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Top CIA Officer: Israel Will Probably attack Iran in Sept.


Baer added that Netanyahu is "also hoping to draw the United States into the conflict, and in fact there's a warning order inside the Pentagon to prepare for conflict with Iran." Continue

Iran Takes up the Nuclear Cudgel

By Kaveh L Afrasiabi

"What we want to convey is a message to the entire world that Iran is trying its best for this argument for non-proliferation,'' Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi. Continue

Libya: The State Of The Masses


Understanding the Libyan political system: Continue

World’s Worst Humanitarian Crisis in Somalia:
U.S. Sends in the Marines and More Drones

By Glen Ford

The newly activated Marine task force will augment America’s stepped up drone attacks against the Shabab, an escalation of Obama’s second shooting war in Africa, and war number 6, globally. Continue

Bodyguard who Killed Karzai's Brother was Trusted CIA Contact

By Julius Cavendish in Kabul

Sardar Mohammad, who shot Ahmed Wali Karzai at his home in Kandahar City on Tuesday, also held regular meetings with British officials, and had two brothers-in-law serving in a CIA-run paramilitary unit. Continue

Mainstream Media Won't Report on CIA's Secret Sites


As the CIA expands covert missions, it's no surprise than many of their operations go unreported. Jeremy Scahill of The Nation says, though, that many outlets are aware of some injustice carried out by the CIA and are just failing to report them. Continue

House Leaders to Palestine:
Seek UN Recognition, Forget Foreign Aid

By Josh Rogin

The top Republican and Democrat foreign aid leaders are warning the Palestinian Authority (PA) that U.S. aid will be withheld if the Palestinians seek recognition of a Palestinian state at the United Nations in September. Continue

Murdoch is Toxic and Dead

By George Galloway

George talks about the End of Murdoch dominance over media. Continue

Piigs, Presstitutes and the Global Meltdown

By Gerald Celente

From India to Israel, Brazil to Bangladesh, Chile to Russia, no nation will escape the economic fallout and few will escape the political consequences. Continue

Ten Years Ago Portugal Legalized All Drugs
What Happened Next?

By Tony O'Neil

When the nation legalized all drugs within its borders, most critics predicted disaster. But a decade later, drug use has plunged dramatically. Continue

Gunfight leaves 14, including 7 security forces dead in W. Afghanistan: Fourteen people including seven security forces and seven insurgents have been killed during an operation launched Friday in Bala Buluk district, Farah province 695 km west of capital city Kabul
Afghan army soldier kills NATO occupation force soldier: – An Afghan army soldier killed at least one foreign soldier in southern Helmand province on Saturday, a senior police source said,
10 killed, 70 injured in bomb attacks in Iraq: The attacks started Friday afternoon after two car bombs exploded at a garage near the Shiite shrine in north of Karbala city, about 110 km of Baghdad. It killed three people and wounded 15 others
5 killed, 26 wounded in Iraq bombings: Two separate blasts killed five people and wounded nearly three dozen Saturday, Iraqi officials said, in the latest reminder of the violence and instability in the country as US troops prepare to leave.
U.S. occupation force soldier killed in southern Iraq: The military gave no further details in a statement released late Friday, and the name of the dead service member is being withheld pending notification of next of kin.
10 Libya rebels killed in push for oil town: Ten rebel fighters were killed in an advance on the strategic oil town of Brega in eastern Libya on Saturday
Fox enters henhouse: West prepares to hand rebels Gaddafi's billions: The statement by nations meeting in Istanbul for the fourth time since Nato attacks against Gaddafi's regime began in March could allow the US to free up more than $30bn of Gaddafi's assets held by American banks for the opposition fighters. France has agreed to unfreeze $250m in assets for the opposition
Libya's foreign assets exceed $100bn, say rebels: Libya's has at least $100bn of assets abroad and Libya’s Transitional National Council expects a portion of the frozen funds to be released or to obtain borrowing against them.
Another dangerous case of the U.S. misjudging an ally: Video : 'US picks wrong allies again, cannot accept defeat in Libya'
Nato strikes at Libya's oil in bid to oust Gaddafi': Bregav is now under the control of the regime, denying the opposition administration based in Benghazi a highly lucrative source of income.
Libya: The State Of The Masses: Understanding the Libyan political system:
Syrians mourn the dead as opposition seeks change: Tens of thousands of Syrians shouting “We want freedom!” carried slain protesters through the streets Saturday as opposition figures meeting in Turkey called for a united front to bring down the 40-year ruling dynasty of the Assad family.
Syrian opposition urges civil disobedience: Exiled dissidents meet in Turkey as mourners bury victims of Friday's security crackdown on anti-Assad demonstrators.
New footage show Bahraini brutality: A new video has emerged on YouTube depicting the latest brutality of the Saudi-backed Al Khalifa regime forces against the Bahraini people.
Yemen protesters form council to run country: Coalition of anti-government protesters says presidential council to run affairs until Saleh's government is toppled.
Clashes erupt at pro-reform protest in Jordan: Several people injured as police use batons to break up anti-government demonstration in Amman.
Erekat: U.S. has no reason to veto Palestinian bid to UN for statehood: "Israel has ruined the peace (process), and the United States must reconsider its stance on the matter," the Palestinian negotiator said.
The Zionist Story.: An independent film by Ronen Berelovich, is the story of ethnic cleansing, colonialism and apartheid to produce a demographically Jewish State.
Somalia crisis one of 'largest in decades': US and Germany promise increased aid as East African drought victims continue to flood camps in Kenya and Ethiopia.
Spare us Gordon Brown. You sacrificed your morals to Rupert Murdoch long ago: For Gordon Brown to complain about the invasion of 'private grief' is like Faustus moaning that someone had forged his signature with the Devil.
Latin America holds one fifth of world's oil: Venezuela's reserves rise to 297 billion barrels with heavy oil in the Orinoco Belt and Brazil's capacity is growing.
Chavez delegates powers to vice-president: Venezuelan leader cedes authority to deputy and finance minister as he prepares for a second round of cancer treatment
Starving for Justice: California's Prison Hunger Strikes Spread: Thousands of inmates in at least 13 prisons across California’s troubled prison system have been on hunger strike for almost two weeks. Many are protesting in solidarity with inmates held in Pelican Bay State Prison, California’s first super-maximum security prison, over what prisoners say are cruel and unusual conditions
European stress tests: banks set for 'chaos Monday' after nine fail: European banks are set for a day of “chaos” on Monday as investors and analysts derided the latest round of industry stress tests as “inadequate”.
.The 15 Countries Buried Under The Most Debt: We've ranked the 15 states with the worst debt to GDP ratios, and added CDS prices (where available) to point out what the market thinks of their outlook.
The new "Let them eat cake!": 10 shocking, illuminating moments that prove just how out of touch the powerful really are.

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