"Iraqi government declines comment on U.S. raid on Iranian consulate in Erbil By Hosam al-Shahmani Baghdad, Jan 11, (VOI) – The Iraqi government on Thursday declined to comment on the U.S. forces raid on the Iranian consulate in Erbil and said it was waiting for “a...
One of the most interesting parts of President George Bush's speech last night was his cryptic remarks, and an implicit threat, directed at Iran and Syria."Iran is providing material support for attacks on...
"Two Indian women, who were allegedly forced into prostitution in Sharjah, have escaped from the clutches of their captors.
The women, aged 31 and 32, made their getaway yesterday from a flat where they were locked up, and have been brought to the Indian consulate in Dubai....
"Nine Filipinas have been arrested for alleged involvement in prostitution, following a police complaint filed by Philippine authorities on behalf of three women, who had been tricked into prostitution.
The Philippine Consulate General said the nine, most of them believed to...
We have seen the outpouring of support for Oaxaca and Brad Will across North America, South America, and throughout the world. There were protests yesterday and today at Mexican consulates across the US, and...
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"He recognized the signs of war that appeared in the diplomatic
traffic, and tried to get a warning message to Pearl Harbor several
days before the attack, but was rebuffed by Admiral Noyes, the director
of Naval communication."
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Takeo was the Japanese spy inside Pearl Harbor. On December 6, 1941,
Takeo sent his final message: *No barrage balloons sighted, Battleships
are without crinolines. No indications of air or sea alert wired to
nearby islands. Enterprise and Lexington [aircraft carriers]...
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"If President Roosevelt had no responsibility for matters in
connection with the Pearl Harbor attack, all blame for the mistakes
which were apparently made, must fall upon the Army and Navy. As the
President was in complete control of the whole situation, the Army and
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The Roosevelt administration knew through reading the Japanese naval
traffic, that all Japanese merchant vessels were to return to their
home waters by December 7, 1941. They also knew a lot more than just
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