Any interesting news articles I read. Probably lots of Al-Jaz. Sep 11
Get flash to fully experience Pearltrees
Linden MacIntyre takes a closer look at the case of Ludmila Ilina and the Osgoode Hall team tackling her case in an engrossing examination of how evidence can be used to both convict and acquit. In a particularly personal broadcast, the fifth estate's Bob McKeown traces the career of, and his friendship with, the always fascinating, charismatic, and confounding Stephen Reid. White collar criminals waltz away from hard time. Discovering the truth about those who have been lost. A dictator's final fight against his own demise.
Cops With Machine Guns: How the War on Terror Has Militarized the Police - Arthur Rizer and Joseph Hartman - NationalOver the past 10 years, law enforcement officials have begun to look and act more and more like soldiers. Here's why we should be alarmed. Danny Moloshok / Reuters At around 9:00 a.m. on May 5, 2011, officers with the Pima County, Arizona, Sheriff's Department's Special Weapons and Tactics (S.W.A.T.) team surrounded the home of 26-year-old José Guerena, a former U.S. Marine and veteran of two tours of duty in Iraq, to serve a search warrant for narcotics.
Future of online news
A new program designed to promote engagement between Canada and North Korea will be bringing six professors from North Korea to study English and economics at UBC for six months. “It’s a very tentative program. It’s the first time it’s been done.
12 September 2011 Last updated at 12:42 ET One person was seriously injured in the explosion, reportedly suffering from burns One person has been killed and four injured, one seriously, in a blast at the Marcoule nuclear site in France. There was no risk of a radioactive leak after the blast, caused by a fire near a furnace in the Centraco radioactive waste storage site, said officials.
"War on Terror"