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Chinese Army Engineers for UN Mission
China is set to deploy 176 army engineers in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) as part of the UN peacekeeping force.


GLOBAL POLICE STATE HEADLINES
Australia: Face scan set to replace passport check
A new air passenger identification system that uses automatic photo-matching technology instead of a Customs officer has been launched in Sydney.

Dutch passports to get biometric security chip
Starting autumn, 2004, Dutch passports are to be equipped with an electronic chip containing the passport holders’ biometric details

A Toy for Every Pig
UK farmers have 90 days to put a toy in every pigsty or face up to three months in jail.

Sound Familiar?
Ottawa using Sept. 11 to strip Canadians of privacy rights

Canada: Mobile License Plate Recog.
(MLPR) system
With the ability to process more than 1,000 license plates an hour, the new Mobile License Plate Recognition (MLPR) system will be able to "sweep" entire neighborhood in a matter of minutes with a video-camera system that captures the license plates of parked cars and provides a profile of each instantaneously.

WORLD NEWS HEADLINES

France readies troops for I. Coast
France said it would send paramilitary gendarmes into Abidjan on Thursday to protect its citizens, who fear more violence over a French-brokered peace deal that has triggered riots and ethnic clashes in Ivory Coast.

SCIENCE, HEALTH AND TECHNOLOGY HEADLINES

Here Come the Two-Legged Robots
The Japanese see Asimo and its ilk as Humanoids 1.0. The end game for them is intelligent autonomy, a robotic crew to serve the elderly, nanny children and otherwise make the world a happier place.

Mother who killed ailing sons enters guilty plea to assisting suicide
"Carol Carr could not bring herself to walk into that courtroom and say, 'I murdered my children,' " said her lawyer, Lee Sexton. "All she did was keep a promise to them to end their suffering."

Gene shopping -- the next temptation
Oh where to begin? Let's start with this: ``Only the desirable embryos are implanted, and troublesome Billy is never born.''

Human Stem Cell Mouse Causes Ethical Controversy
Korean scientists have successfully produced mice that have human stem cells inserted in their embryos.


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SECOND AMENDMENT HEADLINES

Blacks Allegedly Victimized By 'Racist' Gun Control Laws
Second Amendment experts say current gun control laws are preventing law abiding African Americans from acting in self-defense against the illegally armed criminals that infest their inner-city neighborhoods.

Safety chiefs target German craze for 'bazooka' spud guns
German youths have taken up a dangerous new pastime: firing potatoes as fast as a rocket from “bazookas” made from drainage pipes.

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OR: County considers ban against unruly office visitors
People who get angry about property-tax bills, land-use decisions or other business in a Marion County building might want to think about keeping their tempers in check.

Police State Show and Tell
Agencies lined the parking lot with their mobile command units, portable radiation kits and, in one instance, a former army tank that was recently used by the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office to wrench burglar bars from a home.

Parents on government power trip...
Pa. District Has Parents Look for Truants

NYPD wants end to political surveillance limits
The New York City Police Department and the New York Civil Liberties Union battled in federal court Wednesday over whether a 1985 federal decree overly restricts police in terrorism investigations or whether the decree is necessary to protect First Amendment rights.

Student paper wants surveillance camera information
The city of Austin is challenging state Attorney General Greg Abbott's order that it disclose information about surveillance cameras to the University of Texas student newspaper.

Urban Warfare Practices Have Been Going on For Years
Like This One, Where Foreign Trained with US Troops to Take Over US Cities


US NEWS HEADLINES

BOXGATE

Federal Offense: Covering
"Made in" Labels

Covering up the "Made In" labels is against the law, a violation of venerable Title 19, Chapter 4, Subtitle II, Part 1, Sec. 134.11, which "requires that every article of foreign origin (or its container) imported into the United States shall be marked in a conspicuous place as legibly, indelibly and permanently" as possible, "in such manner as to indicate to an ultimate purchaser . . . [the] name of the country of origin of the article."

WHAT A PHONY!
A close up of the boxes in the above photo. Could it be more obvious or in-your-face?

2 Faith-Based Proposals May Face Legal Challenge Civil liberties groups said yesterday they are weighing legal challenges to two proposed new twists in the Bush administration's faith-based initiative: the use of vouchers to fund religion-oriented drug rehabilitation programs and the use of federal housing funds to pay for construction of buildings where worship is held.

This Gun For Hire
With war in the air and a new market in homeland security booming, many private firms are looking to expand their government work.

Bread and Circuses
Mass entertainment focusing on emotional and sensory stimulation has put Americans in danger of suffering the fate of the Romans, who entertained themselves into oblivion.

FTC Eyes 'Educational' Marketers
Survey results are supposed to go to public and private universities. But instead of heading toward halls of higher education, some of these surveys end up in the hands of commercial marketers.

Turner to leave key AOL post
Ted Turner is quitting as vice chairman of AOL Time Warner's board, marking the latest in a series of departures at the struggling parent of Atlanta-based Turner Broadcasting and CNN

Clear Channel Fights Efforts to Curtail Expansion
A proposed bill would ban anti-competitive practices in the radio and concert industries.

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IMMIGRATION NEWS HEADLINES
Mexican ID cards under fire
Tancredo bill would make them invalid at banks, US agencies

RUSSIA CHINA AND N. KOREA
HEADLINES

Blair points to North Korea as next target
The British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, has said the world will have to target North Korea after it has dealt with Iraq.

North Korea Criticizes Bush Speech
North Korea Calls President Bush's State of the Union Speech 'Declaration of Aggression'

 

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