Media Roundup: 06 Jul 2011
At the most recent Zhuhai air show, the premier event for China's aviation industry, crowds swarmed around a model of an armed, jet-propelled drone and marveled at the accompanying display of its purported martial prowess.
North Sudan has massed what looks like a large convoy of troops in its Southern Kordofan oil state, the site of clashes that have threatened the peaceful secession of the south, a satellite monitoring group said on Wednesday.
Pakistan is cracking down on the Islamist group Hizb ut-Tahrir. So why is it allowed to operate freely in the United States and Britain?
- Myanmar Envoy Seeks Asylum, U.S. Pressure on Rulers
By: Paul Eckert | Reuters
- India's Supreme Court Bans Anti-Maoist Policemen
By: TRIPTI LAHIRI | The Wall Street Journal
- Crime and Politics in Mexico
- U.S. Willing to Leave 10,000 Troops in Iraq Past Year's End, Officials Say
By: David S. Cloud and Ned Parker | Los Angeles Times
- Boat Sinks Off Sudan 'Killing 197 Migrants'
- Turkish FM Calls for Political Solution Along With NATO Strikes
- Syrian Opposition Remains Divided on Engagement
By: Samer Araabi | Inter Press Services
- Doubts Grow About Putin's Front
By: Alex Chachkevitch | The Moscow Times
- Kazakhstan Looks East: Sino-Kazakh Strategic Partnership Deepens
By: Roger McDermott | Eurasia Daily Monitor
- Egypt Party Leader: Holocaust Is 'a Lie'
By: Ben Birnbaum | The Washington Times
- Somali Tied to Militants Held on U.S. Ship for Months
By: CHARLIE SAVAGE and ERIC SCHMITT | The New York Times
- West Bank Demolitions Highlight Struggle for Jordan Valley
By: Joel Greenberg | The Washington Post
- Brawl Erupts During Impeachment Talks in Afghan Parliament
By: ALISSA J. RUBIN and SANGAR RAHIMI | The New York Times
- Argentine Episode Is Little Comfort for Greece
By: MATT MOFFETT | The Wall Street Journal
- Sri Lanka: Conflict Gives Way to Hardship
By: Amantha Perera | Inter Press Services
- Cambodia's Hun Sen Says Thai Vote to Improve Ties
- Nigerian Ex-Governor Apologises to Islamists Over Abuse
By: Pius Utomi Ekpei | Agence France-Presse
- UN Focuses on Rape as Weapon of War After Libyan Woman's Video Goes Viral
By: Flavia Krause-Jackson and Caroline Alexander | Bloomberg News
- Before You Judge, Stand in Her Shoes
By: MIKE McGOVERN | The New York Times
- A Reunified Painting Stirs Big Thoughts in China and Taiwan
By: ANDREW JACOBS | The New York Times