al-Qa'eda man was FBI spy
What Really Happened on Sept 11th
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hawks turn rhetoric on Tehran
Regime change, once again, is on the lips of Washingtons
hawks. And the international community - still smarting
from the diplomatic fallout of the Iraq war - threatens
to be riven over the thorny question of what to do about
sends warning to Libya over 'pursuit of WMD'
Libya has been "aggressively pursuing" the acquisition
of weapons of mass destruction since the United Nations
sanctions against the country were suspended after the
Lockerbie trial, America claimed yesterday.
WORLD NEWS HEADLINES
soldier made woman drink cleaning fluid-court
The Israeli army has charged a female soldier with forcing
a Palestinian woman at a checkpoint to drink the cleaning
fluid she was carrying
Shutters Last vIndependent TV Station
With parliamentary and presidential elections coming soon,
Russia's only countrywide independent television channel
was yanked off the air today, rekindling a debate over
how President Vladimir Putin views media freedoms.
Rates Set to Hit 45-Year Low
The Federal Reserve is prepared this week to drop a key
interest rate to its lowest level since President Eisenhower's
Transporting 50,000 Honeybees Wrecks
Bees Swarm Highway After Tractor-Trailer Wrecks
proposes US-Mideast free trade link
POLICE STATE HEADLINES
likely to still use RFID tags
"Once the Benetton Group was satisfied with
the test results, the second step would be to
use the technology across one brand," says
Mauro. "We are still far from there. We're
still in the first stage, testing the technology."
technology a waiting `avalanche'
RFID has been around for years; it's already used
in the FasTrak transponders that automatically
pay tolls on Bay Area bridges, implanted ID chips
for pets and livestock, and subway cash cards
in Singapore and Hong Kong.
on the organ farm
New hope that animals could one day shorten the wait
for a transplant
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ALEX JONES PRESENTS:
POLICE STATE 3: TOTAL ENSLAVEMENT
Alive: He's Surrendering!
American soldiers have allegedly been handed a letter
from Saddam Hussein offering his terms of surrender
Announces Creation of New Iraq Army
US-led civil administrators announced the creation
of a new Iraqi army Monday and said recruitment will
begin next week, hoping to contain Iraqi anger over
desperate unemployment and to curb a rash of attacks
against U.S. forces.
investigating suspicious big-rig near Burbank Airport
Authorities on Monday investigated a suspicious big-rig
parked near the Burbank Glendale Pasadena Airport,
closing one runway and prohibiting passenger trains
from stopping at the airport.
Cast Doubt on Iraq-Al Qaeda Connection
The National Intelligence Estimate on Iraq, which
represented the consensus of the U.S. intelligence
community, contained cautionary language about Iraq's
connections with al Qaeda and warnings about the reliability
of conflicting reports by Iraqi defectors and captured
al Qaeda members about the ties
troops face depression, boredom, general malaise
"It's a brutal environment where you don't feel
welcome or appreciated," said Spc. Raymond Bremen,
21 of the Bronx, N.Y. "It's just hostile, between
the weather, the water, the food, the people. It's
Going as Planned: Afghanistan regains its title
as world's biggest heroin dealer
Bush blames failure to find WMD on looters
In his weekly radio address yesterday, Mr Bush was
forced to produce a new explanation of why the US
has not found Iraq's alleged chemical and biological
weapons. He told listeners that suspect sites had
been looted in the closing days of Saddam Hussein's
U.S. rejects Iraq's explanation for the seized trailers
Even though its own Army has such vehicles for
filling weather balloons.
and Child Killed in Western Iraq
'will create cycle of revenge'
MPs from across the political spectrum today reacted
with shock and concern to revelations that trigger-happy
US troops in Iraq regularly kill civilians.
troops 'shoot civilians'
American soldiers in Iraq today make the astonishing
admission that they regularly kill civilians