Monday, April 28, 2008

monday reads

Pakistani and Indian troops working as UN peacekeepers in the Democratic Republic of Congo trade arms for gold and ivory.

With calls to shut down the city, hundreds of demonstrators launched the start of what could be a long series of protests following the acquittal of three New York City Detectives in the shooting death of Sean Bell.

Elizabeth Edwards: Bowling 1, Health Care 0

Families of Iraqis who died in a shooting involving Blackwater Worldwide contractors accused the company Friday of shredding documents and destroying evidence.

Tom Engelhardt: Petraeus, Falling Upwards

A Humbolt squid invasion of the Pacific Northwest and the rise of the age of jellyfish.

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