Every Friday we take a look back at the week’s headlines, centering on a theme we’ve singled out as particularly important. This week fighting raged and little heed was paid to Valentine’s Day. The more everyone fought, the less sense they made, and damn if we couldn’t keep our eyes off them.
Many Syrians are convinced that, eventually, Mr. Assad will go. What worries them is how.
“We’re poor. We can’t go anywhere else. What is the fault of the families here? Where’s the humanity?”
If there’s a meta-narrative here, it’s that Iran tends to speak loudly but carries a small stick.
Hidden and shared by a small group of people who use them when needed, and are always sure to return them, such guns appear to be rising in number in New York
He and his rangers grabbed shotguns, radios, and medical kits and piled into two Land Cruisers. They roared into the night, hoping to cut off the shooter.
Heartland itself is a major source of funding to a network of experts and bloggers who have been prominent in the campaign to discredit established science.
“They’re going to have to reduce benefits,” he said. “We’re going to have to accept it, and we’re going to have to suffer.”
“Orchestra is on the other side of campus.”
The heads themselves were said to have been kept in the open air on a narrow platform and never removed.
It is precisely because Iranian women do wield power in their society and homes that the country’s reactionary leaders feel compelled to imbalance the playing field, to pass laws taking that dignity and influence away.
On the eve of the holiday, they raid stores and seize symbols of love.