The US inches ever closer to attacking Iran

Monday, July 10, 2006

News for 07-09-06

07-09-06 - Five more US soldiers charged in Iraq rape, murder case

07-09-06 - US to dangle nuclear deal in exchange for Russia's help on Iran The United States said it is beginning negotiations with Russia on a potentially lucrative nuclear energy accord, but made clear any deal would be conditional on Moscow's full cooperation in US attempts to block Iranian nuclear ambitions.

07-09-06 - Iraq security meeting wraps up in Iran

07-09-06 - Tehran bans senior U.N. inspector from Iran: diplomat Iran has banned a senior U.N. nuclear inspector who has criticized the Tehran government from visiting the country, a Western diplomat said on Sunday.

07-09-06 - Two dead soldiers, eight more to go, vow avengers of Iraqi girl's rape

07-09-06 - Iran to reply to nuclear offer in August Iran has said it will take until the second half of August to respond to an international offer of incentives in return for the suspension of sensitive nuclear work.

07-09-06 - Abbas orders envoys to Syria over Gaza crisis Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas has sent two envoys to Hamas's exiled political leader and Syrian authorities to discuss the capture of an Israeli soldier and the crisis in the Gaza Strip.

07-09-06 - US-Russian tensions to simmer at G8 Bush has been frustrated by Russia's resistance to a tougher line on Iran's nuclear ambitions and its Iraq war opposition

07-09-06 - US govt seen in breach of law for concealing intelligence

07-09-06 - US looks to China to influence N. Korea

07-09-06 - West mounts 'secret war' to keep nuclear North Korea in check

07-09-06 - Sources say no serious plot for NYC, just hate chatter ?The so-called New York tunnel plot was a result of discussions held on an open Jihadi web site,? said Philip Giraldi, a former CIA officer and contributor to American Conservative magazine, in a late Friday afternoon conversation. Although Giraldi acknowledges that the persons involved ? ?three of whom have already been arrested in Lebanon and elsewhere - are indeed extremists," their online chatter is considerably overblown by allegations of an actual plot. Philip Giraldi is one of the good guys - whose column was sorely missed in the latest edition of TAC.

07-09-06 - Subverting IAEA-NSG Regime

07-09-06 - Agent who led Bin Laden hunt criticises CIA He believes the unit was dismantled because of bureaucratic jealousies within the CIA, and that the closure delivers a further setback to a pursuit that has been squeezed for resources for the past two years.

07-09-06 - Swiss FM repeats offer to help Iran in talks over nuclear row

07-09-06 - Remarks draw anger Muslim groups worry about backlash in light of video calling for violence from local man suspected of joining al-Qaida.


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