Issa And El Amrani

  • The tragic clashes that took place at a stadium in Port Said on Wednesday night, killing 74 and injuring over 1,000, might be seen as a simple, if deadly, football disaster. After all, such tragedies have happened elsewhere, including in western Europe (remember Sheffield or the Heysel disaster in ...

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  • Millions of Tunisians lined up some for several hours to vote in their countrys first free election. Some voters came with their children to show them, they said, what democracy looks like. Many were also voting for the first time, having refused to take part in the masquerade that electoral ...

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  • Bashar al-Assad just delivered his third public address since the uprising began in Syria. The previous speeches were cocky and confident, arrogant even. In this one he seemed uncomfortable and nervous, gone was the joking and swagger of a month ago. He even appeared to have lost some weight. Assad ...

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