Top of the Hour: Syrian Rebels Reject Demand Two Days Before Scheduled Cease-Fire, Morning Headlines

Monday, April 09, 2012

Syrian rebels have rejected a new demand by the government for a guarantee in writing to stop fighting. The demand came yesterday, less than 48-hours before a cease-fire is scheduled to go into effect. In other headlines: reports of a long-range rocket in North Korea; rumors of a third nuclear test in North Korea; two men arrested in shooting rampage in Tulsa, Oklahoma; and Bubba Watson beats Louis Oosthuizen in the Masters golf tournament in dramatic fashion.

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anna from new york

Wow, NPR. So a consultant to Assad is now a consultant to NPR ... Bravo. You should hire more people.
I think Guenther Grass is available. A Nazi, a "leftist," ... a Nazi again. Everyone who has paid attention to his "production" has known that this Nazi was always a Nazi in different uniforms and that he received his Nobel precisely for this reason.
So I can compile a list for you:
Guenther Grass, this consultant ... I'll continue.

Apr. 09 2012 07:42 AM

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