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German terrorist suspect killed in Pakistan

German terrorist suspect killed in Pakistan 04 May 2010 German officials said Monday that a suspected Islamic terrorist linked to a group convicted of plotting attacks on U.S. facilities in Germany appears to have been killed in Pakistan. Germany's main domestic intelligence agency said that a statement issued by the Islamic Jihad Union informing of 22-year-old Eric Breininger's death on April 30 appeared to be authentic.

'Sanctions would close door to Iran'

'Sanctions would close door to Iran' 05 May 2010 President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has warned that passing tougher UN sanctions against Iran would shut off all chances for diplomatic engagement between Iran and the United States. "Any connections and contacts with Iran, the pathway to Iran, will be shut permanently," Ahmadinejad said in an interview with the Boston Globe on Tuesday.

Inmates aid Nashville in 'incredible effort'

Inmates aid Nashville in 'incredible effort' 05 May 2010 Without a Herculean effort by 400 Davidson County inmates on Monday, Nashville's lone working water treatment plant most likely would have been overrun with muddy overflow from the Cumberland River. "It was an incredible effort," Nashville Mayor Karl Dean said of the rush to bag 500 tons of sand on the grounds of a county jail and then transport it to form a wall around the Omohundro Water Treatment Plant.

Times Square suspect is charged over 'weapon of mass destruction'

Times Square suspect is charged over 'weapon of mass destruction' [Time to charge Obama for same.  Notice that at the exact moment Barack Obama was joking about killing people with killer drones at the White House Correspondents' dinner on Saturday, Faisal Shahzad was (allegedly) attempting to return the favor?

Bill Drops Fund to Shut Failed Banks

Bill Drops Fund to Shut Failed Banks 04 May 2010 Leaders of the Senate Banking Committee said Tuesday that they had reached an agreement to limit the likelihood [!?!] that big banks would be bailed out by taxpayers. Aides to the committee chairman, Christopher J. Dodd, Democrat of Connecticut, and the panel’s senior Republican, Richard C. Shelby of Alabama, said the two senators had agreed to scuttle a $50 billion fund proposed by Democrats.

Israel shells houses, farms in Gaza

Israel shells houses, farms in Gaza 05 May 2010 Israeli tanks have shelled residential areas and agricultural lands in the Gaza Strip. Both incidents occurred on Tuesday, the International Middle East Media Center reported. In the first attack, houses close to Gaza City were damaged. In the second assault, farmers were forced to flee farmlands in eastern Gaza close to the border with Israel.

King Wants FBI Probe of Terror Suspect Leaks

King Wants FBI Probe of Terror Suspect Leaks 04 May 2010 Long Island Rep. Pete King [R-Terrorist] says the Obama administration leaked an almost "unprecedented" amount of information about the Times Square bomb suspect yesterday — tipping the man off, giving him a chance to flee with a deadly weapon, and jeopardizing the case and people’s lives.

Local company volunteers oil-eating bacteria

Local company volunteers oil-eating bacteria 04 May 2010 (FL) A locally based grower of industrial-strength bacteria says it is willing to turn over its entire production line to producing its patented oil-eating bugs to help mitigate future environmental damage from the oil leak threatening Florida's coastline.

SAS comes out fighting as details of top-secret missions are exposed

SAS comes out fighting as details of top-secret missions are exposed --Senior officer banned from elite unit's HQ over tell-all book, while its commander takes aim at US general for breaking code of silence on operations 05 May 2010 Britain's elite fighting force, the SAS, has become enmeshed in controversy and recriminations, with one of its most successful former senior officers being banned from hea

Judges ban secret evidence in Guantanamo damages case

Judges ban secret evidence in Guantanamo damages case --Secret evidence cannot be used in a civil damages claim being brought by six former Guantanamo Bay detainees, the Court of Appeal ruled today.

Police cameras to flood Manhattan to 'prevent' attacks

Police cameras to flood Manhattan to 'prevent' attacks 04 May 2010 New York officials say they could stop attacks like the attempted Times Square car bomb by expanding a controversial surveillance system so sensitive that it will pick up even suspicious behavior.

NY bomb-plot suspect charged with terrorism

NY bomb-plot suspect charged with terrorism --US Attorney General Eric Holder: "There is a constant threat" 04 May 2010 A Pakistan-born US citizen has been charged with terrorism over the failed car-bomb attack in New York's Times Square on Saturday. Faisal Shahzad, 30, was also charged with attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction, according to documents filed at Manhattan federal court. Mr Shahzad was arrested on a Dubai-bound plane at JFK airport on Monday.

Pakistan makes arrests connected to NYC bomb attempt

Pakistan makes arrests connected to NYC bomb attempt 04 May 2010 Pakistani police arrested several people on Tuesday in connection with the failed Times Square car bomb attack in New York, security sources said. "We have picked up a few family members" related to Faisal Shahzad, the chief suspect in the attempted attack, a security official in Karachi said. A friend of Shahzad was also arrested. Shahzad, a 30-year-old Pakistani-American, was arrested late on Monday at John F.

New York Times Square bomb: man detained in Pakistan

New York Times Square bomb: man detained in Pakistan --A man has been detained in Pakistan in connection with the Times Square bombing attempt, according to Pakistani intelligence. 04 May 2010 An intelligence official said the man was a friend of Faisal Shahzad, the American of Pakistani descent currently in custody in the US over the failed attack.

Charges Announced Against Times Square Bomb Suspect

Charges Announced Against Times Square Bomb Suspect --Authorities Say Faisal Shahzad Confessed and is Cooperating in Investigation 04 May 2010 Accused Times Square bomber Faisal Shahzed will be charged with numerous crimes in the terrorism plot including attempting to commit an act of terror, attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction, and traveling over an international border to commit an act of terrorism, Attorney G

'White powdery substance' sent to Arizona governor's office

'White powdery substance' sent to Arizona governor's office 04 May 2010 State Capitol police shut down the access to the Executive Tower Tuesday morning after a letter containing an unknown "white powdery substance" was opened in the governor's constituency services office. An employee opened the letter about 10:15 a.m. and contacted Capitol police, who then alerted Phoenix Fire Department about the substance.

Louisiana Oil Spill: Feds Gave Safety Prize to Transocean's Deepwater Horizon

Louisiana Oil Spill: Feds Gave Safety Prize to Transocean's Deepwater Horizon --Deepwater Horizon Workers Did Hip-Hop Safety Dance Aboard the Oil Rig 04 May 2010 The federal agency charged with enforcing safety on deepwater oil rigs has also played a major role in promoting the industry's claim that it is safe, and in 2009 handed out one of its top prizes for safety to Transocean's Deepwater Horizon.

Faisal Shahzad, Times Square bomb suspect, arrested on board plane for Dubai

Faisal Shahzad, Times Square bomb suspect, arrested on board plane for Dubai 04 May 2010 A US citizen of Pakistani origin arrested on board a flight out of New York will appear in court today charged with driving a car bomb into the city’s Times Square.

Bomb Suspect Said to Implicate Himself

Bomb Suspect Said to Implicate Himself 04 May 2010 A Connecticut man pulled off a plane bound for Dubai and arrested in a failed bid to set off a car bomb in Times Square has made statements implicating himself, a law enforcement official said on Tuesday morning.

UK refuses entry to new Mossad agent

UK refuses entry to new Mossad agent 04 May 2010 Photos of passports stolen by the Mossad terror team used in Dubai assassination The UK refuses to accept a new representative of Israel's Mossad spy agency after Israeli operatives used fake British passports in the killing of a Hamas leader in Dubai. Israeli daily Yedioth Ahronoth reported Tuesday that despite a former agreement to replace a former agent expelled in March, London refused entry to a new operative.

Times Square bomb suspect arrested 'at last second'

Times Square bomb suspect arrested 'at last second' 04 May 2010 A naturalized U.S. citizen from Pakistan arrested overnight in the Times Square bombing investigation will appear in a Manhattan federal courtroom Tuesday morning to face formal charges. Faisal Shahzad, 30, was arrested at JFK International Airport in New York at 11:45 p.m. E.T. Monday as he prepared to board a flight to Dubai, United Arab Emirates, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said early Tuesday from Washington.

FBI searches NYC car bomb suspect's Conn. home

FBI searches NYC car bomb suspect's Conn. home 04 May 2010 The FBI says it has searched the Connecticut home of a man accused of a driving a car bomb into New York's Times Square over the weekend. FBI special agent in charge Kimberly Mertz said Tuesday that her team executed a search warrant at the Bridgeport home. She says the search was related to the Times Square investigation.

NATO chopper crashes in Afghanistan

NATO chopper crashes in Afghanistan 04 May 2010 A NATO helicopter has crashed in Afghanistan's eastern province of Nuristan, but the military alliance has denied that anyone was killed in the mishap. The military helicopter went down Monday afternoon, wounding several people onboard. NATO blames technical failure for the incident, a Press TV correspondent reported on Tuesday.

Voting begins in Senate on Wall Street reform

Voting begins in Senate on Wall Street reform 04 May 2010 The U.S. Senate will cast its first votes on Tuesday on a sweeping Wall Street 'reform' bill, with passage of a handful of uncontroversial amendments expected and a key procedural question still unsettled. Democratic leaders had not yet determined as of late Monday whether amendments will need 50 or 60 votes to pass.

U.S. citizen from Pakistan arrested in Times Square bomb case

U.S. citizen from Pakistan arrested in Times Square bomb case 04 May 2010 Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. announced early Tuesday that an arrest had been made in the failed Times Square car bombing, saying that Faisal Shahzad, a 30-year-old American, was taken into custody at John F. Kennedy International Airport as he tried to fly to Dubai on Monday night.

P&G Ships Dawn Products to Help With Oil Spill

P&G Ships Dawn Products to Help With Oil Spill 03 May 2010 The Procter & Gamble Company is now lending a helping hand after the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Over the weekend, P&G chartered a truck to deliver a 1,000 bottles of Dawn from the Kansas City plant to wildlife rescue centers in Louisiana and Alabama.

U.S. to Send Trainers to Afghanistan as Stopgap

U.S. to Send Trainers to Afghanistan as Stopgap 03 May 2010 Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates has signed an order sending 850 more American military personnel to Afghanistan as a stopgap measure to fill vacancies in the high-priority effort to train local security forces [to often shoot NATO soldiers and thus create a 'need' to deploy *more* NATO soldiers], Pentagon officials said Monday.

2 British soldiers killed in Afghanistan

2 British soldiers killed in Afghanistan 03 May 2010 Two British servicemen have been killed in southern Afghanistan. The first soldier was killed by a roadside bomb while travelling to meet local Afghan contractors prior to continuing with reconstruction programs. The second, who was on a reconnaissance mission to replace a bridge over a canal, was killed in a traffic accident. Both the deaths occurred on Monday in the southern province of Helmand.

U.S. Seeks Man From Pakistan Tied to S.U.V. in Bomb Case

U.S. Seeks Man From Pakistan Tied to S.U.V. in Bomb Case 03 May 2010 Federal authorities have identified the man who recently bought the 1993 Nissan Pathfinder that was rigged to explode in Times Square as a naturalized United States citizen from Pakistan who recently returned from a trip there, and were seeking to arrest him on Monday night, according to several people briefed on the investigation.

U.S. has 71 million unused flu vaccine doses

U.S. has 71 million unused flu vaccine doses 03 May 2010 The United States still has 71 million doses of [mercury-laden] H1N1 swine flu vaccine that have not been used, but it is not yet time to throw them out, the federal government said on Monday. Health experts consider swine flu likely to join the mix of seasonal flu viruses and it will be included in the seasonal flu vaccine for 2010-2011, which will also contain two other [US lab-generated] flu strains.

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