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UK Prime Minister Tony Blair and US President George W Bush have been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize by a Norwegian politician.
Brazil, U.S. eyeing 'a la carte' FTAA
Palm Beach Post
As talks to implement the Free Trade Area of the Americas opened Monday, Brazil and the United States appeared to be on friendlier terms and moving toward a scaled-down version of the proposed pact.
UN Group Seeks Control of the Internet
Governments spearheaded by China, Brazil, India, Russia and Saudi Arabia are trying to place the Internet under the control of the United Nations or its member governments
Armored Vehicles Patrol Quiet, Empty Streets
Several hundred officers patrolled the mostly empty streets on Monday. The city even rolled out its fleet of armored personnel carriers in the ghost town.
Walk into any classroom in Biloxi and your every move is being watched. In fact, in all of America this school system may be unique. There's a camera in every classroom.
Terror Futures Market Is Back: Future's bright for terror betting
A futures market first proposed by the Pentagon that allows speculators to bet on assassinations, coups and acts of terrorism is to be set up without government involvement, it emerged yesterday.
Flashback: DARPA: ENGINEERING THE BEAST SYSTEM
Flashback: Bush Impeached? Wanna Bet?
It's the computers' turn to mess up elections
All future elections will be screwed up with the aid of computers. Various local elections throughout the United States early this month provided worrisome hints of the woes to come.
Court considers sniper execution
US prosecutors have begun to push for the death penalty in the case of convicted sniper John Allen Muhammad.
Trade in the tools of torture: The U.S. government OKs the export of shackles and stun guns
The inquiry established that in the past two years, for instance, stun batons, stun guns, and similar devices were shipped to Haiti, India, Lebanon, and Turkey; the State Department has cited authorities in those countries for torturing prisoners with electric shock devices
Kubrick approached by NASA to film alternative moon landing
During an interview with Stanley Kubrick's widow an extraordinary story came to light. She claims Kubrick and other Hollywood producers were recruited to help the U.S. win the high stakes race to the moon.
Uncle Sam's lucky finds
Of course you could interpret these discoveries differently. You could detect in them the clear hand of American propaganda. This isn't, of course, to claim a dirty tricks department somewhere in the heart of Washington. That would have you immediately accused of peddling conspiracy theories, though I'm coming to think that conspiracy theories have had a bad press.
Yemen's government on Sunday freed 92 followers of the al-Qaida terrorist network who have repented, a Yemeni judge responsible for dialogue with suspected terrorists said.
Wolfowitz: Turkey Made 'Big Mistake' in Denying Land
Wolfowitz described Turkey's decision as a "big, big mistake" but also acknowledged the United States had asked a lot of Turkey and noted that Turkey has granted overflight rights to American planes.
Rumsfeld brands N Korea 'evil'
US Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld has described North Korea as an "evil regime", a comment which is likely to worsen already tense relations
Iran's nuclear program "threatens existence of Israel": Mossad chief
In a rare appearance before the Knesset's foreign affairs and defence committee, Meir Dagan said Iran was now close to the "point of no return" in developing nuclear arms.
US wants military "staging post" in northern Australia: report
The United States wants to set up a defence "staging post" in northern Australia that would house large amounts of military hardware
Bush lands in 'Fortress London'
George W Bush has arrived in London where unprecedented security is in place for the first state visit accorded to a US president.
UK Mag Asks:
WILL BUSH TURN OFF OUR MOBILES?
Scotland Yard last night refused to comment on reports that mobile phones could be blocked during George Bush's visit. A secret plan was said to have been drawn up to cut all calls in the areas the president visits to prevent a terrorist attack.
Sure...Half of London's Police Force Has been Called Out to Protect Him and All We Hear About Is Protest -- Wonder Who Conducted This Survey:
Protests begin but majority backs Bush visit as support for war surges
The survey shows that public opinion in Britain is overwhelmingly pro-American with 62% of voters believing that the US is "generally speaking a force for good, not evil, in the world".
UK charity teaching Chechens to make bombs, say Russians
Russia's FSB domestic security service on Thursday accused a British anti-landmine charity of teaching Chechen rebels explosives techniques and of spying on Moscow's military
Mayor of London:
Bush is 'greatest threat to life on planet'
Ken Livingstone, the Mayor of London, launched a stinging attack on President George Bush last night, denouncing him as the "greatest threat to life on this planet that we've most probably ever seen".
Scientists create a virus that reproduces
When researchers created a synthetic genome (genetic map) of the virus and implanted it into a cell, the virus became "biologically active," meaning it went to work reproducing itself.
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