bars access to oil ministry, power plant
NEW WORLD ORDER
Cop - Bad Cop -- "Fighting It Out" over Control
of Iraqi's Oil Reserves...Don't Worry -- The New World
Order Will Save You!
Fear US Exploitation Of Iraq Oil, Call For UN Role
"Sophisticated international blackmail" is what
Senator Arlen Specter called it yesterday. Blackmail is
the apt word: unless the U.S. and Britain turn over primary
control of Iraq to the U.N. none of this secondary
"vital role" stuff Chiracism threatens
to hobble oil sales and prevent recovery.
remains optimistic on UN's role in the world
Daily News: Towards a new world order?
Now Digital, Spy Camera Technology Widens Gaze
The use of surveillance cameras in private businesses
and public spaces has been a matter of debate for some
time. But even as the controversy becomes more heated,
the use of surveillance equipment is surging, driven by
new digital technology, falling prices and terrorism jitters.
Cruz: Library Joint Powers Board Resolution 2003-02
A Resolution on the USA PATRIOT Act and Related Measures
that Infringe on the Rights of Library Users
spy tools--for good or evil?
US NEWS HEADLINES
at Nevada volleyball tournament report mystery illness
Health officials are investigating a mystery illness
that affected dozens of players, coaches and parents
at a girls'regional volleyball tournament.
BLOOD FOR OIL
Next: Indian Military Bases
SARS: Be very, very afraid
order allows forced quarantine of SARS cases
Kong hit by surge in Sars deaths
Hong Kong recorded its highest daily number of deaths
due to Sars a day after cautious reassurances from the
government that the situation appeared to be stabilising
grips Beijing as leaders admit tenfold rise in Sars
SECOND AMENDMENT NEWS
Gun crime up despite amnesty
burglar sues woman who shot him during crime
Lewis, who is an inmate in the Benton County Jail, is
seeking $139,913.32 in damages for being shot after
he attempted to burglarize a business.
Cops attack gun availability, yet recycle own weapons
Several traded-in N.J. police guns have been connected
Ambassador: U.S. Bribed Generals to Surrender
Ambassador Vladimir Titirenko told Moscow's NTV,
"I am confident that the Iraqi generals entered
into a secret deal with the Americans to refrain from
resistance in exchange for sparing their lives."
Golden Victory -
US Bribed Iraqi Military Leaders
US Official: CIA had a hand in two coups in Iraq
during the darkest days of the Cold War
hospitals in crisis
Hospitals in Baghdad are being overwhelmed by new
patients, are running out of medicine and are short
of water and electricity
banks stripped as US soldiers stand by
war conspiracy theory
Arms Kept Till Eve of War, an Iraqi Scientist Is Said
on Blair over reliability of weapons reports
Regime Officials Held; Interim Leader Arrives in Iraq
Saddam Hussein's son-in-law and a government minister
in the ousted Iraqi regime were being held as the
country's interim leader, Jay Garner, arrived in Baghdad
with a pledge to restore basic services.
to keep up to 4 military bases in Iraq
Senator: New Iraq Government Could Take Five Years