Tuesday, September 23, 2008

NEWS 9-23-08


Aafia Saddiqui Hearing 9-23-08 2:00 PM - 500 Pearl Street - Manhattan 2:00PM
Was neuroscientist Dr. Aafia Siddiqui raped and tortured at US Bagram prison
When Corporations Rule the World
Mushroom Cloud over Wall Street
Paulson: Foreign banks can use U.S. rescue plan
The Zionist Plan for the Middle East
Iran, Israel and the Looming Threat of War
Shadowy group claims Islamabad bombing: Al-Arabiya TV
All change in the US’s Afghan mission
Hotel bomb shows al-Qaeda's deadly new reach
Sarobi ambush : ‘Taliban were better armed than French troops’
Bush and Asif Zardari to discuss strikes in Pakistan
Pakistan fires on U.S. helicopters
The Paulson-Bernanke Bank Bailout: Will the Cure be Worse than the Disease?
Musharraf must expose secret deals with US: Nawaz
U.S. military advisors may soon head to Pakistan
Study: Bombing Iran will take years
'The World As We Know It Is Going Down'
In Hard Times, Tent Cities Rise Across the Country
Iran to be first regional refiner by 2012
"Imperial Hubris" Author Says U.S. Is Deluded about Al Qaeda
Hey U.S., welcome to the Third World
CIA using missile strikes to `tickle' terrorists
The hypocrisy of the West
Trillions of Missing US $$$$
Hamas: Livni will continue aggression
China accuses US of financial WMD
Rasmussen Consumer Index
Only 11% of Adults Rate Economy as Good or Excellent

Taliban opens new front in Pakistan
Afghanistan: Civilian Deaths, Druglords, and US Policy
Pakistan’s tribal areas A wild frontier
Washington frustrated by Pakistan's failure
Ramadan Spurs Saudi Nightlife
US air strike kills eight family members in Iraq: police
Al-Qaeda resurgence threatens Yemen
Yemen group says Qaeda-linked and vows more attacks
Embassy attack 'terrorism reminder'
Global Financial Meltdown
"We Blew Her to Pieces" Winter Soldier: Iraq and Afghanistan
The Point of No Return
The Party's Over
Senate passes $612 bln defense spending bill
Study Tallies Corporations Not Paying Income Tax
The Pentagon Strangles Our Economy: Why the U.S. Has Gone Broke
The Draft Iraqi Oil Law:Making a Mockery of Sovereighnty
Pakistan orders troops to open fire if US raids
Al-Qaeda-linked group kills 12 Mauritanian soldiers: security source
GAFFNEY: Wall Street, what's next? \
Shariah Law: a matter of belief
Washington Is Risking War with Pakistan
UN: 1,445 Afghan civilians killed in 2008 violence
Saudi company raises $267m with sukuk
Yemen faces new Jihad generation
And so it continues: 26 years after the massacre
U.S. Embassy hit in Yemen, raising militancy concerns
China paper urges new currency order after "financial tsunami
How the Masters of the Universe ran amok and cost us the earth

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