As Washington continues sending its development assistance aid in the form of drones to bomb civilians illegally inside Pakistan’s borders, allegedly to go after Taliban fighters, Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif recently completed a trip to Beijing where he met Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, his first foreign visit after the May elections. The Pakistani Federal Cabinet subsequently approved the start of negotiations and signing of a Memorandum of Understanding on developing a "China-Pakistan Economic Corridor"long-term plan, and an action plan between the development ministries of the two countries.
Last week, the Ontario College of Physicians and Surgeons (OCPS) met to determine the sanctions to be imposed against Toronto doctor Roland Wong. The inner-city community doctor, who had come to the attention of authorities for providing a high number of special diet allowance authorizations to welfare recipients, had been found guilty of professional misconduct by the College last December. At that time, the College ruled that Wong had not taken all the necessary steps to ensure that his patients qualified for the dietary benefit.
The fight against Assad’s brutal regime has taken an unexpected turn late Thursday afternoon when a large weapons cache belonging to the so-called national protection force in Homs city, an arm of Assad’s Shabeeha, was destroyed.
Saudi Arabia, a major supporter of opposition forces in Syria, has increased crackdown on its own dissenters, with 30,000 activists reportedly in jail. In an exclusive interview to RT a Saudi prince defector explained what the monarchy fears most.
Former US ambassador to Baghdad says Saudi Arabia is sponsoring violence in Iraq. In secret US cables dating back to 2009, talking about Iraq's relationship with its neighbors, Hill said, "Saudi Arabia constitutes the biggest challenge and the problem is more complex in relation to the Iraqi politicians who are trying to form a stable and independent government."
He also stressed that Riyadh funds al-Qaeda attacks in Iraq.
Imagine a rushed crisis meeting at the highest levels of the Orwellian/Panopticon complex: "Gentlemen, we have a golden opportunity here. We are under siege by defector spy Edward Snowden - liberated by the Soviets - and that terrorist hack Greenwald. Snowden may be winning: even among US public opinion, there's a growing perception we may be more of a threat than al-Qaeda.
Masoud Barzani, the president of the Iraqi Kurdistan region, has said that he will use “all capabilities” to defend Kurdish civilians who are under threat by Al-Qaeda-linked fighters involved in the Syrian civil war.
Tuesday marks 10 years as of the crime in Gorazdevac, near Pec, Kosovo-Metohija, when two Serb boys were shot dead and four other children wounded.
The innocent children were ambushed and sprayed with bullets on August 13, 2003 while they were bathing in the Bistrica River.
The attack claimed the lives of Ivan Jovovic, 19, and Pantelija Dakic, 12, while Djordje Ugrenovic, 20, Bogdan Bukumiric, 14, Marko Bogicevic, 12, and Dragana Srbljak, 13, were seriously injured.
Representatives of the UNMIK police stated back then that they will turn every stone to find the killers but, as in many other cases of war crimes against Serbs in Kosovo-Metohija, the investigation did not move from the starting point.
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Doctors at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta estimate that without a heart transplant, 15-year-old Anthony Stokes will die within three to six months from heart failure. Yet despite his prognosis, they refuse to put Anthony on the transplant list, telling his family he doesn’t qualify due to “a history of non-compliance” characterized by “low grades and trouble with the law.”
“They said they don’t have any evidence that he would take his medicine or that he would go to his follow-ups,” Melencia Hamilton, Anthony’s mother, told WSBTV. Hamilton says that a transplant is the only option for her son’s enlarged heart.
The US bombing—the latest in a string against the poverty-stricken and politically fractured nation—comes amid a global travel warning for US citizens issued by the State Department late last week and the closure of more than twenty embassies and consulates across the Middle East and North Africa.
Syrian Army troops kill a top al-Qaeda militant commander in the coastal city of Latakia.Syrian military officials told Press TV on Sunday that the militants, identified as Abu Malik al-Shahri and generally known as the Bin Laden of Syria, was killed on the outskirts of the city, located 348 kilometers (216 miles) northwest of the capital Damascus.
Shahri, originally from Saudi Arabia, was a comrade of the slain founder of the al-Qaeda, Osama Bin Ladan.
Obama claimed Snowden could argue his case in a U.S. court. But Obama declared Snowden’s fellow whistleblower, Army Private First Class Bradley Manning, guilty even before the trial of the soldier who was charged with and found guilty of disclosing a quarter million mostly classified State Department documents to WikiLeaks. Obama claims to have taught constitutional law at the University of Chicago, however, his command influence in the Manning case and executive branch animosity toward Snowden are indications that Mr. Obama has very little knowledge of the U.S. Constitution when it comes to presidential influence of prosecutions.
According to reports, the attackers searched the compound, which until the revolution had housed workers for a Turkish company, seizing weapons and equipment as well as vehicles belonging to PFG members. When one of the guardsmen tried to phone for help he was shot at but not injured. No one else was hurt in the incident, although a guard dog was shot dead.
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