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[03/14/2006] Robertson Finds Radical Muslims \'Satanic\'
Television evangelist Pat Robertson said Monday on his live news-and-talk program \"The 700 Club\" that Islam is not a religion of peace, and that radical Muslims are \"satanic.\" » More

[03/06/2006] Former Serb Rebel Leader Commits Suicide
Babic\'s family was told Sunday after the chief medical officer of the center confirmed the cause of death was suicide. Dutch authorities were notified and a tribunal judge immediately ordered an inquiry. The tribunal did not say how Babic killed himself. In Belgrade, the B92 television station said Babic \"probably hanged himself.\" » More

[02/22/2006] Earth Hurtles Toward 6.5 Billion
The planet\'s population is projected to reach 6.5 billion at 7:16 p.m. EST Saturday, according to the U.S. Census Bureau and its World Population Clock. » More

[11/10/2005] Cruise ship attack highlights threat from Somalian pirates
A pirate attack on a ship full of Western holidaymakers has jolted East Africa\'s bomb-scarred tourist industry and reminded the world of the threat posed by Somalia, an anarchic state awash with weapons.\n » More

[11/04/2005] Pakistan sharply increases earthquake toll
The Pakistani government on Wednesday dramatically increased the official death toll from the devastating earthquake that hit the north of the country last month to 73,276 and said it could rise further. » More

[11/01/2005] Nazi \'Doctor Death\' reported to have lived in Spain for 20 years
An Austrian doctor accused of killing hundreds of inmates at a Nazi concentration camp during World War II has been hiding in Spain for the last 20 years, a Spanish newspaper reported on Sunday. » More

[10/25/2005] Piggy banks \'offend UK Muslims\'
British banks are banning piggy banks because they may offend some Muslims. » More

[10/17/2005] Venezuela seeks nuclear technology
The Venezuelan government has made overtures to various countries about obtaining nuclear technology, according to U.S. officials, who worry that President Hugo Chavez might be taking the first steps in a long road to develop nuclear weaponry. » More

[10/14/2005] Measles epidemic fear for earthquake survivors
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[10/14/2005] Taiwan Planning Spy Satellite
Taiwan plans to launch a spy satellite costing 300 million dollars as a result of China\'s continued hostility towards the island, a newspaper reported recently. » More

[10/07/2005] China aims to operate \'super-efficient\' nuclear reactor in 2010
Chinese scientists aim to have a \"super-efficient\" nuclear reactor in 2010 that will relieve China\'s uranium supply problems, as part of a national plan to boost power generation, state media said Wednesday.\n » More

[08/14/2005] Israeli hawks circle Iran\'s N-plants
Ever since its 1979 Islamic revolution the only fate Iran has had in mind for Israel has been simple: its destruction. Now that Teheran seems to be moving towards acquiring its own nuclear arsenal, its plans for its great enemy threaten to be both fiery and radioactive. » More

[08/14/2005] China opposes taking Iran to UNSC for oil deals
China\'s opposition to taking the Iranian nuclear crisis to the UN Security Council is largely driven by their long-term oil relationship, sparked in part by the US occupation of Iraq, analysts say. » More

[08/14/2005] US presses UN action against Iran
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[08/14/2005] Bush: Iranian leader likely to get U.S. visa
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[08/14/2005] US mulls visa for Iran\'s hardline President
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[08/14/2005] 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 » More

[07/31/2005] 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. » More

[07/31/2005] Patient wins right-to-life ruling
A patient has won his legal challenge to prevent doctors withdrawing life-prolonging treatment. » More

[07/31/2005] Tony Blair Arrives in Russia to Meet Vladimir Putin
British Prime Minister Tony Blair arrived in Moscow on Sunday evening to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin. The talks between the two leaders are expected to touch upon African poverty and climate change — the themes that will be later discussed at the Group of Eight summit. » More

[07/31/2005] Venezuela: Chavez blames Bush for Bolivia
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez blamed the Bush administration for weeks of widespread protests in Bolivia. » More

[07/31/2005] Prewar British Memo Says War Decision Wasn\'t Made
A memorandum written by Prime Minister Tony Blair\'s cabinet office in late July 2002 explicitly states that the Bush administration had made \"no political decisions\" to invade Iraq, but that American military planning for the possibility was advanced. The memo also said American planning, in the eyes of Mr. Blair\'s aides, was \"virtually silent\" on the problems of a postwar occupation. » More