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Guantanamo Bay abuse allegations bolstered

Recently released FBI memos bolster abuse allegations made by about 10 former and current detainees at the U.S. military prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

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LAPD Studies Facial Recognition Software

The Los Angeles Police Department is experimenting with facial-recognition software it says will help identify suspects, but civil liberties advocates say the technology raises privacy concerns and may not identity people accurately.

Pumping Iron Pyrite: Gray Davis In An Elephant Suit

Waldheim, himself a former Nazi, was also distinguished by his name appearing on the Wehrmacht's "honor list" of those responsible for committing mass murder in the Kozara region of western Bosnia during World War II.

He voted three times, what more can you ask?

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Iran's air force ordered to defend nuclear facilities from `flying objects'

Iran's air force has been ordered to shoot down any unknown or suspicious flying objects in Iran's airspace, an air force spokesman said yesterday, amid state-media reports of sightings of flying objects near Iran's nuclear installations.

Asia Quakes' Tsunamis Kill Nearly 10,000

The world's most powerful earthquake in 40 years struck deep under the Indian Ocean off the west coast of Sumatra on Sunday, triggering tidal waves up to 20 feet high that obliterated villages and seaside resorts in six countries across southern Asia. Nearly 10,000 people were killed in the devastation.
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