Twin attacks strike at Western targets in Yemen

Twin attacks strike at Western targets in Yemen 06 Oct 2010 Twin attacks on Western targets in Yemen's capital, Sanaa, have left one person dead and at least four injured. Militants fired a rocket-propelled grenade at a British embassy car, slightly injuring one staff member as well as bystanders, officials said. In the other incident a security guard at an Austrian gas company near Sanaa opened fire killing a French contractor and badly injuring a UK contractor.

Explosion rocks UK embassy in Yemen

Explosion rocks UK embassy in Yemen 06 Oct 2010 An explosion has targeted a British embassy vehicle in the vicinity of the UK embassy in the Yemeni capital of Sana'a, leaving at least three people injured. The blast took place on Wednesday morning when a rocket landed near a British diplomatic vehicle not far from its embassy in the Yemeni capital, Associated Press quoted a Yemeni security official as saying. At least three bystanders were wounded in the attack, added the official who was speaking on condition of anonymity.

Police Make 12 Terror Arrests In France

Police Make 12 Terror Arrests In France 05 Oct 2010 Police have arrested 12 people and seized guns and ammunition following two separate anti-terrorism raids in southern France. Those arrested are suspected of having links with Muslim extremists, it has been reported. Nine men were detained around the southern cities of Marseille and Avignon on suspicion of trafficking firearms and explosives.

No pay, no spray: Firefighters let home burn

No pay, no spray: Firefighters let home burn --Tennessee house in ashes after homeowner forgot to pay $75 fee 05 Oct 2010 Firefighters in rural Tennessee let a home burn to the ground last week because the homeowner hadn't paid a $75 fee. Gene Cranick of Obion County and his family lost all of their possessions in the Sept. 29 fire, along with three dogs and a cat. "They could have been saved if they had put water on it, but they didn't do it," Cranick told MSNBC.

Employee accuses KBR co-worker of sexual assault

Employee accuses KBR co-worker of sexual assault 05 Oct 2010 A third Texas woman -- the second from our area -- has filed suit against Houston-based KBR over a sexual assault while she worked as a contractor in Iraq. The latest lawsuit claims KBR failed to prevent a sexual assault by former KBR Employee David Charles Breda. The woman claims Breda sexually assaulted her and threatened her not to tell anyone about the attack. Breda was later convicted of sexual assault.

Taliban in high-level talks with Karzai government, sources say

Taliban in high-level talks with Karzai government, sources say 05 Oct 2010 Taliban representatives and the government of Afghan President Hamid Karzai have begun secret, high-level talks over a negotiated end to the war, according to Afghan and Arab sources... While emphasizing the preliminary nature of the current discussions, the sources said that for the first time they believe that Taliban representatives are fully authorized to speak for the Quetta Shura, the Afghan Taliban organization based in Pakistan, and its leader, Mohammad Omar.

US drone strikes in Pakistan 'linked to Europe terror plot'

US drone strikes in Pakistan 'linked to Europe terror plot' 06 Oct 2010 Increased US drone strikes in Pakistan's tribal areas are linked to a terror plot targeting Europe, Pakistan's US envoy has said, amid mounting fears that al-Qaeda is planning a wave of attacks. Ambassador Hussein Haqqani told the BBC that the increase in strikes in North Waziristan, a reputed militant hotbed, came after intelligence agencies uncovered a plot to "attack multiple targets in Europe."

British terror suspect 'was head of The Islamic Army of Great Britain'

British terror suspect 'was head of The Islamic Army of Great Britain' 06 Oct 2010 The British terror suspect killed in a Pakistan drone strike last month had been elected leader of an al-Qaeda [al-CIAduh] group called The Islamic Army of Great Britain, according to reports. A senior Pakistani security source told BBC's Newsnight programme that Abdul Jabbar was a British citizen who has a British wife and was living in Punjab, Pakistan. According to the source, Jabbar was living in Punjab, and was chosen as the leader of a new group, to be called The Islamic Army of Great Britain.

1 killed as some 20 NATO oil tankers attacked near Quetta, Pakistan

1 killed as some 20 NATO oil tankers attacked near Quetta, Pakistan 06 Oct 2010 At least one driver was killed as some 20 NATO oil tankers were attacked by unknown gunmen early Wednesday morning near Quetta, reported local media. Sources in Quetta confirmed to Xinhua on telephone that the attack took place at about 6:00 a.m. Wednesday when gunmen riding on motorcycles opened fire on a NATO convoy parked at a parking lot some 15-minute ride from Quetta, the capital city of Pakistan's southwest province of Balochistan.

YouTube clip shows IDF soldier belly-dancing beside bound Palestinian woman

YouTube clip shows IDF soldier belly-dancing beside bound Palestinian woman 04 Oct 2010 A video uploaded to YouTube shows an Israel Defense Forces soldier wriggling in a belly dance beside a bound and handcuffed Palestinian woman, to the cheers of his comrades who were documenting the incident. The IDF's internal investigation department ordered an immediate probe into the matter after the Ch. 10 television program Tzinor Laila caught wind of the clip on the internet.

Obama says things will stay the same for US in Afghanistan

Obama says things will stay the same for US in Afghanistan 05 Oct 2010 US president Barack Obama has written to Congress to say he has no immediate plans for a change in war 'strategy.' In the letter, President Obama insisted the Afghanistan war strategy would stay as it is for the moment. He said he intended to continue with the policy that was first put forward in December of last year, with the only significant change from that period being the appointment of General David Petraeus.

US accused of 'crime against humanity'

US accused of 'crime against humanity' [Which one? You'll have to be more specific. The US carries out a 'crime against humanity' about twice a week.] 05 Oct 2010 US experiments in Guatemala which deliberately infected thousands of Guatemalans with sexually transmitted diseases constitute crimes against humanity, a law expert says. "US Department of Defense [was] a component, because the purpose of this [study] was to develop penicillin and prophylaxis for US soldiers' kits," Alfred Lambremont Webre, a war crimes lawyer, told Press TV on Tuesday. Since it was a military project, "I think it qualifies as crimes against humanity," Lambremont Webre added.

European counter-terrorism officials: More than 100 'dangerous Islamists' on continent

European counter-terrorism officials: More than 100 'dangerous Islamists' on continent --France arrests 12 terror suspects amid warnings of Al-Qaida plot; anti-terror police swoop on network with links to bombmaker held in Italy, after U.S. issues travel advisory and U.K. raises terror alert. 05 Oct 2010 Hundreds of "dangerous Islamists radicals" are suspected to be based around Europe, counter-terrorism officials from Europe have said, amid warnings of a potential 'Al-Qaida' attack on the continent. "The number of dangerous Islamists [in Germany] lies at more than 100," Konrad Freiberg, chairman of Germany's main police union, told the Passauer Neue Presse newspaper on Tuesday, adding that about 40 had explosives training.

Times Square Bomber Faisal Shahzad Gets Life in Prison

Times Square Bomber Faisal Shahzad Gets Life in Prison 05 Oct 2010 Faisal Shahzad was given a life prison sentence for driving a bomb-laden car into New York’s Times Square in May and trying unsuccessfully to blow it up. U.S. District Judge Miriam Goldman Cedarbaum handed down the sentence today in a 25-minute proceeding in federal court in Manhattan. There is no parole in the federal penal system.

Tea Party Politician: 'I'm Not A Witch'

Tea Party Politician: 'I'm Not A Witch' [No, just a sociopath.] 05 Oct 2010 Christine O’Donnell’s appearance could go down as one of the most bizarre moments in US political history. The Republican is fighting to be elected senator for Delaware in November’s mid-term elections. But her campaign has been dogged by comments she made on a late night talk-show in the 1990s when she said she had dabbled in witchcraft. In the new 30-second ad O'Donnell smiles at the camera and speaks over a soft piano soundtrack. "I’m not a witch. I'm nothing you've heard. I'm you," she insists.

The Pentagon's new cyber warriors

The Pentagon's new cyber warriors 05 Oct 2010 Today, U.S. national security planners are proposing that the 21st century's critical infrastructure -- power grids, communications, water utilities, financial networks -- be shielded from cyber marauders and other foes. The ramparts would be virtual, their perimeters policed by the Pentagon and backed by digital weapons capable of circling the globe in milliseconds to knock out targets. An examination by Reuters, including dozens of interviews with military officers, government officials and outside experts, shows that the U.S. military is preparing for digital combat even more extensively than has been made public.

CIA tipped off Mugabe on Ecuador

CIA tipped off Mugabe on Ecuador 05 Oct 2010 Zimbabwe’s Robert Mugabe was tipped off against going to Ecuador by the America Central Intelligence Agency, as they had information about an impending political upheaval [aka their coup] in the volatile country, Zimdaily has learnt. Despite posturing about anti-American sentiment, Zimdaily has it on good authority that Mugabe abruptly cut short his trip and returned to Zimbabwe after the CIA warned him of a threat to his personal safety if he went ahead with the trip.

Insurance firms infuse GOP with big doses of cash

Insurance firms infuse GOP with big doses of cash --Health care law changes spur surge of political donations from industry 04 Oct 2010 Faced with wide-ranging new requirements in the health care law, the insurance industry is pouring money into Republican campaign coffers in hopes of scaling back regulations while preserving the mandate that Americans buy coverage. Since January, the nation's five largest insurers and the industry's Washington-based lobbying arm have given three times more money to Republican lawmakers and political action committees than to Democrats.

US top court refuses to hear Guantanamo wiretap case

US top court refuses to hear Guantanamo wiretap case 04 Oct 2010 The US Supreme Court on Monday threw out a plea by 23 lawyers for Guantanamo Bay detainees prisoners to be informed whether conservations by their clients had been subjected to wiretaps. The nation's highest court refused to hear the case, without giving a reason, dismissing claims from the detainees lawyers that the possibility that their clients had been subjected to eavesdropping was complicating the cases. Intelligence services were given the authority to carry out wiretaps without first obtaining court approval after the September 11, 2001 attacks. But the existence of such tapes was only brought to light in 2005. [Right, the 'Wh*re York Times' sat on the story until *after* the 2004 'election,' so that Bush would get more votes.]

Bomb Explodes Outside Shopping Centre

Bomb Explodes Outside Shopping Centre 05 Oct 2010 AFP reports that a bomb planted in a car has exploded outside a shopping centre in Derry, Northern Ireland, causing substantial damage but no injuries. "Shortly after midnight a device in a Corsa car exploded outside a bank at the rear of the DaVinci retail complex" in the city, a spokesman from the Police Service of Northern Ireland said. "A warning had been received just over an hour earlier and a cordon was in place."

Court: NSA doesn't have to say if it has records

Court: NSA doesn't have to say if it has records 04 Oct 2010 The Supreme Court won't make the super-secret National Security Agency divulge whether it has records of the warrantless wiretapping it did of lawyers representing Guantanamo Bay inmates. The court on Monday refused to hear an appeal from detainee lawyer Thomas B. Wilner. Wilner and other detainee lawyers filed a Freedom of Information Act request with the NSA asking whether it has warrantless wiretapping records on them. But the NSA won't say whether it does or does not, saying that revealing this information would endanger national security.

Taliban has infiltrated Afghan forces, sleeper cells are awaiting instructions to strike

Taliban has infiltrated Afghan forces, claims ex-UN official in warning that sleeper cells are awaiting instructions to strike 04 Oct 2010 A former senior UN official has spoken of his concern that the Taliban has infiltrated the Afghan police and army. Former executive director of the UN's Office of Drugs and Crime in Afghanistan, Antonio Maria Costa said Taliban sleeper cells had been set up inside the security forces. According to Dr Costa the Taliban have already carried out a number of attacks and have scheduled further hits on Nato-led troops.

Stuxnet worm: Private security experts want US to tell them more

Stuxnet worm: Private security experts want US to tell them more 04 Oct 2010 America’s government security experts are among the best in the world. But their private sector counterparts are mystified why government’s public findings on the Stuxnet worm - the world’s first publicly-known cyber superweapon - so often have seemed muted, old news, or incomplete. Tucked away on a government website, the Industrial Control System-Cyber Emergency Response Team (ICS-CERT) - part of the Department of Homeland Security - posts alerts and bulletins with government analysis of Stuxnet, dutifully logging its findings since it emerged publicly in July.

US Plans Law Enforcement 'Surge' On Trains

US Plans Law Enforcement 'Surge' On Trains --Amtrak's counterparts in Europe and Britain will also be holding exercise called "Rail Action Day" on Friday 04 Oct 2010 US authorities plan a law enforcement surge this week along Amtrak routes, an exercise called operation RailSafe, and the heads of the country's biggest mass transit systems were briefed today on the possible terror threat, all part of what is being called an abundance of caution. Amtrak is holding a high-security exercise on Friday in which uniformed officers will be a visible presence on national transit routes. RailSafe will include all the local police agencies along the Amtrak routes involved in the exercise.

US kicks off National Cyber Security Awareness Month

US kicks off National Cyber Security Awareness Month 04 Oct 2010 US president Barak Obama has signed a proclamation recognising October as National Cyber Security Awareness Month. This reflects the president's continued commitment to cybersecurity as a national priority, said US cybersecurity co-ordinator Howard Schmidt in a blog post... For the first time, senior government and industry officials on both US coasts will participate in officially kicking off National Cyber Security Awareness Month today.

Israeli soldiers convicted of using Palestinian boy as human shield

Israeli soldiers convicted of using Palestinian boy as human shield 03 Oct 2010 Two Israeli soldiers were today convicted of using a nine-year-old Palestinian boy as a human shield during the three-week Gaza war in 2008-9 and could face a prison sentence of up to three years. The soldiers, who ordered the boy to open bags suspected of containing explosives, were charged with inappropriate behaviour and overstepping authority in a closed military trial.

US Drone Kills Germans Amid Terror Fears

US Drone Kills Germans Amid Terror Fears --A suspected US drone strike has killed eight [alleged] militants holding German passports in Pakistan. 04 Oct 2010 The attack came amid warnings that 'al Qaeda' terrorists in northern Pakistan are plotting terror operations on European targets. According to reports, the number of drone strikes in the tribal belt have increased in response to the threat. The militants died when two missiles from a suspected CIA pilotless aircraft struck a mosque in Mirali in North Waziristan, Pakistani officials said.

Militants attack Nato tanker convoy in Pakistan

Militants attack Nato tanker convoy in Pakistan 04 Oct 2010 Militants in Pakistan have destroyed 27 tankers which were carrying fuel for Nato troops in Afghanistan. The Taliban in Pakistan said it was behind the assault on a depot near Islamabad which left three people dead. Pakistan has stopped Nato convoys crossing the Khyber Pass in response to a Nato air strike last week in which three Pakistani soldiers were killed.

NORAD plans training flights over Colorado

NORAD plans training flights over Colorado 04 Oct 2010 The North American Aerospace Defense Command will send planes on training flights over Teller County west of Colorado Springs. The flights are planned Monday evening. NORAD says the planes will practice interception and identification procedures as well as responding to multiple threats.

NORAD jets practice intercept and ID in Teller County skies

NORAD jets practice intercept and ID in Teller County skies 04 Oct 2010 NORAD fighter jets will be practicing intercepting and identifying other aircraft in the skies over Teller County this evening. The exercise, which will also include assisting the Teller County sheriff in dealing with a simulated air crash, will take place in the early evening just west of Colorado Springs. Residents near Divide will hear the jets patrolling as well as other aircraft playing the role of target planes for the fighters.

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