06 Mar

Events of Interest and Analyses, A Foreign Perspective





Gaddafi’s men launch counterattack

Government forces try to retake rebel-held towns along the coast amid reports of shooting in the capital, Tripoli.

Last Modified: 06 Mar 2011 17:20 GMT


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Libya Live Blog – March 6

Rebels raise questions

Protesters ‘control oil port’

A Middle East without borders?

Libyan oil sales continuing

Refugee exodus continues


Thousands protest in Bahrain

Demonstrators gather outside PM’s office in capital, Manama, demanding premier step down and monarchy be overthrown.

Last Modified: 06 Mar 2011 11:17 GMT

Middle East

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Anti-government protests in Bahrain

Bahraini opposition to enter talks

Bahrain youth march on state TV

Demanding equal rights in Bahrain

The battle for Bahrain


Libya: A state of terror 

 As Gaddafi wages war against a popular uprising, Libyan exiles explain how terror has long been a tool of the regime.



Counting the Cost

The best of Al Jazeera’s reporting on the impact of the financial crisis.



MOHAMMAD SADATI: Has a degree in economics but is unemployed

Portraits of courage: Meet Egypt’s revolutionaries

Jonathan Owen: The world was gripped as youthful crowds stormed Tahrir Square – but who were they?


The nations where women are on the march

Susie Mesure: To mark International Women’s Day, an IoS survey shows progress being made.



Shameful past of medical trials prompts new US investigations

The revelation that Americans infected Guatemalans with syphilis is a terrible reminder of experiments on blacks, prisoners and the mentally ill, and Obama is demanding action.


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