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[11/22/2005] American Christian Fundamentalist Leader Calls For Global War
If Christian fundamentalists are to be believed, America\'s invasion of Iraq and the consequent brutal slaughter of thousands of innocent civilians in that country are all part of a grand divine plan that will finally culminate in the \'second coming\' of Jesus Christ. » More
[10/07/2005] O\'Reilly endorsed assassinating Syrian leader if he \"doesn\'t help us out\"
On the October 3 edition of Fox News\' The O\'Reilly Factor, host Bill O\'Reilly called for the assassination of Syria\'s leader, Bashar al-Assad, if Assad does not help promote stability in the Middle East by maintaining Iraq\'s borders. » More
[10/07/2005] UK: Iran responsible for death of British soldiers in Iraq
Britain has accused Iran of helping to kill British soldiers in southern Iraq, a British newspaper reported » More
[10/06/2005] US \'aiming at Syria regime change\'
\"I won\'t be surprised if Syria gets a red card,\" Mr Mofaz told Israel radio. \"[The United States] will take actions against Syria, beginning with economic sanctions and moving on to others, that will make it clear to the Syrians that their policies do not comply with UN decisions, the US\'s new world order or the prohibition of sovereign states to support terrorism.\"\n » More
[08/05/2005] N Korea talks \'near to deadlock\'
A meeting between North Korea and the US failed to make progress at ongoing talks over the North\'s nuclear plans, China\'s state news agency has said. » More
[08/03/2005] China and Russia joint exercises to strengthen ties
Nearly 10,000 troops are to take part in unprecedented joint military exercises by China and Russia this month aimed at strengthening ties between the armed forces of two powers that were once bitter foes. » More
[07/31/2005] SKorean leader tells North to stop nuclear drive, start talks
South Korean President Roh Moo-Hyun on Monday appealed to North Korea to decide now to give up its nuclear weapons ambitions in return for rewards and regime security. » More