Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Depleted Uranium Ammunition in Afghan War: New Evidence GMTV host Andrew Castle almost lost daughter to swine flu drug after 'respiratory collapse' GMTV presenter Andrew Castle today revealed how his daughter 'almost died' after taking Tamilfu following an outbreak of swine flu at her south-east London school Canada dismisses warning about flu drug Canadian health authorities will not change their practice of prescribing the anti-viral drug Tamiflu to treat cases of pandemic H1N1 flu in children, despite a new study that raises questions about the drug’s effectiveness. Researchers at the University of Oxford cautioned about the broad use of anti-viral drugs to treat children 12 years of age and younger suffering from seasonal flu. They found anti-viral drugs have little or no effect on asthma flare-ups, ear infections or bacterial infections in children. Tamiflu was also linked to increased vomiting Court throws out FOIA Lawsuit against the Federal Reserve over missing $700,000,000,000 video!!! Alarm at US-Colombia troops plan South American leaders at a regional summit have expressed fresh concerns over Colombian plans to grant American troops access to its military bases. Mr. President: Don't Make Colombia Another Afghanistan The Obama administration should reconsider its decision to escalate U.S. involvement in Colombia's long-running civil war. The White House already has its hands full with Iraq and Afghanistan; it does not need to be drawn deeper into another bloody conflict. In recent months, negotiations have been quietly under way to turn at least three – and possibly five – Colombian bases into U.S. military outposts. The Pentagon would be allowed to station as many as 800 U.S. military personnel and 600 private contractors at the bases Obama urges $100m for Mexico drugs war President Barack Obama will press Congress to release more than $100m (£60m) of aid to help Mexico in its war against the drug cartels Government Prepares for “unwillingness to follow government orders” Addicted to War: America's Brutal Pipe Dream in Afghanistan Israeli Medical Association Severs Ties with Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) Over Torture Allegations BREAKING: BALI BOMBING INVESTIGATOR ROBERT S. FINNEGAN ENDS SILENCE US Still Paying Blackwater Millions EU tries to put aid pressure on Niger Israel man seeks EU money to fortify home A man with dual French and Israeli nationality is mounting a legal challenge to make the EU pay to fortify his home in Israel against rocket attack. Zionist Indoctrination: Boston Grammar Schools Israeli Interior Minister: US Can’t Stop Settlement Expansion Tainted nightmare The H1N1 vaccination program, when put into the same frame as the engineered virus to go with it, appears to be a clear effort to divide humanity into two groups; those who have lost their intellect, health and sexuality via a tainted vaccination, and those who have not and are therefore superior." Left-wing blogger calls the late Aaron Russo a “crackpot” Just two cans of fizzy drink a day can increase risk of liver damage by 80 per cent Drinking just two glasses of fruit juice or fizzy drink each day may cause long-term liver damage resulting in the need for a transplant, according to new research published today. Liver damage is usually associated with alcohol abuse but a new study has found that drinks with a high sugar content can cause a condition called fatty liver disease, making them even more dangerous than alcohol abuse U.S. battling CIA rendition case in 3 courts The Obama administration is fighting on multiple fronts - in courts in San Francisco, Washington and London - to keep an official veil of secrecy over the treatment of a former prisoner who says he was tortured at Guantanamo Bay. The administration has asked a federal appeals court in San Francisco to reconsider its ruling allowing Binyam Mohamed and four other former or current prisoners to sue a Bay Area company for allegedly flying them to overseas torture chambers for the CIA. 3 Americans Held in Iran Are all Jews: Were They Spies? Vaccine trials off to fast start for pandemic flu Early Monday, Sarakas rolled up his sleeves for an injection in each arm, becoming one of dozens of adults enrolling in an unprecedented flurry of fast-track flu vaccine trials that will grow to include 11,131 adults and 5,740 children, with more trials planned. Flu vaccines historically have few side effects beyond redness and soreness at the infection site. Studies of several thousand volunteers aren't big enough to detect more subtle side effects such as Guillain-Barré syndrome, a rare nerve ailment that crops up in one of every million flu vaccine recipients. Federal health agencies have ramped up surveillance efforts to detect any severe side effects that might occur. Senators to Obama: Lean on Arabs to normalize Israel ties A bipartisan group comprising 71 U.S. senators is urging President Barack Obama to lean on Arab states to normalize relations with Israel

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