Wednesday, August 13, 2008

news 8-14-08

Akhbar Al-Yaum 8-14-08


Terror suspect's court appearance raises questions about U.S. military conduct

Musharraf will be gone in days
The Lobby Like No Other Wants a War Like No Other - Michael Shceur
Adviser to Karzai says Taliban tactics are succeeding
Green Beret says leader shot, mutilated Afghan man
Russia to U.S.: Choose us or Georgia
Six killed in bombings; U.S. soldier among dead
The Caucasus —Washington Risks nuclear war by miscalculation
'I've never heard anything so monstrous as people shelling a hospital'
In the guise of humanitarian aid Bush dispatches US military forces to Georgia
The next Guantanamo tribunals - The trial of Omar Khadr
Inflation Pace Is Fastest in 17 Years
The outrage in your credit card's fine print
"Naval Blockade" or All Out War Against Iran?
Wag the Dog: How to Conceal Massive Economic Collapse
War in the Caucasus: Towards a Broader Russia-US Military Confrontation?
Interior ministry says 990 a success
Taliban attack forces, former minister’s home
Jonathan Kay on NATO's campaign in Afghanistan: Go big or get out
Al Qaeda exploiting political turmoil: US
Al Qaeda, Taliban Ties to Pakistan Intelligence Worrisome
DEMOCRACY NOW:The Way of the World: Ron Suskind on How the Bush Admin Deliberately Faked an Iraq-al-Qaeda Connection and Undermined Diplomacy, Democracy in Pakistan and Iran
Al Qaeda Strengthens Its Ability to Attack the United States
Saudi economic city gears up to attract investors
Senior al Qaeda leader killed in Pakistan
Two Yemeni policemen killed in clash with al-Qaeda suspects
New Al-Qaeda Focus on NATO Supplies
Pakistan: Al-Qaeda tape incites 'holy war'
Taliban: 'Open war' in Pakistan as bomb kills 14
Three major US naval strike forces due this week in Persian Gulf
Israeli Has $1 Billion Invested in Georgia
8 Ways to Profit if OPEC Dumps the Dollar
US central bank auctions funds
Mauritania: Al Qaeda calls to establish Islamic state after coup
Al-Qaeda trained terrorists for attacks on West:US
IMF Sees Saudi Arabian 2008 GDP Growth At 5%, Inflation At 10.6%
IMF: Saudis Should Rethink Dollar Link if Inflation Worsens

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