Anonymous asked: when did you get back?
To Malaysia? Idk about 3 weeks ago?
Why are you asking?
Protesters get repressed by the Enrique Peña Nieto’s government in Mexico City, on Septembrer 13th 2013.
A Palestinian man pauses near the Qalandia checkpoint between the West Bank city of Ramallah and Jerusalem on March 30, 2013.
[Credit : Bernat Armangue/AP]
September 8th, 2013
US drones hit multiple targets in Yemen today, killing at least 11 people, including at least two, but potentially many more innocent civilian bystanders, according to Yemeni officials.
The Yemeni military initially claimed all the slain were “al-Qaeda militants,” but officials later revised this count to say that only four of the dead had “links” to al-Qaeda, and two of the slain were definitely civilians. The other five remain totally unidentified. Of the last six confirmed US strikes, this is the second time Yemeni officials have publicly conceded to civilian deaths, an unusual trend in a nation where the policy is usually to deny civilian victims no matter how much evidence there is to support it.
Locals have complained the attacks are fueling local support for al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) as well as resentment against the US, though Yemeni ruler Maj. Gen. Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi insists that 9/11 obliges them to allow the US unrestricted access to Yemeni airspace.
Sao Paolo, Brazil - Police Fired Live Rounds at Protesters
Brazil - Police reportedly fired live rounds at demonstrators in Sao Paulo yesterday. There are also numerous photos online of small handgun shell casings that were picked up by demonstrators after police fired the shots. A local journalist was hit in face with shrapnel. There were numerous injuries such as broken arms/legs, shrapnel wounds, and teargas inhalation. A police car reportedly ran over a demonstrator. Thousands of Brazilians demonstrated in more than 150 cities across the country demanding an end to corruption.
Photo via facebook/midiaNINJA
Report from RT http://bit.ly/19uRjkR
If you have any information or updates about the situation in Brazil, please post in the comments.