Censorship and freedom of speech in Sri Lanka, India, China, Burma, and England.
By US law, the airwaves belong to all of us. But there’s no sign of that today.
A reported 140 people were killed and more than 800 were injured in a violent clash in China. One BBC reporter in Shanghai says this was “one of the most serious clashes between the authorities and demonstrators in China since Tiananmen Square in 1989.”
According to the BBC, as the Obama administration takes action to shut down Guantanamo, a detention facility in Bagram (a US military base in Afghanistan) expands. Ex-detainees talk to the BBC about their time at Bagram.