Thursday, May 19, 2005

Ebola outbreak spreads to Congo

Ebola outbreak spreads to Congo: "The World Health Organisation (WHO) has confirmed an outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus in the Congo has already killed nine people."

FOXNews.com - U.S. & World - Embassy: U.S. and N. Korea Officials Met Last Week

FOXNews.com - U.S. & World - Embassy: U.S. and N. Korea Officials Met Last Week: "TOKYO � U.S. officials met with North Korean officials in New York last week, the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo said Thursday, in an apparent effort to draw the volatile nation back into six-nation nuclear talks. "

Wednesday, May 18, 2005

Weird & wet: Storm Adrian to soak Guatemala and El Salvador, maybe S. Fla.

Weird & wet: Storm Adrian to soak Guatemala and El Salvador, maybe S. Fla.: "Pacific Tropical Storm Adrian likely won't pose any threat to South Florida, other than some rain showers over the weekend, the National Weather Service in Miami said."

Marburg virus toll in Angola crosses 300 mark - Yahoo! News

Marburg virus toll in Angola crosses 300 mark - Yahoo! News: "LUANDA (AFP) - The world's worst outbreak of the Ebola-like Marburg virus has claimed 311 lives in Angola, a joint statement by Angola's health ministry and the World Health Organisation said. "

FOXNews.com - U.S. & World - Violence Flare Threatens Mideast Peace

FOXNews.com - U.S. & World - Violence Flare Threatens Mideast Peace: "GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip � A sharp flare-up of violence Wednesday, including one Palestinian militant killed, an Israeli airstrike against Hamas (search) and the shelling of Jewish settlements, jeopardized a fragile truce and threatened to derail efforts to restart Mideast peace talks. "

Monday, May 16, 2005

CNN.com - NOAA predicts two�or three�hurricanes to hit U.S. - May 16, 2005

CNN.com - NOAA predicts two�or three�hurricanes to hit U.S. - May 16, 2005: "(CNN) -- The nation's weather agency predicted two or three hurricanes could hit the United States this year, based on an Atlantic season forecast released Monday. "

Sunday, May 15, 2005

Israeli Police alert for right-wing riots

Jerusalem Post | Breaking News from Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish World: "Police will go on high alert Monday and will deploy large forces along major highways across the country in preparation for road blocks and acts of civil disturbance threatened by right-wing extremists in protest of the disengagement plan. "

WorldNetDaily: 50-50 chance al-Qaida has nukes, says report

WorldNetDaily: 50-50 chance al-Qaida has nukes, says report: "WASHINGTON � There's a 50-50 chance al-Qaida already has nuclear weapons, says a top intelligence analyst based on an analysis of the findings and the methodology of the U.S. WMD Commission. "