The Indy and The Guardian lead with Egypt, The Telegraph has some more Wikileaks and The Times has an interview with the country’s top family law judge.
- RT @Chad__Anderson: Local water authority in #Hodeidah #Yemen says water will be switched off for 500,000 people tomorrow as not enough fue… 7 hours ago
- Spoke to @wammezz, who is far more knowledgeable on this than I am, and he says it is highly unlikely twitter.com/ToddRDoherty/s… 7 hours ago
- @ToddRDoherty @omeisy @DrHCaldicott Good question. The Saudis are perhaps a little less transparent on this but worth asking. 10 hours ago
- RT @UmarFarooq_: Better times ahead after the EEU for 1.5 million Kyrgyzstani workers in Russia? I report from Osh for @irinnews http://t.c… 2 days ago
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