• [Today in PD] The Enemy In Syria

    [Today in PD] The Enemy In Syria0

    MADRID – The Geneva II Middle East peace conference, to be held on January 22, will take place against a backdrop of singularly appalling numbers: Syria’s brutal civil has left an estimated 130,000 dead, 2.3 million refugees registered in neighboring countries, and some four million more internally displaced. The stakes at the conference are thus

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  • [Today in PD] Alhurra And Radio Sawa Provide Extensive Coverage Of The Egyptian Referendum Vote

    [Today in PD] Alhurra And Radio Sawa Provide Extensive Coverage Of The Egyptian Referendum Vote0

    As Egyptians took to the polls to vote on a new constitution, Alhurra Television and Radio Sawa provided audiences the latest news, expert analysis and reaction from the street. In the week leading up to the election, Alhurra aired a daily program called Constitutional Referendum. The series addressed such topics as personal freedoms and human

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  • [Today in PD] The Chinese Communist Party Tried Launching A Competitor To iOS. Here’s What The Chinese Said

    [Today in PD] The Chinese Communist Party Tried Launching A Competitor To iOS. Here’s What The Chinese Said0

    The Chinese Academy of Sciences unveiled a homegrown operating system called COS (for China Operating System) this week, which it called a crucial national security initiative in light of revelations about pervasive online surveillance by the US National Security Agency. But China’s 618 million internet users aren’t buying it. Software developer Shanghai Liantong Network Communications Technology

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