Saturday, March 26, 2011

Weekend Update: Libya, Japan, and other important news

To say the last few weeks have been anything but uncertain would be an understatement. Between whats going on with Japans earthquake and nuclear situation, plus all the protest in middle east you could say that the worlds stage has been pretty busy. After a while it gets tiring to listen to the same old news everyday, then you imagine what it would be like to live in those poor countries right now. On Monday President Obama will address the Nation and give an update on the situation in Libya. Major bombing operations have been transferred out of the hands of the U.S. and now is being taken care of by other members of the United Nations coalition.

Ny Times - Qaddafi Forces Pull Back as Rebels Retake Ajdabiya

ABC News - Air Raids Force Gadhafi Retreat, Rebels Seize East

Ny Times - Unrest in Syria and Jordan Poses New Test for U.S. Policy

CNN - Yemen president says he is 'ready to step down

Reuters - Japan nuclear crisis far from over - UN agency

CNN - Iowa Republicans eager for 2012 race to kick into gear

Fox News - Ohio Mom Claims U.S. Army Made 20-Year-Old Son Diet to Death

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