The US inches ever closer to attacking Iran

Wednesday, October 11, 2006

News for 10-10-06

10-10-06 - Blasts rock US army base in Iraq "Given the number and the scale of these explosions - and this is a very large base with a large number of troops - casualties are a possibility," he said.

10-10-06 - North Korean test 'went wrong,' U.S. official says

10-10-06 - Quake raises fears of 2nd N. Korea test A strong earthquake shook northern Japan on Wednesday and Japanese media reported the government had detected tremors in North Korea as well, leading it to suspect Pyongyang had conducted a second nuclear test.

10-10-06 - North Korea warns of attack ROGUE state North Korea last night threatened a nuclear missile attack if trade and financial sanctions are not dropped, but also offered to return to negotiations about disbanding its atomic weapons program.

10-10-06 - Russia and China may stand in way of united response to nuclear test

10-10-06 - Khamenei defends nuclear 'right' His comments come as the United Nations discusses its response to North Korea's claimed nuclear test on Monday.

10-10-06 - Japan, US to step up missile defence

10-10-06 - Syria welcome in Israel - Peres President Bashar al-Assad of Syria was welcome to come to Jerusalem for peace talks, Israel's deputy prime minister, Shimon Peres, has said.

10-10-06 - More Americans Want Immediate Iraq Withdrawal

10-10-06 - Will Iran follow N. Korea's lead?

10-10-06 - Hu, Bush discuss N. Korean nuclear moves by phone Hu told Bush that China has issued a statement condemning the North's nuclear test but warned against taking action which could further aggravate the situation, the ministry said

10-10-06 - Analysis: N. Korea still unable to mount nuclear attack

10-10-06 - Israel warned: Lebanon war could start again Hizbullah will resume its military campaign unless Israel withdraws from the disputed Shebaa farms area and other pockets of territory occupied during this summer's 34-day war, Nabih Berri, the speaker of the Lebanese parliament, has warned. "If Israel does not pull out we will have to drive them out," Mr Berri, who acted as a link to the militant organisation during this summer's war with Israel, said in an interview with the Guardian.....Mr Berri also expressed concern that UN forces could be involved in gathering information that could fall into the hands of Israel's intelligence agency, Mossad

10-10-06 - UN says Israel provides maps of minefields in southern Lebanon BEIRUT, Lebanon - Israel has provided maps of minefields it had laid in southern Lebanon, a move that falls in line with the UN cease-fire resolution that ended the Israel-Hezbollah fighting, a UN statement said Monday.

10-10-06 - Suing Over the CIA's Red Pen Retired Operative Says Agency Unfairly Edited His Book

10-10-06 - As North Korea tests nuke, Israel worries about precedent for Iran "Perhaps the case of North Korea will teach the international community a lesson in the case of Iran," Ephraim Sneh, a senior Labor Party lawmaker and retired army general, told Israel Radio. "We, the Israeli PR and policy apparatus, must take advantage of what happened to explain, and to persuade the international community to do something before it's too late."

10-10-06 - Iran: Nuke disarmament must begin with Israel Iranian government spokesperson Gholam-Hossein Elham told a press conference Tuesday that ?the dismantling of nuclear arms in the Middle East must begin with the Zionist entity.?

10-10-06 - Kucinich to Hold Congressional Briefing on October Surprise "Is the Administration Ramping Up For A War Against Iran?"

10-10-06 - Lebanese children go back to school with tales of horror "What affected me most was my cousin being wounded," said Hadil, holding back her sobs. "On the road that took us to Damascus, we saw decapitated people," said Salam.

10-10-06 - Envoy welcomes U.N. appointment The next United Nations secretary-general can be expected to be friendly to Israel, Israel?s U.N. envoy said.

10-10-06 - Row over Danish cartoon escalates

10-10-06 - Israel: No Syria talks unless it shuns militants

10-10-06 - Syria calls on Germany to help solve problems of Mideast

10-10-06 - Olmert: Syria peace overtures are a ploy "Olmert could have gone down in history as Menachem Begin, who gave Sinai back to Egypt," journalist Tom Segev wrote in the Haaretz daily Tuesday. "Instead, he is reacting to Syria's offers of peace with contempt, loathing and threats."

10-10-06 - Sony backs Israeli environment Sony Pictures also donated $25,000 to the Red Cross in Lebanon


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