(It's amazing. Pakistan harbors Bin Laden, and we are going to war with Iran) Pakistan capable of delivering nuclear warheads deep into India. The test of the Babur or HatfVII missile was a success that would "consolidate Pakistan's s
A website has revealed the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is conducting a secret nuclear program with the help of a number of Pakistani scientists. Sawt Al-Salam reported that a team of Pakistani nuclear scientists who entered Saudi Arabia for the Hajj cer
Very little about Turkish-occuiped Kurdistan is published in the West because the West has to protect the genocidal regime it has supported for decades, and continues to support today.
Prime Minister Gordon Brown plans for tough new anti-terrorism laws, saying police need greater powers to hold and question terror suspects in increasingly complex and global plots. Currently, suspects need to be charged or released within 28 days.
Many foreigners can travel to Venezuela without a visa. But now there's a new requirement once they get there. President Hugo Chavez announced on Sunday that foreigners who publicly criticize his government will be deported. He ordered officials
AFTER months of lying low, the anit-American Shi'ite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr has re-emerged with a shrewed two-tiered strategy that reaches out to Iraqis on the street and distances him from the increasingly unpopular government. Al-Sadr and his
Pakistan on Friday dismissed US officials' comments of striking targets in its tribal areas along the Pakistan-Afghanistan border as "irresponsible and dangerous". A Foreign Office statement instead urged "prudence and patience
Lawyers across Pakistan burst into tears and cries of jubilation today, as Pakistan's Supreme Court restored the country's Chief Justice, Muhamed Iftikhar Chaudhry, whose sacking by embattled Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf last March sp
(Will they invade Iraq after this election?) Ahead of elections on Sunday, the leader of Turkey's hard-line nationalists flung a hangman's noose from a podium to make a point: He thinks the prime minister is soft on terrorism and should han
Russia will veto any UN Security Council resolution on Kosovo that unacceptable to Serbia, a senior Russian official said Thursday. The statement by Boris Gryzlov, the speaker of Russia's lower house of parliament, the State Duma
A freelance reporter for a Beijing television station has been detained for faking a hidden camera report about street vendors who used chemical-soaked cardboard to fill meat buns, local media said.
A Toronto judge has ruled that Canada's pot possession laws are unconstitutional after a man argued the country's medicinal marijuana regulations are flawed. The 29-year-old Toronto resident had been charged with possession of about 3.5 gram
The discovery of a huge underground lake in Darfur may ease one of the causes of conflict in the desert region of southern Sudan, scientists said today. Researchers hope to drill at least 1,000 wells in the area and pump the long-hidden water to the
Those of us who opposed the expansion of NATO warned that it would lead to problems with Russia. Those problems have arrived. A resurgent Russia – flush with oil revenues and a strong leader who is using anti-U.S. resentments to become even more auto
Kodrat Mokoginta puts on the headphones, turns down the music and leans forward towards the microphone. "We are back on the air," he says in a soothing radio voice. "And as usual we are speaking about the issues that affect the youth
RAF fighter jets were scrambled to intercept two Russian strategic bombers heading for British airspace yesterday, as the spirit of the Cold War returned to the North Atlantic once again. The incident, described as rare by the RAF
(Another country who needs a revolution) Norwegians are among the most heavily taxed people in the world, and that in turn has made Norway one of the most expensive countries in which to live. Most accept the taxes they're ordered to pay on inco
(Why are we still in this organization) UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon warned Monday that an abrupt US troop pullout could deepen the crisis in Iraq, and he urged the US to keep the IRAQI PEOPLE IN MIND when making decisions
Passing motorists applauded as a pair of speed cameras in Hampshire, UK met with a fiery end in the past week. Burning tires were used to end automated ticketing efforts. Local officials noted public approval of the vigilante efforts.
US President George Bush promised more US aid to the Palestinian Authority(more stealing from taxpayers) and called for a fall Middle East summit to jumpstart(his poll numbers) the peace process. US Sec of State Condoleezza Rice would convene
Pagans have pledged to perform "rain magic" to wash away cartoon character Homer Simpson after he was painted next to their famous fertility symbol - the Cerne Abbas giant.
Pro-Taliban militants in a Pakistan tribal border region with Afghanistan said Sunday they had scrapped a controversial peace accord reached with the government last year. "We are ending the agreement today," the Taliban Shoora(Taliban Cou
U.N. inspectors have verified that North Korea has shut down its nuclear reactor, the chief of the U.N. nuclear watchdog agency said. "Our inspectors are there. They verified the shutting down of the reactor yesterday," said Mohamed ElBarad
America used to be the tallest country in the world. From the days of the founding fathers right on through the industrial revolution and 2 world wars, Americans literally towered over other nations. In a land of boundless open spaces and limitless n
Russia on Saturday formally suspended its participation in a conventional arms treaty dating from the last years of the Cold War that limits NATO and Russian military deployments in Europe. The Kremlin said in a statement that the 1990 pact was susp
Last month, as the corporate media mulched over renewed Pentagon claims Iran is providing deadly IEDs to Iraqi "insurgents," German television reported that Maoist Kurdistan Workers' Party or Partiya Karkaren Kurdistan(PKK), has "k
In southern Lebanon, Hizbullah's traditional stronghold, Lebanese soldiers now stand on the front line with "Israel". They are supported by 13,000 UN troops after he UNIFIL deployment and mandate was extended at the end of the war.
Recent news reports concerning the gentle treatment of A.Q. Khan - acknowledged mastermind of the world's most extensive proliferation network for nuclear weapons technology - bring home the point that US nuclear policy is a tangle of contradicti
Here's a radical idea: if we really want to help, why not ask Africans, not their governments, how they perceive the challenges before them, the dreams they have for the future, and the resources they think they need to realize them?
An undercover investigation by a Chinese TV crew found that chopped cardboard, softened in an industrial chemical and made tasty with pork flavoring, is the main ingredient in batches of steamed buns, called baozi sold in a Beijing neighborhood. Yum.