Essential Reading to Understand The Headlines

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Amnesty International Protects the Muslim Brotherhood While Bin Laden's Hideout Info Gets Complicated

Egypt detains 154 members of the Muslim Brotherhood

Protecting Terrorists: Amnesty accuses Egypt of crackdown before election

Complications in the Report of Bin Laden in Pakistan

US has no information about Osama's hideout: Pentagon - The Economic Times -

US soldier in custody after death of Taliban prisoner
Strategic defence review means end of Iraq-scale military interventions via @guardian

Saudi Arabia announces surrender of man on wanted list - #cnn

Plane with Saudi flight students diverted in ND via @washingtonpost

Yemen Says Offensive Has Cornered Militants

BBC News - Jordanian gets 24 years for Dallas bomb plot

Turkish leader to boycott meeting if Israeli counterpart attends - #cnn

nationalpost Hit team suspect arrested in Canada: Dubai

rodneystack @slkbrooke: Hamas Leader Says No Recognition of Israel #tcot

NATO then was used to keep the Russians at bay today the EU wants to be friends with the latter now the problem
Hackers can force a jet's crash: British report - The Economic Times -

Russia accepts invitation to NATO leaders summit in Lisbon in November - Winnipeg Free Press

What Drama! Lebanese leaders made sure the Ahmadinejad-Hizballah show was a flop
New Moscow mayor is a friend of Putin, not of free press,,6124628,00.html

Elbit Systems to Upgrade Azerbaijani T-72 MBTs

Pakistan Spies Tied to Mumbai Siege


Political views of expected Hu Jintao successor largely unknown via @globeandmail
RT @TelegraphNews Britain enters 'Age of Uncertainty' amid unknown terrorist threats - Telegraph