from The Great Debate:

Why Palestinians are back fighting on Jerusalem’s streets

By Rashid I. Khalidi
November 13, 2014

Palestinian youths throw stones towards Israeli border police during clashes at a checkpoint between the Shuafat refugee camp and Jerusalem

Once again, widespread popular unrest has broken out in Jerusalem. Since July, there have been clashes between young Arabs and Israeli security forces using tear gas, rubber bullets, live ammunition and truncheons.  

from Full Focus:

Revealing Syria’s revolt

November 15, 2011

International pressure on President Bashar al-Assad is mounting after months of bloodshed in Syria. Hundreds have been killed this month in one of the bloodiest periods of the revolt, inspired by uprisings which have overthrown leaders in Tunisia, Egypt and Libya. With independent journalists banned from covering the uprising, the responsibility of documenting the conflict has fallen to ordinary citizens. It is important to note that Reuters cannot independently verify the content in the following images from inside Syria.

from FaithWorld:

Hungary’s communist leader Kádár summoned priest before dying

By Reuters Staff
November 23, 2010

kadarHungary's last communist leader János Kádár met a priest at his own request shortly before he died, former Hungarian Prime Minister Miklós Németh revealed on Tuesday, two decades after Kadar's death.