Wednesday, 27 April 2011

Putin "Gobsmacked" By NATO's Bombing Of Libya

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Do you know how many peaceful civilians perish because of these missile attacks, no matter what reasons are behind them?' Continue

Shadow of Syrian Conflict Stretching into Lebanon

By Robert Fisk

Every night, Syrian state television is a horror show. Naked corpses with multiple bullet wounds, backs of heads sliced off. All Syrian soldiers, it insists, murdered by "the treacherous armed criminal gangs" Continue

U.S. Needs its Own ‘Arab Spring’ to Counter Power of Pro-Israel Lobby

By Pam Bailey and Medea Benjamin

For too long, U.S. foreign policy has been skewed by a fear of offending Israel – or rather, the Israeli government and its right-wing arm in the United States, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC). Continue

Gitmo Doctors Hid Evidence of Torture

By Spencer Ackerman

They explained away the bone fractures, didn’t ask what caused the lacerations, and called the hallucinations routine. Continue

Fleeing Dollar Flood & Fraud

By Max Keiser

Members of the International Monetary Fund emerged from their huddle in Washington last weekend resolved to keep every option open to slow the flood of dollars pouring into their countries, including capital controls. Continue

Michigan’s “Emergency” Financial Regime:
What Fascism Looks Like

By Glen Ford

Fascism is not all about jack-boots and guys with mustaches. It is a system of economic and social control. Continue

Welcome To The USA
Miss USA Sexually Molested by TSA:


In the situation I'm about to describe, I felt truly violated and believe I should let my voice be heard. Ultimately, I hope others will do the same. Continue

Oil Prices: Gouge Us Baby One More Time

By Laura Flanders

While Americans keep paying, Big Oil keeps on profiting. The top five companies together made a greasy trillion dollars profit over the last decade. Continue

At least 15 dead as Yemen's Saleh clings to power: Thirteen protesters and two policemen were killed in violence across the country's restive south and the capital, officials and medical sources said, as anti-Saleh demonstrators vowed they would not stop.
8 Foreign Occupation Force Troops Killed in Afghanistan: Afghan army officer opens fire at air force headquarters after an argument, killing eight soldiers and a contractor.
3 Afghan soldiers killed, 2 Pakistani troops injured in clash along border area: According to the report, the firing between the two sides is still going on following the intrusion of the Afghan government forces into the Pakistani side in the Angoor Adda area of South Waziristan
Four killed, 21 wounded in Iraq's violence: A Kurdish security man was killed, three bodies were found and 21 people were wounded in separate gunfire and bomb attacks in northern and central Iraq, the police said on Wednesday.
Libya asked Russia to convene emergency meeting of the UN Security Council: The authorities in Libya Tuesday, April 26, appealed to Russia to convene an emergency meeting of the UN Security Council to discuss the Action Coalition, which marked the Libyan side as Western aggression.
Putin says Libyan oil main goal of NATO campaign: ""Libya has the biggest oil resources in Africa and the fourth largest gas resources," Putin said during a news conference in Copenhagen. "It raises the question: isn't this the main object of interest to those operating there."
Oil for food guns: US loosens sanctions on Libya : US loosens sanctions on Libya to enable US firms to buy oil from rebel forces so that they can "use the income from oil sales to purchase weapons and other supplies".
Gates hints at killing Gadhafi: US Defense Secretary Robert Gates said Tuesday that Libyan military command centers "wherever we find them" are legitimate targets for U.S. and NATO air attack, suggesting that "strongman" Moammar Gadhafi himself is increasingly in danger.
Libya: Is NATO guilty of conspiracy to commit murder?: NATO should not be in Libya for several reasons, the main one being that the hype about Colonel Gaddafy attacking his own poor innocent unarmed civilians is in a word, baloney. In another, Bullshit!
Ex-CIA chief: Kadhafi was good partner: The former chief of the CIA on Tuesday praised Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi's past cooperation and said his downfall could complicate US interests in the short term.
Gaddafi arms Libyan 'home guard' – minimum age 17: Regime in Libya trains civilians in use of AK-47s in attempt to build resistance to Pro NATO Enemy Combatants
Gaddafi envoys in Caracas for Libya crisis talks, says Chávez: Libyan delegation arrived several days ago to discuss solution to end Nato's 'crazy' bombing, Venezuelan president adds
Three Syrian soldiers killed, 15 injured by "terrorists": A military source said " extremist and terrorist groups" attacked some Syrian army units Tuesday along the road leading to the occupied Golan Heights, killing three soldiers and wounding 15, the official SANA news agency reported.
More than 230 ruling Baath members resign in Syria: : Another 203 members of Syria's ruling Baath party announced their resignation Wednesday in protest at the deadly crackdown on protesters, raising the number to 233, according to lists seen by AFP.
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Shiites decry 'persecution in Bahrain': Shiites face fast-tracked martial courts, continued detention of hundreds, demolition of mosques and arbitrary dismissal of employees in the Sunni-ruled kingdom, they say.
Bahrain: We must speak out about brutality in the Gulf: To have different levels of tolerance for different despots raises awkward questions.
Fatah and Hamas agree to historic Palestinian reconciliation deal: Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas's Fatah movement hammered an historic reconciliation deal with the rival Hamas group on Wednesday, agreeing to form an interim government and fix a date for general election within the year.
Israel's West Bank policies render the two-state solution DOA: Despite Netanyahu's rhetoric, the facts on the ground - illegal outposts, failure to abide by court rulings, unfettered settler activity- make peace a distant dream.
'US prisons, crime against humanity': An estimated 3,000 people are held and tortured in secret rendition prisons around the world by the US war apparatus of which 95% are reportedly innocent.
Mexican Narco-Trafficker’s Revelation Exposes Drug War’s Duplicity: Trail of Government Intrigue Leads Back to Cocaine Jet That Crashed in Mexico’s Yucatan :

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