Pakistan helped al-Qaeda set up shop in Afghanistan:
helped al-Qaeda members launch their operations in Afghanistan
in the 1990s and even secretly ran a major training
camp used by Osama bin Laden's terror network, according
to US intelligence documents made public here.
Flashback: Pakistan, The
Taliban and the CIA
'let Taleban men escape'
The United States secretly approved rescue flights by
Pakistan into Kunduz that let Taleban leaders and al-Qaeda
fighters escape from the besieged northern Afghan city
before its fall last year, New Yorker magazine reports
helped Taliban to safety, magazine claims
Rumours of the airlifts came initially from Northern
Alliance officials but were strenuously denied by Donald
Rumsfeld, the US defence secretary
airlift of evil
In the past week, a half dozen or more Pakistani air
force cargo planes landed in the Taliban-held city of
Kunduz and evacuated to Pakistan hundreds of non-Afghan
soldiers who fought alongside the Taliban and even al-Qaida
against the United States.
The Americans also said that what was supposed to be
a limited evacuation apparently slipped out of control,
and, as an unintended consequence, an unknown number
of Taliban and Al Qaeda fighters managed to join in
Hijacked 9/11 Flights and Military Bases
this picture, which is worth even more than a thousand
words, MediaLab has merged a map of the 9/11 planes'
flightpaths with a map of military bases in those areas.
The flights went through some of the most heavily militarized
parts of the country, yet nothing could be done to stop
Bush wants Congress to give federal investigators the power
to compel witnesses to submit to secret interrogations without
the traditional protections of the grand jury.
that know how you feel
uses sensing technology to identify a user's actions and to
extract key information. This information is then analyzed
to determine the user's physical, emotional, or informational
state, which in turn can be used to help make the user more
productive by performing expected actions or by providing
Law Nabs Common Criminals
the two years since law enforcement agencies gained fresh
powers to help them track down and punish terrorists, police
and prosecutors have increasingly turned the force of the
new laws not on al-Qaida cells but on people charged with
'Snooper' powers to fight terror
Telephone companies and internet service providers will be
asked to keep records of all user calls and e-mails for a
Tag Debut Set for This Week
consortium of retailers and consumer goods companies plan
to unveil the replacement for the bar code next week. The
upgrade will use a controversial radio technology that critics
say will significantly expand the powers of retailers to track
the whereabouts of their goods and the people who buy them.
Use of Patriot Act widens
Military to Issue RFID Mandate
Journal has learned that the U.S. Department of Defense plans
to ask its top 100 suppliers to put RFID tags on pallets,
cases and big-ticket items. The military intends to spell
out its plans in detail sometime next summer, but it is believed
that tagging could begin in 2005.
woman walking along a beach about a mile from former
President Bush's summer home Sunday found what appeared
to be body parts on the shore, police said
promises armed standoff
and members of his family may not be alone in their standoff.
A Denver-based organization calling itself The Mutual Defense
Pact - Second American Revolution Militia has vowed to call
on 600 or more armed individuals from across the country to
defend the Barkleys' property.
increases among U.S. working poor
ranks of the hungry more and more include single mothers stuck
in low-wage jobs, married couples who can't keep up with soaring
housing costs and able-bodied people who can't find jobs.
Economy. Bad Job Market. Huh?
The United States economy has not experienced anything like
this since World War II. Normally, a spike in productivity
is accompanied by an even greater spike in demand. Simply
put, productivity rises when workers produce more and sell
more each year, and do so without putting in extra hours.
The production part is working just fine. The demand, however,
Rights -- Phony Elections and The State of the Nation
difference from past campaigns lies in the media mandarins'
sad belief that there will actually be a genuine, open, presidential
election in November 2004. This childlike faith stems, of
course, from their equally fallacious conviction that the
United States did not suffer a coup d'etat in December 2000
at the hands of an extremist faction of elites.
Tree in Ohio Gets Blamed for America's Worst Blackout
biggest power failure in North America's history was likely
caused by a tree in Walton Hills, Ohio, the Wall Street Journal
sue Florida saying guards tortured them with pepper spray
state prisoners, including six from Charlotte Correctional
Institution in Punta Gorda, filed a federal lawsuit Friday
that claims correctional officers statewide have tortured
inmates with unnecessary and excessive use of chemicals such
as pepper spray and tear gas.
In a desperate quest to cut costs, Western companies are shipping
entire departments and millions of jobs to Asia.
to give finacial aid to illegal alien college students passes
bill that would allow undocumented immigrants to apply for
financial aid at California community colleges was approved
by the state Assembly on Thursday
Legislators push fetal homicide measure
Greenup County woman whose unborn child died this summer in
a highway crash joined two state lawmakers yesterday to urge
legislation that would allow criminal prosecution of people
responsible for such deaths in some instances.
Arnold the running man?
flanked by Warren Buffet, left, and Lord Rothschild, at stately
Waddesdon Manor. But has the actor set his sights on a house
of a whiter hue?
New World Order elite has big plans for Arnold
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Remain Vulnerable, Feds Block Guns in Cockpit
fewer than 150 pilots are approved to carry guns, according
to Bob Lambert, president of the Airline Pilots Security Alliance
hints military action against Iran
has hinted at possible military action to stop what it calls
a nightmare scenario-nuclear weapons in the hands of Iran-but
for now is waiting for U.S. diplomatic pressure and closer
international scrutiny to do the job
warns that it will attack if North Korea aims missile
Defence Minister has stressed his country's right to strike
North Korean missile sites if an attack is thought imminent.
Intelligence officials estimate that North Korea has at least
100 Rodong ballistic missiles capable of striking Japan.
officers let terrorists into UK, who then got jobs at Heathrow
gang of suspected Algerian terrorists with alleged links to
Al Qaeda are on the run in Britain after breaching immigration
checks. One of them has already been caught working for a
Heathrow freight firm, media reports said on Sunday. The Heathrow
worker, now in prison, was one of more than a dozen suspected
terrorists allowed to enter Britain, The Sunday Times said
in an article.
vote no on euro shift
rejected adopting the European common currency in a Sunday
referendum overshadowed by the killing of Foreign Minister
Anna Lindh, an ardent euro supporter, days earlier.
Propaganda: "A chance to build that brave new world"
grand global bargain is within reach, although still a long
way off. The U.N. and the U.S. would help each other, for
the practical reason that each needs the other. All other
nations would benefit from a U.N. that been reinvigorated
both by its own internal reforms and by the renewed involvement
of the U.S.
Destroy Afghan Police Station
Taliban rebels raided and set ablaze a police station in southeastern
Afghanistan near the border with Pakistan
CNN practiced self-censorship
top war correspondent, Christiane Amanpour, says that the
press muzzled itself during the Iraq war. And, she says CNN
"was intimidated" by the Bush administration and
Fox News, which "put a climate of fear and self-censorship."
WMD Found: Indefinite delay on weapons report
US and Britain have decided to delay indefinitely the publication
of a full report on Iraq's weapons of mass destruction. The
London-based Sunday Times newspaper said inspectors had found
no evidence any such arms exist
hidden battlefield toll
true scale of American casualties in Iraq is revealed today
by new figures obtained by The Observer, which show that more
than 6,000 American servicemen have been evacuated for medical
reasons since the beginning of the war, including more than
1,500 American soldiers who have been wounded, many seriously.
men in London are deliberately exposing themselves to the
disaffected gay men in London are deliberately exposing themselves
to the HIV virus in the belief that it will give them a "badge"
'make you senile'
Leif Salford, who headed the research at Sweden's prestigious
Lund University, says "the voluntary exposure of the
brain to microwaves from hand-held mobile phones" is
"the largest human biological experiment ever".
And he is concerned that, as new wireless technology spreads,
people may "drown in a sea of microwaves".
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