Maldives: clashes between protesters and police

(via World Riots 24/h / FB)08/02/2012 Maldives: clashes between protesters and police after that Maldives President Mohamed Nasheed announced his resignation.
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  1. U.S.-sponsored Military Coup in Maldives?

    Mohamed Nasheed, the democratically-elected president of Maldives who was ousted in a military coup this week, is no stranger to military arrests.

    Writing in the New York Times, the first and only democratically-elected president of Maldives, Mohamed Nasheed, said that, “Dictatorships don’t always die when the dictator leaves office,” and that people of countries where dictatorships have fallen need to “be aware that, long after the revolutions, powerful networks of regime loyalists can remain behind and can attempt to strangle their nascent democracies.” …

    http://truth_addict.blogspot.com/2012/02/us-sponsored-military-coup-in-maldives.html

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