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Saddam lawyers 'left in the dark'
Iraq's government has said the former leader could go on trial within months over alleged crimes against humanity. But the lawyers say they have none of the estimated eight million documents relating to the case, and have not been formally told of the charges.
Sixteen people killed execution-style found in Iraq
The bodies of 16 people who were killed execution-style have been discovered in western Iraq, witnesses said on Friday, the latest grisly killings fueling fears of civil war in Iraq.
'Good and honest' Iraqis fighting US forces
Major General Joseph Taluto said he could understand why some ordinary people would take up arms against the US military because "they're offended by our presence".
Video proves AP account of Downing Street memo question wrong
WHO: Bird flu virus unpredictable
A top World Health Organization official warned Friday that the avian flu virus is evolving quickly and urged heightened vigilance because the strain in China appears to have increased in virulence.
Senate panel defers human cloning ban
New clues to genetic link in growth of cancers are discovered
'New gel stops HIV infection'
Kelly Psychological Profile Source Hardley Knew Him
The below information from a listener reveals that Dr. David Kelly's "close
friend, whose statements were used to try and debunk and whitewash that
Kelly wasn't murdered (which he was), was not close to Kelly at all.
TV show depicts 9/11 as Bush plot
A fictional crime drama based on the premise that the Bush administration ordered the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center and Washington aired this week on German state television, prompting the Green Party chairman to call for an investigation.
Teenagers' Sex Booklet Condemned by Family Campaigners
As well as discussing emotions and body image, the publication also includes information about oral sex, anal sex and a section entitled: “How can I be good at sex?”. The campaign group Family and Young Concern said booklets like this “serve only to normalise sexual activity among young people under the age of consent”.
Australia warns terrorists in 'very advanced stages' of planning attacks in Indonesia
Australia updated its warning against travel to Indonesia for the second time in a week Friday after police there warned militants were planning attacks against Western targets.
Suspicious Packages Sent to Five More Embassies in Australia
Schroeder's denies rumors he will resign
Chinese Defector: Our Spies Are Everywhere
Robert A. Pastor
Alex talks with Vice Chair of the Independent Task Force on the Future of North America. Pastor is President of International Affairs at American University in Washington DC.
American University Pastor Bio
North American IPv6 Task Force
New World Order Chieftans Openly Discuss Dismantling US Border and Bringing Us into the Pan-American Union
The Council on Foreign Relations has published a report which articulates the plan to subvert the Constitution by dissolving our nation in favor of a continental government. The media has kept a pretty tight lid on this treason until now. The 1986 amnesty, NAFTA, CAFTA have been stepping stones towards the dissolution of our national sovereignty.
House OKs Continued Participation in WTO
Continued U.S. participation in the 148-nation World Trade Organization was strongly endorsed by Congress Thursday in a vote prompted by lawmakers displeased with the course of U.S. trade policy.
Britain strives for Africa aid deal in G8 talks
Britain appealed on Friday for a big push on debt relief and aid to rid Africa of disease and poverty, but finance ministers from the world's richest nations meeting in London looked unlikely to fulfil the continent's hopes.
FREEVIEW VIDEO: Alex Jones' Analysis of Starwars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith
As a companion to his in-depth article, Infowars presents a spoof on Starwars featuring Darth Vadar and the Emporer. This is dark satire at its most bizarre.
US rebuffs German bid for UN Security Council seat
UN alert as nuclear plans go missing
US won't insist on biometric passports
AS REPORTED by Wendy M. Grossman in her net.wars column some weeks back, the USA is not insisting that the whole world+dog goes biometric, despite what the peddlers of the stuff say.
Leonard: More cameras the better in Lynn's Central Square
A decade or two ago and you may have heard a huge outcry, especially from civil libertarians, about cameras pointed at public areas, but not today.
The Facebook.com: Big Brother with a smile
Cash, charge or fingerprint?
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WATCH MARTIAL LAW 9/11 RISE OF THE POLICE STATE ON THE BIG SCREEN
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Individual Ownership of Guns Under Attack in America and Abroad
Almost all Hollywood and TV cop shows are based in NY, Boston or Chicago where the citizens have been disarmed. The actors in these shows arrest some innocent person almost every episode for just having a gun in their house or their car. Then, weak-minded people watch this and think that guns are illegal in the rest of the country and call the police on you when they see you have a rifle in your gun rack.
Soviet Style Snitch Poster Being Used On Trains
If accurate, this is yet another visual reminded of how society is slipping back into a Stasi-like climate whereby everyone is trained to be suspicious.
In Ohio, Bush urges making the Patriot Act permanent
President Bush pressed Congress yesterday to make permanent the broad police powers created four years ago under the USA Patriot Act, saying it had "accomplished exactly what it was designed to do: It has protected American liberty and saved American lives."
12-year-old with cancer taken from her parents
A Texas couple is fighting to regain custody of their 12-year-old cancer-stricken daughter after the state seized the girl, claiming her parents have not done enough to treat her.
China cracks down on Web and expats
A year-long campaign by the Hu Jintao government to silence unofficial voices in China and to assert control over independent expression continues with an order this week for all Chinese websites and bloggers to register their real names with authorities, or be closed by June 30.
China Orders All Blogs to Register
China 'asked Australian' to spy on Falun Gong members
An Australian citizen says he was arrested while visiting China in 2002 and asked to spy on fellow Falun Gong practitioners.
Rumsfeld plays down idea of closing Guantanamo
Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld on Thursday played down the idea of closing the U.S. detention center at Guantanamo Bay, saying such a move would raise questions about what would happen to the prisoners.
Woman Assaulted, Arrested For Not Having Dog On Leash
Bush leaves open possibility of closing Guantanamo prison
Carter Calls on U.S. to Shut Down Gitmo
Cops Hire Kids To Enforce Seatbelt Laws
Former CIA contractor held without bail for trial
Bush Wants Rights-Robbing Patriot Act Renewed
Senate Gives FBI More Patriot Act Power
Poll: Bush Job Approval Dips to New Low
As the war in Iraq drags on, President Bush's job approval and the public's confidence in the direction he's taking the nation are at their lowest levels since The Associated Press-Ipsos poll began in December 2003.
Report: CIA official blocked Sept. 11 memo
The U.S. Justice Department says a CIA official blocked a memo warning the FBI two Sept. 11 hijackers had entered the country before the attacks.
Army Again Denies Cover-Up in Tillman Case
The Army on Thursday issued a fresh denial that it attempted to cover up the friendly fire death of former pro football player Pat Tillman in Afghanistan.
New Radiation Detectors at South Texas border CBP Checkpoints
Homeland Security CBP at the Brownsville, Tx. Mexican border are currently installing 'Radiation Dectectors' to detect radioactive materials or dirty bombs, etc. just before the vehicle pulls up to the CBP inspector.
House Judiciary Democrats to hold hearings on Downing Street minutes
The ranking Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee has scheduled hearings on the 2002 minutes between senior British and American officials which asserted that intelligence was "being fixed" to support the case for war in Iraq...
Former DEA Agent: Mexican Commandos Killing In South West US To Protect Bush Drug Cartel
9/11 Whitewasher Grilled By Informed C-Span Callers
California town shaken by terrorism arrests
Feds Charge Father, Son With al-Qaida Link
Former Enron Executives Slated to Receive Taxpayer Handouts for New Project
Gary Webb Revisited?
Students to confront Arnold on abortion
Coup d’etat against George W. Bush seriously contemplated in Washington
U.S. lowers predictions for growth
The Bush administration has trimmed its six-month-old prediction for U.S. economic growth but raised hopes that the federal budget deficit will shrink in 2005 for the first time in four years.
Oil Prices Rise Ahead of OPEC Meeting
Crude futures rose Thursday after a drop in U.S. crude inventories unsettled the market and traders began looking ahead to next week's meeting of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries.
Crude Oil Drops a Third Day; U.S. May Report Stockpile Increase
GM Plans to Cut 25,000 U.S. Jobs by 2008
Israel May Use Sound Weapon on Settlers
Israel is considering using an unusual new weapon against Jewish settlers who resist this summer's Gaza Strip evacuation - a device that emits penetrating bursts of sound that leaves targets reeling with dizziness and nausea.
UN nuclear chief faces Iran challenge in third term
The head of the U.N. nuclear watchdog, Mohamed ElBaradei, has won the support of Washington but now faces the greater challenge of dealing with an Iranian atomic program that many suspect is aimed at building weapons.
Taiwan Leader Calls For Arms Build-Up To Counter China's Threat
Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian called Wednesday for an arms build-up after the United States warned of China's growing military threat in the region.
North Korea Has Nuclear Bombs, Building More: Official
New Tack Against Illegal Immigrants: Trespassing Charges
The police chief of this tiny whitewashed New England town has crafted his own border-control policy -- he has charged illegal immigrants from Mexico with trespassing in New Hampshire.
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