* French minister calls for special effort on Libya* Says countries in the region must work together* Niger says last week's suicide bombers came from Libya* French-led offensive in Mali pushed threat...
Gaddafi Cruising the Streets of Tripoli, Libya 14 Apr 2011 Dude who was racing through Tripoli with Gaddafi, "Get Lucky" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZC4Eh... (Gaddafi Cruising the Streets of Tripoli, Libya 14 Apr 2011:
'There was no justice after Libya's war' Times of Malta As the people in Libya continue picking the pieces more than 18 months from the end of the Gaddafi dictatorship, some are threatening a second revolution.
(Tripoli) – Libyan authorities should seize a historic opportunity to promote and protect women’s rights as the country transitions from four decades of dictatorship, Human Rights Watch said in a new report released today.
Town Hall Libya Deja Vu: Arming Syrian Rebels Likely to Usher in al Qaeda Town Hall Iranian-backed militias and al Qaeda affiliates are likely infiltrating the rebel opposition, and the weapons could end up in their hands.
The FT has a long, deeply depressing portrait of conditions in Portugal, focusing on the plight of family-owned businesses — once the core of the nation’s economy and society, now going under in droves.
This is what it’s really about. And anyone playing any role in our current economic debate, whether as an actual policy maker or as an analyst giving advice from the sidelines, should be focused, above all, on how and why we’re allowing this nightmare to happen all over again three generations after the Great Depression.
Don’t tell me that Portugal has had bad policies in the past and has deep structural problems. Of course it has; so does everyone, and while arguably Portugal’s are worse than those of some other countries, how can it possibly make sense to “deal” with these problems by condemning vast numbers of willing workers to unemployment?