Civil disturbances have begun again in Greece, with communists calling for “war” against the government for its imposition of austerity on the country. Demonstrators have taken to the streets to protest pension reforms, and another general strike is in the works.
In other news, the Federal Communications Commission has made public its plans for greater control over the internet. Meanwhile, the situation in Kyrgyzstan has deteriorated, with riots and violent unrest raising concerns that the country may collapse into complete chaos.
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Thanks to Barry Rubin, C. Cantoni, Caroline Glick, Gaia, Insubria, JD, JP, Lurker from Tulsa, and all the other tipsters who sent these in.
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