22 Apr

Events of Interest and Analyses, A Foreign Perspective






Syria Live Blog – April 22

We keep you up to date with events in Syria as anti-government protests continue across the country. 

Last Modified: 22 Apr 2011 14:25 GMT 



Deaths in US drone attack in Pakistan

At least 25 people killed in attack in tribal region of North Waziristan, while security forces battle fighters in Dir. 

Last Modified: 22 Apr 2011 08:45 GMT 



The Syrian revolution on campus

Pro-government students launched brutal crackdown on protesting peers at Damascus University, amid nationwide unrest.

No safe haven for reporters in Libya

Evan Hill in Benghazi 22 Apr 2011 05:56 GMT
As civilians fire rockets and government troops shell civilian positions, there is almost no safe place for journalists.
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Bahraini authorities ‘attack doctors’

Police Clear Anti-Government Protesters In Bahrain
Medical workers targeted because they have evidence of security force atrocities, claims US-based human rights group

Pakistan gang rape suspects go free

Just one man convicted of assault on Mukhtaran Mai, after her nine-year struggle for justice



Barack Obama serenaded by Bradley Manning protesters at fundraiser

Richard Adams: Supporters of Bradley Manning interrupt Obama to sing a song of protest over the WikiLeaks suspect’s treatment 



Antarctic ozone hole ‘creating rainfall in subtropical region’

Steve Connor: The ozone ‘hole’ over Antarctica could be increasing the amount of rainfall as far away as the subtropical regions of the southern hemisphere, according to a study that highlights the global nature of climate changes. 


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