March, 2009

Damascus set to receive MiG 31E planes

A MiG 31 warplane. Photo: Courtesy Damascus will take receipt of advanced MiG 31E fighter jets in the near future, the outgoing head… 0

U.N. ‘Climate Change’ Plan Would Likely Shift Trillions to Form New World Economy

A United Nations document on “climate change” that will be distributed to a major environmental conclave next week envisions a huge reordering of… 3

Zimbabwe – gold for bread

MDC activist Sam Chakaipa returns to his village in rural Zimbabwe to find his friends and neighbours starving to death, reduced to panning… 2

Israel: ‘Iron Dome’ rocket shield test a success

JERUSALEM — Israel says it has successfully tested an anti-rocket system developed to protect the country from short-range rocket and artillery attack from… 0

Japan Deploys Ships Ahead of North Korean Rocket Launch

Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force ships drop anchors at pier at base in Yokosuka, Japan, 28 Mar 2009 Japan deployed three guided missile destroyers… 0

Tony Blair Encourages Religious Diversity At Baptism Centre Opening In Jordan

Tony Blair said, “It took courage and leadership for Jordan to facilitate this site of baptism, here by this ancient river. But it… 3

Inland ‘quake swarm’ rumbles on

BOMBAY BEACH, SALTON SEA, Calif. (KABC) — A “earthquake swarm” continues to shake the Salton Sea area, for the sixth day in a… 1

Brazil’s leader blames white people for crisis

Brazil’s President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva on Thursday blamed the global economic crisis on “white people with blue eyes” and said it… 3

UN body OKs call to curb religious criticism

Muslim nations have argued that religions, in particular Islam, must be shielded from criticism in the media and other areas of public life…. 1

U.S. Officials Say Israel Struck in Sudan

WASHINGTON — Israeli warplanes bombed a convoy of trucks in Sudan in January that was believed to be carrying arms to be smuggled… 0

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