January, 2007

Bush approves transfer of $86 million to Abbas

US President George W. Bush approved the transfer of $86 million to strengthen the security forces headed by Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas,… 0

US military: Afghan leaders steal half of all aid

Corrupt police and tribal leaders are stealing vast quantities of reconstruction aid that is intended to improve the lives of ordinary Afghans and… 0

UK’s response to Islamism “make things worse” – study

LONDON (Reuters) – Attempts by the British government to combat the growth of Islamic extremism among a minority of young Muslims are only… 0

Abbas aide says PNA receives 130 million dollars in January

RAMALLAH, Jan. 27 (Xinhua) — The Palestinian National Authority (PNA) has received 130 million U.S. dollars this month while economic sanctions still remains… 0

U.S. blames Iran for new bombs in Iraq

WASHINGTON — A sophisticated type of roadside bomb that U.S. officials have linked to Iran has been used increasingly against U.S. troops in… 0

Suicide bombers ‘entering Iraq from Syria’

Dozens of al-Qaeda suicide bombers from countries such as Saudi Arabia and Sudan are crossing into Iraq from Syria every month, a senior… 0

How sad: Large Number of Gay Homeless Youth

AN FRANCISCO (KCBS) — A new study has found that a large percentage of homeless youth are gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender, and… 0

Global warming: rise of 4.5 C if pollution doubles, says draft report

Earth’s surface temperature could rise by 4.5 C (8.1 F) if carbon dioxide levels double over pre-industrial levels, but higher warming cannot be… 5

U.S. missile defense maturing, latest test a success

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Within a year, the U.S. missile defense system should be able to guard against enemy attacks, while testing new technologies,… 0

How the ‘axis’ seeks the killer missile

North Korea and Iran are cooperating in developing long-range missiles, the deputy director of the Pentagon’s Missile Defense Agency said yesterday.

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