Last Updated: Tuesday, August 12, 2008 19:13 GMT
Largest Naval Deployment Since 1991 Heads For Persian Gulf
The largest naval deployment since 1991 is unfolding as no less than three U.S. warships make their way towards the Persian Gulf in what observers are calling an "unprecedented" build-up, while Kuwait has activated its highest war alert in anticipation of a potential attack on Iran.

Iran warns against 'surprise attack'
Iran's Defense Minister Mohammad-Najjar has warned that its response to a surprise enemy attack would be a greater surprise for the aggressor.

West Palm Beach rookie quits, 2 officers face discipline after being caught on tape beating suspect
One city police officer resigned and two more were placed on administrative leave after a dashboard camera captured images of them punching and kicking a handcuffed man in the face.

Russian Cameraman: CNN Aired Misleading Footage
The Russian cameraman charged that CNN had used his footage of Georgian forces attacking Russian civilians in Tskhinvali, the provincial capital of South Ossetia, but then claimed it showed Russians attacking Georgians in the Georgian town of Gori.

The Caucasus -- Washington risks nuclear war by miscalculation
The dramatic military attack by the military of the Republic of Georgia on South Ossetia in the last days has brought the world one major step closer to the ultimate horror of the Cold War era -- a thermonuclear war.

Stratfor acknowledges Russia defeated US, not Georgian army in South Ossetia
Russian troops do not plan to advance on Tbilisi - Moscow
Russians move Medium Range Ballistic Missile Launchers into South Ossetia
US sends more arms to Georgia
Neocons Call For U.S. War With Russia
Russian invasion rumor panics Georgians
FBI Agent Spotted In Georgia Airport Video
Ossetians Say West Is Behind Conflict
Russian media suppressed in Georgia
The Smell of Propaganda in the Morning

Beijing Plans Labor Camp ‘Show Tours’ for Press, Group Warns
Chinese authorities are secretly moving Falun Gong practitioners out of Beijing-area labor camps and detention centers to prepare for potential visits by foreign media.

Russia Rubbishes Bombing Claims
Russia has slammed claims that its forces are continuing to attack Georgia after announcing an end to the five-day war in the region.

Attacks damaged or destroyed 70% of buildings - Tskhinvali mayor
Civilians perish as Georgian troops torch church

BP shuts Georgia oil, gas pipelines as a precaution
BP has closed two oil and gas pipelines running from its Caspian Sea fields through Georgia but neither has been damaged by recent fighting in the country, a spokesman for the British oil major said on Tuesday.

War a la Carte: How the U.S. Invited a War in South Ossetia

'Cute' girl forced to mime at Olympics ceremony after China banned seven-year-old with crooked teeth
It has now been revealed the voice heard by billions both in Beijing and around the globe was in fact seven-year-old Yang Peiyi, who was banned for her crooked teeth.

NBC responds to Olympic fakery accusations

Some Web Firms Say They Track Behavior Without Explicit Consent
Several Internet and broadband companies have acknowledged using targeted-advertising technology without explicitly informing customers, according to letters released yesterday by the House Energy and Commerce Committee.

Russia 'still bombing Georgia'
Tiblisi says that Russian aircraft are bombing Georgian villages although Russia's president had ordered an end to military operations.

Russia orders end to operation against Georgia
Russia Today Website Targeted In Cyber Attacks

Kuwait on alert for war in Persian Gulf?
Kuwait has activated its Emergency War Plan after an armada of US naval battle groups headed for the Persian Gulf, Middle East Times reports.

Three major US naval strike forces due this week in Persian Gulf

Anthrax Attack Was State-Sponsored Terror (But the State Was America)
A lone scientist couldn't have done it without the support of a whole government laboratory.

Gold, Platinum Lead Commodities Into Bear Market on Growth Risk
Gold, platinum and silver plunged to their lowest in more than seven months.

Oil falls more than $1 as dollar firms

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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