News abroad

In the New York Times, Thomas Erdbrink and Michael Corkery tell us that Mystery Shrouds American Plane at Tehran Airport. Rory Jones at the Wall Street Journal wrote, “Iran Gets an Unlikely Visitor, an American Plane, but No One Seems to Know Why.” Andrew Grossman, also at WSJ, said, “Potentially interesting little mystery: Who owns this U.S. jet, and what's it doing in Tehran?”

Meanwhile, Margaret Sullivan at the New York Times writes that a Gag Order From the Israeli Court Raises Questions.Tony Karon with Al Jazeera English said, “Should US media abide by Israeli gag orders?” Jeff Guntzel with Minnesota Public Radio added, “NYT Jerusalem bureau chief tells public editor that paper abides by Israeli gag orders. Why I read @AliAbunimah.”

Elsewhere in the world, Edward Snowden wrote in The Guardian that Vladimir Putin must be called to account on surveillance just like Obama. J. Dana Stuster with Foreign Policy Magazine pointed out, “Conspicuously absent from Snowden's op-ed: All the weird rhetorical flourishes that come out anytime he's unedited.”

While at USA Today, Oren Dorell reports that Jews ordered to register in east Ukraine. Katie Benner with The Information said, “There are no words.” Jon Stokes from added, “This is not a headline I was expecting to see in the year 2014, or ever.” Mona Chalabi with FiveThirtyEight out it in stronger terms: “Fucking horrific if it's true.”

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