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Deported Terror Suspect Details Torture in Syria
A Canadian citizen who was detained last year at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York as a suspected terrorist said Tuesday he was secretly deported to Syria and endured 10 months of torture in a Syrian prison.
Guantanamo inmate sues US
In the first case of its kind, Mr Sagheer described his arrest by American authorities as illegal and his treatment at the prison camp in Guantanamo Bay as extremely inhuman.
allies turn enemies
to the commander of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization-led
International Assistance Security Force (ISAF), Lieutenant-General
Gotz Gliemeroth, a "new species" of well-trained
terrorists have infiltrated Kabul.
Where are the missing billions?
why has Iraq been given more than four times the amount pledged to Afghanistan? Is it because Afghanistan does not produce oil?
Survey Shows Skepticism About Iraq
Most Americans Polled Don't Believe Conflict Is Key Fight in War on Terrorism
More U.S. reservists face deployment
In a major setback to U.S. efforts to attract military help in Iraq, a Turkish official said today his country won't send peacekeeping troops without a significant change in the situation there. That makes it virtually certain the United States will have to send thousands more American reservists early next year.
up the draft machine?
Pentagon is quietly moving to fill draft board vacancies nationwide.
While officials say there's no cause to worry, some experts
aren't so sure.
Mexican President Vicente Fox to visit Austin
News 8 Austin
One of the other common issues includes immigration. Fox wants more visas for Mexicans working in the United States. According to Alejo, this is most crucial aspect of Fox's trip.
Crime soars in Parks along the Border
North Cascades National Park in Washington has more serious crimes per visitor than any park in the country, and the national parks and forests that butt against the Canadian border have drug smuggling problems as well.
JFK limo's last survivor shares her memories
San Antonio Express-News
Within 12 days of sitting across from President Kennedy as he was assassinated in Dallas, Nellie Connally took out a legal pad and scribbled out over 22 pages every detail she could recall of that clear fall day.
Schiavo's Parents Excluded From Constitutional Legal Case
A judge on Tuesday denied a bid by the parents of a severely brain-damaged woman to intervene in the legal battle over a hastily passed state law that empowered Gov. Jeb Bush to keep her alive.
More on the Bush-Nazi link and Their New World Order Plan
New Hampshire Gazette
It was a perfect example of spin, before the term was even invented. Their goal was that no matter which side won the war, their international industrial cartel would survive and prosper.
Subpoena Bush's 9/11 records already
Do it. Subpoena them already. It is more than than two years since the attacks and we still have at best a limited idea as to what happened. Bush is playing his usual games. Would Bush continue negotiating or move in? Remember Iraq?
FBI has new 9/11 hijacking suspect
The FBI has identified an al-Qaeda operative who agents believe tried as late as August 2001 to join the 9/11 terrorist plot as the "20th hijacker," a top federal law enforcement official said Tuesday.
Report: al-Qaida Trained in Somalia
terrorists who attacked a Kenyan resort hotel and an Israeli-owned
airliner last year, plotted the attacks and obtained their
weapons in neighboring Somalia and were able to hide out in
the Horn of African nation afterward, a draft U.N. report
Blunkett outlines biggest shake-up of police forces for 30 years
He signalled the demise of dozens of smaller constabularies and their replacement by larger "strategic" forces backed by specialist investigation units and a national agency to tackle organised crime.
activist charged for 'misusing phone' to protest to US
Auckland peace activist who sent an e-mail to the US Embassy
objecting to the war on Iraq has been charged with misuse
of a telephone.
drill covers sea
Guard, law enforcement swarm ship in training exercise
kids! The New World Order is so much fun! Check out the latest
Police State video game: SWAT -- Global Strike Force
a member of the Global Strike Team, an offshoot of SWAT formed
in 2008 to supplement local law enforcement internationally
CIA Seeks to Capture Eye I.D. from a Distance
The CIA is trying to improve facial recognition technology which can be notoriously inaccurate, and also develop ways to identify from a distance a target in motion by the iris of the person's eye
Fingerprinting pushes buttons
York Daily record
With driver's license in hand, Kenneth Murtiff was shocked and angry when M&T Bank recently wanted his fingerprint to cash a payroll check previously issued from Allfirst.
Angel Corp. to Acquire OuterLink Corp., A Leader in Satellite
Tracking And Mobile Satellite Data Communications Systems
a natural evolution of its traditional animal applications
and military GPS business lines, the Company will focus on
location technology and condition monitoring for a broad array
of high-value assets, including people, pets, livestock, fish/wildlife,
commercial/private vehicles, military vehicles, commercial/private
aircraft, commercial/private watercraft, military watercraft
and stationary assets in remote locations.
to hold ID tag meeting
Stores and its largest 100 merchandise suppliers plan to meet
this week to plot the implementation of a new high-tech inventory-tracking
system, a project expected to send ripples across the retail
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.
Arms dealer in talks with US officials about Iran
Pentagon hard-liners pressing for change of government in Iran have held secret, unauthorised meetings in Paris with an arms dealer who was a main figure in the Iran-Contra scandal.
US Tax Dollars Helped Finance Some Chavez Foes, Review Finds
Over the two years preceding the thwarted coup in April against President Hugo Chavez, a US-funded prodemocracy group financed a range of antigovernment programs, including some that have come under scrutiny for the way they spent their money.
Putin reaffirms Russia's right to preemptive strikes
President Vladimir Putin has reaffirmed his position that Russia can resort to preemptive military strikes because the policy is also practiced by the United States.
Check out the Irony:
Bush under pressure to intervene over Yukos
The Bush administration on Tuesday came under pressure from Congress and rightwing supporters to punish Russian president Vladimir Putin for what Senator John McCain denounced as Russia's slide towards "neo-imperialism abroad and authoritarian control at home".
Nato hints at undertaking pre-emptive missions
The International News
NATO's military commander said on Tuesday he sees the alliance taking on more stabilisation missions in the future, pre-emptively going into troubled regions to try to prevent them from becoming runaway breeding grounds for terrorists.
Marines joint operations in Philippines
400 US Marines arrived in the Philippines on Monday for joint
training with Filipino troops amid intense security because
of the threat of terrorist attack, the US military said.
products from cloned animals, like products that have been
genetically engineered, do not need to carry a warning label
on the package
deserve the right to know what is in their food and how it
has been produced," said Siemon. "At least if the
product is labeled as being from cloned animals, consumers
can have a choice."
from cloned animals moves closer to store shelves
arrival of meat or milk from cloned animals in America's grocery
stores took a giant step forward with the release of a Food
and Drug Administration report that says cloned animals pose
no greater risk to human health than normally bred animals
of cloned cattle multiply
are quietly being cloned and sold for high prices as the livestock
industry anticipates government approval for letting their
offspring into the food chain, industry officials said.
Valley Blasts F.D.A. Support for Animal Cloning; Warns People
are not Guinea Pigs
allowing foods from cloned animals into the food system without
proof of their long-term effects on human, animal and environmental
health, the F.D.A. is not protecting the consumer. The F.D.A.
is furthering their support of the abhorrent attempt by corporate
interests to control the genes of our citizenry," warned
George Siemon, CEO of Organic Valley.
is happening to the Sun?
Sun's intense activity in the past week will go into the record
on Fire, Unleashes 3 More Major Flares
Sun cut loose with three severe flares in less than 24 hours
through Monday morning, bringing to nine the number of major
eruptions in less than two weeks.
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