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News Roundup

Gunfight at the S-chip corral, Ed
That long-awaited peace meeting, Ed
Mr. Ahmadinejad speaks, Ed
The ugly side of the G.O.P., Herbert
The center holds, Brooks
Court advances military trials for detainees, Glaberson
Jurors near verdict in Mormon polygamy rape case, AP
Panel to consider stronger regulation of Utah mines, Frosch
Congress set for veto fight on child healthcare, Pear &Hulse
In beach enclave, affluent are split over effluent, Morris
Bush sues Illinois to let employers use immigrant database, Preston
Big water-project measure for La. approved by the Senate, Herszenhorn
Call Rudy an oddball if you must, but do call, Haberman
Ahmadinejad at Columbia, parries and puzzles, Cooper
Maliki gains time but faces a daunting task, Rubin
Snipers baited and killed Iraqis, soldiers testify, von Zielbauer
Bomber kills 16 at Iraqi reconciliation banquet, Kramer
Burmese junta warns monks of crackdown, Mydans
Outsourcing works so well, India is exporting jobs, Giridharadas
Britain's leader, warming to spotlight, rouses his party, Lyall
Approval sought to build two nuclear reactors in Texas, Wald
World Bank faces doubts from donors, Weisman
Homeland Security deputy to quit, Lipton
Edwards' strategy on AIDS, AP

Weapons left by US troops 'used as bait to kill Iraqis', Sengupta
'Chain of errors' led to 36 hour nuclear blunder in US last month, Foley
Bush is collecting personal records on Americans who fly, drive or take cruises, Nakashima


Myanmar junta's warnings ignored as 100,000 join new protest
Moderate Fukuda takes charge of Japan
Myanmar, Iran in Bush's sights at UN General Assembly
Africa flood crisis deepens
Asian spacefarers race for the moon
WTO to rule on US complaint against China patent regime
Euro under record dollar high as German business survey disappoints

News Bullets

  • Snipers Lure Iraqis with 'Bait'
  • Activist Silenced for Fear of Surveillance
  • Nonviolent Protest Gains in West Bank
  • Town Hall Crowd Calls for Bush Impeachment
  • Starbucks: Not Worker-Friendly in Ethiopiak
  • US Doors Cracked to Iraqi Refugees
  • Maliki Insists Blackwater Must Pay for Shootings
  • Bush Vows to Veto Children's Insurance Bill
  • Church Wants Apology from IRS After Investigation into Antiwar Sermon
  • War Costing $720 Million Each Day, Group Says
  • Bush To Be No-Show At U.N. Climate Summit
  • Reinvigorated SDS Finds Support in Lancaster, Pennsylvania
  • Country Music Deserts George Bush
  • Generals Opposing Iraq War Break with Military Tradition
  • Far Right Sells Iraq War to 'Values Voters'
  • Messages of Peace Are Blowin’ In The Wind
  • Blackwater 'Arms Smuggling Probe'
  • Stanford Campus in Uproar Over Fellowship For Rumsfeld
  • Democracy Icon Aung San Suu Kyi Greets Myanmar Monks
  • Halliburton Recruiters Meet Protest In Wisconsin
  • Canada: Losing Water Through NAFTA
  • Louisiana’s Jena Six Beating Case Galvanizes S.F.’s ‘Black MoveOn’
  • Mandela Still Alive After Embarrassing Bush Remark

    Op-Ed Roundup

    James Carroll:
    N.Y. Site Transcends Boundaries
    Thom Hartmann:
    Columbia University Shows True American Values
    Carol Hamilton:
    Conscience Voters
    Donna Saggia:
    From “Support the Troops” to Condemning MoveOn
    John Brown:
    Sinking in the Polls: Karen Hughes’ Public Diplomacy Moment
    Juan Cole:
    Turning Ahmadinejad Into Public Enemy No. 1
    Chris Colin:
    Cleaning Up After The Bushes… Literally: The Former President’s Pool Boy Speaks Out
    Olga Bonfiglio:
    The Peace Movement – Has It Been Worth It?
    Robert Kuttner:
    The Bubble Economy
    Sean Gonsalves:
    The Whole (Jena 6) Story?
    Katrina Vanden Heuvel:
    Bush, the Bomb and Iran
    Cecilia Lucas:
    The Banality of Violence
    Chai Feldblum:
    Time To Ban Job Discrimination Against Gays
    Tom Engelhardt:
    Freedom As Theft: Honoring American Liberators
    Cynthia Tucker:
    America’s Oil Lust Means Long Middle East Involvement
    Bruce Mirken:
    Spinning A Failed War on Drugs

    Special:FDA Watch
    Survey Finds Americans Distrustful of FDA Overall, Brian White
    FDA: S.C. Drugmaker Doctored Results, Adam O'Daniel
    Hearing Today: FDA Officials Concealed Avandia Cardiac Risks, Luana Sabrina Review
    Senate Approves FDA Drug-Safety Bill, Roy Silberstein
    FDA Considers Reforming Use, Selection of Advisory Panels, Henderson
    Congress OKs Bill Giving New Power to FDA, Mantell
    FDA Launches Drug Safety Newsletter, FDA
    Vioxx Lawyer Sues FDA Over FOIA Requests , Ed Silverman
    The Biggest FDA Reform In A Decade, Matthew Herper
    The FDA Vs. Small Pharma, NCPA
    The FDA: What Will the Next 100 Years Bring?, Arthur A. Daemmrich

    Special: Dictator '08
    Clinton's wiser health plan, ED
    Sen. Clinton: Bill and I are different, Gross
    SEIU down to 3 Dems for endorsement , Holland
    US candidates follow money trail to London, Goldenberg
    Guiliani and the fear card: It worked for Bush, two times, Alterman

    Special:Burma Uproar
    Nuns join Monks in Saffron Revolution in Burma, Parry
    Suu Kyi greets protesters as Burma's junta faces biggest test in 20 years, Buncombe

    Special: Bush Will Leave Us Iraq and Broken Economy (Update)
    Dollar hits record low against euro, BBC
    Canadian Dollar Rose Above U.S. Dollar Yesterday, Toronto Star
    Contradictions mount in US and world economy in wake of Fed rate cut, Martin
    Rate Cut Alone May Not Fix Economy, Hall
    Bernanke: Rate Cut Not a Cure-All for Turbulence, Hall
    Greenspan alert on falling home he tells us!, Guha
    Cowardice:Greenspan tells us now what he wouldn't tell the Bushies then, Guha
    Disappointed (scared) Greenspan lashes out at Bush, Andrews

    Today's Alternative Special: AlterNet

    Is Keith Olbermann the Next Edward R. Murrow?
    Naomi Klein Debates Alan Greenspan
    Rethinking Antidepressants and Youth Suicide
    Liberal Denial: The Link Between Porno and War
    The Federal War on Medical Marijuana Becomes a War on Children
    Deb Price: From California to Maine, Straight Allies Stand Up
    Sean Gonsalves: The Whole (Jena 6) Story?
    Earl Ofari Hutchinson: Why Civil Rights Leaders Didn't Get Mychal Bell Out of...

    DrugReporter: The Federal War on Medical Marijuana Becomes a War on Children
    DrugReporter: Spinning a Failed War on Drugs
    DrugReporter: The Top Ten Reasons Marijuana Should Be Legal
    Environment: It's Time to Build a New Economic Model
    Environment: Why Iraqi Farmers Might Prefer Death to Paul Bremer's Order 81
    Environment: The Death of 'Green' Satellites
    ForeignPolicy: Does Globalization Bring War or Peace?
    ForeignPolicy: How the Iraq Occcupation Has Turned Friendship Between Familie...

    The Rest of Today's Bush Watch Daily Headlines Are Here:...mainstream ... united states ... canada ...england ...australia ...latin america ......europe ...middle east ... asia ... africa ... alternative...op-eds


    United States

    New York Times

    Uxorious, spurious...or plain old Viagric hubris, Dowd
    Cleaning up China, Ed
    An opportunity for Mr. Schwarzenegger, Ed
    Larry Craig's great adventure: suddenly, he's a civil libertarian, Cohen
    Politics in black and white, Krugman
    When soldiers do PR for Bush's war: the MoveOn ad was a righteous shot , Hoyt
    Downtime from murder: in horror's shadow, SS guards frolic. What would you have done?, Cohen
    Lion-hearted tamer of troubled schools has plan in New Orleans, Nossiter
    Florida Democrats affirm early primary, Goodnough
    Was Cheney's guy Mukasey 'injudicious and malicious' to post-9/11 witnesses?, Shenon
    Fear but few facts in debate on voter I.D.s, Liptak
    Graft in U.S. Army contracts spread from Kuwait base, Thompson &Schmitt
    Monks protest grows, challenging Myanmar junta. Why is Bush silent?, Mydans
    Detention offers view of shadowy world in Pakistan, Moss &Mekhennet
    U.S. focus on Ahmadinejad puzzles Iranians: he's neither head of state nor commander in chief, Slackman
    Veteran lawmaker & foreign policy dove chosen as Japan's PM, Onishi
    U.S. will invite Syria to a peace conference, Cooper
    Bush stiffs the world again on global warming: he'll host talks on how to avoid regulating, Myers
    Bottom line: al-Maliki hasn't the power to defy Bushco and order Blackwater out, Rubin &Kramer
    Familiar disagreements as fiscal deadline nears, Pear

    Boston Globe

    Lines harden over Iran leader's visit to US , Issenberg
    Is it always necessary to reconcile?, Eisikovits

    Chicago Sun Times

    Auto workers launch national strike against GM, Durbin
    Why won't Bush admit mistakes? , Greeley


    Dollar Slump Could Help U.S. Exports, Hall
    Wrecking Ball Slams into Disgruntled Chinese' Quest for Justice, Johnson
    House to Vote on Expansion of Flood Insurance Program, Recio
    Administration Lobbied against Clean-Air Waiver, Whitney
    Iraqi Villagers Say Rebels Iran Seeks Are Near, Price - Post Editorials

    More Tax Cuts: Mr. Obama's Cookie Jar
    Tipping Point in Burma
    Bush Dithers: A Price on Carbon
    Dems on Peru: Progress on Trade?
    Questions for Bush Nominee Mukasey
    Talks: The Mideast Core - Op-Ed Columns

    The Right Move? Bernanke Takes The Reins
    Ahmadinejad's appearance: Playing Democrat At Columbia
    A Little Rock Reminder
    Iraq's Inevitabilities
    Kids" Health: The Right Fight for Democrats
    WTO: A Trade Deal on The Ropes
    Forsaking the Egyptian Free Press
    Greenspan: The Maestro's False Notes

    LA Times

    SF Chronicle


    Globe and Mail

    TORONTO STAR: News Top Stories

    Canadians feeling fleeced by U.S. pricing
    Dion admits image needs makeover
    Tag team blasts McGuinty

    From the Editorial page

    McGuinty foes fail to deliver
    Health care for homeless
    Withering of the Bloc is great news
    Cut interest rates to preserve jobs
    Ghostly Afghan army
    West alert to PM's Quebec temptation
    A cautionary tale from divided Belgium



    UN chief urges world leaders to take action on climate, BBC
    UN hopes to broaden role on Iraq, BBC
    General Motors workers on strike, BBC
    Iran president in NY campus clash, BBC
    Credit crunch 'hits world growth', BBC
    Suicide bomb kills Iraq chief of police and at least 17 others, BBC
    Iraqi President urges US to free Iranian 'guest', BBC
    Arrests in Pakistan 'trouble' US, BBC
    Blackwater denies Iraq smuggling, BBC
    The US-UK healthcare divide may not be what it seems, Tim Egan, BBC


    Burma military Junta threatens protesting monks, MacKinnon
    China does not want another Tiananmen Square by proxy in Burma, Hilton
    Iran and the US must talk, Woollacott
    Yom Kippur in Israel: Day of cycling for the secularists, Freedman
    Senate Repugs prepared to eradicate the New Deal if they can, Tomasky
    America will survive its fool in the ermine's garb of power (Bush, who else?), Abramsky
    The rising cost of nature, Jeffrey Sachs
    Iraq's hired hands under fire as the pot of gold starts to run low, MacAskill
    'You got rid of one Saddam and you left us with 50' Saddams, Black


    Arctic sea ice melts to its lowest level ever, McCarthy
    Stanford campus in uproar over fellowship for Rumsfeld, Gumbel
    Iraqi cholera outbreak spreads to Baghdad, Sengupta
    Iraq's war has turned friendship between families into sectarian hatred, Sengupta
    Ahmadinejad's US visit overshadowed by campus furore, Penketh

    Times Online

    Power cuts in Gaza jeopardise Tony Blair mission, Hider
    A month's diary from Iraq, Fletcher
    A battle too far for Bush’s private army: Blackwater slaughter, Allen-Mills
    Common biofuel produces more greenhouse gas than oil or petrol, Smith


    ABC, news

    Latin America

    Mexican consul defends country as refugee seekers flock to Canada,
    The Week in Mexico ,
    Mexican crime hits record levels, McClatchy
    Weapons trade concerns Mexico, El Paso Times
    Mexican Opposition Leader Calls for a Firmer Stand, Prensa Latina
    Age discrimination flourishes in Mexico, USA Today
    Guatemalans Stand against Hunger, Prensa Latina
    More El Salvador Kids Sniff for High, Prensa Latina
    How Might CAFTA Affect Costa Rican Agriculture?, Tico Times
    US Ambassador to Costa Rica Denounced for meddling in CAFTA vote, Prensa Latina
    2007 may be the most violent year ever in Jamaica, Prensa Latina
    Venezuela Agreement on Oil Aids Dominican Rep, Prensa Latina
    Cuba’s Resistance Will Defeat the Blockade, Periodico 26
    The Council on Hemispheric Affairs Deserves an F for Article on Haiti, Narco News
    Seven Years of Plan Colombia … and Little Has Changed in Putumayo, Colombia Journal
    In Brazil, Rich or Poor, We're All Prisoners, Brazzil
    Brazil's Lula Tells US and EU to Keep Their Evil Eye Off the Amazon, Brazzil
    Morales for Native Rights at UN, Prensa Latina
    Fujimori back in Peru facing up 30 years in prison, Merco Press
    Argentina fury at UK bid for Falkland seas, Merco Press

    Upside-Down World


    Inter Press Service

    Climate Change: 'Fifteen Years and C02 Still Rising' , Rizvi
    Climate Change: Publics in North and South Want Action , Lobe
    Colombia: UN Rapporteur Studies Effects of Coca Spraying in Ecuador , Vieira
    Migration-Spain: Picking and Choosing the Favoured Few , Fraerman
    Development-Malawi: Lack of Running Water Puts Girls' Education at Risk , Semu-Banda
    Rights-Peru: Evidence Against Fujimori ‘Overwhelming’ , Páez
    Environment: Climate of Change Confronts Wall Street , Leahy
    Trade-East Africa: ''A Foreigner Cannot Develop Us'' , Omungo
    Migration: U.S. Doors Cracked to Iraqi Refugees , Gharib
    Central Asia: Abolition Close, But Spectre of Death Remains , Abdymen
    Mideast: Border Impasse Arises Again , Morrow+al-Omrani
    France: Two Years After Riots, Little Has Changed , Deibert
    Corruption-Malaysia: Video Clip Lands Top Judiciary in the Dock , Kuppusamy
    Environment-South Asia: Superstition May Yet Save Marine Reserve , Bidwai
    Politics-Australia: Walking the Tighrope in Asia , de Tarczynski

    Opinion - International Herald Tribune

    Welcoming Iraqi refugees
    To the Asians, a deja vu
    Aviation and global warming
    Iraq: The other victims
    Meanwhile: September, time to lighten up and get a grip

    SPIEGEL ONLINE - International

    'Big Brother' for Cosmonauts: Russia Locks Up Volunteers to Test Effects of ...
    After the Petraeus Report: Bush Says Success Allows for Troop Cuts
    Terror Arrests in Vienna: Austria's 'Jihad by Telecommute'
    Picture This: Rebuilding Lives
    Suing Tom: A Berlin Attorney Takes on Cruise
    Opinion: German Converts to Islam Are an Asset, Not a Threat
    Russia's New Prime Minister: Putin's Obscure Hardliner
    A Lesson for Europe: American Muslims Strive to Become Model Citizens

    Der Spiegel

    International Herald Tribune

    Radio Paris (WNN)

    Middle East


    Iranian President: If Holocaust happened, why must Palestinians pay?, Shlomo Shamir
    The clear loser from Ahmadinejad's visit is Israel, Shmuel Rosner
    Israel on the way to becoming a pariah state, Carlo Strenger
    Bush to Abbas: Statehood for Palestinians in reach, AP
    Peace groups challenge gov't separation of Israelis, Palestinians, Amira Hass
    Lebanon puts off electing president as opposition skips parliament vote, Agencies
    ADL: Ahmadinejad's speech at Columbia University 'a charade', Sandra Cariglio


    Iraq makes U-turn on Blackwater, Al Jazeera
    Two million displaced inside Iraq, Agencies
    Quartet announces new peace summit, Al Jazeera
    Hamas women in West Bank march, Agencies
    Uncertainty hangs over Lebanon vote, Agencies
    Mourners throng Lebanon funeral, Al Jazeera
    Iran 'not headed for war with US', Agencies
    Iran unveils new missile at parade, Al Jazeera

    Middle East

    Iranophobia hits Ground Zero , Asia Times
    Is 'terrorist threat' to America another Bush-Cheney fabrication?, MET
    The aggressive foreign policy pursued by the United States is Al-Qaeda’s indispensable ally , Al-Hayat
    US captivated in the theater of war, Asia Times
    War and GOP: Bush Playing Not to Lose, Arab News
    Iraq Security Needs to Improve for Greater UN Role: Ban, Arab News
    Iraq: Heath services struggle to prevent cholera spreading, IRIN
    Mercenaries Above the Law, Uruknet
    Iraq Anbar Tribal Leader Pledges to Fight Al-Qaeda, Arab News
    Shots in the dark over Syria's skies, Asia Times
    Welcome to Planet Gaza, Asia Times
    There’s a Double Standard on Academic Freedom in the Middle East, Arab News
    Village succeeds getting apartheid wall moved, will continue struggle, Palestine Chronicle
    Has the anti-war movement abandoned Palestine?, Palestine Chronicle
    Israel Grants Gaza 'Enemy' Status, to Cut Vital Services in Violation of Law, Palestine Chronicle
    Hope for the best - but expect the worst of Lebanon's failed politicians, Lebanon Daily Star
    Lebanon: All to lose and much to gain in divisive presidential election, IRIN
    US Needs to Keep Engaging With Syria, Arab News
    Russia bolsters ties with Iran , Asia Times
    Iran Warns West Against Attack, Displays Missiles, Arab News
    NATO bombs killed at least 45 civilians in Afghanistan the other day, Uruknet
    Rising food prices eat into Ramadan celebrations in Jordan, Lebanon Daily Star
    When Saving Lives Becomes Criminal Act, Arab News
    Blackwater probed for selling weapons to PKK for use against Turkey, Zaman Daily
    Turkish ‘Public is ready for new constitution, but elite is not’, Zaman Daily
    Fierce firefight in Ingushetia. One Mujahid became Shaheed, kavkaz

    Daily Star



    Germany Tries to Calm Waters with China after Dalai Lama Visit, AFP
    UN Bid Puts Taiwan on Skids with China, Christian Science Monitor
    China Media Says Mattel Apology Overdue, Washington Post
    China Takes Aim at Its Smoggy Skies, Chicago Tribune
    Inflation in China Builds Up Steam, The Sydney Morning Herald.

    South East Asia

    Protests across Burma,
    Monks join escalating peaceful protests against the Burmese military regime.,
    Democracy Icon Suu Kyi Greets Myanmar Monks, Arab News
    Clerical catalyst in Burma,
    US turns to China to influence Myanmar , Asia Times
    Burning down Myanmar's Internet firewall, Asia Times
    Thailand marks coup anniversary, Al Jazeera
    Malaysia: Elections without representation, Asia Times
    Malaysia at 50: Things fall apart?,
    The self-styled “people’s paper” really a mouthpiece for the government,
    Malaysia's biggest city eyes fees to ease traffic, thejakartapost/font>
    U.S., China: Indonesia is the third biggest contributor to global warming ,jakartapost/font>
    Privatization of Jakarta's water supply brought only higher prices and dwindling access, Asia Times
    US, China vie for Philippine military influence , Asia Times
    Arroyo Bows to Public Opinion, Suspends Tainted Telecom Deal, Arab News

    Asia Times, opinion

    The Hindu, news


    Rains keep pouring down across Africa, bringing worst floods , Mail and Guardian
    Somalia: 'What have we done to deserve this?', IRIN
    Somali police besiege radio station, Al Jazeera
    Somalia: Shabelle news service silenced by Government firepower,
    Brain drain hits Ethiopian airlines,
    Nokia launches cell phones with text in Amharic at Sheraton Addis,
    Sudan: Thousands more flee violence in Darfur - UN, IRIN
    Sudan: Darfur settlement elusive as world marks Peace Day, IRIN
    Sudan: Ambush And Shooting of Darfur Aid Workers Sparks Outrage , UN News
    Volence and ugly incidents marred the campaign trail in Kenya, East African Standard
    Air freighted food can't qualify as organic, keeping W African organics out of Britain, IPS
    Uganda: Famine Imminent as Crops Rot, New Vision (Kampala)
    Uganda: 1,564 Girls Defiled in North, New Vision (Kampala)
    Chinese companies have thrived in construction, fishing and communications sectors in Senegal, Xinhua
    Liberia: Go to school or go to jail, IRIN
    Sierra Leone: Why don’t people farm the land?, IRIN
    Cote d'Ivoire: No war, no peace five years after rebellion, IRIN
    Nigeria: N-Delta militant leader beheaded, Vanguard (Lagos)
    Nigeria: Thugs Who Intimidated Voters Are Talking, Vanguard (Lagos)
    Privatising benefitted the few, most got higher costs, massive lay offs, This Day
    The Rising Cost Of Bread: Staple food of the poor made entirely of imported wheat, Guardian
    Rwanda blames DR Congo for violence, Al Jazeera
    Ebola outbreak spreads in DRC region, Mail and Guardian
    DR Congo: Regional ministers push to end violence in the east, IRIN
    Zambia: Government discards the elderly, IRIN
    Odious debts should not be honoured,
    Mugabe boosts power as EU divided over Zimbabwe, Reuters
    Swaziland: Two-thirds of women beaten and abused, IRIN
    South Africa: Farms Simmer Over Tenure Rights, IRIN
    Opposition leader Zille warns of slide towards Animal Farm state, Mail and Guardian

    Mail and Guardian


    Drug Corp Watch

    Hospital Admits Breaking State Laws in Surgical Mutilation of Stunted Daughter, David Gutierrez
    State Plans Lawsuit Against Drug Firms , Seth Blomeley
    Young Couple Urges Parents to Learn About Vaccines, Daphne Larkin
    High Hopes Come Crashing Down as HIV Vaccine Fails,


    Iraqi Report Says Blackwater Guards Fired First, Tavernise+Glanz
    US: Families Cannot Sue Firm for Israel Deaths, Pilkington

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    Raw Story, news
    Salon, opinion
    Information Clearing House, opinion
    Mother Jones, opinion
    Alternet, opinion
    Working For Change, opinion
    Tom Paine, opinion
    Democracy Now !, news
    Daily Kos, opinion
    In These Times, opinion
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    Crooks and Liars, audio/video


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