Last Updated: Saturday, December 27, 2008 13:23 GMT
Pakistan says no war with India, US leads diplomatic efforts
Pakistan again said on Saturday that it does not want war with India, as the international community tries to defuse tensions between the nuclear-armed neighbours after Islamabad moved troops to the border.

Conflict Between Pakistan and India: Realizing RAND’s Plan for World War Three
Russia ‘extremely concerned’ over India-Pakistan tensions
India issues Pakistan travel warning

Massive Israeli air raids on Gaza kill at least 140: Hamas
Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza on Saturday, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said.

Car bomb kills 22 and wounds 54 in Baghdad
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Obama and the Graveyard of Empires
Joint Chief of Staff Chairman Mike Mullen is reportedly recommending to President-Elect Obama that the U.S. increase by 30,000 its current force of 32,000 in Afghanistan.

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Naked man dies after 4 taser shocks
A naked man wandering around an apartment complex near Houston, Texas died after police shocked him with a taser four times.

Pakistan cancels troops’ leave over India tension
Pakistan’s army has cancelled leave and ordered troops to report to duty because of tension with old rival India over last month’s militant attacks in Mumbai, a military official and soldiers said on Friday.

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The 12 Days of Global Warming
Courtesy of Minnesotans for Global Warming, this entertaining video for today. Merry Christmas everyone, stay warm!

Half of the USA is covered in snow

Al Qaeda is More of a U.S. Propaganda Campaign than a Real Organization
Not only has the U.S. government hyped Al Qaeda, but it has issued numerous fake terror alerts to scare people.

Ten killed across Mexico in Christmas Eve drug violence
Holiday Sales in U.S. Fell as Much as 4%, SpendingPulse Says

Gold Rises Most in a Week on Middle East, South Asia Tensions
Gold prices rose the most in a week as mounting tensions in the Middle East and South Asia boosted the appeal of the precious metal as a haven.

Most Economists Understand Neither The Cause of Nor The Solution To The Financial Crisis
Islamic Banks Are Surviving the Financial Crisis Better Than Western Banks

Crude Oil Could Be on Way to $20 a Barrel: Gulf CEO
The steep drop in oil prices may not be over yet, says the CEO of Gulf Oil.

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En Route to Military Rule
Safety from external danger is the most powerful director of national conduct. Even the ardent love of liberty will, after a time, give way to its dictates.

Web sites could get film-style ratings
The kind of ratings used for films could be applied to Web sites in a bid to better police the Internet and protect children from harmful and offensive material, Britain’s minister for culture has said.

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Poll: 75% glad Bush is done
A new national poll suggests that three out of four Americans feel President Bush’s departure from office is coming not a moment too soon.

Will the U.S. Break Up?
The larger and more complex a system, the more likely it is to break down. Something like a simple pendulum with few moving parts could last many years. But very large, complicated things like the Large Hadron Collider break down much more quickly.

‘Christ would fight global tyranny’
In his Christmas message to Britain, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will hail Jesus as the standard-bearer of justice and call for change.

Group Demands Google Stop Keeping Data Against Users’ Will

Peres hopes Obama doesn’t talk to Iran right away
US president-elect Barack Obama should put aside plans to hold high-level talks with Iran until the Islamic republic’s elections, Israeli President Shimon Peres said in remarks published Friday.

When Trust Runs Out
Every society and every institution rests heavily on trust. There is active trust, the result of “trust, but verify.” I call this stage one trust. Then there is stage two trust, which I call default trust: “Trust, and assume that someone else has verified.”

Paul Watson on the Alex Jones Show: The Gold Rush & The Economy

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


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