San Jose, CA (PRWEB) June 02, 2011
OrdinaryConversations.com, a website that provides informative articles on miscellaneous topics such as fashion, home design, and current events, has just published several new articles. These include “Egyptian Revolution” and “Current Events in the Middle East and the Mississippi River.”
The recent unrest in Egypt is examined by OrdinaryConversations.com in “Egyptian Revolution.” At the beginning of this year, an actual revolution occurred in Egypt, aided by quick communication through social networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook. It can be considered a success, as Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak stepped down in February as a direct result of the protests. The article touches on the reasons for the revolution, including widespread poverty and unemployment, and discusses the place that the event has already earned in world history.
OrdinaryConversations.com covered the death of Osama bin Laden in “Current Events in the Middle East and the Mississippi River.” On May 1, it was reported nationwide that Bin Laden, considered a primary enemy of the United States since the infamous attack on the World Trade Center in 2001, was killed by American troops in a covert operation. This article discusses the response to Osama’s death by al Qaeda, in which the terrorist group states that the U.S. should expect violent retaliation for the death of their leader.
In the more domestic section of this article, OrdinaryConversations.com addresses the record-setting floods that were anticipated along the Mississippi earlier this summer. Fortunately, the flooding did not reach the catastrophic levels that were predicted when the danger was first spotted, and most did not have to evacuate their homes. However, not everyone came out of the event unscathed; the consequences of the rising waters and backed-up tributaries are still being suffered by hundreds of displaced residents.
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