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Reuters

Iran began a fresh phase of uranium enrichment this week just as world powers presented it with incentives to halt nuclear fuel work. Iran resumed feeding "UF6" uranium gas into its pilot 164-centrifuge cascade after a pause of several week

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USTDA DEVELOPS THE CAPACITY OF MEXICO

Mexico's Laws, Real Estate, Banking and Governmental Agencies are all being restructured to allow for a North American Union - The rhetoric will start immediately after the 2006 elections.

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Christian Science Monitor

The world may be teetering on the edge of a worrisome new phase in the sixty-year-old age of atomic weapons. Will nukes now become must-haves for more nations? Experts say there could be 10 new members of the nuclear club by 2015.

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Associated Press

A breakthrough in negotiations over Iran's nuclear program is possible, the republic's president told the UN chief while welcoming unconditional talks with all parties, including the US. President Ahmadinejad said his government would not

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Washington Post

The Bush administration is pressing Europe and Japan to impose wide-ranging sanctions designed to stifle the Iranian leadership financially if diplomatic efforts fail to resolve an impasse over the country's nuclear program, according to internal

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Huffington Post

Oh last week, your probably heard about the May 8 letter from Iran President Mahmoud Ahmandinejad to George W. Bush, which Bush dismissed for not directly addressing the nuclear issue. But most likely, your haven't heard the other May 8 letter

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by Gareth Porter (AntiWar.com)

Iran offered in 2003 to accept peace with Israel and cut off material assistance to Palestinian armed groups and to pressure them to halt terrorist attacks within Israel's 1967 borders, according to the secret Iranian proposal to the United State

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by Jim Lobe (AntiWar.com)

Less than 18 months after President Bush declared in his 2005 Inaugural Address his unequivocal commitment to the "ultimate goal of ending tyranny in our world," tyrants, particularly in the Islamic world, are taking heart.

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Reuters

North Korea may be preparing to launch a long-range ballistic missile that could reach parts of the United States, Japanese media reports said, but Japan's government said it did not believe a launch was imminent.

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Associated Press

The US, eager to find new sources of oil at the time when petroleum prices are skyrocketing, is increasingly giving up its strategy of promoting democracy. Bush has recently made contradictory moves towards key foreign oil producers, sowing confusion

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New York Times

[Must be nice to have nukes.] President Bush's top advisers have recommended dealing with North Korea including beginning negotiations on a peace treaty, even while efforts to dismantle the country's nuclear program are still under way, senio

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Reuters

Risking fines and jail for "trading with the enemy," the New York piano tuner has shipped 237 pianos to Communist-run Cuba since 1995 to replace old Soviet-made pianos damaged by tropical humidity and termites.

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Washington Post

More than a decade after US troops withdrew from Somalia following a distastrous military intervention, officials of Somalia's interim government and some US analysts of Africa policy say the US has returned to the African country

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Washington Post

More than a decade after US troops withdrew from Somalia following a disastrous military intervention, officials of Somalia's interim government say the US has returned, secretly supporting secular warlords who have been waging fierce battles ag

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Reuters

The US has restored full diplomatic ties with Libya, rewarding the longtime pariah nation for scrapping its weapons of mass destruction programs. The US also signalled incentives for Iran and North Korea if they do the same.

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AFP

Vietnam and the United States signed an agreement that should enable Hanoi to join the World Trade Organisation (WTO), state media reported. "After hours of tense and tough talks, Vietnam and the US reached an agreement on Vietnam joining WTO

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BBC

The 18-page document has not yet been made public, but according to leaks, Mr Ahmadinejad spoke of the invasion of Iraq, a US cover-up over the 11 September 2001 attacks, the issue of Israel's right to exist and the role of religion in the world

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Huffington Post

Dick Cheney can talk the talk. He gets it, he really does. It's just to bad he has to hide out in Lithuania when he speaks the truth. Americans today really need to hear what he has to say, and is doubtfull he'll repeat these words at home

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by Jim Lobe (AntiWar.com)

As if rallying fading public support for keeping US troops in a disintegrating Iraq and preparing for a possible military attack on Iran were not enough, some influential hawks are now promoting a confrontational stance against Russia and China

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