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by Anonymous on Wednesday Feb 23 2011

An Egyptian man in his early twenties has named his newborn daughter 'Facebook' following the 2011 Egyptian Revolution which was almost solely organized on the social-networking site Facebook.

by Contributor on Wednesday Feb 23 2011

A new study from the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives and Sierra Club BC calls on the provincial government to scale up BC's carbon tax, and makes a number of recommendations to make the tax more effective and fair.  

by Contributor on Wednesday Feb 23 2011

A new study from the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives and Sierra Club BC calls on the provincial government to scale up BC's carbon tax, and makes a number of recommendations to make the tax more effective and fair.  

by Contributor on Wednesday Feb 23 2011

A new study from the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives and Sierra Club BC calls on the provincial government to scale up BC's carbon tax, and makes a number of recommendations to make the tax more effective and fair.  

by ProPublica on Wednesday Feb 23 2011

 By Kim Barker in ProPubilca. This piece was co-published in the New York Times

by ProPublica on Wednesday Feb 23 2011

 By Kim Barker in ProPubilca. This piece was co-published in the New York Times

by ProPublica on Wednesday Feb 23 2011

 By Kim Barker in ProPubilca. This piece was co-published in the New York Times

by Robin Yassin-Kassab on Monday Feb 21 2011

Our thoughts and prayers are with the heroes and heroines and martyrs of Libya, and with our brave correspondent in Tripoli, now under fire. Communication is on and off, mainly off. Here is her most recent report. Since she sent it the phone lines have been cut entirely and the city’s electricity is also disconnected.

by Robin Yassin-Kassab on Monday Feb 21 2011

Our thoughts and prayers are with the heroes and heroines and martyrs of Libya, and with our brave correspondent in Tripoli, now under fire. Communication is on and off, mainly off. Here is her most recent report. Since she sent it the phone lines have been cut entirely and the city’s electricity is also disconnected.

by Robin Yassin-Kassab on Monday Feb 21 2011

Our thoughts and prayers are with the heroes and heroines and martyrs of Libya, and with our brave correspondent in Tripoli, now under fire. Communication is on and off, mainly off. Here is her most recent report. Since she sent it the phone lines have been cut entirely and the city’s electricity is also disconnected.

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