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To one prominent activist, Syria’s revolution is already lost. “If we keep going down this line, I think this will be known in history as the Islamic revolution in Syria.”
Consider yourself warned.
If you’ve watched TV recently, you’ve probably seen Mark Pellegrino doing very bad things. In honor of the actor’s 48th birthday, here are some of his most memorable roles.
WARNING: This is harder than you’d think.
This week, Comcast is freeing up a ton of its on-demand content, like the entireties of Mad Men, Downton Abbey, Homeland, and Game of Thrones. It’s a lot! Here’s a guide.
Find out which cast member can really make a bomb, and what a global blackout would mean for the Breaking Bad finale.
The evolution will not be revolutionized.
While the Egyptian revolution told its story on Twitter, these 32 images — horrifying, exhilarating, intensely personal and sometimes beautiful — chronicle the bloodiest conflict of the Arab Spring. [UPDATED]
Videos and tweets seem to show the opposition forces overtaking Assad’s forces in the city.
Chilean student activist Camila Vallejo can distribute my wealth whenever she wants.
Not even revolution can wave a magic wand and make all a country’s problems disappear. Libya’s transitional government is struggling to collect guns and secure the streets.
When it comes to revolutions, we’re quick to remember the big ones — the American, the French…
It’s 2011 and amid a flurry of political leaks and revelations, revolutions have rolled across North Africa and The Middle East. Join your host Robert Foster for long overdue analysis of these events, asking the question that’s on everyone’s lips — where will revolution spark next? (Via) Watch Video ›
The United States, in concert with European air strikes, launched missiles into Libya today in an effort to enforce the United Nations no-fly zone and protect civilians from the regime of Muammar Gadaffi. Here is President Obama’s statement on the strikes, codenamed Operation Odyssey Dawn. Watch Video ›
This video gives me feelings. Warning: There are some graphic depictions from the protests. Keep fighting the good fight. Watch Video ›
Historical perspective on the wave of revolution.
President Obama makes his first comments following the departure of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, praising the peaceful protests which led to revolution by quoting Martin Luther King: “There’s something in the soul that cries for freedom.” A moving and inspirational speech marking a momentous day in history. View List ›
Horrifying amateur footage of a van plowing through a crowd of protesters in Cairo. Youtube posters say it’s a “diplomatic van,” but the identity of the driver remains unknown. Watch Video ›
Assad Sawey, bandaged and bloody, describes being beaten and shocked with cattle prods by Egyptian police while he was covering the mass uprising. He considers himself lucky, saying that other reporters were being rounded up by plain clothed authorities and taken to “somewhere unknown.” View List ›
Disturbing footage of a street protester being shot in Egypt. The condition and identity of the victim is unknown. They appear to have been participating in anti-government protests that have engulfed the Middle Eastern nation in the past few days. The Mubarak regime has imposed an internet and text messaging blackout in Egypt, presumably to stymie further organizing and prevent images such as these from sparking a Tunisia-style overthrow. Watch Video ›
After it was revealed that Nokia provided the Iranian government with surveillance assistance during the post-election crackdown, Iranians are rightfully upset. One created this ad for a “new Nokia product, produced with the cooperation of the Islamic Republic of Iran” that is “capable of identifying, torturing and killing Iranian youth.” View Image ›