February 2011

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February 2011 was the second month of that common year. It began on a Tuesday and ended after 28 days on a Monday.

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  • The owner of China's fourth-most visited website, Sohu.com Inc, posted a better-than-estimated 41 percent gain in profit after the company raised prices and boosted services such as video sharing. (China Daily)
  • A court in London bars the oil company BP from entering into a planned joint venture and share swap with Rosneft, a state-controlled Russian company. (Reuters)
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  • An American man is held responsible for the "cold-blooded murder" of two men in Lahore, Pakistan, by city police chief Aslam Tareen. (BBC)
  • China's foreign minister Yang Jiechi visits Zimbabwe as the countries agree a $10 billion trade deal. (BBC)
  • North Korea asks its embassies worldwide to appeal for aid to feed its population. (The Independent)
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  • The Israeli Knesset has passed a bill making boycotting Israeli individuals or organizations illegal.(Haaretz)
  • A proposal by a consortium of private contractors to attack WikiLeaks and to discredit journalists in favour of the website - including Glenn Greenwald - is uncovered after thousands of e-mails are leaked onto the internet, some of which call for people who donate to be tracked and intimidated. (The Independent)


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  • British gay Muslims fight for equality and the right to be Islamically married. (BBC)
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