Monday, August 11, 2008 21:45
Mercenary Captured By Russians
An American mercenary has been captured by Russian forces along with
a number of Georgian soldiers according to a report from the Russian
news website Izvestia, providing more evidence that the U.S. and NATO
are covertly supporting the Georgian army in a proxy war with Russia.
warns Russians of "severe, long-term negative consequences"
Describing the Russian assaults that have gone beyond the disputed territory
and into sovereign Georgia as "Moscow's path of violent aggression,"
the GOP nominee suggested that Putin's aim may be to overthrow the pro-U.S.
government in Georgia.
resumes shelling of S. Ossetia
the U.S. Prep Georgia for War with Russia?
Gori evacuated as fears of Russian advance into Georgia grow
hampering Russian peace efforts – Putin
and the US behind the Georgian aggression?
US is Flying Georgian Troops into Battle Zone
flying Georgian troops home from Iraq
seize army base inside Georgia
brushes aside ceasefire calls after Georgia withdraws
Russian forces were moving to take total control of South Ossetia last
night as Georgia withdrew troops amid intense diplomatic efforts for
a ceasefire to end the three-day conflict in which 2,000 people have
reportedly been killed and up to 22,000 displaced.
Georgian minister: Thanks to Israeli training, we're fending off Russia
Jewish Georgian Minister Temur Yakobshvili on Sunday praised the Israel
Defense Forces for its role in training Georgian troops and said Israel
should be proud of its military might, in an interview with Army Radio.
Is Genocide’: American Witness Says U.S. and Georgia to Answer
• Russia steps
up attacks on Georgia
• Georgian troops
burn South Ossetian refugees alive
• Lavrov tells
Rice about Georgia’s numerous war crimes in S Ossetia
forces keep shooting at Russian peacekeepers
• Russia points
to media bias in coverage of S.Ossetia conflict
mercenaries help Georgia?
• US partly to
blame – ex Georgian FM
• Tbilisi civilian
airport hit in Russian air strike
• Oil prices
rise on S. Ossetia war
in the Caucasus: Towards a Broader Russia-US Military Confrontation?
bureaucrats outnumber British army two to one, say campaigners
A study released by the Open Europe think tank,
which wants to control the influence and scale of the EU, has found
that 170,000 people now work for EU institutions.
Law" Declared in Arkansas Town
Areas of a town in Arkansas have been placed under a 24-hour, non-stop
curfew described by the mayor as "almost akin to martial law".
income hits record as oil prices soar
Opec nations earned as much in the first half
of this year as they did in the whole of 2007 – thanks both to
record oil prices and record production – triggering a big increase
in its spending.
at crossroads amid brighter US outlook
planes make secret landings in Kenya
US military planes have been making secretive
landings in Kenya in what is feared to be an effort to move terror suspects.
tape says Musharraf lets US run Pakistan
intelligence agencies tapped Benazir Bhutto’s phone
lighting Mideast powder keg?
Three more US warships are reportedly heading towards the Persian Gulf
amid ongoing tension in the region.
questions Dennis Kucinich about 9/11
WeAreChangeLA asks Dennis Kucinich about breaking the silence in regards
to using the truth about 9/11 as the 'portal into truth,' so that people
will begin to look at many other pressing issues (lies).
Genocide, Dead Americans Cost Of U.S.-Russia Proxy War
The truth behind who is primarily responsible
for the bloodshed unfolding in South Ossetia and surrounding areas has
been buried by the western corporate media.
Can Defend Himself in Court and Obtain Justice Against the FBI
The FBI says it is "too bad" that it can't present its evidence against
Ivins in court, while Ivins' many defenders say that Ivins could have
cleared his name in court if he were still alive.
Conversation With a Ft. Detrick Scientist
cloak one step closer, scientists say
Scientists have created two new types of materials
that can bend light the wrong way, creating the first step toward an
invisibility cloaking device.
2008 opening ceremony ‘faked’
As the ceremony got under way with a dramatic, drummed countdown, viewers
watching at home and on giant screens inside the Bird's Nest National
Stadium watched as a series of giant footprints outlined in fireworks
processed gloriously above the city from Tiananmen Square.
were the Mossad with fraudulent New Zealand Passports doing in Iraq?
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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