Monthly Archives: November 2007

American Hostages Still Alive

9:00pm CST Lubbock: Gandalf’s Staff ….. has learned 3 American hostages were seen on captured tape. FARC reported that they were shot down are believed to be military and CIA.  American relatives have long complained of their plight. http://hitsusa.com/blog/359/us-hostages-in-columbia/ http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20071121/ap_on_re_eu/france_chavez_1                 That Other Freaking War                        … Continue reading

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DR Congo child rape victim dies

Even youngest children are not spared from violence An 11-month-old baby girl has died in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo a day after she was raped, the UN says. The alleged rapist, a man aged 20, has been detained by … Continue reading

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Driving the Wedge Bin Laden to Give Bush the Bird

Bin Laden message ‘to be aired’ Bin Laden has released several messages in recent months Osama Bin Laden is to address the people of Europe in a new message, according to his al-Qaeda network’s media production arm. The claim was … Continue reading

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Give Us Liberty ! An American Spirit

Students stage anti-Chavez rally Campaigners say  they will do all they can to defeat the referendum Hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans have held a protest against Sunday’s referendum on President Hugo Chavez’s controversial constitutional reforms. The crowds gathered in Caracas … Continue reading

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China: Tension Mounts

US ship transits Taiwan Strait after China flapReuters – 59 minutes agoBy Andy Sullivan WASHINGTON, Nov 29 (Reuters) – A US aircraft carrier group sailed through the tense waters between China and Taiwan after it was denied entry last week to … Continue reading

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What Goes Around Comes Around

1973 U.S. Cable on Mideast Mirrors Current Events Memo, Among Newly Released Nixon-Era Documents, Warns Saudi Monarch of Dangers From Fatah By Walter Pincus Washington Post Staff Writer Thursday, November 29, 2007; Page A03       A March 1973 State Department cable … Continue reading

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Coast Guard Makes Record Drug Bust of 40,000 Pounds of Cocaine

ALAMEDA, Calif. —  The U.S. Coast Guard on Monday began unloading more than 40,000 pounds of cocaine seized from three ships off the Central American coast, including one bust called the largest in U.S. maritime history.The Coast Guard boarded a 330-foot … Continue reading

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