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Tawnia Sanford Ammar is a Canadian, currently residing in Kiev, Ukraine. She works in the field of international development and has lived in Tunisia. She created and has been administrating the Facebook page: Tunisian Riots: English Information.

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Tuesday, January 18, 2011      Add this Page to Facebook!   Submit to Twitter   Submit to Reddit   Submit to Stumble Upon   Pin It!   Fark It!   Tell A Friend
Did Anyone Notice that the Tunisian Jasmine Revolution Leaders Have Not Broadcasted a Victory Speech?
(1 comments) This article looks at the leadership of the Jasmine Revolution and what they really want.

Monday, January 17, 2011      Add this Page to Facebook!   Submit to Twitter   Submit to Reddit   Submit to Stumble Upon   Pin It!   Fark It!   Tell A Friend
Has anyone noticed that the Tunisian Jasmine Revolution Has Not Broadcast a Victory Speech?
(2 comments) The organization of the Tunisian Jasmine Revolution played out online, galvanizing the frustration of Tunisians and fuelled by a long standing internet network united against the Tunisian internet censorship. Fresh protests called for Sunday, January 16 at 11 am Tunisia time across the country and the protesters have issued fresh demands.

Sunday, January 16, 2011      Add this Page to Facebook!   Submit to Twitter   Submit to Reddit   Submit to Stumble Upon   Pin It!   Fark It!   Tell A Friend
How Facebook Helped Fell the 23-Year-Old-Tunisian Dictatorship and Fuel the Jasmine Revolution
(6 comments) Looking at the role of Facebook in Tunisia's Jasmine Revolution and a surprising look at the new contributors to the social networking pages - the Tunisian police.