A general view from Exchange Place shows the skyline of lower Manhattan in darkness after a preventive power outage caused by giant storm Sandy in New York October 30, 2012. Millions of people in the eastern United States awoke on Tuesday to flooded homes, fallen trees and widespread power outages caused by Sandy, which swamped New York City’s subway system and submerged streets in Manhattan’s financial district. More than two-thirds of the U.S. East Coast’s refining capacity was shut down and fuel pipelines idled due to Hurricane Sandy. Early assessments show the region’s biggest plants may have escaped without major damage. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
Just a little message to the IDF/ Israeli army ;)
Bashar Al Assad … Next
20 June 2012
A thing to change:
Amnesty International: Syria’s human rights situation continues to deteriorate, and recent massacres of civilians are evidence of the shocking crimes against humanity that continue to be committed.
In the past 14 months, almost 10,000 people have been killed in Syria.
Urge US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to call for UN Security Council action on Syria, including an investigation of crimes against humanity; a freeze on the assets of senior Syrian government officials; and an effective arms embargo of the country.