Read This… Not That 4/12/12

Read This:

*UN selects British PM to lead committee tasked with establishing new Millennium Development Goals [The Guardian]

*Mugabe back in Zimbabwe; Health rumors revive succession concerns [AFP]

* Who are the three individuals who have sat outside the White House 24/7 for the last 25 years? [Al Jazeera]

*Reporters get a glimpse of the “real” Pyongyang after the press bus takes a wrong turn [AP]

Not That:

Didn’t come across any bad eggs today. Hooray!

Read This… Not That 4/10/12

Read This:

*Nigerian World Bank head nominee: “It’s not good enough to say you know about poverty. You have to live it.” [The Washington Post]

*Jim Yong Kim’s vision for the World Bank [New York Times]

*Chinese now spend more than Americans on groceries [The Economist]

*Invisible Children co-founder: Jesus is the “ultimate storyteller” [The Atlantic]

Not That: 

*Zimbabwe government spokesperson responds to reports of Mugabe’s imminent death on Twitter  [The Atlantic] - Too bad the reporter fell for these fake tweets