- New Zealand herald (Newspaper)
Text reads 'How Middle East revolutions work.' The statue of a tyrant is being pulled over into the sand and as it falls, it, in turn, up-ends a second statue of a tyrant. Context: Refers to the series of protests and demonstrations across the Middle East and North Africa that has become known as the "Arab Spring."
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