…not so much.
As always, these are just the stories that caught my eye.
British Royal Hoax – I’m pulling this one out because there’s a lot of places involved and I don’t feel like multiple links. I’m actually torn about including this story. I don’t know that the surviving family members need the pain of the continuing media exposure and reliving the pain of their wife/mother/daughter/sister/cousin/friend’s suicide. So, on second thought, I’m removing all links to this story.
Cambodia Bans Internet Cafes Near Schools (Global Voices)
Canada upgrades immigration screening with biometrics (The security Director News)
Jews Warned Not to Wear Religious Symbols in Copenhagen (The Moderate Voice)
Morsi Fails to Silence Opposition (The Moderate Voice)
Egypt’s Morsi Overplayed His Hand: Analysts (The Moderate Voice)
Hungarian Students Call for Nationwide Strike (Global Voices)
Delhi Gang Rape Case Evokes Rage Across India (Global Voices)
Indian Sitar Legend Ravi Shankar Dies, Aged 92 (The Moderate Voice)
Italy’s Berlusconi Announces Fresh Run for PM (The Moderate Voice)
Pakistan Leader Visits Shot Girl in British Hospital (The Moderate Voice)
Barcelona: Woman busted with 3 lbs of cocaine in breasts (Digital Journal)
Swedish Probe into Holocaust Victims’ Ashes Painting (The Moderate Voice)
Homemade Syrian rebel-tank with gamepad gun controller (Boing Boing)
Where does Assad’s online army come from? (Boing Boing)
Britain to Allow Gay Marriages in Churches (The Moderate Voice)
Zambian President Orders Killing of “Rebels” No One Can Find (Global Voices)