Wednesday, January 27, 2010 17:48
Told To Quit After E Mails Reveal Involvement In AIG Cover-up Treasury
Secretary Timothy Geithner's denial that he played any role in the AIG
cover-up is contradicted by emails which confirm that both Geithner
and the New York Federal Reserve were both intimately involved in keeping
details about payments to banks including Goldman Sachs from the public.
perv scanners upset everyone
The debate over use of scanners in UK airports is rapidly turning into
knock-about farce, as the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC)
takes a firm stand on some people’s right to privacy – whilst
government disrespects everyone’s rights and prepares to hand
over loads more dosh when it eventually loses the argument at the European
in e-passports allow real-time tracking
Computer scientists in Britain have uncovered weaknesses in electronic
passports issued by the US, UK, and some 50 other countries that allow
attackers to trace the movements of individuals as they enter or exit
Koreas trade fire, spooks markets
North and South Korea exchanged artillery fire near their disputed sea
border on Wednesday, the second time in three months the rivals have
clashed and briefly sending prices down on jittery Seoul financial markets.
survivor sees Nazi acts in Israel
A Nazi death camp survivor slams Israel over its occupation of Palestine,
drawing an analogy between the Israeli army’s indignations and
the conduct of Nazi forces during World War II.
order on David Kelly records could be lifted Lord Hutton has responded to reports that
a 70-year gagging order he imposed on records and photos relating
to the death of the government scientist Dr David Kelly could be
challenged by stating that the documents could be revealed to doctors.
runs ’secret’ military operations in Yemen
Washington has involved in secret joint operations in Yemen after
President Barack Obama approved US military and intelligence teams
to be dispatched to the country, the Washington Post revealed Wednesday.