Journalists straddling pool of blood whilst interviewing police officers outside academy. Don’t call us vultures for nothing. #yemen
Iona Craig, a foreign journalist in Yemen, tweets following a suicide bombing outside a police academy in Sanaa that killed nine.
Since former president Ali Abdullah Saleh stepped down, suicide attacks have been a recurring phenomena in Sanaa and Aden. The last attack in Sanaa happened on May 22, a day before the anniversary of Yemen’s unification, killing nearly 100 soldiers.
Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal - #WeRememberJuly11
Research by Dr. Taylor Owen revealed that the total amount of bombs dropped by the United States in Cambodia between 1965-1973 was five times greater than previously known.
This apparent terror act, the first in 2011, has showed an important new feature of the Russian media space. If a year ago Russians were just experimenting with new media tools (and, especially Twitter) during the emergencies, in 2011 they faced this disaster better prepared. The Twitter-news were so instant that even the president found out about the event from Twitter. At the same time, Twitter-mobilization against the escalated taxi rates led to self-help organization and a decision to remove the train tariff for passengers.