The Times and the Telegraph unsurprisingly lead with the defence cuts, the Mail goes with the price of a damily holiday, the Indy is the only paper leading with events in Libya while the Guardian has a story about fish. That is not a joke.
- RT @BaFana3: #Yemen media now reporting multiple Houthi militia incursion bids into Saudi Arabia and Saudi rocket attacks on border areas i… 2 hours ago
- RT @HarveyBKK: Taking the long view with a long run: @annieslem joins the #palestinemarathon @irinnews irinnews.org/report/101280/… 7 hours ago
- RT @MedicalAidPal: .@AnnieSlem writes in @irinnews on Bethlehem Marathon: irinnews.org/report/101280/… You can sponsor MAP staff also running! ht… 8 hours ago
- RT @MIJamjoom: So many #Yemen "analysts" right now & not hearing anybody discussing dire humanitarian crises affecting country-like poverty… 9 hours ago
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