Japan struggles in the aftermath of the tsunami-quake tragedy. A staggering death toll, threats of nuclear danger and a fear of spreading radiation spells panic throughout Asia. Largely overshadowed is New Zealand’s call for help, in the aftermath of the devastating quake.
Meanwhile, political unrest remains unresolved for The Middle East as their people continue to submerge in the pressure of raging chaos. Further demonstrations surface in Yemen and Gaza. Egypt faces sectarian conflicts only weeks after what seemed like victory.
In the face of perpetual adversity and global disasters, some news take precedence over others. Readers tend to ignore the sidebars, maintaining a tunnel vision of headline news. The danger? The false world view potentially undermines unpublicised trouble, surrounding the rest of the world.