The U.S. is giving the Syrian opposition an 'Extreme Makeover'
Published November 4th, 2012 - 07:56 GMT
The U.S.-sponsored drive to overhaul the Syrian opposition’s leadership is roller-coasting its way to a November 8 finale in Doha; Sinai is a no-go for UK tourists; Saudi Gangnam Style; and Lebanon's Zaha Hadid is Woman Of The Year 2012.
U.S. push to overhaul Syrian opposition gains pace
The U.S.-sponsored drive to overhaul the Syrian opposition’s leadership is roller-coasting its way to a November 8 finale in Doha.
The drive aims to form a new opposition umbrella, called the Syrian National Initiative (SNI), to supplant the Syrian National Council (SNC).
Will the Egyptian government do like the British government and issue a warning about #Sinai !? "Updated"
I am tired for the daily news coming from Sinai that proves by all measures that the bad guys got an upper hand in the North.
I am tired from the constant operations against security forces and the constant abduction targeting the locals.
I want President Morsi to address the nation sincerely if he really fears God about the truth of what is happening in Sinai.
Dame Zaha Hadid, 62, the very first female winner of the Pritzker Architecture Prize and one of the most accomplished architects on earth, has now been announced as the “Woman of the Year 2012″ by Glamour Magazine, a magazine centered around fashion, beauty, & celebrity news.