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Barack Obama’s CIA ‘amnesty’ condemned by human rights groups
Barack Obama’s decision to grant an amnesty to CIA operatives who used controversial interrogation techniques on terror suspects has been criticised by human rights groups as a failure to uphold US laws.

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British intelligence prosecution fear over US torture memos
Fresh revelations about the CIA’s torture techniques have thrown the spotlight on British Intelligence, which gained valuable insight into terror networks from confessions extracted by American officers. They have raised further fears that British agents could be prosecuted for their indirect role in the abuse of detainees.

Alleged al-Qaeda member: CIA used me to test brutal torture techniques

Turley: Torture investigation would ‘go directly to the doorstep of President Bush’
President Barack Obama’s release on Thursday of four Bush administration memos sanctioning torture has been widely praised. However, questions have been raised by the statements from both him and Attorney General Eric Holder that they have no intention of prosecuting the low-level CIA officers who carried out the tortures.

Wrath at Politico for unattributed claim that torture works
Spain’s torture probe kept alive by judge

The Antarctic Wilkins Ice Shelf Collapse: Media recycles photos and storylines from previous years
Those masters of disaster are at it again, and it appears our friendly scientists at that National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) help this story along each year.

Obama to regulate ‘pollutant’ CO2
The US government is to regulate carbon dioxide emissions, having decided that it and five other greenhouse gases may endanger human health and well-being.

Bush memos parallel claim 9/11 mastermind’s children were tortured with insects
Bush Administration memos released by the White House on Thursday provide new insight into claims that American agents used insects to torture the young children of alleged 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.

No Amnesty for Torturers

Video Bloggers Fear "You" Being Phased Out Of YouTube
A new You Tube video getting a lot of attention highlights concerns that the "You" is being phased out of YouTube, as individual users are sidelined by regulation and censorship in favor of corporate domination of the popular video website, an eventuality that we first warned about years ago.

Kepler spots possible Earth-like planets
The first images from a new space telescope show sections of space where Earth-like planets may exist.


Fannie Mae Exec Chosen to Oversee TARP: White House
The executive chosen to lead Fannie Mae through a government takeover has been tapped to oversee the $700 billion rescue of the U.S. financial system, the White House said Friday.


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What’s Obama smiling about?
The Obama presidency is becoming a reverse fairy tale: The prince is turning into a frog.

HopeOver, HopeLash, HopeBreak: A Lexicon of Disappointment
All is not well in Obamafanland. It’s not clear exactly what accounts for the change of mood. Maybe it was the rancid smell emanating from Treasury’s latest bank bailout. Or the news that the president’s chief economic adviser, Larry Summers, earned millions from the very Wall Street banks and hedge funds he is protecting from reregulation now. Or perhaps it began earlier, with Obama’s silence during Israel’s Gaza attack.

Israel stands ready to bomb Iran’s nuclear sites
The Israeli military is preparing itself to launch a massive aerial assault on Iran’s nuclear facilities within days of being given the go-ahead by its new government.

Oversight over wiretapping program ‘doesn’t really exist,’ reporter reveals
Independent oversight over the National Security Agency’s warrantless wiretapping program “doesn’t really exist,” the New York Times reporter who exposed the program revealed in an interview Thursday night.

G20 Rally Victim Died From Internal Bleeding
A policeman has been questioned on suspicion of manslaughter after G20 rally victim Ian Tomlinson was found to have died of internal bleeding and not a heart attack.

Secret Police: ‘Maybe he just forgot’: Scotland Yard’s incredible excuse for police officer being spotted without ID during street protest

Mumbai attacks suspect alleges torture, retracts confession
The suspected Pakistani gunman on trial in India for last year’s Mumbai attacks will plead not guilty and has accused police of extracting a confession through torture, his lawyer said Friday.

Israeli troops kill apartheid wall protester
Medvedev slams ‘dangerous’ NATO Georgia exercises




The Great Global Warming Hoax


RAND Wants WWIII to Save US Economy



Paul Watson & Alex Jones - Mumbai Terror Attacks



Paul Joseph Watson: Internet Censorship a Growing Cancer


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