Alice: Madness Returns

 EA Games in connection with Spicy Horse studio are teaming up to create a new videogame sensation that takes Alice in Wonderland to a whole new terrifying level.
Alice: Madness Returns has no set release date, but there are teaser trailers all over the internet, so you horror game-loving Xombies can get a look. The graphics have a dark, cartoonish style that would make Tim Burton proud. The game is in the 3rd person, and from what’s been revealed in the teasers, you’ll get to have tea with the Mad Hatter and wreak some lovely havoc on the evil creatures now populating Wonderland.


Amazing Sound barrier Air craft

 Sound barrier  Photos fighters who cross the sound barrier.

Iranian Warships Sail Through Suez Canal

Two Iranian naval ships have sailed through the Suez Canal from the Red Sea to the Mediterranean, Iran's state TV says.

Gas tanker Duhail
The Suez Canal is one of the world's most strategically important transit choke points

The vessels are the first Iranian naval ships to pass through the strategic waterway since Iran's 1979 revolution.
Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman stated that Iran's plan to send the ships through the canal en route to Syria was a "provocation".
An Egyptian army official said the military had given its approval to Iran's request, which has presented an early diplomatic test to Egypt's interim government after the overthrow of president Hosni Mubarak.
Egypt's Western allies are watching for hints of any shift in policy towards its neighbours, especially Israel, with which it has a peace treaty and supplies with natural gas.

NYU Fellow`s Resignation Over Offensive Tweets About Lara Logan’s Assault

Following a series of offensive tweets about the sexual assault of CBS chief foreign correspondent Lara Logan in Cairo Tuesday, New York University has accepted the resignation of Nir Rosen, a fellow at the university’s Center on Law and Security.Logan was covering the celebrations in Tahrir Square for a 60 Minutes feature on February 11 when she and her crew were “surrounded by a dangerous element amidst the celebration,” CBS reported. Logan was then cut off from her team, surrounded and then suffered a “brutal and sustained sexual assault and beating” before a group of women and Egyptian soldiers rescued her.
She returned to her hotel with the CBS team and then caught the first flight Saturday back to the U.S., where she was hospitalized. She was released from the hospital Tuesday evening.
Shortly after news about the assault was released, Rosen, a veteran war correspondent, tweeted, “Lara Logan had to outdo Anderson. Where was her buddy McCrystal,” referring to Anderson Cooper’s beating in Cairo at the beginning of the month. He added later, “I’m rolling my eyes at all the attention she’ll get,” citing his view that she is “a major war monger.”
Following a few backlash comments on Twitter, he responded, “Yes yes its [sic] wrong what happened to her. Of course. I don’t support that. But, it would have been funny if it happened to Anderson too,” suggesting that it somehow would have been amusing if Anderson Cooper had also suffered a “brutal and sustained sexual assault and beating.” (Rosen says that, at the time, he was not aware of the severity of the attack.)
Rosen has since deleted both tweets and apologized repeatedly on Twitter. “[I] forgot Twitter is not exactly private,” he tweeted, later saying that he “never meant to heart anyone” and has “brought shame” upon himself and his family.