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Angry Students March
When the British goverments announced plans to cut expenses by tripling tuition for private and public universities, students took to the streets.
Egypt Erupts in Protest
Egypt is rocked this week with thousands taking to the streets, calling for the removal of Egyptian President Mubarak. With damage and tensions rising, the world watches.
Egypt's Non-Violent Revolution
After 18 days of protest, Egyptians are rewarded with the resignation of their president and the promise of a better life.
Iran Releases American Hikers
After 781 days in an Iranian prison, Scott Fattal and Shane Bauer were released Wednesday, September 21, 2011. Finally free to speak of their emprisonment, they strongly condemned the Iranian government.
Japan Devistated After Earthquake, Tsunami Strike
An 8.9 magnitude earthquake struck Japan, followed within minutes by a 30 foot wall of water. The world watched, horrified as the death toll rose in the island country.
Japan Reeling from Effects of Double Disaster
Amost three weeks after the double disaster of earthquake and tsunami that slammed Japan, there is both hope and dispair. One thing is certain: life there will never be the same.
North Korea Backs Down from Stance
Peace between North and South Korea seems impossible, but with an attack by North Korea on the South in November, and threats about war games in December, war doesn't seem so far fetched.
The End of a Terrorist
American Navy Seals stormed the compound of Osama bin Laden Sunday, May 1, 2011, ending the decade long search for the terrorist leader. They discovered America's most wanted man not hiding in a cave, as some had suspected, but living in luxury in Pakistan.
The Wedding of William and Kate News for Kids Homepage | Editor's Picks Articles | Top Ten Articles | News for Kids Site Map
The wedding of the century had every eye turned to Briton, where Prince William turned Kate Middleton into a princess.
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