Thursday, April 10, 2008

thursday reads

International Criminal Court

Chris Floyd - Capital Crimes: Another Smoking Gun on Terror War Torture

An Iraqi judicial committee has dismissed terrorism-related allegations against Associated Press photographer Bilal Hussein and ordered him released nearly two years after he was detained by the U.S. military.

Mugabe's thugs launch campaign of violence and intimidation against MDC supporters.

The Serious Fraud Office's decision to drop its investigation of BAE is overturned by the High Court.

John Pilger: Honouring The 'Unbreakable Promise'

How to derail 'imperial mobilization'

QOTD: Jon Stewart

It’s all sort of ironic, when you think about it. When you fly, you are inspected quite thoroughly. Whereas the plane itself is perhaps occasionally vacuumed. See, with this administration, if a passenger blows up a plane, it’s a failure on the War on Terror. But if a plane just blows up on its own, eh, that’s the market self-regulating.

Fiction Rules: Bible Tops List Of America’s Favorite Books

USDA recalls 406,000 pounds of cattle heads

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