Monday, July 28, 2008

monday reads

The death toll in two bomb blasts in Istanbul rose to 17 today in an attack that sharply increased tension as Turkey's top court began deliberating on whether to ban the governing party.

Wave of deadly bombings kill dozens in Iraq

A shotgun-wielding man opened fire at a Unitarian church during a children's play Sunday morning, killing two adults and wounding seven others in Knoxville, Tennessee.

An obscure Islamic militant group warning of "the terror of Death" claimed responsibility for bombings that killed at least 45 people and authorities stepped up security Sunday after India's second series of blasts in two days.

Nick Turse: War Crimes Hunter. On the Trail of Atrocity in Vietnam

Chalmers Johnson: The Military-Industrial Complex. It's Much Later Than You Think

Top Officials at Bailed out Fannie and Freddie Rake in Millions

Copters and Cows in Iraq

The Guardian is running Audrey Niffenegger's graphic novel The Night Bookmobile. (h/t Bookslut)

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