and protesters including a constant volley of smoking tear gas canisters. Bahraini religious figures protest as well, though keeping their demonstration non-violent. About a hundred Tunisians protested on Wednesday, September 12, in front of the US Embassy, shouting anti-American slogans and burning American flags.

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Syrian Refugees at Turkish Border
Yayladagi, Turkey
By admin
11 Mar 2012

Yayladagi, Turkey: March 9, 2012

Interview with Syrian refugees in a camp at the Turkish border.

These Syrian men claim they were forced to flee after they were shot by the Syrian army while protesting against the Assad regime. They speak about their escape to this refugee camp in the town of Yayladagi, on the Turkish border. One of the men speaks about his family in Syria and about his girlfriend who he dreams of marrying some day.

00:14 - 00: 27
They are raping women and killing them. In Homs, they (the Shibiha, Assad’s personal militia) killed 64 men, women and children by butchering them with knives.
00:36 - 00:40
If they give me weapons, I will go to Syria right away.
00:42- 01:00
Q:Are the Alawites participating in the fighting?
A:Yes, they are recruiting civilians for security forces to kill Sunni people.
01:01 - 01:05
They want to turn the conflict into a sectarian issue, but we are not going to do it. They want to kill us.
01:07 - 01:09
My family is in Syria. I am not married.
01:15-01:19
Who can live under the bombs?
01:20 – 01:21
Q:Are you in contact with them?
01:22 - 01:26
Our village is on the border of Turkey.
01:27 -01:30
Can them come visit you?
01:31- 01:34
A:No they cannot, the army is planting mines on the border.
01:36 - 01:46
Q:When you go back to Syria, will you get married?
A:No, they are killing us now.
01:50 - 01:54
A:Yes I wish to get married and get back to my life.
01:55 - 02:06
Q:What do you think if Bashar leaves?
A:Our life would be better.
02:20 - 02:30
Q:What would you tell Bashar if you ever met him?
A:If I meet him I will say we do not like you, leave us.
02:31 - 03:01
Q:How do you feel when you watch the news?
A:I feel sad and broken, no country is on our side. Israel is the little son of Bashar, what I mean is that they are in each other’s embrace. Israel is the little daughter of Bashar.
03:02 – 03:11
Q:What about your accommodation?
A:Turkey is taking care of us.
03:12 - 03: 24
Q:Is there any aid coming from abroad?
A:I don't know. I have only been here for a few days yet. People here know more.
03:26 - 03:40
We don't like Russia and its imperialism. Iran, China and Russia are selling the Syrian blood.
03:41 - 04:02
On T.V Tayyip Erdogan said that he is ready to welcome 100,000 Syrian refugees in turkey.
We are 10,000 now and there are people missing and no one can help us.
04:19 - 04:26
A week ago my family came over from Syria but there is not enough tents. They are going from tents to tents to find a place to sleep.
04:28 - 04:39
Some people are getting married here because they could not while in Syria.
Bashar took our money. He stole it.
05:28 -05:54
The wound was bigger and you could see the bone. They took a piece from here (thigh) and put it there.

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Attempts to resuscitate a child fail ...
Cairo, Egypt
By a.fatah85
17 Dec 2011

Cairo: A 13 year old is shot by the army in clashes between troops and demonstrators near Parliament. He died during attempts to resuscitate him outside the field hospital near Tahrir Square.

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Horytna: The Revolutionary Pirate Rad...
Cairo, Egypt
By mgdowney
09 Mar 2011

Horytna.net Co-founder, Ahmed Samih, talks about the organization, it's functions, and how it gives the youth a chance to talk about the issues in Egypt they think are important. Executive Producer, Maria Dayton.

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Maya from WWGN interviews Sherif
Cairo, Egypt
By sherifaq
09 Mar 2011

It is an interview about the 25th of Jan Revolution that took place in Egypt. A reflection on what happened and what the future may still hold.

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Phnom Penh Stampede
Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
By Jeffrey Bright
23 Nov 2010

Once a coffin was detained, family members layed the victims body and carried coffins to army trucks which will deliver coffins to the families home towns and allow families to mourn and bury the deceased. Phnom Penh, Cambodia. 23/11/2010