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Security Council imposes a no-fly zone over Libya and authorizes "all necessary measures" to protect civilians.Vote was 10-0 5 abstaining.Recorded from live broadcast 03-17-11 starting just after vote with citizens of Benghazi celebrating in the streets.โดย anonymous@radio4all.net (Anonymous)
 
Egypt braces for massive protestHundreds of thousands are expected to take to the streets demanding Mubarak's resignation after he remained defiant.โดย anonymous@radio4all.net (Anonymous)
 
(Audio rip of film)This film tells the story of five days in January 2011 when the people of Egypt broke through a barrier of fear they had known for a generation and rose in revolt against their president.โดย anonymous@radio4all.net (Anonymous)
 
Phone interview live on Al Jazerra English of a female anti govt protester caught behind the lines in Cairo square during evening clashes on 02-02-03-11โดย anonymous@radio4all.net (Anonymous)
 
News reports and live coverage hundreds injured as pro-Mubarak supporters attack protesters seeking president's ouster in Egyptian capital.โดย anonymous@radio4all.net (Anonymous)
 
News reports and live coverage hundreds injured as pro-Mubarak supporters attack protesters seeking president's ouster in Egyptian capital.โดย anonymous@radio4all.net (Anonymous)
 
News reports and live coverage hundreds injured as pro-Mubarak supporters attack protesters seeking president's ouster in Egyptian capital.โดย anonymous@radio4all.net (Anonymous)
 
News reports and live coverage hundreds injured as pro-Mubarak supporters attack protesters seeking president's ouster in Egyptian capital.โดย anonymous@radio4all.net (Anonymous)
 
News reports and live coverage hundreds injured as pro-Mubarak supporters attack protesters seeking president's ouster in Egyptian capital.โดย anonymous@radio4all.net (Anonymous)
 
(Audio rip of video) Homeland tells the engaging story of some of the Lakota Indian families from the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota - a place where 30 per cent of the people are homeless, 80 per cent unemployed and 60 per cent live in substandard housing.โดย anonymous@radio4all.net (Anonymous)
 
Josh Rushing travels to the epicenter of the country's broken immigration system. And he asks the questions that are fracturing the nation: What does it mean to be illegal? And what does it mean to be American?โดย anonymous@radio4all.net (Anonymous)
 
(Audio of Video) A look at the commotion caused by the latest WikiLeaks leak and how this leak differs from the rest. Plus, will Rupert Murdoch's decision to charge for Times online content pay off?โดย anonymous@radio4all.net (Anonymous)
 
Six months after the earthquake that killed up to 300,000 people, the dust is starting to settle over Port-au-Prince. As it does, the deep wounds that fracture this country are re-emerging, more gaping than even before.Al Jazeera's reporter in Port-au-Prince Sebastian Walker hosts this special edition of Fault Lines.…
 
(Audio ripped from video) Rageh Omaar travels to the scarred city of Bangkok to find out what happened the day the protests ended, and what will happen to Thailand now.โดย anonymous@radio4all.net (Anonymous)
 
(Audio of Video) About the Gulf oil spill and erosion in the wetlands from industry canals and pipelines, the health problems blamed on contaminated air and water from petrochemical.refineries.โดย anonymous@radio4all.net (Anonymous)
 
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