US drone strikes in Pakistan have risen from one a year in 2004 to one every four days under President Obama. Despite all the evidence of civilian deaths, the US insists drone strikes are 'the most accurate weapon in history'.
Thousands of Israelis and Palestinians gathered in east Jerusalem, many carrying posters that read “only free people can negotiate,” Nelson Mandela’s words when imprisoned anti-apartheid leader.
Sadaullah lost one eye and both legs in a US drone strike on Pakistan. He was lucky. His wheelchair-bound uncle and two cousins were all killed. The US said they were Taliban militants.
There are no "signs of progress" in Afghanistan. More Afghans are dying. Violence is at the highest levels yet in the 10-year conflict. Security is worse now than it was before Obama's repeated escalations.
UK foreign secretary William Hague says: Don't let the Arab Spring distract us from the Iranian threat. Here's a history lesson for Mr Hague about the "threat" of Iran.
NATO's commanders are still hoping that a lucky bomb may kill Gaddafi, but to date the staying power has been with the Libyan leader, whereas it is the NATO powers who are fighting among themselves.
For the 4,000 victims of News International phone hacking there may be redress. Unlike the relatives of loved ones killed in the illegal wars Murdoch's newspapers so enthusiastically endorsed.
The US drones Pakistan, violates its sovereignty, kill its citizens, ignores international law. But, says Tariq Ali, the only way to bring stability is to get out of Afghanistan.
Murdoch is a major crime boss being threatened with parking tickets. David Swanson wants him brought down for the right reason: for inciting mass murder coldly and calculated from behind a desk.
Robert Lambert says the News of the World's toolbox of dirty tricks was deployed against supporters of the Palestinian cause, like George Galloway and Mohammed Ali from the Islam Channel.