Wikinews Shorts: March 10, 2007
A compilation of brief news reports for Saturday, March 10, 2007.
Turkish court lifts YouTube block
On Friday, Türk Telekom was informed that a court had lifted the ban on YouTube. YouTube had asked to remove the restrictions because it had removed the disputed videos used in a row between Greek and Turkish users of the YouTube site.
- "Turkey Lifts YouTube Ban After 2 Days" — , March 10, 2007
Thousands demonstrate against house arrest for ETA convict
In the Spanish capital Madrid, thousands demonstrated against the government's decision to place a convicted ETA member under house arrest. Jose Ignacio de Juana Chaos went on a hunger strike for 114 days in a Madrid prison. His condition deteriorated and he was moved to a hospital in the Basque region. Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero decided he could serve out the rest of his sentence under house arrest.
- "Anti-government protests across Madrid" — , March 10, 2007
- Ben Harding. "Opposition protest accuses Spain of ETA surrender" — , March 10, 2007
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