The Washington Post: Today's Highlights: Pressure for change builds across Arab world


Pressure for change builds across Arab world
The revolutionary fervor unleashed across the region in the wake of Tunisia's revolt shows no sign of abating, and on Sunday it spread to two countries in the oil-rich Persian Gulf that had hitherto seemed relatively immune to the turmoil elsewhere. In Tunis, the slow pace of change has stoked frust
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