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WAR: About that War

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Terrence Aym

Donald Rumsfeld, who served as the U.S. Secretary of Defense under presidents Gerald Ford and George W, Bush, has gone on record with his deep concern over America's vulnerability to an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attack. During an interview with Ne

News Link • Global Reported By Terrence Aym
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AP

A senior U.S. military officer who oversaw the training of Palestinian security forces in the West Bank was aware that some engaged in the torture of detainees. The transcript of a 2009 meeting between Lt. Gen. Keith Dayton and chief Palestinian nego

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arclein

Looking for a way out of Afghanistan? Maybe it’s time to try something entirely new and totally different. So how about putting into action, for the first time in recorded history, the most enlightened edict ever passed by the United Nations Securi

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The PPJ Gazette

Yes. Those are dead children from the Waziristan region of Pakistan killed by United States drones like this: True, war has not been declared in Pakistan so they are collateral damage – The Geneva Convention doesn’t apply. The only rights for thes

News Link • Global Reported By Marti Oakley
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Terrence Aym

If defense contractor BAE Systems has its way, within five years the entire British military will disappear. The soldiers and their equipment won't go away, the enemy will be unable to see them. The British military is gearing up for the next genera

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arclein

What's happening on the Korean peninsula? If you read the press or listen to the talking heads, your best guess would be that an insaneNorth Korean regime is willing to risk war to manage its own internal political tensions. This conclusion would be

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CBC News

Mortars allegedly fired from Afghanistan on Thursday have killed eight people in northwestern Pakistan, Pakistani officials say. The mortars hit a house in the North Waziristan tribal area. The dead included five men and three women, they said.

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SF Gate

Suspected U.S. unmanned aircraft fired four missiles at a house in a militant-infested area of northwestern Pakistan on Wednesday, killing at least four people. The identities and nationalities of those killed were unknown.

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antiwar.com / Margaret Griffis

The Iraqi government is investigating a shootout between the Kuwaiti Coast Guard and a group of Iraqi fishermen that left one Kuwaiti dead. Meanwhile, at least two Iraqis were killed and 42 more were wounded in this and other incidents.

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