Latest update: 11/03/2013
- Journalism - North Korea - Pope - Syria - Vatican
Death in Aleppo: the story behind the pictures
Harrowing images of bodies in Syria are back on the front page, as the Guardian looks into what could have happened in Aleppo. North Korea threatens to break a fragile truce with its southern neighbours; one journalist spoke to local people about it in Pyongyang. And waiting with bated breath: newspapers focus on Rome as clerics decide on the next pope.
The Guardian headlines with a stark image of the bloodshed in Syria: its investigative report from Aleppo describes conditions on the ground, in the aftermath of these mass killings.
Koreans in Pyongyang are « proud » of their nuclear arsenal : The Independent gets a rare insight into opinion on the ground, where local people largely seem to support their government’s belligerent policy.
The global media descend on one of world’s tiniest states : the Vatican City’s under scrutiny, as clerics prepare to decide on the highest office in the Catholic church.