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remarks on Iran nuclear issue come under fire Iran’s parliament speaker Ali Larijani
slammed US president-elect Barack Obama on Saturday for saying Tehran’s
pursuit of nuclear weapons was “unacceptable,” the official
IRNA news agency reported.
fired first shot, say UK monitors
Two former British military officers are expected to give crucial evidence
against Georgia when an international inquiry is convened to establish
who started the country’s bloody five-day war with Russia in August.
wants probe into police-staged DNC protest When a Jefferson County deputy unleashed
pepper spray at unruly protesters on the first night of the Democratic
National Convention, he did not know that his targets were undercover
Denver police officers. Maddow:
‘Are we looking at Bill Clinton’s third term?’ President-elect Obama has fulfilled expectations
that he would hit the ground running and has already named the leaders
of his transition team and three members of his White House staff. Some
of those appointments come from Obama’s own campaign team, but
a larger number have a background of service in the Clinton administration.
holds Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and Mayor Michael Bloomberg accountable
On October 15, California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and New York
City Mayor Michael Bloomberg appeared together in Los Angeles at a press
conference to endorse CA Prop 11. The slogan of the campaign was “Time
to Hold Politicians Accountable.” Stewart Howe and Jeremy Rothe-Kushel
of WeAreChangeLA attended the press conference to give it a go at doing
secret agreement, Shell nets 25-year monopoly on S. Iraq’s gas
Royal Dutch Shell oil company and the Iraqi Oil Ministry have struck
a secret, as-of-yet non-binding agreement that gives a monopoly over
southern Iraq’s natural gas to the energy giant. It marks the
first time in over 35 years a Western oil company has played a major
role in the country’s most lucrative industry.
York Times report questions Georgia’s role in Ossetian war The New York Times has published an article
which questions Georgia’s account of the conflict in South Ossetia
in August this year. Based on the observations of OSCE monitors, it
reports that Georgia was not acting defensively, but started the shelling
of civilians in the South Ossetian capital, Tskhinval.
Calls On Congress to Act Fast on Stimulus With fresh evidence that the U.S. economy
is shedding jobs even faster than expected, President-elect Barack Obama
said yesterday that his top concern is passage of a multibillion dollar
stimulus package to create jobs.
Says U.S. Cash Is Its Best Hope The rapidly deteriorating finances of General Motors are forcing
the federal government to decide whether to bail out the largest American
automaker or face the prospect that it might go bankrupt.
Paul Watson on the Alex Jones Show: The
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