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Massive Israel spy base exposed

Massive Israel spy base exposed 08 Sep 2010 A French periodical has revealed the location of a secret Israeli espionage center, which ranks among the world's largest and most significant. The base, which intercepts information for the Israeli Spy Agency (Mossad) and the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), is placed near Kibbutz Urim not far from Beersheba, the largest city in the Negev desert, which is in the south of Israel, Israeli website Ynetnews said on Sunday, detailing the report by the monthly newspaper Le Monde Diplomatique.

Health Insurers Plan Hikes

Well, kinock me over with a feather! Health Insurers Plan Hikes 08 Sep 2010 Health insurers say they plan to raise premiums for some Americans as a direct result of the 'health overhaul' in coming weeks, complicating Democrats' efforts to trumpet their signature achievement before the midterm elections. Aetna Inc., some BlueCross BlueShield plans and other smaller carriers have asked for premium increases of between 1% and 9% to pay for extra benefits required under the law, according to filings with state regulators. [There was no 'health overhaul.' There was a corporaterrorist giveaway engineered by and for the insurance cartel, with Obama ensuring the public option -- along with the ability for the government to negotiate for lower prescription drug costs -- would go missing. --LRP]

Terry Jones: Burning Korans 'Meant to Be a Warning'

Terry Jones: Burning Korans 'Meant to Be a Warning' --Preacher Says Bonfire of Holy Books Will Send a Message to Muslims 07 Sep 2010 As far as [sociopath] Terry Jones is concerned, he's just supplying the kindling -- several hundred copies of the Koran, Islam's holiest book. He said the spark was ignited nine years ago when a band of Muslim terrorists boarded planes and turned U.S. citizens into weapons against their own people. Now, as symbol of fiery retribution, Jones plans to build a giant bonfire and set ablaze the Muslim holy book on Sept. 11. ['Retribution?' 9/11 was an inside job.]

Chicago Mayor Daley won't run for re-election

Chicago Mayor Daley won't run for re-election 07 Sep 2010 Chicago Mayor Richard Daley says he's not running for re-election after more than 20 years in office. Daley said Tuesday he's been thinking about not running for several months and has become comfortable with his decision over the last several weeks. The 68-year-old Democrat has been Chicago's mayor since 1989.

Obama Will Not Extend Bush-Era Tax Cuts to Wealthy

Obama Will Not Extend Bush-Era Tax Cuts to Wealthy 08 Sep 2010 President Obama on Wednesday will rule out any compromise that would extend the Bush-era tax cuts for the wealthy beyond this year, officials said, adding a populist twist to an election-season economic package that is otherwise designed to entice support from big businesses and their Republican allies. Mr. Obama’s opposition to allowing the high-end tax cuts to remain in place for even another year or two would be the signal many Congressional Democrats have been awaiting as they prepare for a showdown with Republicans on the issue and ends speculation that the White House might be open to an extension.

FBI: Gunman at Army post accused of threatening to kill Obama

FBI: Gunman at Army post accused of threatening to kill Obama --Affidavit: Search of residence resulted in discovery of 11 long guns, four pistols, multiple rounds of ammunition and dozens of bayonets and knives 07 Sep 2010 A former soldier arrested after a hostage incident at a military base in Georgia faces multiple charges that include threatening to kill President Barack Obama and former President Bill Clinton, according to federal court documents filed Tuesday. Robert Anthony Quinones, 29, of Hinesville, Georgia, was arrested Monday after the two-hour hostage situation at Winn Community Hospital on Fort Stewart, about 45 miles from Savannah, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Two US soldiers killed in Iraq

Two US soldiers killed in Iraq 07 Sep 2010 Just a week after the end of the US combat mission in Iraq, two American soldiers have been killed in northern Iraq, says a US army spokesman. "There was an incident that resulted in casualties to US forces," Lieutenant Colonel Jeff Allen told AFP on Tuesday.

Afghans protest U.S. church's plans to torch Koran

Afghans protest U.S. church's plans to torch Koran 06 Sep 2010 Several hundred Afghans chanting "Death to America" rallied outside a mosque in the Afghan capital on Monday to protest against an American church's plan to burn a copy of the Koran on the anniversary of the September 11 attacks. The protesters, mostly students from religious schools, gathered outside Kabul's Milad ul-Nabi mosque to condemn plans by the Gainesville, Florida-based Dove World Outreach Centre to burn copies of the Koran to mark the ninth anniversary of the attacks [aka false flag] against the United States.

Powerful bomb blast rocks NW pakistan

Powerful bomb blast rocks NW pakistan 07 Sep 2010 A massive bomb attack on police headquarters in northwestern Pakistan has reportedly killed 17 people, as violence continues to sweep the country despite the recent flood tragedy. Police say the blast took place in Kohat district on Tuesday leaving at least 20 others, including women and children, injured, Press TV reports. Several people are still trapped under the debris of the building that collapsed in the blast.

Obama to introduce another business tax cut

Obama to introduce another business tax cut 07 Sep 2010 In another move aimed at stabilizing the still-shaky economy, President [Wall Street troll] Barack Obama on Wednesday will introduce a new $200 billion tax cut giving businesses across the country an incentive to buy new equipment in the short term, according to a senior administration official. The tax cut would allow businesses to write off 100 percent of new investments in plants and equipment made between now and the end of 2011, according to the senior administration official.

Tony Blair scrapped London book signing to avoid protest 'hassle'

Tony Blair scrapped London book signing to avoid protest 'hassle' --Former prime minister worried BNP might have caused trouble, and says he wanted to prevent 'extra strain on police resources' 07 Sep 2010 Tony Blair yesterday took a last-minute decision to cancel his key book signing in central London because of security fears, after unrest at a signing in Dublin saw the former prime minister pelted with eggs and shoes. Blair said he was cancelling the event, due to take place tomorrow at Waterstone's bookshop in Piccadilly, central London, "to avoid the inconvenience to the public it would have caused".

US eyes more troops for Afghanistan

US eyes more troops for Afghanistan 06 Sep 2010 Commander of the US-led forces in Afghanistan wants 2,000 extra troops in the country as foreign soldiers are experiencing their deadliest year since the 2001 invasion. General David Petraeus claims the extra troops are intended to mainly train Afghan security forces, a NATO official said on Monday. The mission comes in addition to the 30,000 extra troops sent by US President Barack Obama to bolster the unpopular war. [See: "Hope-and-Change," A Hoax By Michael Rectenwald and Lori Price 27 May 2010.]

US drone attack kills five in Pakistan

US drone attack kills five in Pakistan --US-led strikes have killed at least two dozen people over the past four days. 06 Sep 2010 A fresh US strike has killed at least five people in Pakistan's northwestern tribal region, amid growing discontent over climbing number of civilian casualties. The unmanned plane fired two missiles at a vehicle in Data Khel area of North Waziristan Agency on Monday, a Press TV correspondent reported. The vehicle was destroyed in the attack. Security officials in the area say several others have been wounded in the attack. [There's not enough discontent. Civilians need to start destroying these killing machines.]

Afghan captors release Japanese reporter

Afghan captors release Japanese reporter 06 Sep 2010 A Japanese journalist who was abducted by militants in Afghanistan five months ago has been freed by his captors and left the country, Japan's Foreign Ministry said. Kosuke Tsuneoka, a freelance journalist and veteran of war zones, was kidnapped on April 1. He was released Saturday night to a Japanese embassy and appeared tired but otherwise unharmed, the ministry said in a statement.

The News reporter tortured, humiliated after abduction

The News reporter tortured, humiliated after abduction 06 Sep 2010 Umer Cheema, reporter of The News Investigation Cell was tortured and humiliated during 6-hour captivity after abduction by unidentified men from Islamabad on Saturday. Giving account of the events of abduction and torture following his release, Umer Cheema said he was picked up by some unknown men in police uniforms from Islamabad Sector I-8 when he was returning home early in the morning at Sehri time and taken to an unknown place at 45 to 50 minutes drive... "I was held in illegal captivity for 6 hours during which I was continuously tortured and humiliated in nude. They stripped me out of my clothes, hanged me upside down and shaved off my head and moustaches," the senior reporter of the country’s leading English daily recounted.

US actors back boycott of West Bank theater

US actors back boycott of West Bank theater 06 Sep 2010 Following the movement of Israeli theater professionals who authored a letter refusing to perform in the settlement of Ariel, American counterparts have come together with their own statement of support. "As American actors, directors, critics and playwrights, we salute our Israeli counterparts for their courageous decision," the letter says. Organized by Jewish Voice for Peace, a Jewish-American organization, the statement has been signed by over 150 theater and film professionals representing some influential artists in theater and film.

Engineering lab finds dispersant in Biloxi water

Engineering lab finds dispersant in Biloxi water --Team found significant chemical concentrations of 780 parts per billion 01 Sep 2010 A Boston-based engineering company, hired by a New Orleans law firm to take samplings in Gulf waters, recently found high concentrations of dispersant near an oil patch between Horn Island and Biloxi. Boston Chemical Data Corp. President Marco Kaltofen said his group was collecting samples Aug. 9 at Horn Island when they came across a brown, foamy material near an iridescent sheen of oil. The team a detected chemical odor, he said.

Stay Vigilant, Bird Flu Could Spark Next Global Outbreak, Urges Expert

Pimping their new pandemic: Stay Vigilant, Bird Flu Could Spark Next Global Outbreak, Urges Expert 05 Sep 2010 Robert Webster, an influenza expert, says health authorities worldwide need to remain watchful for possible influenza outbreaks, despite swine flu being much less deadly than people had originally feared. Webster, chairman of the virology and molecular biology department at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee, USA, says that bird flu remains a possible threat and could be the cause of the next global outbreak... Some prestigious medical journals, as well as leading experts expressed concern that billions of dollars of public money was wasted, with not much achieved except for the pharmaceutical industry's profits.

Foreign report: Israel has one of world's largest 'eavesdropping' intel bases

Foreign report: Israel has one of world's largest 'eavesdropping' intel bases 05 Sep 2010 Israel has one of the largest signals intelligence (SIGINT) bases in the world in the western Negev, Le Monde Diplomatique reported. The base, near Kibbutz Urim, is central to the activities of the main Israel Defense Forces signals intelligence unit, 8200, the report says. According to the report, the base has 30 antennas and satellite dishes of different sizes and types, capable of eavesdropping on telephone calls and accessing the e-mail of "governments, international organizations, foreign companies, political groups and individuals."

Three NATO trucks burn in Pakistan

Three NATO trucks burn in Pakistan --Over the past few weeks, militants have destroyed more than twenty NATO oil tankers. 05 Sep 2010 Militants in Pakistan have torched three oil tankers carrying fuel supplies to NATO and US forces stationed in neighboring Afghanistan. The oil tankers were intercepted by unknown gunmen riding motorcycles in southwestern Balochistan Province, Pakistani police officials told Press TV. Police confirmed that the militants took the people on board hostage at gunpoint and set the trucks on fire in the Mongechar area of Kalat district late Saturday.

3 LAX terminals shut down after guard leaves post

3 LAX terminals shut down after guard leaves post 05 Sep 2010 Officials say three terminals at the Los Angeles International Airport were briefly shut down after an airport contract worker left an exit from a secure area unattended. Transportation Security Administration spokesman Jon Allen says an officer discovered about 4:30 a.m. Saturday that an exit from one of the terminals was unguarded. He says three checkpoints were closed and officers reviewed videotape from all three exits.

Israeli says not guilty of 'largest human trafficking case in U.S. history'

Israeli says not guilty of 'largest human trafficking case in U.S. history' 05 Sep 2010 The Israeli head of a labor recruiting company accused of exploiting 400 workers from Thailand and forcing them to work on U.S. farms pleaded not guilty Friday, in part of what the Federal Bureau of Investigation calls the largest human-trafficking case U.S. history. Los Angeles-based Global Horizons Manpower CEO Mordechai Orian, 45, surrendered to federal authorities in Honolulu earlier Friday, a day after the FBI had tried to arrest him at his Southern California home but found he wasn't there.

Twelve dead after Baghdad attacks

Twelve dead after Baghdad attacks 06 Sep 2010 Twelve people were killed yesterday when suicide bombers attacked a military headquarters in Baghdad - two weeks after an attack on the same base pointed to the failure of Iraqi forces to plug even the most obvious holes in their security. Iraqi soldiers were helped to repel the attack by American troops who were training them at the compound at Rusafa, in the east of the capital.

Israeli police accused of targeting Jerusalem's Arab residents

Israeli police accused of targeting Jerusalem's Arab residents 06 Sep 2010 A leading civil-rights group has accused Israeli police of systematic discrimination against the Arab residents of East Jerusalem as growing numbers of hardline religious Jews take up residence in Palestinian areas. A report from the Association for Civil Rights in Israel (Acri) found that violent confrontations between Jewish residents and their Palestinian neighbours had risen rapidly, but that Israeli police have largely ignored Palestinian complaints.

'Anti-terror data' found in the street

'Anti-terror data' found in the street 05 Sep 2010 Police were today investigating the contents of a computer memory stick said to contain sensitive anti-terror material which was reportedly found in the street outside a police station. The four-inch USB storage device was alleged to have contained more than 2,000 pages of confidential information, including strategies on combating terror attacks. The memory stick was found by a 36-year-old businessman on a pavement outside the station in Stalybridge, Greater Manchester, said the Daily Star on Sunday.

U.S. troops join Baghdad battle

U.S. troops join Baghdad battle --Fighting comes just days after official end to American combat operations 05 Sep 2010  Days after the U.S. officially ended combat operations and touted Iraq's ability to defend itself, American troops found themselves battling heavily armed militants assaulting an Iraqi military headquarters in the center of Baghdad on Sunday. The fighting killed 12 people and wounded dozens. It was the first exchange of fire involving U.S. troops in Baghdad since the Aug. 31 deadline for formally ending the combat mission, and it showed that American troops remaining in the country are still being drawn into the fighting.

Two British soldiers killed by Afghanistan explosions

Two British soldiers killed by Afghanistan explosions 05 Sep 2010 A British soldier has died in hospital in the UK while another was killed in an explosion in southern Afghanistan, the Ministry of Defence said.

3 US-led soldiers killed in Afghanistan

3 US-led soldiers killed in Afghanistan 05 Sep 2010 Three foreign troops, including one American, are killed in southern Afghanistan, bringing the number of the US soldiers killed in the country since the beginning of this year to 328. NATO's International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) confirmed the casualties in separate insurgent attacks in the troubled south on a Sunday statement. An American died in the war-torn Afghanistan on Saturday following a Taliban-style bomb attack, AFP reported.

Doctors demand David Kelly inquest

Doctors demand David Kelly inquest 04 Sep 2010 A group of leading doctors will go to the high court next week in an attempt to force an inquest into the death of Dr David Kelly. The six doctors claim it is not possible to prove that Dr Kelly committed suicide based on the medical information available. They want to obtain a court ruling that would require Dominic Grieve, the Attorney General, to seek a new inquest.

Court throws out $926 million Rocky Flats award

Court throws out $926 million Rocky Flats award 04 Sep 2010 A $926 million award to thousands of Colorado homeowners in a lawsuit involving plutonium contamination from a now-defunct nuclear weapons plant was thrown out Friday by a federal appeals court. A three-judge panel also tossed the jury verdict in the case and ruled that homeowners failed to prove their properties were damaged or that they suffered bodily injury from plutonium that blew onto their properties from Rocky Flats northwest of Denver. Taxpayers have paid the contractors' legal bills and would have paid any penalties under Energy Department contracts indemnifying the companies. [WHY are *taxpayers* subsidizing these socipaths?]

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