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# revolution - Saturday 14 May, 2011

From The Daily Edge Bob Dylan denies Chinese authorities vetted his songs Bob Dylan

Bob Dylan denies Chinese authorities vetted his songs

The singer claims the Chinese authorities did not censor his setlist – after he was criticised for not playing his iconic 1960s-era protest songs during performances in Beijing and Shanghai.

# revolution - Tuesday 22 February, 2011

Gaddafi refuses to resign - and says he will die a martyr if necessary Libya This post contains images

Gaddafi refuses to resign - and says he will die a martyr if necessary

Translators struggle to make sense of his speech to supporters in Tripoli.

From The Daily Edge Egyptian man names daughter 'Facebook' Facebook

Egyptian man names daughter 'Facebook'

A man has called his baby girl ‘Facebook’ to honour the social networking site that was used to spread word about the country’s revolutionary demonstrations.

# revolution - Tuesday 18 January, 2011

Resignations shake Tunisian government as spirit of protest spreads

Tunisia is in chaos today, with four newly-elected ministers resigning and the ‘Jasmine Revolution’ showing no signs of abating – the drive for change also appears to be spreading, with protests breaking out on the streets in Egypt and Yemen.