Links 24 – 27 juni

CPJ: Another journalist reports sex assault in Tahrir Square
The Washington Post: Lawmakers reworked financial portfolios after talks with Fed, Treasury officials
Amnesty International: Medische hulpverleners gemarteld en gedood in Syrië
Rolling Stone: The Scam Wall Street Learned From the Mafia Joeri Boom – Welkom in mijn keuken
The Lede: Sudan Deports Egyptian Journalist and Detains Bloggers as Protests Continue
Russia Today: ‘Egypt revolt hijacked, was never religious’ – Amr Moussa
Foreign Affairs: How Obama Lost Canada
Wired: Putin Wants a Darpa of His Own
Tegenlicht: Het wonder van Baskenland Arab Spring report: BBC could improve sharing of UGC vetting details
The Independent: Mohamed Morsi is no revolutionary and not much of a nationalist. The army elite has already laid traps for him
This American Life: Americans in China
The New York Times: North Korea Tests the Patience of Its Closest Ally
The Christian Science Monitor: Saudi Arabia to allow women to compete for the first time
Al Jazeera: Turkey-Syria relations- Taking a nose dive?
Foreign Policy: Build Burma from the Ground Up ‘Zelfs bij een koekenpan willen Duitsers nog een technische beschrijving’
The Washington Post: Justice Scalia must resign

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