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Breaking News Tue, 16 May 2018

From jailbird to jihadi

Afghanistan Iraq Islam Photos Terrorism Asia Times

From jailbird to jihadi

By Michael Scheuer | Much is written about how non-indigenous, would-be Islamist fighters enter the battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan to join the mujahideen fighting US-led coalitions in both count (photo: U.S. Army by Maj. David Albano )

Eavesdropping on America

Defence Espionage Intelligence Photos US Spiegel Online

Eavesdropping on America

By Hans Hoyng and Georg Mascolo in Washington | As part of its efforts to keep tabs on terrorists, America’s National Security Agency (NSA) is mining data from millions of telephone conversations made (photo: US NSA file)

Four teachers slain near Baquba
CNN

| BAGHDAD, Iraq (CNN) — Four teachers were killed Monday by gunmen near Balad Ruz, northeast of Baghdad, an official with the Diyala Joint Coordination Center told CNN. | The teachers were traveling (photo: Getty Images)

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Refugees brave mines,malaria to flee Myanmar junta Reuters

By Ed Cropley | NEAR THE SALWEEN RIVER, Myanmar, May 15 (Reuters) – Ta Kler Too was two weeks old when he had to go through his first minefield. | Born on the run from the army in the jungles of easte… (photo: Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)
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Myanmar Acknowledges Attacking Ethnic Area The Guardian

| THABYENYUNT, Myanmar (AP) – In a rare admission for the secretive junta, Myanmar’s ruling military acknowledged that its army is targeting the Karen ethnic minority, sa… (photo: Getty Images)
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Coalition-Building In Iraq: Mission Impossible? Scoop

Monday, 15 May 2006, 12:15 pm Opinion: Tel Aviv Notes – No. 169 May 14, 2006 | Coalition-Building In Iraq: Mission Impossible? | Ofra Bengio | Moshe Dayan Center for Midd… (photo: Akram Saleh /Getty Images)
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More than 30 killed in violence across Iraq Tehran Times

| BAGHDAD (AFP) – More than 30 people were killed in a spate of attacks on Sunday, including 14 dead in a double suicide bombing near Baghdad airport, Iraqi and U.S. secu… (photo: Akram Saleh/Getty Images)
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Day of carnage in Iraq Australian Financial Review

Forty Iraqis were killed in a day of bloodshed in Iraq overnight, including attacks near Baghdad airport, as prime minister designate Nuri al-Maliki moved closer to annou… (photo: Wathiq Khuzaie/Getty Images)
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Attacks Across Iraq Leave at Least 26 Dead The Guardian

| BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) – A string of deadly attacks ripped through the Iraqi capital Sunday, killing at least 26 people and wounding nearly 70, police said. Six small Shiit… (photo: USAF file/Staff Sgt Verlin Levi Collins)
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Vice president argued for domestic wiretapping without warrants International Herald Tribune

In the weeks after the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks on the United States, Vice President Dick Cheney and his top legal adviser argued that the National Security Agency should i… (photo: Alex Wong/Getty Images)
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The bomber will always get through The Observer

‘A hidden limitation of intelligence is its inability to transform a mystery into secret,’ wrote Lord Butler in his report into the intelligence on Iraq’s weapons of mass… (photo: Metropolitan Police via WN)
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Bigger threats than Cold War looming: Russia
| MOSCOW, May 12: Russia faces security threats that make the Cold War look like ‘child’s play’, Defence Minister Sergei Ivanov said on Friday in the second high-level ca… (photo: WN)
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| By Eugene Robinson | WASHINGTON: At least now we know that the Bush administration’s name for spying on Americans without first seeking court approval — the ‘terrorist … (photo: US Navy file/Petty Officer 1st Class Chad J McNeeley)
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– EU Prepared to Back Civilian Iran Program
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Israel rated worlds sixth-largest nuclear power

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– Taliban launch raids in Afghan east, two dead
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– US restores diplomatic ties with Libya

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– Christians, Muslims unite against ‘Da Vinci’
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– Religious Groups: Boycott ‘The Da Vinci Code’ Movie
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– Legal aid scheme on a shoestring

Bush, Blair have no one to blame but themselves

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– MPs probe cash for peerages claims
– Officers hunt for Nisha death knife
– Freed rapist ‘accused of sex abuse’
– Three in 10 police face stab threat
– Boeing to cough up $615m to end probe
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Hospitals crippled

– WTO entry in sight for Vietnam after US trade deal clinched
– More flexibility needed to break Doha round deadlock: Mande
– World trade and LDCs
– Chittagong Port crisis deepens
– Vietnam to open its market to foreign banks under trade deal
– Text of President Bush’s Address on Immigration

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