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Police to cage resistant Jewish settlers
Israeli police plan to cage Jewish settlers who forcibly resist next month's pull-out from the Gaza Strip.
Ex-Abu Ghraib Warden: Boss Urged Dog Use
The use of dogs during interrogations at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq was recommended by the commander of the Guantanamo Bay detention center during a visit in 2003, the former warden of Abu Ghraib said.
As the debate over AIDS-drug trials at Columbia's Incarnation Children Center grows louder, a former ICC employee reveals what she saw.
Security cameras and ID cards cannot stop terrorists
Mueller under fire for unreviewed surveillance backlog
FBI Director Robert Mueller came under fire in Congress on Wednesday over a growing backlog of unreviewed surveillance recordings and other problems which lawmakers said hindered efforts to prevent terrorism attacks.
Radiation-scan patients may trip airport alarms
IF YOU are hot, you'll get stopped. People who have recently had a radiation scan risk triggering security alarms at airports and being detained for questioning.
UK: Londoners Don't Mind Living Under Eye Of Surveillance Cameras
U.S. to Track Foreigners at Border Posts
Bush Aide Learned Early of Leaks Probe
Gonzales, who was White House counsel at the time, waited 12 hours before officially notifying the rest of the staff of the inquiry.
CIA Leak Investigation Turns to Possible Perjury, Obstruction
Rove was told by prosecutors in October that he was not a target of the inquiry, said his lawyer, Robert Luskin. Rove, through his lawyer, has denied being the source of Plame's name.
Release: Cheney leaked classified information, too, group says
Ill-equipped soldiers use excess force
U.S. Army soldiers have used "excessive" and "unauthorized deadly force" in Iraq to defend supply convoys because they did not have the proper weapons, according to a commander's secret internal memorandum.
'Enemies of humanity' quote raises Iraq PR questions
Guardsman: CIA beat Iraqis with hammer handles
SIMPSON UPSET ABOUT MISSING IRAQ FOOTAGE
Explosives found on India train
Indian bomb disposal experts have found traces of a high explosive in a passenger train which was rocked by a blast on Thursday, officials say.
Egypt got tip before attacks
US renews Mexico travel warning as killings mount
TERROR PLAGUES BORDER
Report: Bankruptcy filings climbing
Individuals have started filing bankruptcies at a higher pace than a year ago as they seek protection from creditors under existing law before new bankruptcy legislation takes effect in October, according to an annual report.
Greenspan warns on fuel, housing
Unocal backs sweetened $17 bln Chevron bid
Oil Prices Fall on Rising U.S. Supplies
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
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ATTACK ON LONDON:
SHOOTING TO KILL
Brazilian's family claim police altered their story
The family of the Brazilian man shot dead by marksmen who mistook him for a suicide bomber revealed last night how police have changed their account of the incident.
Shot Brazilian's visa 'had expired'
The student visa of Jean Charles de Menezes expired more than two years before he was shot by police, a Home Office spokeswoman has said.
Brazilian did not wear bulky jacket
"My cousin was an honest and hard working person," said Ms Figueiredo who shared a flat with him in Tulse Hill, south London. "Although we are living in circumstances similar to a war, we should not be exterminating people unjustly."
Brazilians Demand Arrest Over Killing
More innocents could be shot
We will shoot to kill again, warns police chief
Shoot-to-kill to continue, say British police
Contradictions in the London Police Shooting
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?
Texas chemical plant explosion injures 4
A chain of explosions rocked a Fort Worth chemical company Thursday, injuring four people, shaking buildings and prompting the evacuation of some local businesses and schools.
Protesters spar over political art
A display of political artwork in the state Department of Justice sparked dueling protests and a culture clash Thursday.
US under fire over al-Qaeda guide
More Newspeak: Washington recasts terror war as 'struggle'
Schools Lie to Parents and Children, Say Vaccinations are Mandatory
Some Papers Pull, Edit 'Doonesbury' Strip After 'Turd Blossom' Reference
Poll: Americans Say World War III Likely
Americans are far more likely than the Japanese to expect another world war in their lifetime, according to AP-Kyodo polling 60 years after World War II ended. Most people in both countries believe the first use of a nuclear weapon is never justified.
Cheney's Plan: Nuke Iran
"The Pentagon, acting under instructions from Vice President Dick Cheney's office, has tasked the United States Strategic Command (STRATCOM) with drawing up a contingency plan to be employed in response to another 9/11-type terrorist attack on the United States. The plan includes a large-scale air assault on Iran employing both conventional and tactical nuclear weapons.
Indonesia and US to hold joint annual military exercise
US troops arrived in Indonesia on Monday to take part in an annual joint maritime exercise aimed at improving military cooperation with the world's largest Muslim-populated country.
US holds one-to-one talks with North Korea, say "real progress" needed
The United States and communist North Korea held a rare one-on-one meeting Monday, with the American side stressing it was time "real progress" was made in ending the North's drive for nuclear weapons.
U.S. says China could be long-term regional threat
North Korea has nuclear bomb, would-be defector claims: report
Blair welcomes 'alliance of civilisations' plan
Tony Blair has welcomed a plan for an "alliance of civilisations" to combat Islamist terrorism by bringing together Christian and Muslim nations, after meeting both the Spanish and Turkish leaders in Downing Street today.
House passes CAFTA agreement in tight vote
Patient wins right-to-life ruling
A patient has won his legal challenge to prevent doctors withdrawing life-prolonging treatment.
Abortions soar as careers come first
THE abortion rate hit a record high last year, according to government figures published yesterday that also show a sharp rise in terminations to girls aged under 14.
Abortion pill warnings 'insufficient'
The Food and Drug Administration's decision to strengthen language on the "morning after" abortion drug is 'insufficient' after reports that two more women have died, a pro-life advocacy group maintains.
ATTACK ON LONDON:
MI5 analysts admit link between Iraq war and bombings
In a fresh analysis of the threat facing Britain from international terrorist groups, the acknowledgement underlines the view of the security and intelligence services that Iraq has provided an extra motivating force for terrorists.
London Suspect Arrested in Zambia
Authorities in Zambia detained Haroon Rashid Aswat in connection with the July 7 London bombings that killed 56 people and injured many more
Zambia: Arrested terror suspect 'linked to bin Laden'
Taser use accusation rejected
The force which used an electric stun gun to fell a suspected suicide bomber hit back after a scathing public dressing down from Britain's top policeman.
UK 'blocked bomb plotter' arrest
About a month before the July 7 bombings in London, British authorities balked at giving U.S. officials permission to apprehend a man now believed to have ties to the bombers, according to sources familiar with the investigation.
Calls for Leading Muslim Cleric to resign and be prosecuted for saying "Al Qaeda does not exist"
Mohammad Naseem today also appeared on BBC radio and asserted that there is no evidence Al Qaeda exists, no evidence it carried out the London Bombings and that it is a construction of Intelligence agencies falling in line with the CIA.
Did London Bombers Know They Would Die?
They bought roundtrip train tickets and paid for long-term parking -- two of the details that are prompting the intelligence community to question if the four London bombers intended to die.
Commuter emergency kit sales up
Sales of a survival kit for commuters have rocketed since the bombings in London on 7 July.
London terrorists 'left 16 unexploded bombs'
The London bombers left a stash of 16 unexploded bombs in a car, some packed with nails, it was revealed today.
Sources: July 7 London Bomb Plot May Have Been Much Larger
London Bombing Aftermath: The Spin Continues
UK Demolitions Company Vehicle at Scene of London Bombing
Tube bomber prepares to strike
Vanishing bombers and the mystery 'safe house'
Bomb Was UNDER The Train Says Eyewitness Closest To It
CCTV Used in Search for Terrorism Suspects
Transport police 'on high alert'
A major police operation is under way on the UK's transport system, with officers on a precautionary high alert.
Blair backs tougher detention rules in fight against terror
Oxford Law Prof alarmed at "police’s Mossad-style execution" of innocent ’suspect’
POLICE NAME SUSPECTS
Police have named two of the suspects they believe were responsible for failed bomb attacks in London on Thursday.
Police issue bomb suspect images
Police have issued CCTV images of four men they want to question over the attempted bomb attacks on three Tube trains and a bus in London on Thursday.
Another Phony Al-Qaeda Group Claims Responsibility For Latest London Bombings
There is no evidence that the group even exists. They have claimed responsibility for everything from the 2003 blackout to car bombings in Iraq, yet in no case is there any proof of their involvement.
Mainstream Media Reports "Suicide Theory" Difficult to Swallow
Latest Evidence Closes Case on London Bombings
London bombers may have been tricked into setting off bombs: Police
Photo of 'Bombers' has been Doctored
"At first, (almost) everything looks fine, but look closer... look at the guy with the white hat... check out his left arm (HIS left arm).... the lower of the rails of the railing is IN FRONT of his left arm... where of course it shouldn't be! I'm NO image specialist, but this sure looks ridiculous. I'd say it´s a fake."
UK Channel 4 Whitewash London Underground Exercise Story
British Channel 4 News has produced a special report which whitewashes the entire affair as one big coincidence and attacks this website for even questioning the unusual nature of the concurrent exercises and attacks on 7/7.
'No internal inquiry' into blasts
No inquiry is under way into why the London bombers were not picked up by the security services, Lord Chancellor Lord Falconer has said.
Iran ayatollah says Blair government could have bombed
London Stagecoach Employee Says Bus Bombing Suspicious
Cui bono? Stupidity Versus Logic in the Latest “Terror” Attack
Skepticism Over U.S. Climate Plan
A U.S.-led plan to develop clean energy technologies was met Thursday with surprise in Asia and concern among critics that it was a ploy to undo the Kyoto pact, the binding accord on controlling global warming that Washington refuses to sign.
Nuclear test fall-out killed thousands in US
Psychedelic drug, LSD-25, likely to be legalized in Russian medicine
Minutemen say no to government co-opt
The Minuteman Civil Defense Corps has rejected the idea of being absorbed into a government-run program of civilian-volunteer border watchers.
$41 Billion Cost Projected To Remove Illegal Entrants
A new study by a liberal Washington think tank puts the cost of forcibly removing most of the nation's estimated 10 million illegal immigrants at $41 billion a year, a sum that exceeds the annual budget of the Department of Homeland Security.
Border Chief Reaches Out to Volunteers
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