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Tunisia: who's next?

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Robin Lustig | 10:44 UK time, Wednesday, 19 January 2011

Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Sudan, Jordan?

Maybe, maybe not, but there's an interesting run-down here from Foreign Policy.

We'll be reporting from Egypt on the programme tonight (Wednesday).

Meanwhile, the head of the Arab League, Amr Moussa, has linked the upheaval in Tunisia to deteriorating economic conditions throughout the Arab world. Speaking at an Arab summit in Sharm El-Sheikh, he warned leaders that their people's anger had reached unprecedented heights: "The Arab soul is broken by poverty, unemployment and general

Is he right?


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