Posted at 09:04 AM ET, 04/28/2011

Alabama storms; Bradley Manning prison tour; Bahrain protests


A tornado moved through Tuscaloosa, Ala., on Wednesday, killing a reported 194 people. (Dusty Compton/AP)
Bradley Manning prison tour

To quell the protests over the treatment of Pfc. Bradley Manning, the soldier accused of leaking private documents to WikiLeaks, Army officials have invited reporters to the military prison Manning was transferred to last week. His attorney has accused the military of inhumane treatment for keeping Manning in solitary confinement for 23 hours a day and stripping him nude for inspections.

Bahrain to execute protesters

After last month’s protests in Bahrain, four men have been sentenced to death and three to life in prison after a trial found them guilty of killing two police officers, al-Jazeera reports. There are still 405 detained prisoners awaiting trials in a military court.

Suing your parents for allowance doesn’t work in Spain

A 25-year-old man took his parents to court for stopping his monthly allowance. The judge, unsurprisingly, ordered the man to move out of his parents’ home and find a job.

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