Author: admin

Tehran will bar opposition rally (Reuters)

Reuters – Tehran will refuse permission for a reformist opposition rally in support of the uprising that toppled Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, a government official was quoted as saying Saturday. Yahoo! News: World News

Palestinians Announce Plans For Presidential Election

The surprise announcement of elections by September was apparently prompted by the political unrest spreading in the Arab world. The statement came as longtime chief Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat resigned following leaks about proposed concessions to Israel. » E-Mail This     » Add to NPR Topics: News

clean-up begins in Cairo as protesters head home –

Globe and Mail clean-up begins in Cairo as protesters head young and old rallied around Cairo to start the clean-up of the city after an 18-day uprising that ended in the removal of President Hosni Mubarak …Without Mubarak, Egypt state TV switches sidesNewsday (subscription)Crude realityBoston GlobeWorld celebrates Egypt while regimes censor newsCTV.caBangkok Post –Bangkok Post –Wall Street Journal –New York Timesall 23,806 news articles » Most Popular – Google News

Electrocution blamed as two horses die

An investigation is launched after two horses die in the paddock at Newbury amid fears of electrocution. BBC News – Home

This may sting: UK minister says many people don’t realize how much UK … – This may sting: UK minister says many people don't realize how much UK …CanadianBusiness.comLONDON (AP) – Britons already angry over their government's austerity measures may want to look away now. A senior British minister says his country's …Minister: Brits Don't Realize Painfulness of CutsABC NewsMiliband: 'Middle classes already very worried about cuts'BBC NewsMiddle classes 'don't understand scale of cuts'ITN NEWSBBC News –The Press Association –The Guardian – 272 news articles » Most Popular – Google News

Egypt moves to reassure allies

The Egyptian military has said it will respect all international treaties, including its accord with Israel, after Hosni Mubarak’s resignation. BBC News – Home

Buy that dip, baby! (Reuters)

Reuters – The new national pastimes are calling the top of the stock market, commenting on Middle Eastern affairs and — buying dips. Yahoo! News: Business News