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PostSubject: because he faces corruption charges.    Tue Apr 05, 2011 5:36 am

The UN said that the humanitarian situation caused by the fighting was dire, with more than 100,000 refugees from Libya in makeshift camps across the borders with EGYPT and Tunisia. The UN suspended Libya from the Human Rights Council; the International Criminal Court opened an investigation into possible crimes against humanity committed by Libya's leaders.

The Egyptian prime minister, Ahmed Shafiq, stepped down, as did the TUNISIAN prime minister, Mohamed Ghannouchi. Protests continued in both countries, with pro-democracy campaigners complaining about the slow pace of reform and the continuing presence of allies of the former regimes.

Demonstrations got angrier in YEMEN'S capital, Sana'a, and in other towns across the country. At least 27 people are reported to have been killed since the protests began a few weeks ago. President Ali Abdullah Saleh's offer to form a unity government failed to quell the unrest.

At least one person was killed in protests by jobless and ill-paid youths in Sohar, a port city in hitherto peaceful OMAN. Days later, however, thousands of Omanis took to the streets in support of Sultan Qaboos, who has promised reform.

Mir Hossein Mousavi and Mehdi Karroubi, leaders of the IRANIAN opposition Green Movement, have been thrown in jail, according to their families. Thousands of protesters took to the streets in response, leading, said the opposition, to 200 arrests.

Six men were killed in an apparent assassination or coup attempt in CONGO. Shooting broke out in Kinshasa, the capital, after unidentified men armed with guns, rocket-propelled grenades and machetes attacked the home of Joseph Kabila, the president.

Shahbaz Bhatti, PAKISTAN'S minister for minorities, was gunned down outside his home in Islamabad. Mr Bhatti, a Christian, was a critic of Pakistan's harsh blasphemy laws, as was Salman Taseer, the governor of Punjab, who was assassinated two months ago. A message left at the scene of Mr Bhatti's murder promised death to those who offer support to blasphemers.

A court in the INDIAN state of Gujarat found 31 Muslim men guilty for the deaths of 59 Hindu activists who died in a fire at a railway station in 2002. The killings at Godhra ignited rioting in which at least 2,000 people, mostly Muslims, were massacred. Eleven of the defendants were sentenced to death.

India's Supreme Court ordered the head of the country's ANTI-CORRUPTION commission to resign, because he faces corruption charges.

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