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Iraq pictures 'shocking', PM says

Photographs of the alleged abuse of Iraqi civilians by UK soldiers must not be allowed to "tarnish the good name of our armed forces", Tony Blair has said.

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What will Republicans ignore next?


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>> Gonzales Supports Assault Weapons Ban

>> Moscow Plans First Stalin Monument Since 1960s

>> Moscow Government Refutes Report on Stalin Monument

>> Missiles deployed for inauguration

>> Feuding parents may be subject to curfew

>> US Official Confirms Allawi Shot Six Iraqis Dead

>> Child access law shake-up to involve electronic tagging and curfews

>> Tiananmen Square Massacre Victims Under House Arrest

>> Supreme Court sidesteps Guantanamo Bay case (don't investigate the real terrorists, just the goat herders)

>> Soldiers plead not guilty to Iraqi abuse (Abuse=Torture)

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>> Russia Hints at Willingness to Sell Advanced Bombers to China

>> Iran vows deterrence after Bush refuses to rule out an attack

>> Israel to kill in U.S., allied nations


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Tesco pushes on with full-scale RFID rollout

Tesco has started the full scale roll-out of radio frequency identification (RFID) technology across its stores and warehouses.

America's Road To Communism

America currently is weak in one component, strong in the second and very strong in the third—being two thirds of the way there, the United States is well on its way to full communist status.

Fingers in your ears.

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Iran issues sharp warning to US over any military action

Iran accused the United States of trying to disrupt its nuclear negotiations with the European Union by evoking the threat of a military strike, and warned Washington it would respond to any "unwise measure."

Police to recruit another 100,000 former members of Saddam's army

The Iraqi police have hired some 50,000 former members of Saddam Hussein's army over the past seven months and should recruit twice that number in the next three years, a high-ranking interior ministry official said.

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