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Wednesday, 22 August 2012

Wednesday, August 22, 2012
GUANTANAMO BAY NAVAL BASE, Cuba -- A freight train derailment near Baltimore damaged fiber-optic lines serving the U.S. military, forcing the government on Tuesday to postpone a pretrial hearing at Guantanamo Bay in the case of five men charged in the Sept. 11 terror attacks.
What Obama And Romney Won't Say
Brit Who Fought Against Euthanasia Ban Dies At Home
Tanks Storm Upscale Neighborhood
Thai Mother Allegedly Kills, Cooks And Eats Sons
Rare Photos Capture Life In Japanese Internment Camp
Trita Parsi: Obama Made the Right Call -- and Everyone Won
Despite the abysmal relations between the U.S. and Iran, Washington has on numerous occasions sent aid as well as rescue teams to Iran to help with relief work. And the Iranian government has often -- but not always -- accepted the help.
Cecilia Attias: Can We Talk About Abortion?
The WHO statistics ought to remind us all that the debate should not be about politics; it's about women, their health, and the lives of their families and their children. These are the terms that ought to frame our discussion.
Nikolas Kozloff: Assange Lightning Rod Places U.S. Bullying and South American Contradictions on Vivid Display
For just one man, Julian Assange has certainly managed to discombobulate a large swathe of the geopolitical system. It now seems fair to say that the high-stakes drama unfolding in London and the Ecuadoran Embassy has taken on wider political implications.
Alon Ben-Meir: Israel's Posturing: Behind Netanyahu and Barak's Threats to Attack Iran
While Israel's determination to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons has not changed, the new strategy is meant to strongly convey that Israel is not bluffing.
Rep. Dennis Kucinich: Tilling the Ground for the Seeds of Terrorism
After more than 10 years of war against al Qaeda and the accompanying global "war on terrorism," we have failed to learn that our actions create reactions.

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