Violent protests against the hated Equitalia, the Italian tax collection agency, are making headlines in several cities in the past few days. In Rome mail bombings have been ongoing since December. Via Google Translate, this time in Italian, please consider a trio of articles.
Yesterday, in the aftermath of the stunning report that 17 "massive" bomb explosions rocked Chinese city of Liuzhou, killing at least 7 and wounding at least 51, we asked if as a result of China's economic hard-landing and the surge in layoffs, the widespread popular unrest - which we suggested over the weekend is due for a comeback - has finally landed in China with tragic consequences, especially since the incident is clearly being treated as a criminal act.
AFPIstanbul (AFP) - Two people were killed when a car exploded early Thursday outside a government building in the southern Turkish city of Adana, officials said.
"Two people were killed and 16 were wounded," the governor of Adana, Mahmut Demirtas, was quoted as saying by the state-run news agency Anadolu.
SANAA, Yemen — The death toll from airstrikes by the Saudi-led coalition that hit a wedding party in Yemen’s Taiz province has risen to 131, Yemeni medical officials said Tuesday.
Details about the strikes, which took place Monday, were sketchy but a UN official said that if confirmed, the high death toll would make it one of the deadliest incidents in the conflict.
If the numbers are as high as suggested, this may be the single deadliest incident since the start of the conflict
Miami-Dade Corrections and Rehabilitation Department via Associated PressThe FBI says it caught a terrorist trying to blow up a synagogue on the outskirts of Miami.
But the FBI supplied the bomb.
The device was fake, part of an undercover FBI sting operation that, like hundreds of controversial investigations before it, used an undercover informant to target an alleged terrorist.
I had been reorganizing and thinning out my bookshelves for a good part of the week.
My collection of books on Israel, due to inheriting the collections of a few family members, is half in boxes. It is a problem because it has now grown so large it could take over one entire floor-to-ceiling bookcase on its own.
A few months ago, I shelved all the Israel books, just to see what it would be like, and it was more war than I wanted around me every day in my office, and so I put some back in boxes, feeling guilty.