Mark Little is RTE’s foreign affairs correspondent (although you’d be hard pressed to find that out on the RTE website, it has an absolutely terrible layout), before that he was RTE’s first Washington Correspondent (1995-2001). This is is second book, the first Turn Left At Greenland was published in June 2002 and reached number one on the Irish Non-Fiction Bestsellers list. This book deals with Little’s experience’s during the second Iraq conflict. (Which reminds me, how exactly are we supposed to refer to this. Is it a war? A conflict? A liberation? All these terms seem to imply another meaning. But that is beside the point).
RT @rabiasquared Shameful. No surprise. The system does not hold itself accountable. That's why it must be reimagined. This is why we need District and States Attorneys who aren't aligned with law enforcement, who come from civil rights and criminal defense backgrounds, not career prosecutors. twitter.com/AP/status/1308…
RT @cfmmuk On breaking news stories, it is wrong for newspapers to headline stories on unverified news. Again & again, they are proven incorrect. Here the claim a man shouted Allahu Akbar as part of a bomb threat at the Eiffel Tower is called "fake news" by police & Tower spokespeople pic.twitter.com/GgiALVMzex