Egyptian Military Dissolves Parliament; Algerian Protesters March in Capital; Italian Women Rally Against Berlusconi (Sunday Links)
- Sunday Links are a little protest-heavy. First -- well, this isn't really still a protest, but on theme nonetheless -- Egypt's military has dissolved the parliament and suspended the constitution. It says that it will rule for six months or until democratic elections are held. [CNN]
- Meanwhile, Algerian protesters inspired by the Egyptians are demonstrating in the capital, Algiers. They're demanding a new government along with greater democratic freedoms. The protests have been banned by Algerian officials. There are also protests happening in Yemen. [Al Jazeera]
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