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All posts tagged "Egypt"
Beyond the Bobcats
Protesters, police killed in Egypt At least 16 people were killed and at least 38 were injured in Egypt Sunday after protests broke out in the capital city of Cairo and nearby suburbs, according to the Wall...
- Posted January 28, 2015
News Outside the Quinnipiac Campus
Gun violence in South Africa A recent shooting of a girlfriend mistaken for a burglary sparked concerns with gun violence in South Africa. Olympic and Paralympic competitor of South Africa, Oscar Pistorius, is accused of shooting his girlfriend...
- Posted February 27, 2013
Lieberman: Study Islam, take interest in Middle East
Sen. Joe Lieberman told Quinnipiac students on Monday to pay attention and take an active role in the political events...
- Posted March 8, 2011
Egypt upheaval will test American policy, and QU should care about it
The most conversation I hear is “Wow, you see that stuff going on in Egypt? Crazy stuff, man. Crazy stuff.” Let me tell you why you should care.
- Posted February 23, 2011
Students get out of Egypt just before riots
On Jan. 25, less than 10 days after 18 Quinnipiac students returned from a trip to Egypt for their QU 301 class, the country erupted into mass protest during what some organizers called “The Day of Anger.”
- Posted February 2, 2011