At least 22 people were killed in Syria yesterday as security forces extended a push into cities where thousands attended anti-government rallies against President Bashar al-Assad’s rule, activists said.
The U.S. military probably carried out an attack on an alleged al-Qaeda training camp in Yemen in December that killed 41 civilians, Amnesty International said.
Syria should start an independent investigation into the deaths of six antigovernment protesters during unrest in the southern city of Daraa, Amnesty International said in an e-mailed statement today.
"It is deplorable that Qatar, which likes to paint itself internationally as a country that promotes freedom of expression, is indulging in what appears to be such a flagrant abuse of that right."
- Philip Luther on Jul 29, 2013