The US inches ever closer to attacking Iran

Tuesday, July 24, 2007

News for 07-23-07

07-23-07 - Veterans sue U.S. over "shameful failures" in care "Because of those failures, hundreds of thousands of men and women who have suffered grievous injuries fighting in the ongoing wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are being abandoned,"

07-23-07 - Brown refuses to rule out military action against Iran ** Thus will Britain again be dragged into the mess with us.

07-23-07 - Just What the Founders Feared: An Imperial President Goes to War The nation is heading toward a constitutional showdown over the Iraq war. Congress is moving closer to passing a bill to limit or end the war, but President Bush insists Congress doesn?t have the power to do it.

07-23-07 - Baghdad brings US and Iran together in bid to end violence Iranian and American officials meet in Baghdad today to discuss Iraqi security but wide differences are expected to prevent the real dialogue which may be essential to end the war in Iraq.

07-23-07 - Iran and IAEA to hold talks Iran will hold talks with the UN atomic watchdog Tuesday in Vienna over its nuclear programme, Iran's ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said Monday.

07-23-07 - Ahead of Talks Between US and Iran, The Economist Warns Against Conflict ** After the false intelligence that led America into Iraq, and the mayhem that followed, it may seem extraordinary to contemplate attacking yet another and much bigger Muslim country

07-23-07 - JORDAN-SYRIA: Deputy UNHCR head wraps up two-country tour Johnstone praised government policy towards the estimated 1.5 million refugees, but expressed concern for the 1,400 Palestinians stranded in makeshift desert camps on the Syrian-Iraqi border.

07-23-07 - In Lebanon, the UN and Hizbullah make unlikely bedfellows

07-23-07 - Israeli president calls on world to unite against Iran Israeli President Shimon Peres called on the world in an interview Tuesday to form a united front against Iran that would force the Islamic republic to end its pursuit of nuclear weapons.

07-23-07 - Hague likely to host Lebanon court on Hariri death The United Nations has asked the Netherlands to host a special court to try the suspected killers of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik al-Hariri, a U.N. spokeswoman said on Monday

07-23-07 - Hezbollah says didn't confirm Israeli captives alive

07-23-07 - 11 Lebanese soldiers wounded in clashes with Islamists


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