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Oil Prices Rise Due To Libyan Protests

Oil prices have been rising since Friday due to the turmoil in Libya.

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Oil producing nations have emergency reserves to draw on to stabilize markets in case the violence in Libya and the wider Middle East escalates to seriously affect energy production, officials said Monday.

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Protests Continue In Libya

As if the protests in Egypt a few weeks ago weren't enough.
The Libyan government launched new efforts Monday to crack down on protests, after apparently losing control of the city of Benghazi and facing defections from prominent officials inside leader Moammar Gadhafi's regime.

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Egyptian Man Names Baby Girl ‘Facebook’. Really.

So you thought people in this country named their children oddly, with names like "Apple", "Rumer", "Dweezil" and "Moon Unit".  A man in Egypt may have topped them all.

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Solar Flare as Big As Jupiter Heading For Earth

Astronomers and Earth scientists say the biggest solar flare in five years is expected to reach Earth today and tomorrow.

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Colombian Authorities Capture Drug-Smuggling Submarine [VIDEO]

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LIVE VIDEO: George H.W. Bush Receives Medal of Freedom

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Egypt Is Free! [LIVE VIDEO]

Wild cheers erupted from tens of thousands of demonstrators in Cairo’s Tahrir Square after word spread that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has resigned. Demonstrators chanted “Egypt is free!” upon hearing the news.

LIVE: Watch now as crowds cheer

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Mubarak to Step Down Tonight [VIDEO]

According to NBC News, Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak will be stepping down tonight after weeks of relentless protests and violence in Cairo.

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