March, 2011

Radioactive water removal hits snag, high iodine detected in sea

Efforts to remove radiation-contaminated water filling up at a troubled reactor building and an underground trench connected to it at the crisis-hit Fukushima… 0

Schumer coordinates Dem budget attack on GOP

Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., a member of the Democratic Senate leadership, got on a conference call with reporters Tuesday morning without realizing the… 2

APPEARING SOON: THE TWELFTH IMAM

The Iranian government has produced a propaganda film that argues the conditions foretold by prophecy are now being fulfilled, so that the emergence… 18

Cancer Therapy Approved

FDA Backing of Melanoma Treatment Is Timely Boost for Bristol-Myers Squibb (Inthedays posting from Israel)

Wisconsin’s Walker Sued by Unions as Labor Law ‘Published’

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker was sued by two labor unions over a bill restricting collective bargaining by public employees while a state bureau… 4

Abbas meets Hamas to talk unity

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has met with the rival Palestinian group Hamas in the West Bank for the first time in about a… 0

Muslim Brotherhood gains power in Egypt

Banner reading “No submission except to Allah” (UPI Photo/Stewart Innes) (Inthedays posting from Israel) The Muslim Brotherhood, an Islamic group once banned by… 0

Fear and devastation on the road to Japan’s nuclear disaster zone

Daniel Howden travels through a post-tsunami wasteland to the gates of the stricken Fukushima Daiichi power station

Syria protests: How secure is President Assad?

The unrest in Syria does not yet appear to have reached the crucial tipping-point which led to the downfall of the Tunisian and… 0

Strategist: Obama handling of Libya polarizes NATO, pushes Turkey into anti-U.S. camp

The U.S. Obama Administration’s lack of leadership in helping to resolve the Libyan civil war has, among other things, widened the rift between… 0

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