February 2012

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February 2012 was the second month of that leap year. It began on a Wednesday and ended after 29 days on a Wednesday.

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  • The Ugandan minister Minister for Ethics and Integrity Simon Lokodo raids a workshop for gay activists and attempts to arrest the organiser. (BBC)
  • Kuwait forms a new cabinet before a new session of the assembly on Wednesday. (IOL)
  • Thousands of opposition supporters from Iran's Green Movement march silently through the capital Tehran calling for the release of political prisoners. (Financial Times)
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  • Millions of workers in India go on strike to demand improved rights and express anger at rising prices. (Hindustan Times)
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  • North Korea agrees to suspend uranium enrichment and nuclear and long-range missile tests in return for food aid. (BBC) (Al Jazeera)
  • Egypt lifts a travel ban on seven Americans employed by pro-democracy U.S. groups, including the son of U.S. Transportation secretary Ray LaHood, who is among 16 Americans on trial in Egypt for trying to foment unrest and incite protests against the nation's military rulers. (USA Today)
  • In the British parliament Baroness Jenny Tonge resigns the Liberal Democrat party whip after accusations of making offensive remarks about Israel. (The Guardian)
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