battle for Baghdad begins
Ca$hing In: U.S. Seizes $1.4 Billion In Frozen Iraqi
President Bush ordered the Treasury Department yesterday
to seize more than $1.4 billion in Iraqi government
money frozen in U.S. banks since 1990
Pentagon hawk linked to UK intelligence company
Richard Perle is director of firm selling terror alert
Adviser Is Also Advising Global Crossing
Mr. Perle and his lawyer said yesterday that his involvement
with Global Crossing did not violate the ethics rules.
Agency Offers Blueprint for Rebuilding Iraq
Its cost is still unclear, but the plan will mean lucrative
contracts for a few American firms
already has "loving" plans for Iraq
spend $800 million
on U.N. dues?
Fleischer says global body has 'a very important
role' after war is done
Calls for U.N. Role in Postwar Iraq
The European Union's top leaders, signaling they
would resist an autonomous U.S. military administration
for Iraq, called today for the United Nations
to have a central role there "during and
after the current crisis"
districts tell parents not to pick up children during
DOWN "FOR THEIR SAFETY"
Susan Moxley, an assistant superintendent with Lake
County schools, defended school-closing plans as
rooted in both safety and common sense. A temporary
shutdown would "protect the safety of our kids"
and free up school buildings for an emergency center
in the event of a disaster.
FLASHBACK TO AN OBVIOUS NATIONAL PLAN BEING UNVEILED:
Government Claims Ownership of Your Children
Many Anti-Terror Plans Would Stop Parents From Picking
National Guard Troops Would Patrol
National Guard troops would begin patrolling specific
facilities, including protecting the entrances to state
and federal office buildings and courthouses
NEW WORLD ORDER HEADLINES
Check out 'subversive' books, ratify free thought
Resolution Concerning Civil Liberties In Mansfield
The Mansfield Town Council is concerned by the erosion
and violation of the rights and liberties of citizens
and legal non-citizen residents of the Town of Mansfield,
rights guaranteed by the Bill of Rights and other amendments
to the Constitution of the United States of America, and
by the Declaration Rights of the constitution of the State
SCIENCE, HEALTH AND TECHNOLOGY
illness tied to a secretive China
Medical investigators in Hong Kong have traced the source
of a mysterious respiratory illness to southern China.
But even though it continues to spread, the Beijing health
authorities continued to treat the outbreak with secrecy.
Dozens of GPs help patients die
In one year, 39 GPs have performed euthanasia or helped
a patient commit suicide, a researcher has found.
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Says US Spy Planes Overflight is Use of Cold
Russian Foreign Affairs Ministry delivered a statement
to the US Embassy on March 22, protesting against
the flights of US spy plane near the Russian border
over Georgia and accusing Washington in use of Cold
US NEWS HEADLINES
Decline in Early Trading As War Intensifies
Difficulties in Iraq translated to challenges for Wall
Street Monday, with major indexes foundering as the
latest developments in Iraq undermined hopes that the
war would be as quick and painless as many had come
to expect last week
ARMING THE ENEMY
has identified a Virginia-based biological supply
house and a French scientific institute as the
sources of all the foreign germ samples that it
used to create the biological weapons that are
still believed to be in Iraq's arsenal
Remember Where Iraq Got It's Arsenal:
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immigration agents detain two Iraqis near U.S. border
Mexican immigration authorities in the border city of
Tijuana detained two Iraqi citizens and an alleged immigrant
trafficker who was trying to smuggle them into the United
system faces collapse in L.A.
Beyond all that lies an even touchier issue, one that
officials don't like to even discuss the role
of immigrants in the county's crisis. Although no one
is sure how many of the uninsured are recent immigrants,
everyone says many are. Some of those are illegal.
on the streets of Iraq's second city 'leaves 77 civilians
British and American tanks were advancing on Basra
last night amid reports of resistance in a city that
was supposed to welcome the invading forces.
Rage In Iraq Cities,
Bodies Litter Desert
Trucks fight tanks. Iraqis: "We don't want
Bush Demands Prisoners' Humane Treatment
his own government advocates and practices torture.
12 Americans soldiers missing as fight intensify
Twelve American soldiers are unaccounted for following
actions around the Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, U.S. Central
Command officials said yesterday
Iraqi leader warns of record US casualties
Iraqi Vice-President Taha Yassine Ramadan has warned
the United States that it faces the highest casualties
in its history in its war to unseat Saddam Hussein's
forces might have killed British journalist
A veteran British war correspondent, missing in southern
Iraq along with a cameraman and their translator,
were presumed dead after being hit by "friendly
fire" from allied tanks
missile falls in eastern Turkey
A suspected missile fell near a village in eastern
Turkey not far from the Iraqi border on Sunday
manufacturer's weapons linked to hidden cache of missiles
It also emerged last night that a number of cargo
crates amid the lethal arms depot bore the stamp and
address of one of Britains most respected arms
firms, Wallop Defence Systems, which supplies guided
missiles technology to the British and United States
TORTURE: THE NEW AMERICAN
City Paper: We caught Mohammed, so why not torture
Atlantic Online: Is It Ever All Right to Torture
Observer: Should the US engage in torture?
SECOND AMENDMENT HEADLINES
War spurs citizens to buy guns
"People feel a need for self-protection,"
said Patrick Nolan, a gun advocate and sociology professor
at the University of South Carolina. "In difficult
times, the basic right that comes to the forefront is
the right of self-defense. Handguns, firearms and other
technology can make that possible. Firearms can be a
Again to Make Gun Makers Liable for Shootings
Jury selection is to begin tomorrow in Brooklyn federal
court in a lawsuit that gun control advocates say could
bring a landmark ruling against the firearms industry.
Firearms makers, however, call the suit a defamatory
attack by radical anti-gun forces.