It's only been a day since Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi's security forces and anti-Morsi activists signed an agreement to end a week-long string of violence, but the two groups are already back at each other's throats.
At least 76 people have been injured in Madrid as clashes flared up between protesters and police, the latter using rubber bullets. Thousands of Spaniards turned out against new cuts introduced by the government.
With all the goings on over the pond, this song is playing nonstop in my head.
So the holidays are over (thankfully) and most of us are back at work. What's your favorite song about the daily grind?
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John Cornyn believes the killed pro-Palestinian activists that were killed in a clash with Israeli defense forces were asking for it. ABC's Jake Ta
It's time to get crooked with one of my favorite bands: The Clash. Bassist Paul Simonon gets a turn at vocals on this skanky track from the 36 song ma
(The Damned in 1976 - Officially released the first Punk 45 ever) [media id=16617] A documentary from BBC Radio 2 first aired in 2006, "Is She Rea
Last night it was politicians in eyes, tonight it's police on backs. Before he scored a massive hit with "Electric Avenue', Eddie Grant founded The Eq
The Clash were my favorite group for a really long time. The theme song for my radio show was "Complete Control." And I still love their music. "Washi
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