Must-reads 27 januari – 2 februari

Rolling Stone: How the country’s biggest gun-rights group thwarts regulation and helps put military-grade weapons in the hands of killers
The Lede: Vacation on Syria’s Front Lines Goes Wrong for Russian Judge
The Star: Aarushi Talwar murder – Inside story of India’s most controversial trial
British Journal of Photography: Ones to Watch – Jérôme Sessini
Ahram Online: Egypt protesters come to aid of ransacked Intercontinental hotel
Asian Times: A well-laid war in Myanmar
Telegraph: Aleppo executions: 79 bodies pulled from Syria river
Global Post: Israel, UN watchdog dismiss reports of blast at nuclear plant in Iran
Harper’s Magazine: Welcome to Free Syria – Meeting the rebel government of an embattled country
The New York Times: Hackers in China Attacked The Times for Last 4 Months
Chicago Magazine: Can $86 Million Save a Neighborhood?
Al Jazeera: Battling the Yakuza
The Economist: A rare Israeli attack on Syria
Foreign Policy: Mali Is Not a Stan -When it comes to covering Africa’s latest conflict, it’s suddenly amateur hour
Hadal Zone: UN Face Masks US-Saudi Counterrevolution In Yemen
The Guardian: Japanese pop star shaves head in apology – for night with boyfriend
Bloomberg: Libor Lies Revealed in Rigging of $300 Trillion Benchmark
The New York Times Magazine: The Spy Novelist Who Knows Too Much

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