A term for advances in surgery—development of anaesthesia and sterile operative techniques that began in the 1850s, which led to decreased mortality of surgery, and improved ability to treat non-medical conditions
A report on the status of children worldwide, titled "Second Revolution: 30 years of child rights and the unfinished agenda," said new risks emerge even as the situation of children generally improved three decades after the passage of the Convention on the Rights of a Child in 1989.
MINISTER of State at Sudan Federal Government Chamber and Leader of Sudan Liberation Movement - Second Revolution Abu al Qasim Imam al Haj has praised Qatar for its role in establishing permanent peace in Sudan.
Conventional innovation curves dictate that the products transmute slowly in time; at Traveller innovation-labs though, we are gearing up for a second revolution even before the first one settles - the AI revolution.
In an interview with Africanmanager, President of CONECT, Tarek Cherif said the second revolution would be economic as everyone is concerned about political and electoral considerations, noting that the economic and social revolution which all Tunisians have been waiting for a long time is coming.
(http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/articles/486507/20130704/egypt-second-revolution-military-raid-offices-al.htm) Egypt Second Revolution: Military Raid Offices of Al-Jazeera and Close Three pro-Morsi Stations [VIDEO]
But as vast crowds partied on Cairo's Tahrir Square, hailing a "second revolution" to match the overthrow of Hosni Mubarak in 2011, Islamists feared a clampdown that revived memories of their sufferings under the old, military-backed regime.