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Joseph E Lovell

Citizen based in London, United Kingdom. Joined on Feb 16, 2011

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UPDATE: Facebook close Palestine intifada page, new pages created

The Israeli Minister of Information asked the social network to remove a page, followed by 350,000 people. It calls for a Palestinian uprising and return to ancestral lands.

Grassroots-funded WikiLeaks billboard erected in Hollywood

Los Angeles - Private donations from around the world contributed to the erection of a billboard in support of whistleblower website WikiLeaks in Los Angeles.

Nobel Committee asked to strip Obama of Peace Prize

The Bolivian President and a Russian political leader have launched a campaign to revoke Obama's honour after the US attacked Libya.

Ellsberg and 34 others arrested at Bradley Manning protest

Quantico - The Pentagon Papers source was arrested yesterday during a rally to protest the conditions of Bradley Manning's detention.

Arab League denounces Libya strikes as Qatar pledges to join in

Cairo - Arab League Secretary General Amr Moussa has denounced military strikes on Libya and called an emergency meeting to discuss the crisis.

Wikileaks reveals 2008 Japan nuclear warning

Cables obtained by Wikileaks show warning to Japan of danger posed by powerful quakes, official negligence, and accusations of nuclear accident cover-ups.

Soldiers open fire on civilians, ambulances, surround hospital

Manama - Martial law announced as doctors confirm hundreds of injuries. Ambulances have been targeted and seized as government forces and foreign troops attempt to break up protests and vigilante roadblocks.

DoJ spokesman resigns, says Manning treatment 'ridiculous'

Washington - Department of Justice spokesman PJ Crowley steps down after describing treatment of alleged whistleblower as "ridiculous and counterproductive and stupid."

Journalists missing in Libya, held by pro-Gaddafi forces

Two foreign correspondents are believed to have been arrested by regime forces. They have not been heard from since Sunday.

Gulf nations pool funds in bid to appease protesters

Riyadh - Gulf Cooperation Council announces $20 billion aid package designed to assist Oman and Bahrain overcome demands for social and political reform.

Update: British Special Forces held in Libya

Benghazi - A team of British SAS members and diplomatic personnel arrested on Friday has been released by rebel forces in Benghazi.

Op-Ed: Why Gaddafi must fight on

Actions speak louder than words, but not nearly as often: despite calls for the Libyan leader's immediate resignation, the West is ensuring the only conclusion to this crisis will be a violent one.

US helicopters in Afghanistan kill 9 children collecting firewood

Kabul - A “deeply sorry” General Petraeus apologises to government, people and victims' families for the strike President Karzai condemns as “merciless.”

Kabila survives attempt on life in 'rape capital of the world'

Kinshasa - Six gunmen have been killed and seven arrested in an attack on the residence of Democratic Republic of Congo President Joseph Kabila tonight.

Zimbabwe: 46 arrested at meeting to discuss Middle East uprisings

Harare - Police spokesman accuses meeting organisers of showing videos of recent unrest in Tunisia and Egypt “to motivate people to subvert a constitutionally elected government.”

Gaddafi says he's in Tripoli, not Venezuela

In a bizarre scene Libyan leader Colonel Muammar al-Gaddafi appeared on state television tonight sat in a yellow car, wearing a deer-stalker hat and holding a raised umbrella.

Powell's WMD source admits 'evidence' was lies

According to The Guardian, the source of some of the most damning allegations used to justify the war in Iraq has admitted his claims were fabricated.
 

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