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Syria deputy oil minister steps down

Damascus - Abdo Hussameddin, Syria's deputy oil minister has just announced his resignation from the post, and says he will join the revolt.

Op-Ed: Dear Santa Claus, here is my Christmas present list..

Christmas is coming, but given society’s slow and seemingly inevitable descent into pessimism I wonder how many people are actually going to enjoy it. It would be wonderful if Santa gave us a most urgently needed present this year – some optimism.

Ecuador declares state of emergency after police, army protests

Quito - Hundreds of police officers and armed forces of Ecuador rose today against the government of President Rafael Correa to reject the approval of a controversial law that would eliminate bonuses, promotions and awards to members of these institutions.

Op-Ed: Catharsis or revolt? The next weeks are most important for Greece

After VAT rises and very high fuel prices, today's details of the proposed pension reductions, demanded by outsiders, can lead to a variety of social unrest. Strikes are the lesser evil, real revolt looms, kidnappings of the rich may be on the horizon.

Republicans are Revolting by Throwing Their Own 'Tea Party'

Although vowing not to toss tea in Santa Monica Bay to prove they are as eco-friendly as anyone, California Republicans are throwing their own version of the Boston Tea Party today at the Santa Monica Pier.

Digg Removes Posts On Cracking DRM, Digg Users Revolt

In response to content being removed by site owners from, Digg users revolted and reposted the posts thousands of time and actually took down the bohemoth news website.

Bolivia 'risks revolt over land'

Evo Morales, the indigenous president of Bolivia, has warned of mass demonstrations if the country's Senate does not approve his plans for land reform.

Popular Posters Revolt Against YouTube

On its path to video world domination, YouTube appears to have upset the one segment of its audience capable of bringing the site swiftly to its knees: the regular Joes chiefly responsible for its popularity.

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Fallen Regime: After the Jasmine Revolution in Tunisia.
Fallen Regime: After the Jasmine Revolution in Tunisia.
Protesters hold Tunisian national flags and posters while demonstrating against corrupt Tunisian gov...
Protesters hold Tunisian national flags and posters while demonstrating against corrupt Tunisian government.


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