The US inches ever closer to attacking Iran

Tuesday, November 29, 2005

News for 11-28-05

11-28-05 - Syria wants UN report changed after witness recants

11-28-05 - Witness says he implicated Syria in Hariri murder Hosam Taher Hosam said a report by chief U.N. investigator Detlev Mehlis to the Security Council implicating Syrian and Lebanese officials in the February 14 assassination of Rafik al-Hariri was based mainly on his false allegations.

11-28-05 - Video prompts probes into security in Iraq A video appearing to show private security guards in Baghdad randomly shooting Iraqi civilians has sparked two investigations after it was posted on the Internet.

11-28-05 - Scooter's Motive We're getting closer to the truth

11-28-05 - EU tests waters for resuming nuclear talks with Iran

11-28-05 - UN applaudes Syria?s Role In Helping Palestine

11-28-05 - China marks International Day of Solidarity with Palestinians The United Nations designated November 29 as the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian people in a resolution adopted in 1977

11-28-05 - Is Defeat Now an Option? by Patrick J. Buchanan

11-28-05 - Blair accused as summit on anti-terrorism ends in failure A Spanish foreign policy adviser was caught on an open mike yesterday accusing Tony Blair of preparing to "throw the towel in" and blaming the Israelis for being intractable at a summit on countering terrorism which ended in failure.

11-28-05 - US plays down planned contacts with Iranians

11-28-05 - Arabs should not exclude Islamist parties - Albright

11-28-05 - Syria, Lebanon vow 'new page' in relations

11-28-05 - Ex-Powell Aide Criticizes Detainee Effort A top aide to former Secretary of State Colin Powell said Monday that wrongheaded ideas for the handling of foreign detainees arose from White House and Pentagon officials who argued that "the president of the United States is all-powerful" and the Geneva Conventions irrelevant.

11-28-05 - A History of Violence Dreyfuss also reveals how Israel helped to create and empower the forerunners of Hamas as a bulwark against Palestinian nationalism (as embodied by Yasser Arafat and the PLO). The Likud-Hamas link - with both organizations thriving in unstable, warlike environments - is sure to be one of the book's most controversial points

11-28-05 - Israel-U.S. dialogue resumed The United States suspended the dialogue in recent years because of Israeli arms sales to China


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