WORLD NEWS HEADLINES
pledges $500 mn for infrastructure in India
China on Monday pledged an investment of $500 million
for infrastructure development and resource building in
India and agreed to a plan of action for economic cooperation
between the two countries.
charges crew of explosives-laden ship it seized on way
The Baltic Sky was carrying 680 tonnes of explosives,
mainly TNT -- the "equivalent of an atomic bomb"
-- and 8,000 detonators when Greek special forces seized
it on Sunday
Says Hunting 20 'Suspect' Ships on Terror List
NATO naval forces, which tipped off Greece to a ship in
its waters carrying 680 tons of dynamite, said on Monday
they were hunting 20 "suspect" vessels that
intelligence trackers say could be used by terror groups.
of major immigrant smuggling rings would be treated
like terrorists and organized crime dons with rewards
of up to $100,000 on their heads under a bill a
Houston lawmaker is scheduled to introduce later
Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson backs immigration accord
in visit to Mexico
workers say they're victims of human trafficking
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
ALEX JONES PRESENTS:
POLICE STATE 3: TOTAL ENSLAVEMENT
POLICE STATE HEADLINES
the Joint Terrorism Task Force Doing in the Tiny
Town of Rachel?
FBI agents have confirmed that a search warrant
was served Thursday night on the home of a self-described
military watchdog in the tiny town of Rachel,
near the mysterious Area 51 military base.
Says Bush Accusations on Biotech Policy Untrue
Nutrient Supplements Could Help Troops Stay Alert
In the not-too-distant future, the United States' warriors
could slap a patch on their arms or suck a gummy bear-like
lozenge for a battle-readying nutrient fix.
GLOBAL POLICE STATE HEADLINES
the Name of Banning Smut, They're Just Going to Ban
Which is the Problem with All Censorship
babies may be genetically screened
Every child born in the UK could be genetically screened
and the data stored to plan their future healthcare
under government proposals for a massive expansion
of genetic testing.
DNA database stores 2m profiles
sabotage adds to gloom over Iraqi oil exports
The long-awaited resumption of Iraqi oil exports
turned into a disappointment for the Americans
yesterday as saboteurs blew up a domestic oil
pipeline, further disrupting efforts to bring
fuel and power to Baghdad.
blast hits Iraq fuel pipelineUnknown assailants
have attacked a pipeline in western Iraq near
the border with Syria, an oil ministry official
said yesterday, warning that such attacks could
become a daily occurrence.
revises account of convoy strike
Officials now say Syrians
may not have fired on
U.S. troops during chase
British Forces Under Fire in Iraq
U.S. and British forces came under fire in Iraq on
Tuesday, as security around the country's vital oil
pipelines was beefed up after several explosions blamed
troops 'killed by civilians'
Six UK soldiers killed in Iraq were shot by civilians
after weapons searches in homes turned into a bloody
British Soldiers Killed in S. Iraq
Six British soldiers were killed in a police station
in southern Iraq and eight were wounded in a nearby
ambush Tuesday, marking the deadliest day of attacks
on coalition forces since the fall of Saddam Hussein's
Said to Tell Legislators He Was Pressed to Distort
U.S. Army turns away burned children in need of help
"I have never seen in almost 14 years of Army
experience anything that callous,"
and depressed, GIs in Iraq want to go home
Feeling tired and depressed after being away from
home for months, young US soldiers in Iraq say they
are not peacekeepers and are ready to go home.
House was warned of dubious intelligence used in speech,
king his case for war with Iraq, President Bush in
his State of the Union address this year accused Saddam
Hussein of trying to buy uranium from Africa even
though the CIA had warned White House and other officials
that the story didn't check out.
Report Sees 800 Qaeda Members at Large-Expert
the Laws: Extradition agreement eases strain between
Europe and US
Wants One Centralized Dictatorship for All the Mid East
The United States pushed a free trade plan for the Middle
East Monday, dangling economic preferences as a prize
for political cooperation.
EU SUPERSTATE RULED OUT
The Prime Minister says a "federal superstate"
has been explicitly ruled out by the European Convention.