According to reports by The Canadian Press:
" President Robert Mugabe branded supporters of the country's main opposition Movement for Democratic Change party as traitors in comments broadcast repeatedly on state radio Tuesday, raising fears of new political violence two...
Rape, Torture, and Lies An ongoing Canadian saga has a sad new twist today: photojournalist Ziba Zahra Kazemi was likely brutally tortured and raped before her death in Iran in 2003. Arrested after a demonstration, the official Iranian line has been that her death was an...
AP - Hundreds of volunteers, some of them armed, are expected to take up positions along the Mexican border Friday and begin patrolling for illegal immigrants an exercise some fear could attract racist crackpots and lead to vigilante violence.
The latest batch of declassified military files contains some of the most damning evidence to date about treatment of detainees, including the story of one young Iraqi’s hellish experience in US custody.
The second Bush term is going to make the first four years look like the the good old days.
Beyond the few wealthy ones who really did have self-interests in Bush winning (and the yuppie wannabes trying to get into that elite club) a huge wave of white, working class...
This story has two parts. In the first part, we see video, shot from the ground, with accompanying audio of AC-130 gunships in actual combat use in Iraq. In the second part, we learn about why such clips have never been shown before in any news reports, whether on TV or on...
Canadian Press - TAIPEI, Taiwan (AP) - In one of the largest demonstrations in Taiwan's history, about a million people marched through the capital on Saturday to protest a new Chinese law that authorizes an attack on the island if it moves toward formal independence.
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AFP - The UN World Food Program said that due to a lack of donations it was going to have to gradually stop supplying rations to 6.5 million North Koreans, and called on Pyongyang to lift restrictions on the distribution of aid.
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Reuters - President Bush signed
legislation into law on Friday extending by two years the life
of a government panel charged with declassifying CIA documents
that detail the spy agency's ties to former Nazis and war
Power employees marched through Baghdad's streets shouting "no to terror" yesterday in protest against attacks that have killed dozens of their colleagues, while demonstrators in the south demanded that the new oil minister be from their region.
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