Bloomberg | France Telecom SA’s talks on acquisitions in Iraq and Cambodia are progressing, and the company may enter Algeria as it expands further into emerging markets, Chief Executive Officer Stephane Richard said.
Guardian | The cleric once described by the US military as the most dangerous man in Iraq, Muqtadr al-Sadr, slipped back into his homeland today after three years in Iran to lay claim to a lead role in Iraqi affairs.
Gareth Porter | A special envoy raised the possibility in a secret meeting with senior Iraqi military and civilian officials that the Obama administration would leave more than 15,000 combat troops in Iraq after the 2011 deadline for U.S. withdrawal.
Press TV | American forces decapitated an Iraqi last year on the order of their higher-up, show recently-exposed US military documents.
TODAY ON THE ALEX JONES SHOW
Chaos in Baltimore
On the Sunday, April 26 broadcast of the Alex Jones Show, protests in Baltimore, Maryland, over the death of Freddie Gray turned violent yesterday as rioters smashed up local businesses and parked cars, and attacked patrons, destroying the anti-police brutality demonstration's legitimacy. Meanwhile, President Obama laughs it up with media insiders at the White House Correspondents' Dinner, and NBC looks at hanging one of their longtime anchors, Brian Williams, out to dry. Also, the Obama administration releases documents on the Patriot Act surveillance law ahead of its expiration, and the ethics of the CIA's drone assassination program is called into question. We'll also take your calls on this worldwide transmission from 4pm to 6pm.