09 Mar

Events of Interest and Analyses, A Foreign Perspective



Syrian activists reject Annan’s dialogue call

Syrian National Council chief “angry” that UN envoy has warned against military intervention against Assad government.
Last Modified: 09 Mar 2012 14:26 GMT

Middle East

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‘Violence at campus’ as Saudi women strike

Students says at least 50 women injured at King Khalid University after security forces broke up protest over cleaning.
Last Modified: 09 Mar 2012 18:31 GMT

Is it legal to kill Americans overseas?

Inside Story Americas

09 Mar 2012 09:22 GMT

As top US government lawyer defends targeting citizens deemed an enemy of the state we ask if the action is justifiable.

Franco Lamolinara

Nigeria hostage raid was discussed by Italy and UK, Downing Street claims

No 10 says it raised possibility of special forces raid to free Italian and British man as Italy expresses fury over mission

UNFCCC secretary Christiana Figueres at the Durban climate change conference in Durban

Republican presidential win would lose US ground to China – UN climate chief

9 Mar 2012:

Christiana Figueres says voting in climate-sceptic Republican would hand competitive technological edge to China and Europe

US election day: Black voters queueing

NAACP to call on UN to investigate voter disfranchisement in US

Delegation to travel to Geneva to tell human rights council that attempt is being made to restrict black and Latino right to vote

Nuclear Power in The U.S.

Big Nuclear’s cosy relationship with the Obama administration

Amy Goodman: One year on from Fukushima, the US is rewarding the nuclear energy lobby by underwriting new investment – regardless of risk

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