Former PM says Tunisia is going to make it; hopefully
Former PM of Tunisia Jebali is cautious, but hopeful that Tunisia is going to rise.
Jebali's Cautious Optimism for Tunisia
Jebali painted a sobering but still optimistic picture of a Tunisian transition facing tremendous economic and social problems, as well as what he termed an artificial but nonetheless dangerous political polarization
Another Earthquake Hits Off The Coast Of Hadhramout
The sea around the Soqotra Archipelago is prone to earthquakes. An earthquake, with a magnitude of 5.7 on the Richter scale, struck off the coast of Hadhramout on the morning of Monday the 27th May, the U.S. Geological Survey said.
Source: Out of Hadgramout
Egyptian Presidency says Ethiopia Is not Fully Cooperating And InvitesParties For suggestions
On Sunday afternoon ,the Egyptian presidency officially announced that, according to the report, Ethiopia did not fully cooperate with the commission and did not present enough information regarding the impacts of the Nile dam.
Source: Egyptian Chronicles
Mixing Aleppo and Qusayr won’t win Assad the war
By massing troops in the Aleppo area, the regime is simply trying to divert rebels in the north from joining the battles in Hama, Homs and Qusayr.
Source: Arab Saga
Things that cripple you
A top 4 list of paralyzing aspects of life that make us all stop dead in our tracks. See if you agree.
Source: And Far Away
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