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ReutersTUNIS (Reuters) – Tunisia adopted a new constitution on Monday, a big stride towards democracy in the country that began the Arab Spring revolutions and has largely avoided the chaos and violence now plaguing the neighbors it inspired. After years under …Tunisia approves new constitution, appoints new governmentCNNTunisia signs new constitutionThe...

ABC OnlineEgyptian police have clashed with protesters on the third anniversary of the Arab Spring uprising that ousted former president Hosni Mubarak, with at least 29 people killed in the unrest. Cairo’s streets were a scene of violence as Muslim Brotherhood …Egyptian activists behind bars on uprising’s anniversaryCNN InternationalClashes kill 29...

If You Doubt That Social Media Has Changed The World, Take A Look At UkraineForbesWhen the Arab Spring erupted in 2010, one of the first things people noticed was the very visible role social media seemed to play. Many began to call the series of political uprisings “Twitter Revolutions” and a lively debate broke out about the … and more …read...

BusinessweekSaudi Arabia has offered $3 billion to strengthen Lebanon’s army to protect the country from the threat of “sectarianism and extremism,” Lebanon’s president said. “Strengthening the army is a national and popular demand of everyone” in Lebanon, Michel …Saudi prince’s firm says to file complaint vs France’s...

CBS NewsIn this Saturday, Nov. 30, 2013, file photo, Ahmed Maher, with sunglasses, the leader of the April 6 youth group that had a leading role in the 2011 uprising against former president Hosni Mubarak, tries to turn himself into prosecutors over an arrest warrant …In Egypt, the ‘revolution’ is eating its youngChristian Science MonitorEgypt jails...

The Growth of Social Media is considered one of the most amazing developments of the 21st Century, if not the most incredible one. Consider that in 2004, just eight years ago, there was no Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Blip.tv, or any of the social media platforms we use today, and blogs were just becoming known – Michael Arrington would not establish TechCrunch until...

Pownce V. Twitter. What’s Pownce you ask? What’s fun about 2012 and the emergence of Social Media as both a term and an industry (remember when “New Media” was the preferred term about three years ago?) is the assumed permanence of some platforms and because so many people have entered the space that are in it because it’s popular to be here....

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