Pro-democracy mass movements continue


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Police fired live bullets and tear gas at democracy activists across Yemen at the weekend, killing at least ten and wounding over 100: here.

Hundreds of Saudi subjects were allowed to protest outside the Interior Ministry on Sunday to demand the release of political prisoners in the largest demonstration in Riyadh in years: here.

After Day of Clashes, Saudi Arabia Troops Enter Bahrain: here.

Canada: Tomorrow in Toronto: Support the Libyan revolution, not military intervention: here.

Japan’s nuclear crisis continues


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Explosion at second reactor (unit 3) in Fukushima, Japan: here.

Hiroko Tabuchi and Matthew L. Wald, The New York Times News Service: “Japanese officials struggled on Sunday to contain a widening nuclear crisis in the aftermath of a devastating earthquake and tsunami, saying they presumed that partial meltdowns had occurred at two crippled reactors and that they were facing serious cooling problems at three more. The emergency appeared to be the worst involving a nuclear plant since the Chernobyl disaster 25 years ago. The developments at two separate nuclear plants prompted the evacuation of more than 200,000 people. Japanese officials said they had also ordered up the largest mobilization of their Self-Defense Forces since World War II to assist in the relief effort”: here.

What the Media Doesn’t Get About Meltdowns: here.

The aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan and other US Navy ships in the waters off the quake zone in eastern Japan were repositioned after the detection of a low-level radiation plume from the troubled Fukushima nuclear plant located 100 miles away: here. And here.

Humanitarian disaster in wake of Japanese earthquake, tsunami: here.

India will double-check the safety features of all its nuclear reactors in light of the radiation leak in tsunami-devastated Japan, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said today: here.