Yesterday’s shooting of Philippine journalist Dennis Cuesta is still the focal point of a series of stories this morning. GMA News is running a follow-up piece, the Philippine Daily Inquirer‘s site, Inqurier.net, has a story outlining the international media’s response to the incident, and The Macau Daily Times also has a news brief about the violent attack.
Also in the news today is widespread coverage of President Bush’s planned remarks on human rights issues in Asia, specifically China, which he will deliver in Thailand on Thursday. The Associated Press has a full transcript of the remarks. The Washington Post, and Bloomberg both have extensive coverage of the president’s trip to the region.
The Tehran Times is running yesterday’s Reuters story about the detention of Iraqi Reuters cameraman Ali al-Mashhadani, who has been detained by U.S. forces for the third time without charge since 2005.