The US inches ever closer to attacking Iran

Monday, November 07, 2005

News for 11-06-05

11-06-05 - Source of Iraq-Qaeda link suspected liar: report A top al Qaeda operative in U.S. custody was identified as a probable liar months before the Bush administration began using his claims as the basis of its contention that Iraq trained al Qaeda members to use biological and chemical weapons, The New York Times reported in Sunday editions.

11-06-05 - Iran backs under-fire Syria

11-06-05 - Terrified Residents Flee Iraq Fighting Scores of terrified Iraqis fled a besieged town Sunday, waving white flags and hauling their belongings to escape a second day of fighting between U.S. Marines and al-Qaida-led militants along the Syrian border. U.S. and Iraqi troops battled insurgents house-to-house, the U.S. military said

11-06-05 - Torture: It's the new American way

11-06-05 - UN Summons Syrian Officers in Hariri Probe

11-06-05 - Pressure on Syria 'unacceptable': Iran

11-06-05 - Iran issues fresh nuclear challenge Iran again defied the international community over its nuclear programme, announcing it would soon embark on fresh nuclear fuel work and was seeking investors for uranium enrichment activities

11-06-05 - Iran?s military says ready to counter U.S. assault

11-06-05 - Iran seeks to renew nuclear talks

11-06-05 - The Niger connection The information came from a woman who worked at the Niger embassy in Rome, given the code name of La Signora by Sismi. She also provided Niger's cryptographic codes and other internal documents.

11-06-05 - Historic Iraqi flight to Tehran

11-06-05 - From 2003: Macmillan backed Syria assassination plot Newly discovered documents show how in 1957 Harold Macmillan and President Dwight Eisenhower approved a CIA-MI6 plan to stage fake border incidents as an excuse for an invasion by Syria's pro-western neighbours, and then to "eliminate" the most influential triumvirate in Damascus.

11-06-05 - Iran Tries Charm to Counter Israel Remarks

11-06-05 - Changed attitude at the world body That's because they've got their new UN ambassador Bolton on the case.

11-06-05 - DeLay Asked Abramoff for Funds Through Foundation, E-mails Show

11-06-05 - From 1998: Israeli nabbed in Pentagon hack In its second move against computer hacking this week, the Justice Department announced the arrest of a trio of Israeli hackers suspected of breaking into computer networks belonging to U.S. and Israeli governments, as well as those of businesses and educational institutions in the United States and abroad.


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