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ID Cards might be on the ropes

IT IS STARTING to look like the government’s plan to bring in ID cards could be shelved after the London School of Economics says that it could cost too much. According to the Observer, a detailed LSE report into the cards estimates that it will cost about £18 billion to run the scheme.

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RFID chips injected into Barcelona ravers

The Verichip, made by Applied Digital Solutions is injected by a quack under local anaesthetic and is made of glass. The chip contains RFID, your name and the amount of dosh you have in your Baja account, said Discovery.

From Cakewalk to Bloodbath: Bush Opts for Civil War in Iraq

What are we to make of the news reports that Baghdad is to be encircled and divided into smaller and smaller sections by 40,000 Iraqi and 10,000 US troops backed by US air power and armor in order to conduct house to house searches throughout the city to destroy combatants?

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Russia’s Defense Minister Praises Joint Military Exercises With U.S.

Russian Defense Minister Sergei Ivanov has lauded the Russian-U.S. wargames that were held in the town of Solnechnogorsk not far from Moscow in the end of May, the Interfax news agency reports.

French 'Non' puts EU in turmoil
French voters' clear "No" to the EU constitution has left European leaders struggling to define the way forward. European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso said there was now "a very serious problem" and there was no willingness to reopen negotiations.
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