Tonight’s papers are relatively poor, all falling back onto familiar territory in the absence of a real story. The Guardian picks up a story from a few weeks ago, the Telegraph goes with the weakness of the legal system and The Times rants about the cost of Europe. A slow night by all accounts.
- Amazing @VICE documentary on the siege of Aden, #yemen youtube.com/watch?v=bKUMMd… 1 day ago
- The US trained 54 'top' Syrian rebels to change the course of the war. Their leader has already been kidnapped... reuters.com/article/2015/0… 2 days ago
- RT @Natalia_Ojewska: Great piece by @joedyke Four reasons #Syrian ‘#safezone’ is unlikely to work @irinnews irinnews.org/report/101799/… 2 days ago
- "This is the most cynical war I have ever encountered.” #Syria theguardian.com/world/2015/jul… 2 days ago
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