Two days ago, anti-American violence erupted in Kabul as militant branches of Islam protested the inflammatory “Innocence of Muslims” video. And yesterday, twelve people were killed, mostly foreign air charter workers, when a suicide car bomber targeted a minivan near Kabul International Airport.
Yesterday [MON], the United Nations released a report of its investigation into the Syrian conflict. After last month’s declaration that both the government and the rebels have been committing war crimes, the investigators have now concluded that the situation is growing exponentially worse.
A wave of car chases throughout Southern California has caused the police force to disparage the way media outlets handle coverage of chases, stating that live coverage from the scene of chases does little but exacerbate the problem.