Continue in Iraq
Child on the Left Cowers with a Gun in His Face)
Flows Again From Iraqi Fields
Society Propaganda Piece: Biometric technology may
eliminate passwords and codes
NEW WORLD ORDER
NEW WORLD ORDER LEAVES MANY QUESTIONS UNANSWERED
Dog and Pony Show:
adviser berates Moscow and Paris
to defy US
At the same time, Richard Perle, a leading adviser to
the Pentagon, told a Russian newspaper the country's multi-billion-dollar
oil deals with Iraq would probably be annulled. Russia
has an estimated $US52 billion ($85 billion) tied up in
deals with Iraq under the sanctions regime and is owed
at least $US8 billion.
GLOBAL POLICE STATE HEADLINES
US NEWS HEADLINES
does a snapshot of a mother breast-feeding her child become
Ask the Richardson police.
skin infection spreading in LA County jail
A drug-resistant bacteria continues to infect county jail
inmates, spreading a non-deadly staphylococcus skin infection
to 325 people so far this year, with 125 infections reported
just last month.
Bay area likely to face destructive earthquake by 2032
The San Francisco Bay area has a 62 percent chance of
being struck by a major earthquake in the next 30 years,
and the populous Interstate 880 corridor in the East Bay
is particularly vulnerable to a catastrophe
7, charged in attempted robbery
Inmates May Be Released To Relieve Overcrowding
Officials released about 3,500 inmates last year to avoid
violating the order. Two of the prisoners were charged
with murders after their release and were later convicted.
BRAVE NEW WORLD
SECOND AMENDMENT NEWS
protects makers of guns
accused of turning blind eye to killings by Kurds
A bitter conflict is unfolding in northern Iraq between
two minority communities, with the Americans accused
of turning a blind eye to killings and ethnic cleansing.
WORLD NEWS HEADLINES
Korea must abandon nukes first'
Regarding the trilateral talks on the North's nuclear
threat in Beijing this week, Hubbard said he sees "no
possibility that there will be productive talks"
without participation of South Korea and Japan.
activists detained in China
ahead of US diplomats' visit
Chinese police detained labour activists in the northeastern
city of Liaoyang over the weekend and warned them against
meeting with visiting US diplomats and journalists
Discusses Killing Of Arab Journalists In Iraq, Palestine
The Arab Union of Journalists vowed on Sunday, April
20, to take measures against the U.S. occupation forces
in Iraq and the Israeli occupation army in Palestinian
areas for targeting Arab journalists
oil merger may shut door on U.S. majors
'was ready to make major move on weapons'