The US inches ever closer to attacking Iran

Monday, December 12, 2005

News for 12-11-05

12-11-05 - New Hariri report 'blames Syria' The chief UN investigator has indicated it will confirm the findings of the first extensive report, but it will also include more concrete evidence.

12-11-05 - UN chief investigator delivers Hariri probe report to Annan

12-11-05 - Assad to punish any Syrian "proven" guilty on Hariri

12-11-05 - Iran Offers U.S. Share in Nuclear Plants

12-11-05 - Bush Says Congress Needs to Act Quickly to Extend Patriot Act U.S. President George W. Bush called on Congress to quickly renew the USA Patriot Act, saying that the law's expiration at the end of this month might lead to terrorist violence

12-11-05 - French spy service warned US about bogus Niger uranium claim: ex-official

12-11-05 - Bush urges Syria to release prisoners

12-11-05 - Israel accuses EU of breaching international terror law Israel has accused the European Union of breaching international laws against terrorism by maintaining contact with the radical Islamist groups Hamas and Hizbollah, in a sign of new tension between Israel and Europe. Pot, this is the kettle calling

12-11-05 - Israel denies Iran attack plans

12-11-05 - Racial tensions spark Sydney beach violence The France riots, in reverse.

12-11-05 - Germany warns of fallout over Iranian leader's anti-Israel remarks

12-11-05 - Israel may strike Iran

12-11-05 - Reaction to remarks on Israel surprises Iran

12-11-05 - Al-Arian retrial? Prosecutors in tough spot Federal Public Defender R. Fletcher Peacock, whose office represented Fariz, said any retrial would be a waste of tax money. But Bob Leventhal, a former prosecutor, says the government doesn't give up so easily


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