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# Revolution

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# Viva la revolution
Cuba to allow citizens to buy and sell property
The move is part of a series of free-market changes introduced by Raul Castro since he took over from Fidel.
# Revolution
Europe's elite looking to break with FIFA
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, the Chief Executive of Bayern Munich and head of the European Club Association, has called for a “revolution” against FIFA “corruption”.
# 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.
# Libya
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.
# 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.
# tunisia
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.