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Unqualified medics 'did amputations' at Abu Ghraib

UNQUALIFIED US military medics stationed at Iraq's Abu Ghraib prison reportedly carried out amputations and recycled used chest tubes.

>> Hundreds of Iraqis protest alleged voting irregularities

>> CIA Agrees in Principle to Disclose Nazi Records

>> Documents reveal CIA recruited five of Eichmann's associates

>> Cheney Won't Run for President, Not Even if Begged

>> Iraq clashes intensify

>> Egypt engineers abducted in Iraq

>> The Rape Of Europa

Daily Show: The Great Liberators


>> US agents ‘kidnapped militant’ for torture in Egypt

>> Woman, 73, jailed for feeding pigeons

>> Taxpayers cannot be compelled by the IRS to turn over personal and private property

>> MP calls for DNA database

>> Rumsfeld: Iran 'Years Away' from Nuclear Weapon

>> North Korea rebuffs Bush speeches

>> North Korea threatens: U.S. bases 'sea of fire'


>> Lawmaker to fight camera proposal

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Bulletproof Cameras ready to Patrol New Orleans

The intent was obvious. The man aimed an AK47 at the newly installed crime camera and fired away. "All it did was get him arrested," chuckled New Orleans' chief technology officer Greg Meffert. "The camera immediately notified the police and tracked him until he was caught."

New York Times Killed Bush 'Bulge' Story Before Election

In the weeks leading up to the November 2 election, the New York Times was abuzz with excitement. Besides the election itself, the paper’s reporters were hard at work on two hot investigative projects, each of which could have a major impact on the outcome of the tight presidential race.

Steven Colbert gets behind the reasons for war, retroactively.

>> Daily Show: G.I. D'oh

>> So Help Me God

>> Smile

Iran 'to retaliate if US attacks'

Iran's top nuclear negotiator says Iran will retaliate and accelerate its efforts to develop nuclear technology if attacked by the US or Israel.

Rumsfeld: Reporters not told what to write

Journalists were not told what to write when they were assigned articles about Europe for Pentagon-run Web sites, Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld said Sunday. The practice is now under review by the military's chief investigator.

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