Articles outside Bodhi tagged "Guardian"

Guardian: Egypt braced for 'day of revolution' protests
Egypt's authoritarian government is bracing itself for one of the biggest opposition demonstrations in recent years tomorrow (Jan 25, 2011)

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Guardian: Tunisia's caretaker government in peril as four ministers quit
Several hundred protesters, led by trade unionists and leftwing opposition parties, took to the streets of Tunis demanding that the new cabinet be purged of the old guard that had served Ben Ali.

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Guardian: Student protests in UK
UK students protest on the streets as the government pushes through a proposal to triple university tuition fees

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Guardian: Student protest in UK against fee hike.
More than 20,000 school, college and university students have pledged to walk out of classes at 11am today in protest at plans to raise tuition fees and scrap the education maintenance allowance.

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Guardian: Save Haiti from aid tourists
How can Haitians make policy when foreign-run fiefdoms suck up funds for pet projects? How can local farmers harvest crops when free food floods markets?

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Guardian: Guantánamo Bay prisoners to get compensation from British government
The settlement of the claims would allow an inquiry to be undertaken, chaired by Sir Peter Gibson. The inquiry, ranging over alleged British complicity in torture, is due to report by the end of next year.

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Guardian: Supporters flood the streets to welcome Aung San Suu Kyi
From early today, men, women and children crammed every vantage point they could outside NLD headquarters, hanging from trees, climbing on to cars, and scrambling on to roofs, hoping for even a glimpse of their beloved icon.

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Guardian: Heavy Ions collide in Large Hadron Collider
In simple language, how does the recent experiment on heavy ion collision in CERN LHC differ from earlier experiments using LHC?

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