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LADEN'S FAMILY WINS BID TO RUN SAUDI AIRPORTS
DHABI [MENL] -- Saudi Arabia has awarded five companies a
project to privatize airports while the kingdom maintains
security over the facilities.
They also win most bids to build military bases and
were flown out of the US shortly after the Sept 11th attacks
U.S. and E.U. Should Pioneer Biometrics
(Reuters) - The United States and the European Union should
lead the world in setting international standards for biometrics
such as facial recognition technology, U.S. Homeland Security
Secretary Tom Ridge said on Wednesday.
old Suspended for "Patriotic" Stick Figure
14-year-old New Jersey schoolboy whose dad and stepdad
are in the military was suspended for five days because
he drew a "patriotic" stick figure of a U.S Marine
blowing away a Taliban fighter, officials said yesterday.
Aerial Drones Raise Specter of Big Brother
it flies overhead at 65,000 feet - or 12 miles high - an unmanned
airplane called Global Hawk can spy a milk carton sitting
on a picnic table, manufacturer Northrop Grumman Corp. says.
the telescreens talk to you: Talking eyes to target criminals
as Britain gets used to CCTV cameras, a new Big Brother system
is to become part of everyday life.
this technology is over 30 years old, imagine what they're
using today: CIA Used Dragonfly, Catfish as Spy Gadget Models
and the dragonfly were among spy gadgets displayed at CIA
headquarters in an exhibit to mark the 40th anniversary of
the Directorate of Science and Technology. It is not open
to the public.
stirs debate among neighbors
from different neighborhood groups, as well as their aldermen,
are disagreeing sharply over the necessity of a $21,000 security
camera to deter crime in the Main-Dodge neighborhood.
Digital seeks OK to market VeriChip
the size of a grain of rice, VeriChip is the human implantable
microchip that Palm Beach-based Applied introduced last year.
of millions of dollars in Social Security payments may someday
be headed south of the border
Social Security Administration spokesman said U.S. and Mexican
officials are continuing "informal discussions"
about a potential agreement that would allow millions of Mexicans
working here to collect U.S. Social Security benefits in Mexico.
society control grid and conditioning foils itself
colorful new $20 bills aren't worth much at some self-checkout
Bush may invent another 'threat'
the "disaster" of the US invasion of Iraq, Bush
could turn his sights on Communist-run Cuba, which his administration
officials have charged with developing a biological weapons
research programme, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
professor of linguistics said.
slaves and the U.S. military
U.S. military supports a flourishing trade in sex slaves in
Rushes Calif. Spending Bill
California's forests in flames, Congress gave renewed attention
Wednesday to a plan that would allow more tree cutting on
federal land and took up a record $2.9 billion spending bill
to fight and prevent forest fires.
unit feels ignored by Jacksonville officials
One mayor's pledge to send care packages doesn't reach his
Cops Sentenced In Planted-Gun Shootings
judge sentenced four Miami police officers to prison Wednesday
for planting guns after questionable police shootings or covering
them up with lies.
E-Vote Software Leaked Online
used by an electronic voting system manufactured by Sequoia
Voting Systems has been left unprotected on a publicly available
server, raising concerns about the possibility of vote tampering
in future elections.
a Coincidence? Four of Jessica Lynch's Rescuers Have Died
Josh Daniel Speer died when his car crashed into some trees
for no apparent reason. He was part of the rescue team. Kyle
Edward Williams, who worked in the same company as Lynch,
died of "suicide".
hawks 'hijacking policy'
former Pentagon officer turned whistleblower says a group
of hawks in the Bush Administration, including the Vice-President,
Dick Cheney, is running a shadow foreign policy, contravening
Washington's official line.
Gardens woman has been caring for comatose daughter for 33
33 years, in a bedroom decorated with angels, Kaye O'Bara
has tended to her daughter, Edwarda, a diabetic whose heart
stopped beating in 1970, damaging her brain and thrusting
her into a sleep from which she has never awakened.
House site prevents Iraq material being archived
White House website effectively prevents search engines indexing
and archiving material on the site related to Iraq.
that after we put all this pressure on the mainstream media
proving that Terri is not a vegetable, the big guns begin
to get involved and turn the spin machine on high.
King to interview Terri's shady husband
Michael Moore sued over anti-gun movie
Nichols, the brother of Oklahoma City bombing conspirator
Terry Nichols, says he was tricked into appearing in the anti-gun
documentary Bowling for Columbine, according to a federal
lawsuit filed against filmmaker Michael Moore
organization JTO makes argument for the 2nd Amendment by showing
that where guns are banned criminals will always be able to
get guns (that's why we need the 2nd Amendment -- to defend
ourselves, among other things)
efforts by Mexican and U.S. authorities to curb illegal arms,
there continues to be a flood of guns imported from the United
States into Mexico
group rallies against popular history-education bill
Group worries liberal teachers would excise Second Amendment
COLUMBINE PRIOR KNOWLEGE:
This is old news and is much worse than what the mainstream
is reporting. The evidence is clear, the police had total
prior knowledge and sat outside while at least four shooters
had a field day.
Police knew of Columbine threats
two students who gunned down 12 classmates and a teacher at
Columbine High School bragged about making pipe bombs and
said they were looking for a ground zero two years
before the bloodbath and authorities knew it, the sheriff
suggests Iraq hid weapons in Syria
of a top American spy agency said Tuesday that he believed
that material from Iraq's illicit weapons program was transported
into Syria and perhaps other countries as part of an effort
by Iraqis to disperse and destroy evidence immediately before
the recent war.
warns Iraq neighbours
President George W Bush has warned Iran and Syria not to let
terrorists cross into Iraq from their territory.
UK: Women are denied surgery for cancer
'if they are over 70'
of older women are being denied surgery for their breast cancer
because of their age
tries to snuff out public suicide
Square is swarming with probably the rapidest-deployment suicide-prevention
police force in the world. And they are well trained for the
Foreign Minister: " A new world order remains a dream
to European nations"
can build a new balanced world order only if we forge the
conditions for it. Two major trends are emerging today..."
Shakes It for U.N.
Latin Grammy-winning, Pepsi-pushing pop star is the latest
celebrity tapped as a United Nations goodwill ambassador.
She has been appointed to front for UNICEF, the U.N. agency
geared toward helping children.
to keep work temporarily
Pentagon has postponed replacing Halliburton's contract in
Iraq, saying the oil industry sabotage has been so massive
that planners need to rethink the scope of the work ahead.
Army doubles size of Iraq oil rebuilding contracts
US Army Wednesday doubled the maximum size of massive contracts
to rebuild Iraq's war-shattered oil industry to two billion
launches anti-insurgency raids
troops have carried out raids in Saddam Hussein's hometown
of Tikrit, arresting a number of people they suspect of planning
to carry out attacks on coalition forces in Iraq.
'can catch and pass on Sars'
researchers have found cats can catch Sars and pass it on
to other animals.
partial reversal of autism possible?
1990, the recorded rate of autism in America was 1 in 10,000.
Today the Centers for Disease Control report that number stands
at 1 in 150. This dramatic rise in autism rates correlates
with the increase in mercury-exposure through vaccines given
to children in the late 1980s and through the 1990s -- especially
after a vaccine against hepatitis B was added to the standard
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