Today, according to the Yahoo! News Homepage, something important happened in Tunisia. As of this hour, it is unclear what has occurred, or where Tunisia is. Wikipedia confirms only that Tunisia is a country located in Africa which exports textiles and phosphates.
“It is a Maghreb country and is bordered by Algeria to the west, Libya to the southeast, and the Mediterranean Sea to the north and east,” claimed the free encyclopedia, which later added, “The Maghreb, also rendered Maghrib, is a region of North Africa.”
The Google News Feed offered only pictures of people carrying red flags and looking mad about something. Further Googling indicates that it all has something to do with WikiLeaks. Even further Googling suggests that maybe it doesn’t.
“Without justice, we will not have proper peace and reconciliation in Tunisia,” said somebody from an online Washington Post article, who seems to have been either pro- or anti- Tunisia.
CNN’s website had some good pictures and a few bullet points, but they were soon obscured by by a pop-up claiming that it is in fact possible to make $73 an hour working from home.