“By 2010, some estimate there will be two million patients in India on clinical trials.” – BBC Online reports on outsourcing patients to India. Who didn’t see that coming?
George Alagiah this weekend: “Some of today’s immigrants aren’t interested in making Britain their home. They see it as a place where they can live – but their real ties remain with their homelands.”
“I used to be an American Jew. And then I read Daniel Pipes,” says Bradley Burston in Ha’aretz on Daniel Pipes. He calls him the new kind of Israel basher.
For the climate change sceptics and environmentalists – the New York Times reviews the debate around global warming.
In April, Palestinian journalist Fawaz Turki was fired from the Saudi paper Arab News. Why? For criticising the government.
Shiv Malik profiles British suicide bomber Omar Sharif who killed innocent people in Israel. Also mentions the Hizb ut Tahrir link.
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