07 Apr

Events of Interest and Analyses, A Foreign Perspective



Syria deaths increase despite UN deadline

Reports say 70 people killed on Saturday, with UN accusing government of using April 10 deadline as excuse for attacks.
Last Modified: 07 Apr 2012 10:50 GMT

Egypt’s former spy chief to run for president

Omar Suleiman says he will contest election two days after he ruled himself out of the race.
Last Modified: 06 Apr 2012 21:52 GMT
In Depth

US police track cellphones without warrants

Chris Arsenault06 Apr 2012 12:42 GMT
Police routinely follow movements of citizens by tracing cellphone signals with little oversight, ACLU documents show.


Felipe Fernandez-Armesto: Thirty years on, the British still can’t admit the truth about the Falklands

…………….Maybe then we shall be able to admit the truth: it doesn’t matter who rules the Falklands – or whether we call them the Malvinas…………………………….

Trayvon Martin's father, Tracy Martin, attends a rally in his honour in Florida

Trayvon case reveals vigilante spirit

David A Love: Prosecutorial misconduct, police corruption and ‘stand your ground’ laws are part of the lingering lynch mob mentality

cia headquarters Kiriakou

Ex-CIA officer indicted over leaks

Justice department indicts John Kiriakou, who allegedly shared covert officer’s name with journalist

The indictment of John Kiriakou, returned by a federal grand jury on Thursday, is part of an aggressive justice department crackdown on leakers and is one of a half-dozen such cases opened during the Obama administration.

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