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Bush Addresses People of Iran on the Eve of Confrontation
January 31, 2006
President Bush used his State of the Union address tonight to bypass state-run media in Iran and appeal directly to the people of Iran - a significant sign of events to come.
 Al-Ahwaz TV Goes On-line
January 30, 2006
Arab Iranian satellite channel launches Web site with online video streams that target Khuzestan.
 
Libya's Sowt Alamel Returns Despite Qaddafi's Attacks (updated)
January 25, 2006
The pro-democracy commercial radio program Sowt Alamel (Voice of Hope) returned to the airwaves today despite intense efforts by the Qaddafi regime to silence its voice.
Libya Engages in Jamming War
December 4, 2005
MENL: Libya has waged a jamming war against the West in a successful effort to stop the opposition radio station Sowt Alamel.
 Libya Jams Western Broadasts
December 5, 2005
Jamming against satellites occurs at a time when Libyan cooperation with the U.S. on weapons proliferation and intelligence is ebbing.
 
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