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Saturday, March 05, 2005
Reuters | Latest Financial News / Full News CoverageReuters | Latest Financial News / Full News Coverage: "TEHRAN (Reuters) - Iran said on Saturday it would return to making nuclear fuel and that the Middle East would become even more unstable if the Islamic Republic was sent to the U.N. Security Council over its atomic programme."
CNN.com - China: No independence for Taiwan - Mar 5, 2005CNN.com - China: No independence for Taiwan - Mar 5, 2005: "BEIJING, China -- Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao opened the annual session of the National People's Congress in Beijing by saying a planned anti-secession law would never permit independence for Taiwan."
FOXNews.com - U.S. & World - Lebanon Troops Take PositionFOXNews.com - U.S. & World - Lebanon Troops Take Position: "BEIRUT, Lebanon � Lebanese army troops took up positions Saturday near the Beirut headquarters of Syrian intelligence but withdrew shortly afterward to a nearby base, hours before Syria's president was expected to announce a pullback of forces in the country. "
FOXNews.com - U.S. & World - Assad to Announce Syrian PullbackFOXNews.com - U.S. & World - Assad to Announce Syrian Pullback: "DAMASCUS, Syria � Syrian President Bashar Assad (search) is expected to announce Saturday the pull back of his troops in Lebanon closer to the Syrian border, but U.S. counterpart George W. Bush has rejected anything but a full withdrawal as insufficient. "
Quake Swarm Off Ore. Coast Prompts ReseachMy Way News: "NEWPORT, Ore. (AP) - An earthquake 'swarm' that began last weekend has resulted in thousands of small earthquakes off the Oregon coast in recent days but the size of the quakes did not pose any tsunami threat, officials said."
Friday, March 04, 2005
North Korea ends missile-test moratorium, raising nuclear stakesNorth Korea ends missile-test moratorium, raising nuclear stakes: "North Korea ended a self-imposed moratorium on testing long-range missiles and said 'hostile' US policy was forcing it to develop its nuclear arsenal, prompting immediate condemnation from Japan."
Lebanese troops thwart attackJerusalem Post | Breaking News from Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish World: "Lebanese soldiers dismantled two Katyusha rockets that had been prepared for firing at an Israeli outpost on the south Lebanese border on Friday, security officials said. "
U.N.: AIDS May Kill 80M Africans by 2025My Way News: "ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (AP) - More than 80 million Africans may die from AIDS by 2025, the United Nations said in a report released Friday, and infections could soar to 90 million - or more than 10 percent of the continent's population - if more isn't done soon to fight the disease."
WorldNetDaily: Bush gives Syria 'non-negotiable' deadlineWorldNetDaily: Bush gives Syria 'non-negotiable' deadline: "President Bush has given Syria a 'non-negotiable' deadline to pull all of its troops and agents out of Lebanon by May to pave the way for free parliamentary elections. "
Teacher Accused of Sex AbuseTeacher Accused of Sex Abuse: "The Braxton County teacher admitted having sex with three middle school students, State Police said. "
And they wonder why we want to home school?
World Tribune.com -- Iran threat: Attack by West risks all 'Middle East oil'World Tribune.com -- Iran threat: Attack by West risks all 'Middle East oil'
Iran is said to build atom storage tunnels: printer friendly versionIran is said to build atom storage tunnels: printer friendly version: "VIENNA Iran is using reinforced materials and tunneling deep underground to store nuclear components - measures meant to make the facility resistant to 'bunker busters' and other special weaponry in case of an attack, diplomats said Thursday."
Thursday, March 03, 2005
WorldNetDaily: China deports U.S. church leadersWorldNetDaily: China deports U.S. church leaders: "China deported at least 10 foreign church leaders, including eight Americans, and detained 140 Chinese house-church leaders in connection with a training event in the country. "
WorldNetDaily: Palestinian radio: Tel Aviv club a 'military target'WorldNetDaily: Palestinian radio: Tel Aviv club a 'military target': "Hours after a suicide attack outside a Tel Aviv disco that killed five and injured over 50, official Palestinian media claimed the nightclub was really a secret meeting place for the 'occupation army' and civilians were not targeted, WorldNetDaily has learned. "
WorldNetDaily: B.C. not P.C. for studentsWorldNetDaily: B.C. not P.C. for students: "In what's perceived as a case of political correctness trumping history and everyday usage, students in Australia are now seeing the calendar term B.C. - which stands for 'Before Christ' - being replaced with BCE, meaning 'Before Common Era.' "
Yahoo! News - Lawyer: Man Tried to Set Up Terror Camp In ArizonaYahoo! News - Lawyer: Man Tried to Set Up Terror Camp: "NEW HAVEN, Conn. - A British computer specialist tried to set up a terrorist training camp in Arizona, where he met with Islamic radicals who claimed ties to Osama bin Laden (news - web sites), a government attorney alleged Wednesday. "
Yahoo! News - U.S. Piles Pressure on Iran Over Atomic PlansYahoo! News - U.S. Piles Pressure on Iran Over Atomic Plans: "VIENNA (Reuters) - The United States accused Iran (news - web sites) on Wednesday of deceiving U.N. inspectors over its nuclear arms ambitions, a charge diplomats said increased pressure on Tehran to accept European demands in key talks this month. "
Wednesday, March 02, 2005
World Tribune.com -- China charges U.S. monopolizes the Internet, seeks global controlWorld Tribune.com -- China charges U.S. monopolizes the Internet, seeks global controlChina's ambassador to the United Nations last week called for international controls on the Internet.
Chinese Ambassador Sha Zukang told a UN conference that controls should be multilateral, transparent and democratic, with the full involvement of governments, the private sector, civil society and international organizations.
Yes, because the one world government of the Antichrist can't take it over unless it is in the hands of the world, rather than the US...
WorldNetDaily: U.N. influence on court's juvenile execution banWorldNetDaily: U.N. influence on court's juvenile execution ban: "WASHINGTON � In its stunning 5-4 ruling banning states from executing murderers who committed their crimes before they turned 18, the U.S. Supreme Court majority openly cited a United Nations convention, an international treaty and the laws of the United Kingdom in arriving at its sweeping decision. "
I am still up in the air about how I feel about capital punishment, however what is really disturbing is that our Sepreme Court is looking to the UN for guidance. Is not our Sepreme Court supposed to only interpret the Constitution?
FT.com / World - World is not ready for a flu pandemicFT.com / World - World is not ready for a flu pandemic: "The world is poorly prepared for a future influenza pandemic, with only a dozen countries purchasing significant quantities of antiviral drugs and just 50 with contingency plans on how to cope with such an outbreak."
Tuesday, March 01, 2005
Rice Sees Evidence Syria-Based Group Behind BombingMy Way News: "LONDON (Reuters) - Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice cited what she called 'firm evidence' on Tuesday that the Islamic Jihad militant group helped plan last week's Tel Aviv suicide bombing from Syria."
WorldNetDaily: Iran refuses entrance for nuke inspectionWorldNetDaily: Iran refuses entrance for nuke inspection: "Iran has rejected a request by U.N. nuke inspectors to return to a military base the U.S. suspects is being used as part of a plan to build a nuclear bomb. "
The Scotsman - Top Stories - 66 accused as mammoth child abuse trial beginsThe Scotsman - Top Stories - 66 accused as mammoth child abuse trial begins: "A HUGE paedophile trial opens in France today in which 66 adults - 27 of them women - will appear before a court in Angers charged with the rape and abuse of 45 children aged between six months and 12 years."
So this is what a secularist society gets you...absolute evil!