25 Feb

Events of Interest and Analyses, A Foreign Perspective




The main headlines on Al Jazeera English, featuring the latest news and reports from around the world.


Gaddafi addresses crowd in Tripoli 

Libyan leader speaks to supporters in the capital’s Green Square, saying he will arm people against protesters. 

Last Modified: 25 Feb 2011 18:00 GMT 


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Navigating Libya’s tribal maze  

Symbolism of protesters’ flag 

Al Jazeera signal jammed 


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Deaths in Iraq pro-reform rallies 

At least six protesters killed by security forces, amid nationwide “day of rage” against corruption and poor services. 

Last Modified: 25 Feb 2011 14:46 GMT 

Middle East 

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Egypt inspires Iraq protests  

Iraq protests turn bloody 

Mass Iraq protests planned in the US 


The music of revolution

Singer Yusuf Islam talks about his latest song, which was inspired by the popular uprisings in the Arab world.

Riz Khan Last Modified: 24 Feb 2011 09:43 GMT


Middle East

Arms dealer’s wife donated £300,000 to Conservative Party

Nigel Morris and Oliver Wright: The Conservatives received a £300,000 gift from the wife of a billionaire former arms dealer caught up in the furore that forced a Cabinet minister’s resignation. 

·        Video: ‘Libyan government must end violence’ Clinton says

·        Bahrain king orders release of political prisoners

·        Video: Cameron: We won’t let Iran cast nuclear shadow

·        Iranian warships ‘enter Suez canal’

·        Why is the Middle East and North Africa in turmoil?

·        Robert Fisk in Manama: Bahrain – an uprising on the verge of revolution


Libya’s uprising against Muammar Gaddafi leaves many dead – video

Amateur footage shows the bloody aftermath of the struggle against forces loyal to Muammar Gaddafi, with anti-government protesters purportedly seizing control of Tobruk airport

Warning: contains graphic video footage 

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