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WAR: About that War

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NY Times

The C.I.A. links of Ahmed Wali Karzai, President Hamid Karzai’s brother and a man long linked to the country’s opium trade, has been only part of it. The burden of the momentous decisions on war strategy that will have to be made in the next few week

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321 Gold(Hugo Salinas Price)

The shooting, the bombing and the killing of World War II stopped in August of 1945, and the War was formally over. The US and Britain knew the War was won, in 1944. At that time, a Conference was called among the 44 Allied Powers,

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NY Times

The brother of Afghan President Hamid Karzai has been getting regular payments from the Central Intelligence Agency. Ahmed Wali Karzai is a suspected player in Afghanistan's opium trade and has been paid by the CIA over the past 8 years for services

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AP

A U.N. human rights investigator warned the United States that its use of unmanned warplanes to carry out targeted executions may violate international law. Unless the Obama administration explains the legal basis for targeting particular individuals

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by Dahr Jamail

Attorneys and veteran’s groups are alarmed by recent reports that two US Army soldiers imprisoned at the Fort Lewis Regional Correctional Facility (RCF) have been subjected to human rights abuses and violations of their constitutional rights.

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Reuters

2 suicide bombs tore through Baghdad, killing 132 people, wounding more than 500 and leaving mangled bodies and cars on the streets in one of Iraq's deadliest days this year. The two blasts shredded buildings and smoke billowed from the area near the

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The Future of Freedom Foundation

“Freedom is not free” is a common phrase found in songs, in speeches, and on ribbons, and it’s the inscription inlaid where the walls of the Korean War Veterans Memorial join...

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AP

Gates was "heartened" by allies' commitment to the 8-year-old war as the Obama administration mulls ordering tens of thousands more U.S. troops to the fight. Citing a long-term commitment by NATO partners to remain in Afghanistan until the conflict i

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Russia Today

“It seems quite clear that the contingencies are being set for a potential US attack on Iranian nuclear facilities,” investigative journalist Wayne Madsen told RT after returning from training facilities in the USA.

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National Policy Institute HT Liberty Pulse

The US Federal Reserve was founded in 1913 and allowed America to enter World War I four years later. It has been estimated that only 21 percent of the war effort was funded through taxation. 56 percent of the spending came from Fed-backed borrowing

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Reuters

Afghan President Hamid Karzai must face an election run-off against his main rival on November 7, to resolve a disputed first round that plunged the country into months of political uncertainty. After hours of closed-door meetings with western diplom

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