This video from Britain says about itself:
Sami Ramadani- Hands Off Libya.
The death toll in Libya from US, French and British air strikes continues to mount and promises to rise sharply as the imperialist powers escalate their attacks on both military and civilian targets: here.
Robert F. Worth and Michael Slackman, The New York Times News Service: “Yemen’s president, Ali Abdullah Saleh, agreed on Saturday to leave power after 32 years of autocratic rule, according to a top Yemeni official, but only if the opposition agrees to a list of conditions, including that he and his family be granted immunity. Opposition leaders said they were prepared to accept most of the terms of the deal, which both they and a Yemeni official said would establish a coalition government with members of the opposition and ruling party. The president would turn over authority to the vice president. But the opposition said …. it had little influence with the mainly young protesters who have been demanding Mr. Saleh’s departure”: here.
Yemen activists vow to keep pressure on Saleh: here.
Desislava Stoyanova, Truthout: “After 20 years, many of the countries that the EBRD [European Bank for Reconstruction and Development] works in remain poverty-stricken and authoritarian, and the economic liberalization model promoted by the bank has taken a severe battering in the crisis. This is hardly a good moment to declare victory and jump into a new, very troubled region, particularly in light of the current lack of a real government in Egypt. What could help in the region is a credible EU political initiative, not more European banking. The banks’ primary interest is not civic empowerment, but, rather, taking advantage of the instability in the region to multiply business opportunities”: here.