Most Wanted: Alternative Assassin’s Creed 3 Settings

As much as I enjoyed Ezio’s renaissance-inspired antics, after more extensions to his story than anyone ever expected or asked for, the announcement of the American Revolution as the new setting for Assassin’s Creed III was welcome, to say the least. It’s certainly a significant period in history, one worth exploring, but I still can’t shake the feeling that the story of American independence from … Continue reading Most Wanted: Alternative Assassin’s Creed 3 Settings

Report: Mexico, Egypt no longer have a free press

original article by BARRY SCHWEID, AP Diplomatic Writer Barry Schweid, Ap Diplomatic Writer WASHINGTON – Mexico can no longer be considered to have a free press because of the threats and violence associated with drug trafficking, but an eight-year decline in press freedom around the world appears to have begun leveling off in 2010, an independent advocacy group reported. In its annual accounting of press … Continue reading Report: Mexico, Egypt no longer have a free press

Canada won’t consider more Libya jets until May

Canada will not decide whether to contribute more fighter jets to NATO operations over Libya until after the May 2 federal election, Prime Minister Stephen Harper said on Friday. Britain and France are urging other NATO allies to provide more planes capable of hitting Libyan ground forces after the United States cut back its role in the operation. Canada has six fighter jets in the … Continue reading Canada won’t consider more Libya jets until May