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Police Begin Random Bus Searches In Londonderry

Police in Londonderry started random searches of bus riders headed from New Hampshire to Boston Wednesday morning. Specially trained dogs were used to search luggage and passengers for explosives.

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Kerry and Edwards Will Use Campaign to Push Domestic Spy Agency

The selection of Sen. John Edwards as John Kerry’s running mate has raised concerns inside the FBI and among civil-liberties groups that the North Carolina senator will use the campaign to promote his controversial proposal to create a new domestic spy agency.

White House Insider: Bush Could Launch Nuke Attack on Iran, N Korea to Swing Election

Rumor at high levels has it that he will declare a state of emergency, based on faked reports, that North Korea and/or Iran are about to launch nuclear strikes against the American homeland and that he has ordered counterstrikes to defend this country.
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Russia, China to hold first-ever joint army exercise next year

China and Russia have agreed to hold the first-ever joint army exercise next year as part of their efforts to face "new challenges" and step up their strategic ties, the state media reported today.

Fury as Fahrenheit 9/11 director backs illegal not-for-profit downloads

Controversial film-maker Michael Moore has welcomed the appearance on the internet of pirated copies of his anti-Bush documentary Fahrenheit 9/11 and claimed he is happy for anybody to download it free of charge.
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