When its quiet papers aim to suit their core audience and so it is tonight. The Indy have Robert Fisk in Syria, Mail and Telegraph lead with grandparents’ rights, Guardian has human rights and The Times says that the credit crunch bites.
- Google graph showing Internet to Syria cut again google.com/transparencyre… 6 days ago
- @marcusmason @MousaBaraka @watsoalex not sure I agree with the analysis. This is not necessarily about US decline, more about US disinterest 1 week ago
- I watched Beauty and the Beast yesterday. Basically just an advert for Stockholm Syndrome en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stockholm… 1 week ago
- Interesting #Nasrallah implied #Syria now opening up Golan for rebel groups to attack #Israel. Aim to transform "threat into an opportunity” 1 week ago
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