The US inches ever closer to attacking Iran

Wednesday, January 18, 2006

News for 01-17-06

01-17-06 - U.S.: 'Very high' chance of WMD terror strike There is a "very high" probability that a terrorist group will strike using nuclear, chemical or biological weapons, a senior U.S. counterterrorism official said in comments published Tuesday Playing the terror card to stampede the sheeple into another war.

01-17-06 - Russia, China want talks not sanctions on Iran Russia and China made clear on Tuesday they did not favor U.N. sanctions to induce Iran to scale back its nuclear program, and Tehran urged the European Union to return to the negotiating table.

01-17-06 - Defiant Iran could withdraw oil in nuclear row

01-17-06 - US refuses new talks with Iran

01-17-06 - Iran 'detains' Iraqi coastguards

01-17-06 - Mideast Asks Cheney for Patience With Iran The Arab world's two major powers urged Vice President Dick Cheney on Tuesday to give negotiations more time in the growing diplomatic conflict over Iran's nuclear program.

01-17-06 - World can't afford to lose Iran's oil: US EIA

01-17-06 - Iran coastguard kill Iraqi, Basra governor says

01-17-06 - Cheney holds Syria crisis talks

01-17-06 - Thousands of Lebanese Protest Against U.S.

01-17-06 - Iran lifts CNN ban after apology

01-17-06 - Report: Germany provided passports to Mossad agents A spokesman for the BND confirmed that his organization is cooperating with the Mossad, but refused to respond to the reported information that the organization supplied the Mossad with passports


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