“ Truth Lies Beyond Mainstream ”
A presidential election takes place in Nigeria.
An Egyptian court orders the dissolution of the former ruling National Democratic Party of Hosni Mubarak.
The ruling National Front coalition in Malaysia win an election in the country's largest state Sarawak.
Cuban President Raúl Castro proposes term limits for public office.
Pro and anti-government rallies against corruption take place in Moscow, Russia.
A 50,000-strong anti-government demonstration calling for snap elections takes place in Belgrade, Serbia, with leader of the opposition Serbian Progressive Party Tomislav Nikolić announcing he is to begin a hunger strike until new elections.
Mexican authorities announce the arrest of Los Zetas Cartel leader Martin Omar Estrada "El Kilo" Luna.
A United Nations expert panel finds "credible allegations" which, if proven, indicate that war crimes and crimes against humanity were committed both by the Government of Sri Lanka and the LTTE in the final stages of the Sri Lankan Civil War.
Tornadoes kill several people in the US states of North Carolina and South Carolina with storms killing at least 20 people in the southern United States over the past few days.
Insurgency in Laos
Insurgency in Laos: A human rights group accuses Laos and Vietnam of killing four Hmong Christians.
The United Nations calls for an investigation after an Iraqi raid into an Iranian opposition Camp Ashraf which left 34 people dead.
Philippine Army soldiers kill two Abu Sayyaf fighters in Al-Barka, Basilan.
70 Islamists are arrested after clashes with pro-monarchy groups in Zarqa and Rassifeh, Jordan.
One person is killed in a second day of clashes between protesters and security forces in Ahvaz, western Iran.
Rebel forces advance towards the oil town of Brega.
Fighting intensifies in the western city of Misrata.
Pro-democracy protests continue in Syria.
President Bashar al-Assad announces that the 48-year-old state of emergency law will be lifted next week.
Second Ivorian Civil War
Second Ivorian Civil War: Ivorian Popular Front, the party of ousted Ivory Coast President Laurent Gbagbo, calls upon its supporters to end the unrest in the country after his arrest.
Hundreds of traders in Burkina Faso set fire to the ruling Congress for Democracy and Progress headquarters and ransack other government buildings, after mutinous soldiers looted their shops.
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