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Narcolepsy Cases Potentially Linked to H1N1 Vaccine Increase

Narcolepsy Cases Potentially Linked to H1N1 Vaccine Increase 26 Aug 2010 Seventeen cases of narcolepsy that are suspected of being caused by the swine flu vaccine have been reported to the National Institute for Health and Welfare (THL). Finland is the only country that has temporarily suspended the Pandremix swine flu vaccine due to concerns it may have resulted in an increase in narcolepsy cases. THL decided to temporarily suspend the swine flu vaccine on Tuesday.

US 'kill team' targeted Afghan civilians

US 'kill team' targeted Afghan civilians 26 Aug 2010 Five US soldiers are charged with deliberately targeting Afghan civilians amid growing discontent over the rising civilian causalities in the war-torn country. The troopers allegedly killed three Afghans in Kandahar Province this year and they were charged with murder in June. Since then, US army prosecutors have also filed additional charges of conspiracy to commit premeditated murder -- a plot that allegedly began when one soldier discussed how easy it would be to "toss a grenade" at Afghan civilians, The Seattle Times reported on Thursday. One of the soldiers had reportedly formed what has been called a "kill team" to randomly execute Afghan civilians while on petrol.

Stryker soldiers allegedly formed 'kill team' to carry out random executions of Afghan civilians

Stryker soldiers allegedly formed 'kill team' to carry out random executions of Afghan civilians 24 Aug 2010 Last December, Army Staff Sgt. Calvin Gibbs began joking with other soldiers about how easy it would be to "toss a grenade" at Afghan civilians and kill them, according to statements made by fellow platoon members to military investigators. One soldier said it was a stupid idea. Another believed that Gibbs was "feeling out the platoon." Others told investigators Gibbs eventually turned the talk into action, forming what one called a "kill team" to carry out random executions of Afghans. In one of the most serious war-crimes cases to emerge from the Afghanistan war, five soldiers from a Stryker infantry brigade based at Joint Base Lewis-McChord are now charged with murder for their alleged roles in killing three Afghan civilians.

Pakistan slams US for drone attacks

Pakistan slams US for drone attacks --US conducting 'extra-judicial killings' of civilians 25 Aug 2010 Pakistan's High Commissioner to the United Kingdom has criticized the US for indiscriminate killings in the so-called war on terror in the country. "Americans are using indiscriminately the drones to hit what they called high-value targets that killed so many people," Wajid Shamsul Hassan made the remarks in an exclusive interview with Press TV. He also acknowledged that the US is conducting extra-judicial killings of the civilians in his country. Hassan added that there has been a request for a probe into the killings.

Somalia: Corpses litter streets amid Mogadishu fighting

'They are determined to kill what is left of this city.' Somalia: Corpses litter streets amid Mogadishu fighting 24 Aug 2010 Deadly clashes between Islamist insurgents and African Union [and CIA]-backed government forces cut off many parts of Mogadishu on 24 August, when dozens of people, including several MPs, were killed during an attack on a downtown hotel. "There is not one area [of the capital] that is safe today," said a civil society worker who asked not to be identified because she feared for her safety. "We are getting reports of dead bodies on most major roads in the city," she said, adding that the intensity of the fighting, which broke out on 23 August, meant the corpses were not being collected.

The Government Can Use GPS to Track Your Moves

The Government Can Use GPS to Track Your Moves By Adam Cohen 25 Aug 2010 Government agents can sneak onto your property in the middle of the night, put a GPS device on the bottom of your car and keep track of everywhere you go. This doesn't violate your Fourth Amendment rights, because you do not have any reasonable expectation of privacy in your own driveway -- and no reasonable expectation that the government isn't tracking your movements. That is the bizarre -- and scary -- rule that now applies in California and eight other Western states.

Full-Body Scan Technology Deployed In Street-Roving Vans

Full-Body Scan Technology Deployed In Street-Roving Vans By Andy Greenberg 24 Aug 2010 ...[C]ourthouses and airport security checkpoints aren’t the only places where backscatter x-ray vision is being deployed. The same technology, capable of seeing through clothes and walls, has also been rolling out on U.S. streets. American Science & Engineering, a company based in Billerica, Massachusetts, has sold U.S. and foreign government agencies more than 500 backscatter x-ray scanners mounted in vans that can be driven past neighboring vehicles to see their contents, Joe Reiss, a vice president of marketing at the company told me in an interview. [Just get rid of the vans - problem solved.]

Afghan recruit kills Nato trainers

Afghan recruit kills Nato trainers 25 Aug 2010 Two Spanish police trainers and their interpreter have died in Afghanistan after being shot by their driver. The driver opened fire while the trainers were teaching a class in Badghis province in western Afghanistan. Other officers then killed the driver. Spanish authorities said the driver had been working with their trainers for around five months.

Military Advocate General: Gaza blockade entirely legal

Military Advocate General: Gaza blockade entirely legal --Brig. Gen. Avichai Mendelblit to panel probing May 31 Gaza flotilla raid: No one in the IDF would think to violate international law. 26 Aug 2010 Military Advocate General Brig. Gen. Avichai Mendelblit testified Thursday before committee investigating the events of an Israeli raid aboard a Gaza-bound Turkish aid ship, saying that Israel's blockade on the Gaza Strip was entirely legal.

Fire at Fort Bragg

Fire at Fort Bragg 26 Aug 2010  Fort Bragg emergency services responded to a fire in a three-story building around 10:18 Thursday morning. Officials said firefighters believed they had the blaze extinguished at one point, but it flared up again. The building is a barracks for the 4th Brigade Combat Team and is under construction near the 4th Brigade barracks campus on Bastogne Street.

California mosque vandalized, Ground Zero mentioned

California mosque vandalized, Ground Zero mentioned 25 Aug 2010 Vandalism to a Madera Islamic center and signs found on the property are being investigated as a hate crime, the Madera County Sheriff's Department said today. A brick was thrown through a window Friday and three signs were found at Masjid Madera, 16634 Road 26, during two other incidences since Aug. 18, said Erica Stuart, Sheriff's Department spokeswoman. Two of the signs were found on the center's property Tuesday afternoon. The signs read "No Temple for the God of terrorism at Ground Zero. ANB," "Wake up America, the Enemy is here. ANB" and "American Nationalist Brotherhood."

U.S. deficit panel chair stirs uproar over remark

U.S. deficit panel chair stirs uproar over remark 25 Aug 2010 The co-chairman of a commission on the U.S. budget deficit came under fire on Wednesday after an off-color remark that likened the payment of government retirement benefits to milking cows. Women's groups and some lawmakers called for the resignation of Alan Simpson, a Republican who serves on the bipartisan deficit panel created by President Barack Obama. Simpson wrote this week in an email to one of his critics the Social Security retirement program has reached the point "where it's like a milk cow with 310 million tits."

Deficit Commission Co-Chair Apologizes for Calling Social Security 'A Milk Cow with 310 Million T*ts'

Deficit Commission Co-Chair Apologizes for Calling Social Security 'A Milk Cow with 310 Million T*ts' --Feminist Groups Call for His Ouster 25 Aug 2010 Former Sen. Alan Simpson, R-Predator-Wyo., the GOP co-chair of the president’s deficit Cat Food commission, apologized today for sending an email to a female activist for seniors in which he described Social Security as "a milk cow with 310 million t*ts." "Over the last 40 years, I have had my size 15 feet in my mouth a time or two," Simpson wrote in a letter to the activist, Ashley Carson, on the official stationery of the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform. [Notice Obusha didn't fire this dirt-bag, but couldn't *wait* to fire Shirley Sherrod? --LRP]

C.I.A. Paid Entire Budget of Afghanistan's Spy Service From 2002 to 2009

C.I.A. Paid Entire Budget of Afghanistan's Spy Service From 2002 to 2009 --Key Karzai Aide Arrested in Corruption Inquiry Is C.I.A. Informant 26 Aug 2010 The aide to President Hamid Karzai of Afghanistan at the center of a politically sensitive corruption investigation is being paid by the Central Intelligence Agency, according to Afghan and American officials. Mohammed Zia Salehi, the chief of administration for the National Security Council, appears to have been on the payroll for many years, according to officials in Kabul and Washington... Other prominent Afghans who American officials have said were on the C.I.A.'s payroll include the president’s half brother, Ahmed Wali Karzai, suspected by investigators of playing a role in Afghanistan’s booming opium trade.  Earlier this year, American officials did not press Mr. Karzai to remove his brother from his post as the chairman of the Kandahar provincial council. [This is why the scumbags on Obusha's 'Deficit Commission' aka 'Cat Food' Commission are bent on eliminating Social Security: US taxpayers fund the whole Afghanistan opium pipeline -- instead of domestic programs -- so USociopaths, corporaterrorists and mercenaries can get rich. This is *insane.* Start reading. Arming the Left: Is the time now? By Charles Southwell 21 Oct 2003.]

Democratic Party looking to brand Miller as 'dangerous'

Democratic Party looking to brand Miller as 'dangerous' 25 Aug 2010 Wasting no time with a potential Republican upset in what had been a previously ungettable U.S. Senate seat, national Democrats on Wednesday made their move in Alaska. Democrats don't yet know officially whether their new candidate, Scott McAdams of Sitka, will face lawyer Joe Miller of Fairbanks. Miller, backed by the Tea Party Express [corporaterrorists], continues to hold a lead in the Republican primary over incumbent Sen. Lisa Murkowski as absentee ballots are counted... By mid-afternoon the day after the election, the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee had labeled Miller in an e-mail blast as a "dangerous enemy to middle-class Alaskans."

NORAD to conduct training mission over Washington

NORAD to conduct training mission over Washington --'Falcon Virgo' will involve NORAD, Civil Air Patrol aircraft and Coast Guard helicopters 25 Aug 2010 People in the Washington region may be jarred from their sleep by planes buzzing overhead and rattling walls overnight because of a military training exercise. The North American Aerospace Defense Comend, or NORAD, will be conducting a training mission over Washington, with exercises involving multiple training flights between 11:30 p.m. Wednesday and 5:30 a.m. Thursday.

KBR will do additional design work for BP in Egypt

KBR will do additional design work for BP in Egypt 25 Aug 2010 KBR Inc. said on Wednesday that it has been picked by BP PLC to do additional design work for an onshore gas terminal in Egypt. The size of the contract was not disclosed. KBR said it had done earlier design work on the terminal, which it said would process 1 billion cubic feet per day of gas.

9/11 families, others rally in favor of NYC mosque

9/11 families, others rally in favor of NYC mosque 25 Aug 2010 The planned mosque and Islamic center blocks from ground zero got a new boost Wednesday from a coalition of supporters that includes families of Sept. 11 victims. New York Neighbors for American Values rallied for the first time at a municipal building near ground zero.

Canada Jets Turn Back Russian Aircraft in the Arctic

Canada Jets Turn Back Russian Aircraft in the Arctic 25 Aug 2010 Canadian air force jets turned back two Russian bombers close to Canada’s northern border yesterday, Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s office said in a statement. The encounter with the Tupolev TU-95 bombers underscores the need for Canada to buy F-35 fighter jets, Harper’s spokesman, Dimitri Soudas, said. Defence Minister Peter MacKay said last month Canada will spend about C$9 billion ($8.5 billion) to buy 65 Joint Strike Fighter jets from Lockheed Martin Corp. to replace its CF-18 planes.

Insurgents attack Iraqi police, dozens killed

Insurgents attack Iraqi police, dozens killed 25 Aug 2010 Suicide bombers and other attackers killed at least 62 people in coordinated attacks on Iraqi security forces throughout the country Wednesday, less than a week before U.S. troops formally end combat operations [and USociopaths and mercenaries invade]. The bombings also wounded more than 250 people.

Two US-led troops killed in Afghanistan

Two US-led troops killed in Afghanistan 25 Aug 2010 An exchange of fire between two US-led soldiers and an Afghan police trainee has left all three killed in northwestern Afghanistan's Badghis Province. The soldiers were reportedly Spanish and their civilian interpreter has also been killed in the Wednesday incident, a Press TV correspondent reported.

Bomb squad detonates backpack at Maricopa County court building

Bomb squad detonates backpack at Maricopa County court building 25 Aug 2010 The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office bomb squad used an explosive to detonate a suspicious backpack in front of the Board of Supervisor's auditorium Wednesday in downtown Phoenix after a bomb threat was made. An investigation revealed there was no explosive in the backpack, said Karen Westover, an attorney for the Maricopa County Superior Court. An X-ray had revealed what appeared to be a circuit board and wires in the backpack at the Central Court Building Plaza, according to Maricopa County Superior Court officials.

Troops still deploying to Mideast from Fort Hood

Troops still deploying to Mideast from Fort Hood --Combat soldiers deploying to southern Iraq 24 Aug 2010 As the nation watches troops being withdrawn from the Middle East, few perhaps are aware that another wave of soldiers is being deployed. On Tuesday, a group of about 150 soldiers from the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment, based in Fort Hood, Texas, had a two-hour layover at Bangor International Airport on their way to southern Iraq. "So we are combat arms soldiers -- I’m a tanker, we’ve got other tankers and artillery. But our job in Iraq is primarily going to be to training Iraqi security forces, cops, the [Iraqi] army, the border forces -- they’ve got huge border forces," Lt. Col. Bryan Mullins said.

CIA Red Cell Memorandum on United States "Exporting Terrorism"

CIA Red Cell Memorandum on United States "Exporting Terrorism" Posted by WkiLeaks 25 Aug 2010 This CIA "Red Cell" report from February 2, 2010, looks at what will happen if it is internationally understood that the United States is an exporter of terrorism; 'Contrary to common belief, the American export of terrorism or terrorists is not a recent phenomenon, nor has it been associated only with Islamic radicals or people of Middle Eastern, African or South Asian ethnic origin. This dynamic belies the American belief that our free, open and integrated multicultural society lessens the allure of radicalism and terrorism for US citizens.'

Police: Cab Driver Stabbed By Passenger Who Asked "Are You Muslim?"

Police: Cab Driver Stabbed By Passenger Who Asked "Are You Muslim?" 25 Aug 2010 A city cab driver is in the hospital after being stabbed by a passenger who allegedly asked if he was Muslim, police tell NY1. Investigators with the New York City Police Department say it all began Monday night when a 21-year-old man hailed a cab at 24th Street and Second Avenue in Manhattan. Police say the passenger asked the driver, "Are you Muslim?" When the driver said yes the passenger pulled a knife and slashed him in the throat, arm and lip.

School terror lesson to kill Australians

School terror lesson to kill Australians --"Your goal is to kill the MOST innocent civilians in order to get your message across," it said. 25 Aug 2010 Students at a government high school have been asked in a class assignment to plan a terrorist attack using chemical or biological warfare to kill as many innocent people as possible. The task, set by a society and environment teacher at Kalgoorlie-Boulder Community High School, asked Year 10 students to pretend they were terrorists planning to make a political statement by releasing a chemical or biological agent on "an unsuspecting Australian community".

Obama officials call for drones, military strikes in Yemen

Obama officials call for drones, military strikes in Yemen 24 Aug 2010 For the first time since the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, CIA analysts see one of al-Qaeda's offshoots - rather than the core group now based in Pakistan Langley - as the most urgent threat to U.S. security, officials said. The sober new assessment of al-Qaeda's affiliate in Yemen has helped prompt senior Obama administration officials to call for an escalation of U.S. operations there - including a proposal to add armed CIA drones to a clandestine campaign of U.S. military strikes, the officials said. "We are looking to draw on all of the capabilities at our disposal," said a senior Obama administration official, who described plans for "a ramp-up over a period of months."

Democrats pick Meek in Fla.

Democrats pick Meek in Fla. 25 Aug 2010 In Florida, voters delivered a mixed verdict on the outsider versus establishment question. In the Democratic Senate primary, Rep. Kendrick Meek easily defeated billionaire businessman and political novice [and GOP mole] Jeff Greene. His victory set up a compelling three-way general election that includes Republican nominee [Teabagger] Marco Rubio and Gov. Charlie Crist, who is running as an independent.

Obama to appeal stemcell research ruling

Obama to appeal stemcell research ruling 25 Aug 2010  The US Justice Department said Tuesday it will appeal a judge's decision to block federal funding for stemcell research, risking an election year fight over hot button issues of science and religion. "I can confirm we plan to appeal," said Tracy Schmaller, a Justice Department spokesperson, adding that the department was "likely to file this week."

McCain wins Ariz. GOP primary

McCain wins Ariz. GOP primary 24 Aug 2010 Sen. John McCain held off a Republican primary challenge by conservative firebrand J.D. Hayworth in Arizona Tuesday, returns indicated. With votes still being counted late Tuesday, CNN projected McCain, the Republican nominee for president in 2008, won the GOP primary Tuesday as he seeks a fifth term in the U.S. Senate.

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