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MPs due to return to parliament to debate riots

An emergency session of Parliament will be held today to discuss the rioting and looting which has caused devastation across England and left three men who attempted to protect their community from the violence dead. MPs have been recalled to the ...

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U.S. Banks and Ruling Elites Are Still Starving Troops

Article by WN.com Correspondent Dallas Darling. Whereas Revolutionary soldier Joseph Martin wrote in the winter of 1777 at Valley Forge, "We were absolutely, literally starved...I do solemnly declare that I did not put a single morsel of victuals ...

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What really happened in Libya’s Zlitan?

The Libyan government has taken correspondents to Zlitan, to see the aftermath of a Nato strike that it says killed 85 civilians. Nato says it hit a military staging base. The BBC's...

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Libyan rebels try to impose control

The Libyan rebel leadership is showing signs of strain and disarray six months into its fight to oust Muammar Gaddafi. Tensions over the killing of the opposition’s military commander, Abdel-Fattah Younis, possibly by other rebels, spurred the leaders to sack their own Cabinet late yesterday and today they ordered the movement’s various armed factions to integrate in hopes of imposing ...

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Saleh to look at restarting Yemeni peace plan

RIYADH (Reuters) – Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh has agreed to look at restarting a Gulf Arab initiative aimed at ending the country’s violent political standoff with a peaceful transfer of power, a Yemeni government official said on Wednesday. Saleh has already agreed to the plan brokered by the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) three times, only to back out of ...

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London rioters resent media image of hooded teen thug

LONDON (Reuters) – Residents of a London housing estate laughed at a televised plea by police for parents to call their children and help rein in the youths who looted and burned swathes of the city. A youth makes a rude gesture as he leaves Highbury Magistrates court where he appeared over his alleged involvement in the trouble in London ...

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Marine from Bakersfield dies in Afghanistan

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Major protests erupt against Chile’s Pinera

SANTIAGO (Reuters) – Protesters battled police in Chile’s capital on Tuesday in the latest unrest against deeply unpopular President Sebastian Pinera, possibly sidetracking his top priorities such as capital market reforms. Spearheaded by students demanding more affordable and improved education, tens of thousands of protesters marched in the streets of Santiago. A small core of protesters started fires and threw ...

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Somali president vows to hunt down Islamist rebels

DAR ES SALAAM (Reuters) – Somalia’s President Sheikh Sharif Ahmed promised on Wednesday to rid the country of the Islamist militants who are fighting to overthrow his administration and blocking food aid to millions of people facing starvation. Ahmed was speaking four days after al Shabaab pulled most of its forces out of the Somali capital amid signs of deepening ...

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Navy SEALs, bin Laden and Violent Modernism and Mysticism

Article by WorldNews.com Correspondent Dallas Darling. “Evil kills its perpetrators and oppression’s pastures are fatal.” -Osama bin Laden, “The Towers of Lebanon,” October 29, 2004. “A military helicopter crashed in Afghanistan killing 31 U.S. special operation troops, most of them from the elite Navy SEALs unit that killed al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden…most crashes have been attributed to pilot errors ...

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