Friday, January 28, 2011

The Short List

  • Protests continue again in Egypt following Friday prayers, though internet and cellphone connections have been disrupted.  NYT examines Al Jazeera and its place in the recent protests.  Also, the long regarded Muslim youth are growing up.

  • China will allow the implementation of property taxes in select cities to curb speculation.

  • The Senate Tea Party Caucus needs a membership drive.

  • The Washington Post dives deeper into the firing of Juan Williams from NPR.

  • The Economist considers expanding cellphone service in poor countries and what it can mean to the citizens of these countries.

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