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From Tommy Franks, a doomsday scenario
St. Petersburg Times
What is the worst thing that can happen in our country?" Franks asked rhetorically. "Two steps. The first step would be a nexus between weapons of mass destruction . . . and terrorism." The second step would be "the western world, the free world, loses what it cherishes most, and that is freedom and liberty we've seen for a couple of hundred years in this grand experiment that we call democracy."
If SARS Hits U.S., Quarantine Could Too
"It's a virtual certainty that sometime in the near future we will see a SARS-like event in the United States, a highly communicable infectious disease that will require mass quarantine or isolation," Dr. Iton said.
The pilot will test iris pattern and fingerprint biometrics enrolment and verification, as well as collection and verification of a facial recognition biometric.
Drinking Water Pathogens and Their Indicators: A Reference Resource
Cryptosporidium : A Drinking Water Supply Problem
University of North Carolina
Several waterborne outbreaks of cryptosporidiosis have occurred over the past ten years in the United States and a great deal of concern has been raised about this organism and drinking water supplies.
E. coli 0157:H7 in drinking water -- US EPA
Fecal coliforms are bacteria that are associated with human or animal wastes. They usually live in human or animal intestinal tracts, and their presence in drinking water is a strong indication of recent sewage or animal waste contamination.
Prozac, other drugs detected in streams and their inhabitants
number of aquatic and amphibian species are being exposed to small amounts of everything from Prozac to perfume to birth control pills that make their way into U.S. rivers and streams.
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Kim Jong-Il goes underground
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il has not been seen in public since Oct. 31, fueling concerns that the reclusive communist leader has gone into hiding.
France split by proposal to ban Islamic headscarves and crucifixes in schools
President Jacques Chirac must make a potentially explosive decision in the next few days whether to demand a new law banning Islamic headscarves and other religious symbols from French state schools.
5 Killed in Suicide Attack in Russia
female suicide bomber detonated explosives in a car near Moscow's Red Square on Tuesday, killing five people and injuring 13
A video of cannibal Armin Meiwes killing and eating his victim has been shown to a court.
Sex slavery rampant in Turkey
Middle East Times
According to Amnesty International, Turkey is a transit stop for women from the former Soviet republics who are forced into prostitution in European and Arab countries.
Italy Was Warned of Iraq Attack
Reports of Threats to Nasiriyah Base Were Disregarded
Joint Task Force Told Face to Face, Blackout was a Military Test
At an under publicized public comment meeting, which was publicly 'announced' by a Department of Energy news release, Michael Kane outlined his report, published at Global Free Press, stating that the August 14th blackout was part and parcel to a multi-faceted military test. The Task Force was very attentive, attempting to take notes as fast as Michael spoke.
China's Wen to get 19-gun salute, "spectacular" pomp from White House
President George W. Bush may have stripped down White House protocol in keeping with a time of "war" but Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao will get "spectacular" treatment Tuesday, complete with a 19-gun salute, an official said
Time Warner Cable to launch web phone
Time Warner Cable, the second-largest US cable group, will next year roll out a national internet-based telephone service, posing a significant additional challenge to US telecommunications operators already suffering from intense competition.
Daughter's downloads get mom sued
Scimeca, a secretary for an insurance company, said she and her husband, a mechanic, are "scraping by" to pay the mortgage and cannot afford a lawyer -- let alone penalties that could reach $150,000 per song under federal copyright law.
Memos reveal abortion-rights strategy
Groups seeking to use U.N., international law, to impose agenda
Voting-Machine Makers To Fight Security Criticism
Electronic-voting-machine companies announced yesterday that they are banding together to counter mounting concerns about whether their machines are secure enough to withstand tampering by hackers.
President Bush Is Less Conservative Than Clinton
Orange County Register
This president has not vetoed a single bill, which means he has signed into law every big-spending project that has come down the pike. Federal spending, even on non-military matters, has soared. His nation-building experiments are downright Wilsonian, a far cry from the "humbler" foreign policy he promised when he ran for office.
The United Nations has published new predictions on the size and age of the world's population 300 years from now.
Less than half the population in the European Union's member states now support the EU project, according to polling results yesterday.
Israel trains US assassination squads in Iraq
Israeli advisers are helping train US special forces in aggressive counter-insurgency operations in Iraq, including the use of assassination squads against guerrilla leaders, US intelligence and military sources said yesterday.
Car Bomb Injures 31 U.S. Troops in Iraq
The attack came less than a day after insurgents shot and killed a soldier from the Army's 101st Airborne Division as he guarded a gas station in Mosul, 250 miles north of Baghdad, Brig. Gen. Mark Kimmitt said in Baghdad
Japan's approves dispatch of non-combat troops to Iraq in biggest deployment since World War II
Following the Cabinet meeting, Koizumi was to go before the nation to explain why he is pushing ahead with the controversial plan, which opposition leaders say could draw the troops into actual fighting and violate Japan's postwar pacifist constitution.
Ban swords! Woman Slashed To Death In Sword Attack
A man slashed his wife to death with a sword Sunday in their Bronx apartment and charged police screaming "I'm God! Kill me!" when they came to investigate, officials said.
Taiwan Warned By U.S.
On the eve of Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao's visit, the Bush administration signaled a tougher stance on Taiwan's moves toward independence yesterday, warning the island not to take any unilateral steps that might provoke the government on the Chinese mainland.
Missiles Outfitted With "Dirty Bomb" Warheads Apparently Missing, Expert Says
CHISINAU, Moldova (AP) - Dozens of rockets outfitted with so-called dirty bombs - warheads designed to scatter deadly radioactive material - appear to be missing in a breakaway region of Moldova, an expert said Monday.
Humans 'could survive Mars visit'
taken by the US space agency's Mars Odyssey craft prove that a human mission could survive on the Martian surface.
Teen generation will be 'world's sickest adults'
The present generation of children and teenagers will turn into the most obese and infertile adults in the history of mankind, doctors warned yesterday.
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