Proof of Assad regime's systematic torture revealed by new photos
Published January 21st, 2014 - 22:15 GMT
New photos shows that the Assad regime is guilty of the "systematic killing" of about 11,000 detainees; global governments don't care at all about Syria; Tehran gets exactly what they want at Geneva; and Arab bloggers meet up.
55,000 digital images of 11,000 Assad torture victims
Syrian government officials could face war crimes charges in the light of a huge cache of evidence smuggled out of the country showing the "systematic killing" of about 11,000 detainees, according to three eminent international lawyers.
The United Nations launched the biggest humanitarian appeal in all its history, and held a conference in Kuwait on Monday to raise $ 6.5 billion in order to send decent aid to Syria.
The countries that attended the conference barely pledged $ 2.4 billion.
What Iran wanted was official recognition; they wanted the West to state that Tehran is important, that Tehran is now their partner, and that there can’t be a world without Iran.
And, above all, that Tehran now fights terrorism shoulder to shoulder with the West and that it is no longer on the axis of evil.
So much was covered in the first day: how to find new, innovative, compelling ways to tell stories; the various entities that govern the internet; and how social media is not capitalism but rather extreme democracy.