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No US visas for Iran press

No US visas for Iran press 02 May 2010 An Iranian press delegation slated to accompany President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad during his upcoming visit to New York have been denied US visas. The US government has refused to issue visas for the Iranian press delegation that was scheduled to cover the president's trip to New York and his participation in a nuclear conference, Mehr News Agency reported on Sunday.

Obama: 'Massive and potentially unprecedented disaster'

Obama: 'Massive and potentially unprecedented disaster' 02 May 2010 President Obama said today his administration is confronting a "massive and potentially unprecedented disaster" as a major oil slick flows toward five states on the Gulf Coast.

Pakistani smugglers supplying Afghan bombmakers

'The amounts ferried into Afghanistan are staggering.' Pakistani smugglers supplying Afghan bombmakers --Tons of ammonium nitrate, a fertilizer that serves as a main ingredient in roadside bombs, is shipped into Afghanistan where it is banned, as businessmen buy off police and officials.

Fire at US embassy in Pakistan: spokesman

Fire at US embassy in Pakistan: spokesman 02 May 2010 A fire broke out in the US chancery building in Islamabad on Sunday but there were no immediate reports of any casualties, a US embassy spokesman said, ruling out any terrorism in the incident. "There was a small fire in the main chancery building," embassy spokesman Richard Snelsire said. It had now been extinguished, he added. The spokesman ruled out any act of terrorism in the incident.

US attack kills two Afghan children

US attack kills two Afghan children 02 May 2010 At least two children have been killed in a US missile attack in eastern Afghanistan, amid rising public opposition to the presence of foreign troops in the country. Afghan authorities say the incident took place after rockets hit a residential area in Kunar Province. At least six people, including one woman, were severely injured in the attack.

Riot breaks out in downtown Santa Cruz

Riot breaks out in downtown Santa Cruz; windows broken on dozens of businesses, porch of cafe set on fire 02 May 2010 (CA) A large group of protesters demonstrating at a May Day rally for worker's and immigrant rights downtown broke off into a riot vandalizing about a dozen businesses around 10:30 p.m. Saturday, police said. Many in the group were carrying makeshift torches as they marched, breaking storefront windows and writing "anarchist graffiti" on buildings, according to Capt.

Seven dead in Tennessee floods

Seven dead in Tennessee floods 02 May 2010 The storms lifted levels of the Cumberland River that runs through Nashville as well as smaller tributaries and creeks. The Tennessee Emergency Management Agency asked the state's Army National Guard on Sunday for assistance in rescue operations.

Fears for crops as shock figures from America show scale of bee catastrophe

Fears for crops as shock figures from America show scale of bee catastrophe --The world may be on the brink of biological disaster after news that a third of US bee colonies did not survive the winter 02 May 2010 Disturbing evidence that honeybees are in terminal decline has emerged from the United States where, for the fourth year in a row, more than a third of colonies have failed to survive the winter.

Russian PM Putin tags polar bear in Arctic expedition

Russian PM Putin tags polar bear in Arctic expedition 29 Apr 2010 Prime Minister Vladimir Putin donned Arctic gear and tagged a polar bear during a visit to the Franz Joseph Land archipelago. He was filmed helping to weigh and fix a satellite collar to an anaesthetised wild polar bear, which will monitor the animal's behaviour and migration habits. The expedition, organised by the government and the Russian Geographical Society, aims to assess how global warming affects polar bears.

NYPD releases picture of a clock used in car bomb

NYPD Clock In Device

NYPD releases picture of a clock used in car bomb [Where's the other clock? I guess they only decided to release a pic of this one.]

Blast leaves 7 dead in Afghanistan

Blast leaves 7 dead in Afghanistan 02 May 2010 The bomb blast took place in Zormat district in the southeastern province of Paktika. A powerful bomb blast has killed 7 people and injured 14 others in southeastern Afghanistan amid escalating violence in the war-weary country.

State Department Flies Mercenary Air Force Over Pakistan

State Department Flies Mercenary Air Force Over Pakistan By Nathan Hodge 30 Apr 2010 The airspace along the Afghanistan/Pakistan border is pretty crowded these days: Along with U.S., Afghan and Pakistani military missions, the CIA is running its own covert drone ops.

Why is there a hole burned in the aluminum helideck?

We are all asking the same questions: Why is there a hole burned in the aluminum helideck? Posted by watcher51445 02 May 2010 Here are some pics of the burning oil rig. Note the helideck with a large size hole in it which would appear to be burned. I did a search on "can aluminum helidecks burn" and found that they do NOT burn... many tests have been done.

Gulf Oil Spill Swiftly Balloons, Could Move East

Gulf Oil Spill Swiftly Balloons, Could Move East --Gulf oil spill balloons at alarming rate as sheen snakes along coast, threatens to move east 01 May 2010 A sense of doom settled over the American coastline from Louisiana to Florida on Saturday as a massive oil slick spewing from a ruptured well kept growing, and experts warned that an uncontrolled gusher could create a nightmare scenario if the Gulf Stream carries it toward the Atlantic...

British soldier killed in explosion in Afghanistan

British soldier killed in explosion in Afghanistan 02 May 2010 A British soldier has been killed in an explosion in Afghanistan. The soldier from 1st Battalion The Mercian Regiment, serving with 40 Commando Royal Marines Battle Group, died near PB Waterloo military base in Sangin, Helmand Province.

Two US-led troops fall in Afghanistan

Two US-led troops fall in Afghanistan 02 May 2010 At least two soldiers serving with NATO's International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) have been killed in separate incidents in Afghanistan. The ISAF said in a Sunday statement that one soldier was killed in southern Afghanistan, while another was killed in eastern parts of the country. The statement did not reveal the identities of the deceased soldiers, but most of the troops deployed in Afghanistan are American.

NYC mayor: Vehicle contained explosive device

NYC mayor: Vehicle contained explosive device 02 May 2010 New York mayor Michael Bloomberg says a suspicious vehicle in Times Square "did indeed contain an explosive device." Police found the device in the smoking sport utility vehicle Saturday evening. They then cleared the streets of thousands of tourists milling through the landmark district so they could dismantle the device. The mayor spoke at a news conference early Sunday.

Times Square cleared as bomb found in parked SUV

Times Square cleared as bomb found in parked SUV 02 May 2010 Police found an "amateurish" but potentially powerful bomb in a smoking sport utility vehicle in Times Square, then cleared the streets of thousands of tourists milling through the landmark district so they could dismantle it, authorities said Sunday. "We avoided what we could have been a very deadly event," Mayor Michael Bloomberg said.

NY police confirm car bomb caused Times Sq. evacuation

Breaking: NY police confirm car bomb caused Times Sq. evacuation 01 May 2010 The New York Police Department said on Saturday the incident that caused Times Square to be evacuated was what appeared to be a car bomb, which was being dismantled by officers on the scene. "This appears to be a car bomb that the bomb squad is in the process of dismantling," police spokesman Paul Browne said...

Failed N.Y. bomb seen as potential terrorist attack

Failed N.Y. bomb seen as potential terrorist attack --Officials have yet to name possible culprits 02 May 2010 A car bomb defused in New York’s Times Square was a potential terrorist attack, U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said on Sunday, while officials held off identifying who may be responsible.

Minot AFB airman identified

Minot AFB airman identified --The base Safety Office is 'investigating' the accident. 01 May 2010 Officials at Minot Air Force Base have identified the airman who died Thursday after being struck in the head by a training missile during routine training at the base. Senior Airman Richard Allan Gallelli Jr., 22, was a member of the 17th Munitions Squadron, said 2nd Lt. Kidron Farnell, deputy chief of Public Affairs at the Minot base.

Suspicious Package Halts Times Sq. After Car Fire

Breaking: Suspicious Package Halts Times Sq. After Car Fire --Bomb Squad Using Robot to Inspect Suspicious Package In Vehicle's Back Seat 01 May 2010 An police investigation after a car fire is disrupting traffic, both on the roads and the sidewalks, in Times Square.  Officials say there were no injuries in the car fire, but that there was a suspicious package in the vehicle's back seat...  Bomb squad personnel then suited up and went in.

Gulf oil spill: The Halliburton connection

Gulf oil spill: The Halliburton connection 30 Apr 2010 Investigators delving into the possible cause of the massive gulf oil spill are focusing on the role of Houston-based Halliburton Co., the giant energy services company, which was responsible for cementing the drill into place below the water.

Regulators close seven banks

Regulators close seven banks 01 May 2010 Regulators on Friday shut down three banks in Puerto Rico, two in Missouri, and one each in Michigan and Washington. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. took over Westernbank Puerto Rico; R-G Premier Bank of Puerto Rico; San Juan-based Eurobank; CF Bancorp, based in Port Huron, Mich.; Champion Bank, of Creve Coeur, Mo.; BC National Banks, of Butler, Mo.; and Frontier Bank, based in Everett, Wash.

Rep. Gutierrez arrested outside of White House in immigration protest

Rep. Gutierrez arrested outside of White House in immigration protest --Gutierrez was wearing a T-shirt that read, "Arrest me, not my friends." 01 May 2010 Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-Ill.) was arrested outside the White House on Saturday during a May Day protest for immigration reform.

U.S. Hispanics decry Arizona law at May Day rallies

U.S. Hispanics decry Arizona law at May Day rallies 01 May 2010 Angered by Arizona's crackdown on illegal immigrants, Hispanic protesters took to the streets on Saturday to denounce the new law and call on Washington to act urgently on immigration reform at May Day rallies across the United States.

US issues Iran delegates late visas

US issues Iran delegates late visas 01 May 2010 The United States has finally issued visas for Iranian delegates scheduled to attend next week's United Nations nuclear disarmament conference in New York. The last-minute issuance came on Saturday, after officials in Tehran condemned Washington's delay in conferring visas to several members of Iran's delegation.

Expert: Surface area of gulf oil spill has tripled

Expert: Surface area of gulf oil spill has tripled 01 May 2010 The surface area of a catastrophic Gulf of Mexico oil spill quickly tripled in size amid growing fears among experts that the slick could become vastly more devastating than it seemed just two days ago. Frustrated fishermen eager to help contain the spill from a ruptured underwater well had to keep their boats idle Saturday as another day of rough seas kept crews away from the slick.

Afghan MP: US troops murdered my relative in raid

Afghan MP: US troops murdered my relative in raid 30 Apr 2010 A female member of the Afghan parliament has said that US troops raided her home overnight and killed a neighbour who was one of her relatives, in an incident that sparked angry protests yesterday in the east of the country. Ms Siddiqi said scores of US soldiers raided her home shortly before midnight.

GAO: Census has computer problem created in early '08

GAO: Census has computer problem created in early '08 30 Apr 2010 A computer system that the Census Bureau needs to manage its door-to-door count of the U.S. population remained buggy and prone to crash a day before enumerators were set to begin their work, government officials said Friday.

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