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Iraq re-instates death penalty

The Iraqi Government has approved re-instating the death penalty. It will apply to a limited number of crimes, including rape, kidnapping, murder and terrorism.

>> Iraq war study finds US troops suffering from mental traumas

>> Strange Relations: George Bush and John Kerry

>> Bodily Organs From Chinese Prisoners Tortured to Death Removed and Sold

Paul Joseph Watson is a regular guest on The Alex Jones Show, 12:30 CST every Monday on the GCN radio network. Click here for the live streaming audio.

>> The Vanity Fair Interview

>> Iraqi police impose curfew in holy city of Najaf

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E-Mail Snooping Ruled Permissible

E-mail privacy suffered a serious setback on Tuesday when a court of appeals ruled that an e-mail provider did not break the law in reading his customers' communications without their consent.

MSN Money Website Asks: Would You Have An RFID Chip Implanted In Your Body?

Microsoft's MSN Money website is currently running a poll asking its readers if they would voluntarily have an RFID tracking chip implanted in their body.
>> Americans Could Be Pressed Into Mandatory Community Service
A government of the people, by the people, for the people....sort of.
>> Valid Opinion
>> How Much Does Bush Care About Torture?
>> Who Says....?

US plans huge show of force in Pacific

The United States is planning a massive show of force in the Pacific Ocean near China to register a point with Beijing.
>> Attack Iran, US chief ordered British

Captured "Taliban Commanders" Turn Out To Be Government Officials

The US military in Afghanistan is confronted with an embarrassing situation following the realisation that the two men in its custody were Afghan government officials from Helmand province rather than top Taliban commanders as claimed by it earlier.
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>> CIA spying on Israeli banks