17 Dec

Events of Interest and Analyses, A Foreign Perspective

Cairo erupts in second day of violent clashes

Egypt’s army launches assault on Tahrir Square, clearing the area, after anti-military protests continue in the capital.
Last Modified: 17 Dec 2011 16:53 GMT

Arabs League to push Syria plan at UN

Move aimed at ending crackdown on protests will not seek military action, says Qatar’s prime minister.
Last Modified: 17 Dec 2011 16:25 GMT

Middle East

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A supporter of Wikileaks suspect Bradley Manning outside Forte Meade

Bradley Manning hearing: defence lawyer turns fire on military accusers

On first day of preliminary hearing, investigating officer rejects defence’s demand that he recuse himself

Wim Deetman

Tens of thousands of children abused in Dutch Catholic institutions, report says

16 Dec 2011: Eight hundred Catholic clergy and church employees were guilty of abusing children over 40 years, a commission reports

Chistopher Hitchens died at the age of 62

Christopher Hitchens, defined

Ana Marie Cox: Hitchens was warm, not caustic, in person, and his ability to shatter an argument was matched by his generosity to people

Middle East

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