The US inches ever closer to attacking Iran

Monday, October 31, 2005

News for 10-30-05

10-30-05 - U.N. Council Divided Over Syria Resolution Russia, China and Algeria, a non-permanent council member and its only Arab representative, oppose the threat of sanctions, saying it's too early since the investigation has been extended until Dec. 15 and no final results have been produced.

10-30-05 - Key Events Tied to Libby's Role in Probe

10-30-05 - Syria launches diplomatic campaign to ease pressure

10-30-05 - Iran won't return to nuclear freeze: Ahmadinejad

10-30-05 - Damascus fears 'unfair' UN sanctions

10-30-05 - UK Discourages Military Response vs. Iran

10-30-05 - Bush, Cheney Urged to Apologize for Aides

10-30-05 - US admits it has counted 26,000 Iraqi dead The Pentagon has admitted for the first time that it is keeping track of civilian casualties in Iraq. The figures, slipped into a bar graph in a lengthy report to the US congress this month, show that the daily number of Iraqi casualties has more than doubled in the past 18 months.... This contradicts the Pentagon's assertion that the security situation in Iraq is improving - and that appearances to the contrary reflect the media's focus on bombings in and around Baghdad.

10-30-05 - Syria accuses US of military raids

10-30-05 - Militia boasts of role in Sabra massacre In Massaker, six former Christian Phalange militiamen tell of their training by Israeli allies and recount the events of 16-18 September, 1982, when hundreds of Palestinian men, women and children were killed in the Beirut camps.

10-30-05 - Bad Blood Exists Between White House, CIA

10-30-05 - Iranians say Israel spat used to up atomic pressure

10-30-05 - Lebanon Tries to Cut Off Palestinian Group

10-30-05 - Tougher international line on Syria The Bush administration's goal in Syria is a familiar one: regime change.

10-30-05 - UN's Mehlis report discredited :: International espionage over Syria?::

10-30-05 - Israel slams Annan's planned visit to Iran

10-30-05 - How the Iraq War disappointed Israel In short, there is a growing recognition in Israel that the Iraq War was not so good for the Jews Because it wasn't the 'cakewalk' as was predicted by neoconservative Paul Wolfowitz?

10-30-05 - Iran president calls for democracy for Palestinians


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