Sunday, August 10, 2008 12:36
Pipeline War: Russian bear goes for West's jugular
Georgia has today withdrawn its troops from
the capital of South Ossetia, according to reports. The ceasefire came
just hours after claims emerged Russian jets had bombed a vital pipeline
that supplies oil to the West.
News Host Refuses To Talk About Russia-Georgia War, Insists On Covering
War between Russia and Georgia orchestrated from USA
strikes a blow at its fears of Nato encirclement
accuses Georgia of genocide
Ships Steam Toward Georgia as Conflict Grows
Assails Russian 'Escalation' Of Crisis
jets targeted major oil pipeline-Georgia
clashes threaten EU oil supplies
documents reveal new look at JFK assassination
A newly released FBI file is revealing a different look at the investigation
into the assassination of President John F Kennedy.
with Russia spreads to cities across Georgia
Bombs rocked Tbilisi early Saturday morning as the fight between Georgia
and Russia over a breakaway region intensified and moved into the Georgian
of South Ossetia capital stopped
are at war with Russia, declares Georgian leader
War has started
disputes control of South Ossetian capital
Politics Add Oxygen to a Smoldering Dispute
troopers spied on activist groups: Protesters added to database of terrorist
Undercover Maryland state troopers infiltrated
three groups advocating peace and protesting the death penalty —
attending meetings and sending reports on their activities to U.S. intelligence
and military agencies, according to documents released Thursday.
Says It Obtained Reporters’ Phone Records
to put Tasers in Uniontown schools gets mixed reviews
Top CIA official confesses order to forge Iraq-9/11 letter came on White
A forged letter linking Saddam Hussein to the
Sept. 11, 2001 attacks was ordered on White House stationery and probably
came from the office of Vice President Dick Cheney, according to a new
transcript of a conversation with the Central Intelligence Agency's
former Deputy Chief of Clandestine Operations Robert Richer.
The first time I ever saw my name in print, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn was
the subject. It was a letter to the editor of the campus newspaper during
my second year at the University of Tennessee.
shows police punching teen 13 times in face, then tasering him
An 18-year-old was punched in the face 13 times
by a deputy police officer, whose dashboard video camera caught the
incident on tape, WYFF Channel 4 News reported.
to adopt UK Bill of Rights
killed in new China terror attack
The Xinhua state news agency reported that a
"well-planned" attack had occurred at around 2.30am in the
town of Kuqa in the south of the predominately-Muslim region.
users beat censors to attack ‘authoritarian’ opening ceremony
Tibet’ Gets Deported for Displaying Flag
Weather Rocket Science
that Ivins Couldn’t Have Done It (At Least Not Alone)
According to the FBI, Ivins made the killer anthrax in his lab at Fort
Detrick all by himself in something like 12 hours
and Ireland could be forced to share one European Commission seat
Britain would be forced to share a European Commissioner with Ireland
under plans being drawn up by France.
Says Federal Company Would Best Ease Crisis
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said the government should
create a company like the Resolution Trust Corp. to sell off the assets
of any failing financial institution, while limiting taxpayer losses.
stocks surge on ‘watershed’ dollar jump
man kills relative of US Olympic coach in Beijing
A knife-wielding Chinese man has killed the
relative of a coach for the U.S. Olympic men's volleyball team at a
tourist site in Beijing.
abuse case: 'Old boy network' is obstructing police investigation
Deputy Chief Officer Lenny Harper angrily hit out at the figures who
he says have engaged in a "day by day attack" on the inquiry
team and the alleged victims of abuse at Haut de la Garenne and other
train station bans ThinkProgress
Paul Joseph Watson: Internet Censorship a Growing Cancer
Steve Watson: British Kids Encouraged To Become "Climate Cops"
Steve Watson: Terror Stopped For Putting My Hand in My Pocket
Paul Watson on the Alex Jones Show: The
state wants your children.
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