Enter 'Heart of Baghdad'
workers fear Homeland Security Act is being used to bust
Pulls Open Net For Wiretapping
Wiretapping takes on a whole new meaning now that phone
calls are being made over the Internet
Imprisonment for Any and All Involved in a Protest
That Blocks Traffic
Protesters as Terrorists...
GLOBAL POLICE STATE HEADLINES
should routinely pay fees to use Britain's motorways
and country roads, according to a committee of MPs
which yesterday criticised the "inadequate
and inconsistent" approach of ministers to
US NEWS HEADLINES
Terrorist Reportedly Spotted On UCF Campus
University of Central Florida police confirmed Wednesday
night that they are investigating a number of reported
sightings of one of the FBI's most wanted terror suspects
City's going on the block
Naming rights to be offered
NEW WORLD ORDER
CNN comments on 9/11
and the creation of the NWO.
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New World Order video game makes its debut in America
out of U.N.' Movement Gains Momentum
Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, has reintroduced his legislation
effectively telling that tower of Babel on the East
River, "Adios, youre out of here, and take
your Marxist goo-goos with you.
Juggles U.S., Iran and Syria Ties Over Iraq
As the U.S.-led war on Iraq gathers heat, Turkey is
juggling its close ties to Washington with high-level
contacts with Iran and Syria, both fiercely opposed
to the war and deeply mistrusted by the United States.
Arabs Warn U.S. Not to Use Iraq to Pick New Fights
Arab commentators and officials warned the United States
on Wednesday that its war on Iraq was widening its circle
of enemies in the Middle East and urged Washington to
refrain from picking new fights.
gives passports to suicide bombers
The men, who are being held as prisoners of war, came
from various Arab countries but all carried Syrian passports.
They are thought to be among thousands of Arab zealots
making their way to the battle front.
Russia advises Iraq on U.S. plan
SARS MYSTERY DISEASE OUTBREAK
Attendants Demand Protection From SARS
The Association of Flight Attendants, AFL-CIO, sent
the following letter on Wednesday to Dr. Jon Jordan,
Federal Air Surgeon of the Federal Aviation Administration
demanding that the agency issue an emergency order outlining
immediate precautions be taken to protect flight attendants
from contracting Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome
fuels close of China consulates
U.S. advises nonessential
workers to leave due to outbreak of mystery illness
Should You Be Worried?
As more cases are reported, anxiety is rising. A California
public health official discusses what can be done to
help curb the spread of this mysterious illness
revives terror of 1918 flu
The lightning spread of Sars brings grim echoes of the
greatest world pandemic, the 1918 flu scourge.
troops 'find boxes of white powder'
"It is clearly a suspicious site"
Iraqis killed in battles
In a night of ferocious fighting, more than 1,000
soldiers were killed in a battle with the US infantry,
while more than 400 died as the Americans took control
of Baghdad airport.
to remake Iraq
Nucleus of a postwar government forms in Kuwait
happens now, Mr Rumsfeld?
As the endgame approaches, the world waits to judge
the coalition's military and political strategy and
especially the man driving it, the US Defence Secretary
of the Washington think tanks
While the tanks are moving towards Baghdad, the Washington
think tanks are manoeuvring for influence in shaping
the interpretation of the war.
SECOND AMENDMENT HEADLINES
panel would shield gun industry
Measure would bar litigation that faults firms for fatalities
Feds back off on second registry bill
Gun firms take aim against the city
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