By Jim Gomez, Associated Press
News Wrap: Yanukovich defies opponents with plan for Russian economic union…
Now in the third week of widening unrest, Ukrainian protesters are bracing for a crackdown. Gwen Ifill talks to David Herszenhorn of The New York Times about what's going on behind the scenes and the outlook for a solution to…
As anti-government voices grow in Kiev, police begin cracking down on protests…
The latest crackdown in Egypt sparked protests leading to arrests and violence.
Crackdown disappoints Egyptians expecting social justice from revolution…
In other news Thursday, Egypt's interim president formally extended a national state of emergency for another two months, allowing for continued crackdown on Islamist pro-Morsi supporters. Also, more documents leaked by Edward Snowden reveal the NSA gives surveillance data containing…
Mohammed Badie, leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, was arrested on charges of inciting violence in reaction to the ouster of former President Morsi. Meanwhile, as the United States and European Union ponder military aid to Egypt, Gulf allies like Saudi…
Egyptians Angry at Muslim Brotherhood Have Muted Reaction to Mubarak News…
Gunfire and tear gas filled the streets of Cairo, which took on the sights and sounds of a war zone. As warned, security forces swept pro-Morsi protesters in attempt to break a standoff. More than 200 people died and the…
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