Source: Syria Working on Clandestine Nuclear Program Since 1986

From Source: Syria Working on Clandestine Nuclear Program Since 1986: A former Syrian military officer who has had access to sensitive military information in Damascus confirmed Tuesday that Syria has been working on a clandestine nuclear program at least since 1986. He said many North Korean nationals are in Syria in relation to that program. He claimed that Pakistani nuclear…

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Challenging the UN’s Darker Side

The further dumbing down of the United Nations. From Challenging the UN's Darker Side: The UN on Monday will launch a series of international meetings on racism, leading up to a major world conference in 2009. The so-called "Durban Review" process is the follow-up to the 2001 conference in South Africa that turned into a diplomatic fiasco. All indications suggest…

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Gaddafi’s Son: Bulgarians Were Tortured

From Gaddafi's Son: Bulgarians Were Tortured: Six Bulgarian medical workers imprisoned on charges of infecting children with the HIV virus were tortured by electric shock during their captivity, the son of Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi told al-Jazeera television. The doctor and five nurses were released last month after eight years in prison, and several have described ordeals of electric shock,…

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Libya Destroyed Millennia of Jewish Heritage

Received by email.=============The Wall Street Journal Home Pagehttp://online.%20wsj.com/homeAs of 11:11 p.m. EDT Monday, July 9, 2007LettersKudos to Journal reporter Lucette Lagnado for her poignant account of the bustling, cosmopolitan Egypt she and her family, as Jews, were forced to leave in 1963 and the country's anemic condition today ("Searching For My Father's Lost City, June 30, 2007). I could recount…

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Libya Backs Out of Deal with U.S. to Destroy Chemical Weapons

There is not one Arab nation that keeps its word. From Libya Backs Out of Deal with U.S. to Destroy Chemical Weapons: Libya has informed the U.S. of plans to back out of a contract to destroy its mustard gas stocks as promised under a landmark 2003 agreement, U.S. officials said. Libya is believed to still have 23 metric tons…

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