Maybe 180 minutes. Catching up after the weekend:
MIDDLE EAST | NORTH AFRICA
THE GUARDIAN: Iraq rocked by deadly blast in Tikrit.
THE GUARDIAN: Hamas to ban men teaching at girls’ schools.
AL JAZEERA: VIDEO | UN plans post-Assad Syria deployment.
AL JAZEERA: Rival Syrian faction hits out at Arab League
REUTERS: March was bloodiest month in Syria war: rights group.
AL JAZEERA: Yemenis demand release of Guantanamo inmates.
FOREIGN POLICY: Samore: Nuclear negotiations with Iran going nowhere.
REUTERS: U.S. accuses Egypt of stifling freedom of expression.
FOREIGN POLICY: White House tells Morsy to quell rape epidemic in Egypt.
THE GUARDIAN: Central African Republic rebel leader announces post-coup government amid allegations emerge over use of child soldiers.
THE NEW YORK TIMES: Islamist Fighters Slip Back Into Timbuktu and Are Repelled by French and Malians.
REUTERS: Mali troops hunt for rebels after Timbuktu clash.
REUTERS: Private dailies re-emerge in Myanmar, face difficulties.
THE NEW YORK TIMES: Caroline Kennedy Seen as Likely Choice for Japan Envoy.
THE FINANCIAL TIMES: Abe needs to fix broken electoral system.
THE FINANCIAL TIMES: Regime tests the limits of a MAD world.
THE NEW YORK TIMES: Apple of Discord in China.
THE GUARDIAN: Mexican drug cartels move deeper into US to tighten grip on narcotics market.
FOREIGN AFFAIRS: The Real Reason Putin Supports Assad.
FOREIGN POLICY: After Mandela.
FOREIGN POLICY: Metro Diplomacy -The State Department is engaging the world’s growing cities like never before.
INSIDE NORTH KOREA
FREEDOM OF THE PRESS RETURNS TO MYANMAR AFTER 50 YEARS
Lynn Bo EPA, Soe Zeya Tun Reuters, Khin Maung Win AP | NBC NEWS PHOTOBLOG