Today, in what is thought to be the first case of its kind, the judge in the Julian Assange case has said that journalists can tweet throughout the trial providing “it’s quiet and doesn’t disturb anything.” This case really is landmark in the future of journalism.
- Inside the Egg, an iconic Beirut landmark. The building was meant to be a cinema but was abandoned at the beginning… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 8 hours ago
- Still thousands in central #beirut. No political and sectarian symbols - only Lebanese flag https://t.co/aEzmNQIRWE 10 hours ago
- If #BeirutProtests chants are a measure of Lebanese politicians popularity, foreign minister Gebran Bassil is the most hated by far 1 day ago
- And of course in Lebanon some are hunting for the perfect selfie https://t.co/K6dSxsAG4i 1 day ago
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