INTERNATIONAL PAPERS, Thurs. 30/05/12: The situation in Syria continues to get a lot of press. There is a visible change in tone since the Houla massacre. Many papers wonder whether this could be a turning point in the conflict. Meanwhile, Aung San Suu Kyi leaves Burma for her first trip abroad in nearly a quarter of a century.
WALL STREET JOURNAL (Asia): “Syria’s Srebrenica”
INDEPENDENT: Patrick Cockburn: “Move pushes Syria – and Russia – further out into the cold”
ASHARQ ALAWASAT: “Even Hezbollah and Israel agree”
THE NATION: CARTOON
THE NATION: “Time for Aung San Suu Kyi to step aside?”
GUARDIAN: “Travel envoy who can’t go anywhere – Mugabe is UN’s new leader for tourism”