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2 Are Convicted in [Government-Backed] Plot to Bomb Kennedy Airport

2 Are Convicted in [Government-Backed] Plot to Bomb Kennedy Airport --Government involvement: The informant had played a somewhat enabling role in pushing forward the terror plot. 02 Aug 2010 A federal jury found two Guyanese men guilty on Monday of conspiring to blow up Kennedy International Airport, concluding a month-long trial that centered on the men’s plan to set off a series of explosions along a fuel pipeline that cuts through the city... The defendants, Russell M. Defreitas and Abdul Kadir, had been monitored from an early stage in the plot by the confidential informant, who posed as a member of the group, which included a number of other participants. The informant, Steven Francis, had recorded the men during surveillance missions to the airport and on international trips to secure financial and logistical support for the attack

Obama Says U.S. Shifting Out of Combat Role in Iraq

Obama Says U.S. Shifting Out of Combat Role in Iraq 02 Aug 2010 President Barack Obama told an organization of disabled veterans today that the end of the U.S. combat mission in Iraq by the end of the month won’t mean an end to the fighting there. "There are still those with bombs and bullets who will try to stop Iraq’s progress," he said to the national convention of the Disabled American Veterans in Atlanta. "The hard truth is we have not seen the end of American sacrifice in Iraq." [Right, now it can morph into the full-blown contracting bl*wjob it was always destined to be. Remember Bush's 'Mission Accomplished?' That was supposed to signify the end of the fighting so the contractor and mercenary funding could begin in earnest. Instead, the US had to pay the pseudo-resistance (aka 'the surge') to stop fighting, or face an even greater ignominious defeat. When the soldiers leave, the actual resistance will likely take care of the oil predators. --LRP]

Dutch troops leave Afghanistan

Dutch troops leave Afghanistan 02 Aug 2010 The Netherlands has ended its four-year military involvement in Afghanistan, handing over control of Uruzgan province to US and Australian troops. The Dutch government was thrown out of office earlier this year when it failed win support for extending the deployment of its almost 2,000-strong force.

Google, CIA Invest in 'Future' of Web Monitoring

Google, CIA Invest in 'Future' of Web Monitoring --Recorded Future Scours Tens of Thousands of Web Sites to Predict the Future 30 Jul 2010 The investment arms of the CIA and Google are both backing a company that monitors the web in real time -- and says it uses that information to predict the future. The company is called Recorded Future, and it scours tens of thousands of websites, blogs and Twitter accounts to find the relationships between people, organizations, actions and incidents -- both present and still-to-come.

Israel warns Hamas after rocket fire

Israel warns Hamas after rocket fire 01 Aug 2010 Israel's prime minister issued a stern warning Sunday to Gaza's Hamas rulers after a weekend of rocket attacks from the Palestinian territory on Israeli communities. Benjamin Netanyahu told his Cabinet that Israel holds the Islamic militant group responsible for the rare flare-up in violence and would retaliate for any attack against its people.

Israeli warplanes attack Gaza tunnels

Israeli warplanes attack Gaza tunnels 01 Aug 2010 Israeli warplanes have attacked two tunnels in the south of Gaza strip in its second strike during the last 48 hours, the Israeli military says. The Sunday's attack caused damage but no casualties were reported, Reuters said. Palestinians, who have been under Israeli siege since 2007, use the tunnels to bring in goods, food and fuel into the coastal enclave.

Climate data show global warming undeniable

Climate data show global warming undeniable 29 Jul 2010 A combination of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) images show September Arctic sea ice in 1979, the first year these data were available, and 2009 in this image from a report released on July 28, 2010... September Arctic sea ice is one of the 10 key indicators of a warming planet. Melting glaciers, more humid air and eight other key indicators show that global warming is undeniable, scientists said on Wednesday, citing a new comprehensive review of the last decade of climate data.

Foreclosure activity up across most US metro areas

Foreclosure activity up across most US metro areas 30 Jul 2010 Households across a majority of large U.S. cities received more foreclosure warnings in the first six months of this year than in the first half of 2009, new data show. In all, 154 out of 206 metropolitan areas with at least 200,000 residents posted an annual increase in foreclosure activity between January and June, foreclosure listing firm RealtyTrac Inc. said Thursday.

Fox News Receives Front-Row Seat in White House Briefing Room

Mega barf alert! Fox News Receives Front-Row Seat in White House Briefing Room 01 Aug 2010 The White House Correspondents’ Association on Sunday announced that Faux News will get a coveted front-row seat in the White House briefing room. The Associated Press will take Helen Thomas' old seat, while Fox News will now occupy AP's former seat. NPR and Bloomberg also applied for the position.

US Stimulus Package for Iraq: $5 Billion Spent on Incomplete Electrical Grid

US Stimulus Package for Iraq: $5 Billion Spent on Incomplete Electrical Grid 02 Aug 2010 The United States has spent $5 billion on electrical projects alone, nearly 10 percent of the $53 billion it has devoted to rebuilding Iraq, second only to what it has spent on rebuilding Iraq’s security forces. The special inspector general for Iraqi reconstruction, Stuart W. Bowen Jr., said that one quarter of 54 reconstruction projects his office had investigated -- including those providing electricity and other basic services -- had not been completed or carried on by the Iraqis they were built for. [Notice GOP hypocrites never vote to block or filibuster the billion-dollar Iraq/AfPak stimulus packages. That's because the whole kit and caboodle was/is to benefit US corporaterrorists and mercenaries, not the people suffering in US occupied nations. --LRP]

Two men held over MI6 and Downing Street parcel bombs

Two men held over MI6 and Downing Street parcel bombs 01 Aug 2010 Two men are being held by police today after two parcel bombs reportedly addressed to 10 Downing Street and MI6 were intercepted last week. The suspects, aged 52 and 21, were arrested on suspicion of explosive offences at separate addresses in Caernafon, north Wales, on Friday by Metropolitan police officers and local police. The Met said one package was found at the postal handling centre for MI6 near to its headquarters on the Albert Embankment, in London. It would not confirm or deny that the other, held at a south London sorting office, was addressed to Downing Street.

UAE to suspend Blackberry service on security fears

UAE to suspend Blackberry service on security fears --Cites security concerns regarding data exported offshore 01 Aug 2010 Blackberry maker Research In Motion was hit with its first major ban on Sunday after the United Arab Emirates, citing security risks, said Blackberry services would be barred in October. The move, which will affect half a million users as well as visitors to the Gulf state, follows a warning from Bahrain in April against using Blackberry Messenger software to distribute local news and security concerns raised by India last week.

U.S. military chief warns of attack option against Iran

U.S. military chief warns of attack option against Iran 01 Aug 2010 America's top military chief has warned that the country has a plan to attack Iran. Admiral Mike Mullen, chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, said a military strike is an option if Tehran presses ahead with plans to build a nuclear weapon. While admitting that going to war could destabilise the Middle East, Admiral Mullen said the risk of allowing the Iranian regime's atomic ambitions to continue unchecked was unacceptable. [What about the Israeli regime's atomic ambitions? Hello, Pot? This is Kettle...]

July 'deadliest' for Afghan civilians

July 'deadliest' for Afghan civilians 02 Aug 2010 The number of civilian casualties in Afghanistan has seen a dramatic increase in July, with as many as 270 civilians and about 560 injured in terrorist attacks, an Afghan official says. Citing a 29 per cent and a 5 per cent increase in the number of civilian casualties and attacks respectively, in the war-torn country of Afghanistan, the country's Interior Ministry spokesman Zemeri Bashary told a news conference on Sunday that a total of 765 terrorist attacks were mounted in July, a Press TV correspondent reported.

BP urged to resort to its former name

BP urged to resort to its former name 02 Aug 2010 Embattled oil giant BP is reportedly facing pressure to rename its US petrol stations under their old Amoco brand as the backlash in America shows no sign of easing. The distributors who control most of BP's US forecourts are pushing the group to revert back to the traditional American Amoco branding for fear of further sales pain following the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, according to reports at the weekend.

US has Iran attack plan, says admiral

US has Iran attack plan, says admiral 01 Aug 2010 Barack Obama's main military adviser said today the US does have a plan to attack Iran should it become needed as a means of stopping the Tehran government from acquiring nuclear weapons. Admiral Mike Mullen, chairman of the joint chiefs of staff and the country's highest ranking officer, was asked by 'Meet the Press' on NBC whether the military had a plan to attack Iran. "We do," he replied. Mullen's comment was a rare admission on the part of any senior figure in the US government that plans have been drawn up for possible military action against Iran.

Afghan violence kills two US-led troops

Afghan violence kills two US-led troops 01 Aug 2010 Two US-led soldiers have been killed in southern Afghanistan as the death toll among foreign troops in the war-crippled county has hit a record high in July. According to NATO, one foreign soldier was killed by an improvised explosive device and another troop was killed during militants' attacks in Afghanistan's volatile south.

Companies start shipping U.S. flu vaccines

Companies start shipping U.S. flu vaccines --170 million vaccines expected for U.S. market --Universal vaccination now recommended [by the same pharmaterrorists who create the pandemics-for-profit.] 30 Jul 2001 Two flu vaccine makers said on Friday they had started shipping supplies for the U.S. market, one of the earliest starts ever to distributing seasonal influenza vaccine. And U.S. officials said they were changing the labeling on a vaccine made by Australia's CSL Ltd because it appears to have caused a higher than usual rate of seizures in children.

The American left and the WikiLeaks documents

The American left and the WikiLeaks documents By David Walsh 31 July 2010 The release by WikiLeaks of 92,000 secret documents has helped expose the brutal, neo-colonial character of the US-led war in Afghanistan. The documents detail US military atrocities against the Afghan population, reveal the scope of the opposition to the foreign occupation, and expose the stooge regime in Kabul for what it is, a coalition of big business interests, drug lords and sadistic killers... The US media has worked hand in glove with the White House and Pentagon to conceal the horrific character of the conflict. Despite that, the population defeated the Republicans in two elections, 2006 and 2008, in part because of opposition to and suspicion about what the US military was up to in Iraq and Afghanistan. Brought to power promising "change," the Obama administration has continued and escalated the military intervention.

Syria warns of another war in Mideast

Syria warns of another war in Mideast 01 Aug 2010 Syria's President Bashar al-Assad has once again warned that the Middle East is increasingly moving toward regional hostilities. Assad said on Sunday that the "real peace spectrum in the region is moving away and the prospects of war and confrontation are increasing," DPA reported. Speaking on 65th anniversary of the Syrian military's establishment, Assad said Damascus would stand by its claim to the Golan Heights, which has been under Israeli occupation since Tel Aviv's full-scale offensives against the Arab territories in 1967.

MI6 becomes target for bombers

MI6 becomes target for bombers 01 Aug 2010 Parcel bombs have been intercepted at Britain's MI6 spy agency. The foreign intelligence agency has said two bombs were sent to the offices from Caernarfon, northwest Wales. Two suspects have been arrested on suspicion of sending the explosives, after the suspicious packages were found last week.

'If you're coming out with a revelation the government doesn't want, you don't get cooperation from the New York Times.'

Tarpley's Take on WikiLeaks - Webster Tarpley's view on WikiLeaks - audio (@ 47.45 into .mp3) 01 Aug 2010 "...[Y]ou and I know that if you're coming out with some revelation that the government doesn't want, say something about 9/11 truth, you don't get the New York Times, the Guardian and Der Spiegel co-operating with you." --Webster Tarpley's view on WikiLeaks, expressed in an interview on 28 July 2010.

Witness says Army offered him cash to 'infiltrate' WikiLeaks

Witness says Army offered him cash to 'infiltrate' WikiLeaks 01 Aug 2010 Before the online site WikiLeaks published a trove of classified documents about the Afghanistan war, government investigators interviewed Boston-area acquaintances of a military analyst charged with providing other documents to the site in an effort to prevent additional leaks, according to one person interviewed in the probe. The investigators from the Army and the State Department seemed to be "looking for classified documents that they thought to be in the Boston area," said the acquaintance... The man, a computer expert who met Pfc. Bradley E. Manning in January, said he told the investigators in mid-June that he knew of no such documents. The interview was among at least two investigators conducted in the Boston area after Manning was accused of giving WikiLeaks State Department cables and a video of a helicopter attack in which unarmed civilians were killed in Baghdad [by US forces]. The computer expert also said the Army offered him cash to, in his word, "infiltrate" WikiLeaks.

Iraqis to sue US firm at Abu Ghraib

'These men were senselessly tortured by a company that profited from their misery.' Iraqis to sue US firm at Abu Ghraib 31 Jul 2010 A US court has given the green light to 72 Iraqis to proceed with a lawsuit against a private contractor accused of complicity in the alleged abuse of detainees at the US-run Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq. US District Judge Peter Messitte ruled that the Iraqis can proceed in their case against L3 Communications and its unit formerly known as Titan Group, which provided interpreters to the US army in Iraq after the US invasion. The 72 former prisoners released after being imprisoned for between one month and four years from 2003 to 2008, accuse L3 employees of beatings, torture, sexual aggression, the use of electric shock, mock executions and hangings from their feet.

US chopper down in Afghanistan

US chopper down in Afghanistan 31 Jul 2010 A US helicopter has crashed in northeastern Afghanistan as the death toll of foreign forces in the volatile country continues to set new records. The US Air Force chopper went down in the Afghan province of Kunar on Saturday, a Press TV correspondent reported. The US military's press office in Kunar said the helicopter made an emergency landing in the area due to technical failures. It added that a number of soldiers have been injured in the incident.

Enbridge warned of corrosion in Michigan pipeline weeks before spill

Enbridge warned of corrosion in Michigan pipeline weeks before spill 30 Jul 2010 Enbridge Inc. faces a growing public relations nightmare around an oil spill in a Michigan river amid reports the pipeline company knew of corrosion on the ruptured line weeks before the incident. The Calgary-based company, under fire for a 3.3 million litre crude oil spill into the lush Kalamazoo River, admitted Thursday the aging Line 6B had been subject to more than 100 repairs during the past year. But the ruptured pipe near the town of Marshall had not been tagged as a hot spot in Enbridge's maintenance plan.

Documents indicate heavy use of dispersants in gulf spill

Corexit we can believe in: Documents indicate heavy use of dispersants in gulf spill 'Every day the Coast Guard gave its approval.' 01 Aug 2010 ...Amid concerns about the environmental effects of the dispersants, the Coast Guard granted requests to use them 74 times over 54 days, and to use them on the surface and deep underwater at the well site. The Coast Guard approved every request submitted by BP or local Coast Guard commanders in Houma, La., although in some cases it reduced the amount of the chemicals they could use, according to an analysis of the documents prepared by the office of Rep. Edward J. Markey (D-Mass.).

7 injured in bombing in northern Iraq

7 injured in bombing in northern Iraq 31 Jul 2010 Seven people were injured in a roadside bombing in Mosul on the last day of Iraq's bloodiest month since 2008. A roadside bomb targeting a police convoy was detonated on Saturday in the al-Zinjili area of the northern city of Mosul, the Aswat al-Iraq news agency quoted a local security source as saying. Seven people, including five policemen, were wounded in the attack in Mosul, the capital of Nineveh province, 405 km north of Baghdad.

'Tittle-tattle' behind Iraq invasion

'Tittle-tattle' behind Iraq invasion 31 Jul 2010 Former British Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott says the intelligence which justified the invasion of Iraq for the government of Tony Blair was nothing more than "tittle-tattle." Speaking before the Iraq war inquiry panel, Prescott said he felt "nervous" at the time as the government was claiming that former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein could unleash deadly unconventional attacks on his desired targets within 45 minutes. Prescott attempted to justify his support for the invasion, saying he was responsible for keeping the cabinet united.

Military airstrike video leak suspect in solitary confinement

'Manning's legal future is complex.' Military airstrike video leak suspect in solitary confinement 31 Jul 2010 The Army private charged with leaking an airstrike video and downloading documents remained in solitary confinement Saturday. Military officials told CNN that Pfc. Bradley Manning is also the prime suspect in the latest leak of documents to the WikiLeaks website. Manning was routinely processed Thursday at the Quantico detention facility, a military spokesman said Friday.

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