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Pentagon keeps dead out of sight
team doesn't want people to see human cost of war. Even body
bags are now sanitized as `transfer tubes'
are the casualities and the Iraqi army?
of the most mysterious aspects of this highly mysterious war
is the absence of casualties. People get killed in normal
wars. Who is getting killed in this one? And where is the
of 500 US, UK soldiers lying in Jacobabad
500 dead bodies of American and British soldiers killed during
military operation in Afghanistan after September 11 blitz
have been lying in a morgue at Shebhaz Airbase in Jacobabad
Die in Second Deadliest Day for U.S. in Iraq
Americans died in guerrilla attacks in Iraq on Sunday, including
15 soldiers killed when a helicopter was downed in the deadliest
single strike on U.S. forces since they invaded to oust Saddam
confidence in Bush continues to fall as more American soldiers
die in Iraq
failure to control the situation in Iraq and the rising number
of American casualties are beginning to cost President George
Administrator Imposes Flat Tax System on Iraq
Iraq has a flat tax, and the 15 percent rate is even lower
than Forbes (17 percent) and Gramm (16 percent) favored for
the United States. And, unless a future Iraqi government rescinds
it, the flat tax will remain long after the Americans have
in Talks to Transfer Guantanamo Bay Detainees Back Home
international pressure to resolve the cases of prisoners held
at Guantanamo Bay, the US government has been quietly negotiating
the transfer of some detainees back to their home countries
for detention and prosecution, according to two federal officials.
told US about abuses, says aide
Hamid Karzai told US military commanders more than a year
ago that Afghan militias working for US troops were committing
abuses against villagers and that their actions were undermining
the effort to combat terrorism
Anti-War March Draws Diverse Crowd
of soldiers serving in Iraq and vets joined a recent demonstration
in Washington, D.C. marching heel-to-toe in opposition to
the occupation of Iraq.
Hitler didn't do this: Amputees returning to duty
many reject retirement and work their way back to active duty.
The Army, in what doctors describe as a sea change, is using
high-tech artificial limbs and rehabilitation techniques developed
in the past few months to help them get there.
vieled propaganda: U.S.-Mexico Border Patrol Failing
Pro-illegal piece talks about how bad it is to strengthen
our borders and all the problems it has caused the illegals
inquiry finds pipeline of illegal workers
first clue came when police investigating an apartment burglary
in the eastern Pennsylvania town of Honesdale picked up a
young Russian immigrant who worked nights cleaning floors
at the local Wal-Mart Supercenter
state of our nation: 3 L.A. Prep School Students Made Sex
Video, Officials Say
high school students a sophomore girl and two junior
boys have been expelled from an exclusive preparatory
school in the Sepulveda Pass for allegedly making a sexually
explicit video and distributing it on school grounds.
Moore Enjoying Corporate High Life
most obnoxious corporate critic, Michael Moore, is living
high on the hog thanks to the perks two corporations have
provided him for the West Coast leg of his book tour.
Christian-bashing:Behind tonight's ABC Jesus special
News team bases report on virulently anti-Christian novel
Israelis were seen filming as jet liners ploughed into the
Twin Towers on September 11, 2001 ...
Were they part
of a massive spy ring which shadowed the 9/11 hijackers and
knew that al-Qaeda planned a devastating terrorist attack
on the USA?
collides with civil liberties
are secret lists governing whether you can get on an airplane,
secret surveillance of e-mail and the Internet, and new warrants
allowing the government to search your home, your bank records
and your medical files without your knowing it.
State Russia: Putin oversees rise of security apparatus
coalition spanning the Federal Security Service - the successor
organisation to the KGB - the military and the police has
become the dominant force in Russian politics and the economy
over the past four years of Vladimir Putin's presidency
mock terror exercise staged in Britain
Nearly 900 troops,
police, firefighters and paramedics took part in the simulated
incident at Dalton Barracks, near Abingdon, Oxfordshire.
Tags Face Technical Hurdles, Deadlines
latest technology craze can be found hanging from a Prada
shirt in downtown New York or tacked onto cases of Boston-based
orders 8 million livestock RFID tags
order is expected to be placed upon conclusion of the formal
testing of Advanced ID's RFID livestock tags and readers,
scheduled for the first quarter of 2004.
Africa: Big Brother watching you - on trains
last something is being done about safety on Cape Town's crime-infested
trains: a revolutionary "big brother" system is
being tested to spy on criminals preying on passengers in
Beach County principal reassigned after allegedly pointing
toy gun at student
principal of Okeeheelee Middle School has been reassigned
while Palm Beach County school district officials investigate
an allegation he pointed a toy gun at a student.
opens way for Russian state to renationalise Yukos
faces being effectively renationalised by the Russian government
if its chief executive, Mikhail Khodorkovsky, is convicted
of Khodorkovsky's shares in Yukos had passed to a member of
the Rothschild banking family
arrest and detention of Khodorkovsky, head of the oil giant
Yukos, on fraud and tax evasion charges has been described
by the US State Department as creating fears that they might
be being politically motivated and "raising serious questions"
about the independence of the Russian judiciary and the country's
commitment to free markets.
faces fiery welcome in Britain
campaigners will prop grinning effigies of George Bush on
to pyres around the country, hoping to stoke up opposition
to his state visit to Britain this month
Destruction of Society: Talking Gay Dolls for Sale by Christmas
gay Elton the Biker and his plastic partner, Marshall, have
racked up 300,000 sales in the US and Europe since their release
11 months ago despite an outcry from family and church groups.
hoard of secret videos destroyed
recorded confessions about her marriage will never be seen
- but hunt goes on for the audio 'rape tape'
accused of trying to bug ally
planned to bug the London embassy of one of Britain's allies
in the so-called "war on terror", it was disclosed
Top Officer Calls For A Global Naval Force
The Navy's top officer
outlined on Monday a strategy for fighting terrorism that
calls for an international naval collaboration to share intelligence
and resources in an unprecedented show of maritime force.
may join Nato to fight common enemy
NATO Secretary General George Robertson was quoted on Sunday
as saying that former enemy Russia could one day join NATO
to fight the new common enemy of "international terrorism".
U.S. must rely on foreign law
courts need to pay more attention to international legal decisions
to help create a more favorable impression abroad, said U.S.
Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor at an awards dinner
delegates accused of treating human rights as side issue at
two sides initialled an agreement on visas to make it easier
for groups of Chinese tourists to travel to Europe. Approved
Chinese travel agencies will be given preferential treatment
for visas, provided their holidaymakers all return to China.
The summit also agreed to set up an annual dialogue on industrial
over new 'link' between MMR jab and autism
row over the MMR vaccination deepened yesterday when the doctor
at the centre of the controversy published fresh evidence
of a possible link between the immunisation and autism.
sure your child still gets the toxins: Top doctor calls for
single vaccinations as worried Highland parents boycott MMR
A leading doctor
has called for the introduction of single vaccines for measles,
mumps and rubella on the NHS as the number of parents in the
Highlands shunning the controversial MMR injection rises to
What a surprise! In the middle of all this controversy, this
U.K. measles outbreaks pose risk to U.S.
the United Kingdom braces for an impending measles outbreak
this winter due to low vaccination rates, U.S. health experts
say this raises concerns the deadly disease could spread to
the United States, particularly considering immunization rates
in some states have fallen to dangerously low levels
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