A woman casts her vote on October 23, 2011 at a polling station in La Marsa, 20 kms from Tunis, in the country's first-ever free elections, with an Islamic party poised to win the most votes nine months after the toppling of a dictator that sparked the Arab Spring. Some 7.2 million people are eligible to elect a 217-member assembly that will rewrite the constitution and appoint a new caretaker government after decades of autocratic rule under Zine el Abidine Ben Ali, ousted in January in a surprise, popular revolt against poverty, unemployment and corruption. AFP PHOTO / LIONEL BONAVENTURE (Photo credit should read LIONEL BONAVENTURE/AFP/Getty Images)
[Demonstrators stand with their mouths taped shut during a protest outside the Orange County district attorney's office in Santa Ana on Tuesday. Protestors gathered in support of 11 college students who were detained for allegedly disrupting a speech by Isreali Ambassador Michael Oren on February 8th at UC Irvine.] *** 
A Tunisian flashes the sign of victory as she queues up outside a polling station in Tunis' Sukra neighbourhood before voting in the country's first post-revolution parliamentary election on October 26, 2014. Tunisians were voting in an election seen as pivotal to establishing democracy in the cradle of the Arab Spring uprisings, with security forces deploying heavily to avert extremist attacks. AFP PHOTO / FADEL SENNA
Several top companies are offering over 5,500 jobs here to graduates of the King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM).A total of 136 companies are participating in the university’s 32nd Career Fair, which started on Monday and runs until Thursday. As many as 900 Saudi graduates are able...