February Revolution

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the revolution against the czarist government which led to the abdication of Nicholas II and the creation of a provisional government in March 1917

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The letter by the Coalition Youth of the 14 February Revolution said "organising an F1 race in Bahrain at a time when children are being killed in the streets at the hands of the regime mercenaries will haunt the F1 reputation forever and will imprint it with the image of death and human rights violations.
1848: France became a republic for the second time, following the abdication and flight to England of King Louis Philippe during the February Revolution.
The Public Prosecution warrant relates to an investigation into his links to an extremist group calling itself the Coalition of 14 February Revolution Youths.
Libya's markets are expected to witness an unprecedented growth after 17 February revolution, after that stability prevailed and elections succeeded," he said.
The February revolution overthrew a feudal tsarist order that had withstood challenges from below for at least a dozen years.
For us, creating another revolution before reaching the goals of the February revolution is pointless.
At the end of its statement, the Commission congratulated the masses of Yemeni people on the third anniversary of the start of 11th of February revolution, referring to the importance of this commemoration to confirm insistence of the people to move towards building a modern democratic civil state.
On the third anniversary of the 17 February Revolution, I pay tribute to those Libyans who paid the ultimate sacrifice in pursuit of freedom.
2011 as a results of incidents that occurred during 17th February revolution
The Council in a statement underlined that the dialogue "needs to make a decisive breakthrough now as a failure to come to a political agreement would jeopardise Libya's unity and the goals of the February Revolution.
After the isolation, there came exclusion and forced retirement of army officers and unannounced expulsion of diplomats and ambassadors who supported the February revolution.
The Mission urged the main stakeholders to approach the fresh talks with courage and determination and put the national interest above all other considerations in this critical juncture in the country's political transition, "abiding by the democratic principles of the 17th of February revolution that united the Libyan people and also united the international community in support of Libya.
Following the February Revolution of 1917 and subsequent abdication of Tsar Nicholas II, Russia continued her war efforts under the command of the Provisional Government.
On Friday and Saturday, an opposition group called the Coalition of Youth of 14 February Revolution held a "popular referendum".
The 17 February revolution called for a comprehensive change in all aspects, including improving the educational system.