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Russian, Vietcong Vietnam War Veterans Meet in Moscow
Russian and Vietnamese war veterans last week joined an annual get-together in Moscow held in remembrance of former Soviet Union military experts’ assistance to Vietnam’s anti-U.S. war, the Vietnam News Agency reported Monday.
Netanyahu quits as Israel approves Gaza pullout
Netanyahu quits Israeli Cabinet in protest
U.S. Embassy in Saudi Closes for 2 Days
Evidence: Al-Qaida rocket attack in Gaza false
US mulls visa for Iran's hardline President
The United States mulled the unprecedented step of refusing hardline Iranian President Mahmood Ahmadinejad a visa to attend next month's UN General Assembly, the State Department said.
Halliburton secretly doing business with key member of Iran's nuclear team
Scandal-plagued Halliburton, the oil services company once headed by Vice President Dick Cheney, was secretly working with one of Iran's top nuclear program officials on natural gas related projects and, allegedly, selling the official's oil development company key components for a nuclear reactor...
Iran 'has made 4,000 centrifuges'
Iran has secretly manufactured around 4,000 centrifuges capable of weapons grade uranium enrichment - 25 times the quantity it has admitted to the UN, it was claimed today.
Iran restarts its nuclear activities
Iran resumed uranium-conversion activities at its Isfahan nuclear facility yesterday, breaching an agreement with European countries in an action that Western nations have said could lead them to seek U.N. sanctions against Tehran.
US presses UN action against Iran
The United States says it considers reports that Iran has restarted nuclear activities "unfortunate" and would expect Tehran to be taken before the United Nations.
Iran unconcerned about Security Council referral
Iran resumes uranium conversion
Ex-PM says Dutch let Pakistani nuclear scientist go at CIA's request
Order out of chaos, they let this guy globetrot around the world arming our enemies so they then have a pretext to invade.
Russian Warships Heading to China for Joint Wargames
The warships of the Russian Pacific Fleet which will take part in the joint exercises with China left Vladivostok for China on Sunday, according to the Itar-Tass news agency.
China and Russia flex their muscles as they join forces to play the war game
North Korea talks go into recess
China and Russia joint exercises to strengthen ties
CAFTA will destroy the American middle class
Well, if you thought the middle class was shrinking after the first wave of exporting jobs, then you haven't seen anything yet. The Central American Free Trade Agreement is built, initially, for the U.S. to eliminate trade barriers with Guatemala, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Honduras, Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic.
Globalist financial policies pushing America and the world into depression
CAFTA: Widespread Harm to Workers in the US, Central America
"CAFTA will extend NAFTA's job loss, workers' rights abuses, and environmental damage throughout Central America,"
CAFTA signed into law
CAFTA passage sparks job fears
CAFTA Passes: Dirty Tricks and Devastating Consequences
Oil-for-food inquiry claims Sevan took $150,000 in payments
Benon Sevan, former head of the United Nations' Iraqi oil-for-food programme, took almost $150,000 in illicit oil-related cash payments in concert with two Egyptian businessmen, the UN's independent inquiry alleged yesterday.
Ex-U.N. Program Director May Face Charges
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Cherie for MP, says Clinton
U.S. reportedly planning to boost troop levels to 160,000 in Iraq
The United States might build up its forces in Iraq later this year in anticipation of rising insurgent violence as Iraqis vote for a constitution and a new government, a Pentagon spokesman said Monday.
Killed and captured Goldstein on the move again
The Web as a Weapon: Zarqawi Intertwines Acts on Ground in Iraq With Propaganda Campaign on the Internet
Bin Laden To Enter Iraq During Ramadan, Says Iranian Report
US troops in Iraq have seized documents that suggest fugitive al-Qaeda leader, Osama bin Laden is planning to enter Iraq during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan
U.S. to pull out up to 30,000 troops from Iraq- NYT
Iraqi leaders confer on charter
List of Journalists Who've Died in Iraq
US reopens Mexico border mission
The United States has reopened its consulate in Mexico's northern border town of Nuevo Laredo.It had been shut following a shoot-out between drug gangs involving rocket propelled grenades and machine guns.
Despite Illegal Status, Buyers Get Home Loans
Each week, Pedro Morlet knocks on doors in the Bay Area, looking for illegal immigrants. Morlet isn't an immigration agent. He's a real estate agent, and he's scouting for business.
Immigration and the Welfare State
Scientists test NYC's readiness for gas attack
Our government has tested its bioweapons on American civilians and our military, many who died as a result. Who are the real terrorists?
US guards at Afghan prison trained to torture detainees: soldier
US soldiers guarding the prison at Bagram air base, Afghanistan, were specially instructed to deliver deadly blows to detainees, a US private accused of prisoner abuse told investigators recently.
Bristol passes Patriot Act resolution
A copy of the town's resolution will be sent to congressional delegates. It asks them to "review those sections of the Patriot Act that may limit or violate the fundamental liberties granted to Americans."
Secret terror courts considered
Special courts sitting in secret for pre-trial hearings in terror cases are being considered by the Home Office.
Judges would weigh up sensitive evidence against suspects before cases went further.
N.Y. - D.C. Trains Boost Security
Australia to compile terror list
Three men die after being shot with stun guns
Patriot Act library provision sticking point for Congress
Blair to curb human rights in war on terror
Guantánamo Detention Site Is Being Transformed, U.S. Says
9/11 Commissioner confronted on ISI-Atta link
The shamtastic 9/11 Commission has turned itself into a travelling "non-profit" 501(c)3 road-show, with the Commissioners funded by the likes of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund.
Four in 9/11 Plot Are Called Tied to Qaeda in '00
More than a year before the Sept. 11 attacks, a small, highly classified military intelligence unit identified Mohammed Atta and three other future hijackers as likely members of a cell of Al Qaeda operating in the United States...
Authorities Getting Ready To Throw Anti-War Protestors From Bush Ranch For Trespassing
Law enforcement authorities are taking steps to remove a group of about 50 peace activists camped near President Bush’s Crawford, TX, ranch, mounting an effort to accuse the Iraqi War protestors of trespassing.
Cindy Sheehan to Be Arrested Thursday
U.S. Malls Trying to Prevent Terror Attacks
Shopping malls around the country have been taking unprecedented steps to prevent the unthinkable – an attack by a suicide bomber.
Ex-POW Jessica Lynch says US used her as Iraq war symbol
Former prisoner of war Jessica Lynch, whose capture and rescue in the early days of the Iraq war turned her into a US icon, said in an interview that the US government had used her as an upbeat symbol in the conflict.
Poll: Bush approval rating still low
President Bush's approval rating remains among the lowest of his presidency, with some Americans growing increasingly dissatisfied with the Iraq war, according to a new CNN/USA Today/Gallup poll released Monday.
Bush, Economic Team Gather at Texas Ranch
President Bush, upbeat about reports showing steady economic growth, is mapping out a fall agenda that includes reviving the debate over Social Security and pushing to overhaul the nation's tax code.
CIA Commander: We Let bin Laden Slip Away
In a forthcoming book, the CIA field commander for the agency's Jawbreaker team at Tora Bora, Gary Berntsen, says he and other U.S. commanders did know that bin Laden was among the hundreds of fleeing Qaeda and Taliban members. Berntsen says he had definitive intelligence that bin Laden was holed up at Tora Bora.
Bush and Blair’s “way of life”
As we hear from Bush, Blair and an unlimited number of media GIs and presstitutes, we are now in the midst of a conflict which involves the deepest and dearest interest of every individual of the human race: “Our way of life.” Upon its result depends the misery or happiness of the present and future generations.
Alternative Media Amplifies as Mainstream Gatekeepers Decline
Father, Who Lost Son at WTC, Claims Bush Administration Hiding Key Financial Documents Leading To Culprits of 9/11
9/11 Group Says White House Has Not Provided Files
War Plans Drafted To Counter Terror Attacks in U.S.
NYC Terror Drill: See How the Wind Blows
Americans Reject Extreme Anti-Privacy Security Measures
Since the London bombings, there has been a sustained increase in Americans' expectations that a terrorist attack is likely to happen in the United States in the next few weeks. (Perhaps because the newsmedia keeps reminding us that we're in constant danger)
High-tech surveillance coming to metro
By the end of next year, Montreal's metro system will have 1,200 state-of-the-art surveillance cameras installed, replacing the 400 older camers currently in place.
Revolution in Logistics or BigBrother Technology?
Radio Frequency Identification has the potential to revolutionize logistics, but first it must overcome its reputation as an intrusive technology Radio Frequency Identification ... in the past 12 months has it become one of the hottest buzzwords in information technology, attracting the attention of government chiefs.
I Have Seen Big Brother – And He Is Us
Authorities tracking sex offenders in revised rules
FBI Tracks Right-Wing Terrorists
Cartoon: Eminent Domination
A new cartoon by Mark Fiore featured on the Alex Jones Show.
Supreme Court delivers blow to property rights; ruling in Conn. case has Toledo implication
The city of Toledo used eminent domain to force Herman Blankenship and his wife, Kim, to leave their auto repair shop on Stickney Avenue to open the land for the new Jeep plant.
Latest property snatch: Missouri
Amendment would protect Californians' homes
Watch for women and child bombers, says Met
TERRORISTS could be preparing to use women and children as suicide bombers in further attacks on trains and other soft targets in London, internal Scotland Yard documents have warned.
Italian intel report warns of attack risk
A chilling message to Britons
Al-Qaida Threatens More Attacks in Britain
al-Zarwarhri, Supposedly in Captivity, Issues Terror Warning to the US and UK
ATTACK ON LONDON:
Scotland Yard 'Not Interested' In Talking To 7/7 Bomb Mastermind
Scotland Yard police headquarters said on 7 August that detectives were not interested in speaking to Aswat about the London attacks.
7/7 Bombings Final Word: Her Majesty's Terrorist Network
The wealth of evidence that has emerged in the month following the 7/7 London bombings only leads us to one clear conclusion, that the attacks had to have been orchestrated by or with help from the very highest levels of British intelligence.
Orwellian Doublethink In London
After the bombings, some Londoners try to psychologically justify living in tyranny.
Zambia Deports Terror Suspect to Britain
Zambia deported on Sunday a Briton who has been questioned in connection with the July 7 London transit bombings and is suspected of links to al-Qaida, a senior Zambian official said.
ALEX JONES LONDON FACT-FINDING MISSION PHOTO GALLERY
ATTACK ON LONDON:
SHOOTING TO KILL
(Global) Police agree on shoot-to-kill rules
An international organization representing the heads of police departments across the world has issued new guidelines recommending that officers who confront a suicide bomber should shoot the suspect in the head
Police group oks shooting suicide bombers in head
Three remanded over failed London bombings
Three men charged with attempted murder in relation to the botched attack on London's transport system last month have been remanded in custody until November.
Bomb suspect had no terror link: Italian police
N.Y. - D.C. Trains Boost Security
In the latest in a series of security measures taken since the London bombing cases, the New York Police Department has teamed with other East Coast forces to beef up protection of passenger trains traveling between New York and Washington.
Hundreds more armed police to join London's terror fight
As many as 400 more armed police could be patrolling London after last month's massive anti-terror operations in the capital raised fears the police were being over-stretched.
Arrests at Parliament protest ban
Police to trial 50,000-volt stun guns
Who will be deported and who decides?
Blair crackdown faces protests from MPs on all sides
British Authorities impose "free speech zones"
Saudis warned UK of London attacks
Saudi Arabia officially warned Britain of an imminent terrorist attack on London just weeks ahead of the 7 July bombings after calls from one of al-Qaeda's most wanted operatives were traced to an active cell in the United Kingdom.
Bombing Mastermind Aswat Works for MI-6
MOBILE LINK TO BOMBS' DETONATORS
ATTACK ON LONDON:
Bechtel Runs London Underground
Probability of 7/7 Drill and Attack Coinciding
One chance in 3,715,592,613, 265,750, 000,000,000,000,
London Underground Exercises: Peter Power Responds
Obviously, Power, in his email, is trying to downplay the significance of the mock-versus-real events.
New Developments In London Underground Exercise Story
How the Government Staged the London Bombings in Ten Easy Steps
Same-time-as-attack underground bombing exercise in London a chilling coincidence?
Genetic Contamination Spreads in 'GM-Free' Australia
Environmentalists say Australia is facing “the most serious genetic contamination event” in its history, after the West Australian government confirmed low levels of genetically modified canola had been found in non-GM canola.
CNET: We've been blackballed by Google
Google Inc. has blacklisted all CNET reporters for a year, after the popular technology news website published personal information of one of Google's founders in a story about growing privacy concerns for the Internet search engine, according to a CNET statement.
Mobile phones can trigger eye damage, fear scientists
'Thoughts read' via brain scans
Fears over health risk to children of mercury in tuna
New U.S. Bird Flu Vaccine Shows Promise
Awake After 20 Years, Sarah Speaks
In a two-part series that starts today, The Early Show national correspondent Tracy Smith tells the story of Sarah Scantlin, a woman who woke up from her coma-like state after 20 years.
Hundreds of Fetutses, Stillborn Babies Discovered In Paris Hospital
Terror fears drive oil prices to new high
Now the terrorists are helping out the oil suppliers by forcing prices up. Boy, those dirty terrorists! We better give up all of our rights.
Forecast: $70 per barrel
Oil prices climbed to a new record on Monday amid strong demand, worries about the nation's fuel supplies and security threats in Saudi Arabia.
Oil Prices Hit New High on Supply Fears
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