Refugees from Syria are compromising stability in the region
Published August 30th, 2012 - 06:36 GMT
The swell of Syrians fleeing the conflict is so great in the past days that Jordan andTurkey have threatened to close their borders; a letter to King Abdullah from a blogger; Review: Sony Personal 3D Viewer; and a crisis avoided in Egypt.
The Flood of Syrian Refugees Threatens Regional Stability and Underlines Price of Inaction
Your majesty; from the above, if it makes any sense; we have one major issue that should be addressed before getting into the stories of corruption and all these excuses we’re giving to ourselves; one thing which’s the base of producing the generation that will be able to take this country to another level… EDUCATION
Acts of Heroism Keep Sectarian Strife out of the Headlines
If not for the wisdom of two men, the world would be aware of the village of Sheikh Masoud in Upper Egypt for all the wrong reasons.
This hamlet deep in the rural backwater south of Cairo would have been added to the well-publicized list of Egyptian locations torn apart by sectarianism.