Sunday, July 20, 2008 13:46
the new Batman plundered its plot from 9/11? New York’s alter ego, Gotham City, is
under attack. Bombs kill civilians indiscriminately. Panic spreads like
wildfire. The perpetrator, a mysterious self-styled “agent of
chaos”, has no apparent motive. Holy terror! Has the new Batman
flick plundered its plot from 9/11?
terrorist document found
A document has surfaced in a UK auction, unveiling terrorist activities
of a Jewish group prior to the establishment of the Israeli regime.
Resume After Spate of Violence
D.C. police yesterday resumed controversial checkpoints in the troubled
Northeast Washington neighborhood of Trinidad after a series of overnight
shootings and stabbings across the District.
to investigate police surveillance of protest groups
Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-OH), who has figured prominently in recent political
news for his attempts to begin impeachment hearings against President
George W. Bush, today announced that the congressional subcommittee
he chairs will look into reports of peace groups being surveilled by
police and private investigators.
has two-week deadline for nuclear answer
Iran was on Sunday facing a two-week deadline to give a final answer
to world powers seeking a breakthrough in the nuclear crisis, after
talks with the EU foreign policy chief ended in stalemate.
Jobs to Save the Climate The price of European emission permits is rising
so rapidly that German companies are threatening to leave the country.
Thousands of jobs could be lost. And the environment may, in the end,
be no better off.