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  • Arab troops should be dispatched to Syria, Qatar emir says

     
    Syria, Qatar, Arab League, Arab Spring: Arab troops should be dispatched to Syria to halt bloodshed that has shown no sign of abating despite the presence of Arab League observers in the country, the emir of Qatar has suggested, the first time that an...
  • 12 takes on Egypt 12 months later

     
    Twelve months after protesters took to the streets of Cairo, eventually overthrowing the regime of President Hosni Mubarak, we offer 12 different takes on Egypt and where it is headed:...
  • Massacre in Syria brings protest, reflection 30 years later

     
    Syrians took to the streets Friday, commemorating the 1982 massacre of Hama. The bloody day has a historical resonance for Syrians now rebelling against the iron rule of President Bashar Assad: Thirty years ago a Syrian uprising in Hama was brutally...
  • Russia's Putin: No 'bull in china shop' for Syria

     
    Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin ventured Wednesday into the raging international debate about Syria, voicing support for Moscow’s controversial decision to throw a diplomatic lifeline to embattled Syrian President Bashar Assad....
  • Is an Intervention in Syria Inevitable?

     
    Among the many casualties of the disastrous Iraq war was that it has made us much more skeptical of intervening in foreign countries to stop what amounts to mass murder. However, as the situation in Syria continues to spin out of control, it seems...
  • Egyptian officials deny reports that Mubarak is clinically dead

     
    Egyptian officials denied reports Tuesday night that deposed President Hosni Mubarak was clinically dead after he suffered a stroke and slipped out of consciousness at a prison hospital in Cairo, according to state and independent media....
  • Mubarak 'clinically dead,' Egypt state news agency reports

     
    Toppled Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak was declared “clinically dead” after suffering a stroke and slipping out of consciousness at a prison hospital in Cairo, according to the official state news agency, which quoted unnamed medical...
  • Bright House Networks drops Current TV

     
    The low-rated Current TV is off Bright House Networks after the announcement that the channel was being sold to Al Jazeera. “Our agreement with Current TV has been terminated and we will no longer be carrying the service,” Bright House...
  • Meet the commenters: 'Blahedo'

     
    Part of an occasional series Commenter ID: blahedo Real name: Don Blaheta Gender: Male Age: 34 Occupation: college professor (of computer science) Resides: Farmville, VA (yes, in Virginia, there is a Farmville); previously Galesburg, IL for eight years....
  • The 'shoddy' left-wing 'cover-up' of the Gosnell case

     
    If there was a pro-choice left-wing cover-up, it was a pretty shoddy one. After all, feminist and pro-choice writers covered (the charges against abortion doctor Kermit) Gosnell extensively when the story first broke in 2010 and in 2011 when the......
  • Will you watch Al Jazeera America?

     
    By Jessica Reynolds The editorial board met with Al Jazeera America Tuesday to discuss the channel's launch, which is scheduled for late summer, although it definitely doesn't seem like that time frame is set in stone. The station plans to......
  • When satire isn't quite broad enough

     
    In Sarah Palin is *not* going to work for Al Jazeera, Jim Romenesko tells how the Washington Post was taken in by a post at the Daily Currant that began with three, dry, plausible paragraphs when announcing this "news": Just......