October, 2006

Russia says believes Iran’s nuke program peaceful

MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia said on Tuesday it believed Iran’s nuclear program was peaceful, and a political dialogue, not sanctions, must be used… 0

Al Qaeda in Iraq growing, gaining radicalized Sunnis

AMMAN, Jordan — Newly radicalized Sunnis and disillusioned nationalists are swelling the ranks of al Qaeda in Iraq, which thinks it can turn… 0

U.S. blames Iran, Syria for Iraq violence

Oct 24, 2006 BAGHDAD (Reuters) – America’s civilian and military leaders in Iraq linked Iran and Syria with al Qaeda on Tuesday… 0

Bolton Faults Syria, Iran on Lebanon

UNITED NATIONS — U.S. Ambassador John Bolton accused Syria and Iran on Monday of trying to destabilize Lebanon’s democratically elected government by violating… 0

Vaccine Resistant H5N1 Bird Flu Spreads In South East Asia

It emerged in China and is spreading in southeast Asia – a new H5N1 bird flu strain which is highly resistant to current… 0

China cited as N. Korea supplier

China helped North Korea develop nuclear weapons and in the past year increased its support to Pyongyang, rather than pressing the regime to… 0

China Web control stirs controversy at Internet forum

ATHENS (Reuters) – China’s control of the Internet stirred controversy at the first global Internet governance forum on Tuesday when a rights group… 0

British scientists grow human liver in a laboratory

British scientists have grown the world’s first artificial liver from stem cells in a breakthrough that will one day provide entire organs for… 3

Beheadings are up in Saudi

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia on Sunday beheaded two foreign nationals on charges they smuggled heroin and cocaine into the country, the Interior… 2

Israelis put nuclear bunkers in gardens

AMID mounting fears that Iran is planning to obliterate their country, wealthy Israelis are shelling out on underground nuclear shelters in the gardens… 2

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