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Barbarism is no substitute for justice!
Thomas Mann: War is only a cowardly escape from the problems of peace.
Harold Pinter: American barbarism will destroy the world.
Dr. Sigmund Freud: Psychoanalysis befits the Americans like a white shirt befits a crow.
George Orwell: War is Peace, Freedom is Slavery, Ignorance is Strength.

AMERICAN WAR CRIMES AND CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY

Fool me once, shame on you! Fool me twice, shame on me!

The Guardian - Steve Bell on the war in Iraq.

The American Taliban is the 'unholy alliance' of the super-rich U.S. investors, neo-conservative jingoists and Zionist "Evangelical Christians" in the rural states, typically the poorest people in America, who have succeeded in replacing the American democracy with an "IRONFISTED THEOCRACY WITH THE PRESIDENT AS MULLAH AND POLICY AS RELIGIOUS WAR".
The electoral process is controlled by neo-conservative 'spin doctors' and by Zionist 'Evangelical' pastors who tell the brainwashed, functionally illiterate masses how to vote, under penalty of eternal punishment in hell.
For the American Taliban abortion is a mortal sin, and rightfully so, but killing tens of thousands of human beings, men, women and children is perfectly all right, as long as the victims are non-American goim (cattle, according to the Talmud). According to a 1997 poll, only one out of three U.S.citizens is able to name the most basic of the Christian texts, the four Gospels. Only one out of three U.S. citizens has heard about the Sermon on the Mount.
A recent survey by the Program on International Policy Attitudes at the University of Maryland found that nearly 70 percent of President Bush's supporters believe the U.S. has come up with "clear evidence" that Saddam Hussein was working closely with Al Qaeda. A third of the president's supporters believe weapons of mass destruction were found in Iraq. And more than a third believe that a substantial majority of world opinion supported the U.S.-led invasion.
Ignorance is bliss! The crass manipulation of the incredible ignorance and of the functional illiteracy of the American masses constitutes the basis of the new theocratic regime of the American Taliban.

DOCUMENTS ON U.S. WAR CRIMES AND VIOLATIONS OF U.S. AND INTERNATIONAL LAWS

SO SHALL YOU REAP!


LIVING ON PENNIES
A six part series by Los Angeles Times

Davan Maharaj - Los Angeles Times: PART 1: WHEN THE PUSH FOR SURVIVAL IS A FULL-TIME JOB - 11 July 2004

Davan Maharaj - Los Angeles Times: PART 2: TRADING TOMORROW TO EAT TODAY - 12 July 2004

Davan Maharaj - Los Angeles Times: PART 3: FOR SALE - CHEAP: 'DEAD WHITE MEN'S CLOTHING' - 14 July 2004

Davan Maharaj - Los Angeles Times: PART 4: SQUALOR EVERYWHERE, BUT STILL THIS IS A NEIGHBORHOOD - 16 July 2004

Davan Maharaj - Los Angeles Times: PART 5: THE $10 IMPOSSIBLE DREAM: A YEAR OF SCHOOL - 20 July 2004

Davan Maharaj - Los Angeles Times: PART 6: A LIFE MEASURED IN OUNCES - 22 July 2004


Alexander Jakobson - HAARETZ: A DEGRADING MEMORIAL - 'The question is whether the ultra-Orthodox public in Israel, including its leaders and its spokesmen, is prepared to rid itself entirely of THE VIEW THAT NON-JEWS ARE NOT REALLY HUMAN BEINGS.'
The author is definitely courageous, but he limits his criticism to the observant Orthodox Jews who just implement the teachings of the TALMUD (Mischnah and Gemarah), a collection of the most extreme hate literature in the history of mankind, responsible for causing endless sufferings to Jews and non-Jews alike for several millennia. Needless to say, criticizing the dehumanizing teachings of the Talmud brings an instantaneous accusation of being anti-Semitic, a very ironic misnomer, given the fact that in Palestine and Israel almost all of the Semitic people are Arabic. The SEPHARAZIM or the Semitic Jews represent only 6% of the world Jewry, while 94% of all Jews, the ASHKENAZIM, are as Aryan as the Germans or the Turks, their forefathers in the Khazar Empire. - 19 August 2004

Shulamit Aloni - HAARETZ: LOSING GOD'S IMAGE - A very powerful indictment of the so-called "Jewish religion" by a very courageous Jewish writer. Read about the Israeli rabbis who make "halakhik decisions" (halakha is the Jewish Law) stating it is perfectly all right to kill non-Jewish (goim) civilians, men, women and children and to rob or destroy their property, which is what the Israeli army is doing with impunity using U.S. made weapon systems, fully paid by the idiotic American taxpayers like you and me, courtesy of the criminal U.S. politicians.
Let me quote from one of the "luminaries", Rabbi Israel Hess: "WE ARE ALL OBLIGATED TO CARRY OUT THE GENOCIDE OF THE PALESTINIANS". Are you surprised? You shouldn't be, since their "halakhic decisions" are in accordance with the teachings of the TALMUD (Mischnah and Gemarah). This is why the Universal Church ordered the Talmud to be burnt at stake several times in the last five centuries. - 19 September 2004


Gerard Baker: "If success has many fathers and failure is an orphan, Washington, D.C., is now running the largest and most desperate orphanage in modern intellectual history."

DOWNLOAD THE INDEPENDENT PANEL REPORT ON ABU GHRAIB ABUSES (PDF format) - 24 August 2004
DOWNLOAD THE ARMY INVESTIGATION REPORT ON ABU GHRAIB ABUSES (PDF format) - 25 August 2004
DOWNLOAD THE COMPREHENSIVE REPORT ON IRAQ'S WMD (PDF format) - 30 September 2004
THE COMMISSION ON THE INTELLIGENCE CAPABILITIES OF THE UNITED STATES REGARDING WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION - 1 April 2005

DAILY NEWS SECTION


Tony Paterson - The Independent: DRESDEN'S FRAUENKIRCHE RISES FROM RUBBLE 60 YEARS AFTER ALLIED BOMBING - 31 October 2005

Daniel Howden and David Usborne - The Independent: U.S. ADMITS IT HAS COUNTED 26,000 IRAQI DEAD - 31 October 2005

Peter Popham - The Independent: BERLUSCONI: I TRIED TO TALK BUSH OUT OF INVADING IRAQ - 31 October 2005

Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: SPECIAL REPORT: BUSH FACES HIS WATERGATE - 30 October 2005

Joseph C. Wilson IV - Los Angeles Times: OUR 27 MONTHS OF HELL - October 30, 2005

James Moore - The Independent: THE U.S. WAKES UP TO A FICTION - 30 October 2005

Editorial - The Independent: THE WHITE HOUSE UNRAVELS - 30 October 2005

Frank Rich - New York Times: ONE STEP CLOSER TO THE BIG ENCHILADA - October 30, 2005

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: TIME FOR THE VICE PRESIDENT TO EXPLAIN HIMSELF - October 30, 2005

Ian Bremmer - Financial Times: WHITE HOUSE CRISIS IS JUST BEGINNING - 29 October 2005

Tony Paterson - The Independent: DRESDEN CELEBRATES THE RESURRECTION OF THE FRAUENKIRCHE - 29 October 2005

Bob Herbert - New York Times: DRIVING BLIND AS THE DEATHS PILE UP - October 28, 2005

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: SHUT DOWN DEATH ROW - October 28, 2005

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: BUSH AT BAY - 27 October 2005

Letters - The Guardian: FIGURE IT OUT - 27 October 2005

Shafika Nattar - The Independent: SADDAM'S LAWYERS SUSPEND CONTACT WITH TRIBUNAL - 27 October 2005

Anne Penketh - The Independent: IRAN'S LEADER SAYS JEWISH STATE 'SHOULD BE WIPED FROM THE MAP' - Replacing the racist, talmudic state of Israel with a secular state of Palestine, where all citizens have equal rights (including the "right to return") regardless of religion, race, nationality and language is a paramount requirement for any lasting peace in the Middle East. - 27 October 2005

Editorial - Haaretz: LIFT THE SIEGE OF GAZA - Tishrei 24, 5766

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: DICK AT THE HEART OF DARKNESS - October 26, 2005

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: WHAT USE IS A CONSTITUTION WHEN THERE IS NO STATE? - 26 October 2005

Kim Sengupta - The Independent: U.S. FACES LONG HAUL IN IRAQ AS ITS DEATH TOLL HITS 2,000 - 26 October 2005

Nir Hasson, Arnon Regular and Jonathan Lis - Haaretz: THOUSANDS OF PALESTINIANS BURY ISLAMIC JIHAD LEADER IN TUL KARM - Tishrei 23, 5766

Thomas L. Friedman - New York Times: LIVING HAND TO MOUTH - October 26, 2005

Lawrence B. Wilkinson - Los Angeles Times: THE WHITE HOUSE CABAL - October 25, 2005

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: HURRICANE FITZGERALD APPROACHES THE WHITE HOUSE - October 25, 2005

Eric Schmitt - New York Times: EXCEPTION SOUGHT IN DETAINEE ABUSE BAN - October 25, 2005

Amira Hass - Haaretz: QUARTET ENVOY: ISRAEL ACTING AS IF DISENGAGEMENT NEVER HAPPENED - Tishrei 22, 5766

Robert Scheer - Los Angeles Times: BULLETPROOF PROTECTION FOR THE GUN INDUSTRY - October 25, 2005

Bob Herbert - New York Times: HOW SCARY IS THIS? - October 24, 2005

Jurek Martin - Financial Times: SCANDAL AT THE WHITE HOUSE - 23 October 2005

Richard W. Stevenson and Douglas Jehl - New York Times: LEAK CASE RENEWS QUESTIONS ON WAR'S RATIONALE - October 23, 2005

Frank Rich - New York Times: KARL AND SCOOTER'S EXCELLENT ADVENTURE - October 23, 2005

Editorial - Haaretz: DO NOT DISTURB - Tishrei 20, 5766

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: A NATION STANDS ON TRIAL - 23 October 2005

Raymond Whitaker - The Independent: SADDAM TRIAL IS FALLING INTO CHAOS, CLAIMS BARRISTER AFTER DEFENCE LAWYER FOUND DEAD - 23 October 2005

Kim Murphy - Los Angeles Times: REBELLION CREEPING THROUGH CAUCASUS - October 23, 2005

Sarah Johnstone - The Guardian: STRANGE AND UNSETTLING: MY DAY TRIP TO CHERNOBYL - 23 October 2005

Paul Richter - Los Angeles Times: OFFICIAL SAYS U.S. RUSHED TO WAR IN IRAQ - October 22, 2005

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: WOMAN OF MASS DESTRUCTION - October 22, 2005

Jonathan Chait - Los Angeles Times: SUDDENLY, IT'S JUST A VAST LEFT-WING CONSPIRACY - October 20, 2005

Steve Connor - The Independent: REVEALED: THE TRUE DEVASTATION OF THE RAIN FOREST - 21 October 2005

Maura Reynolds and Janet Hook - Los Angeles Times: SENATORS REJECT MIERS' REPLIES TO QUESTIONS - October 20, 2005

David Brooks - New York Times: SCENES FROM A MELTDOWN - October 20, 2005

Editorial - New York Times: THE TROUBLE WITH HARRIET - October 20, 2005

Bob Herbert - New York Times: RAIN FOREST JEKYLL AND HYDE? - October 20, 2005

Reuters - The Guardian: ' I WON'T ANSWER TO THIS COURT ' - "Aggression is illegitimate and what is build on illegitimacy is illegitimate." - 19 October 2005

Steve Negus, Roula Khalaf and Neil MacDonald - Financial Times: IRAQI JUSTICE ALSO ON TRIAL AS SADDAM FACES JUDGMENT - October 19, 2005

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: FLEEING PALESTINE: MY RIGHT TO RETURN - 19 October 2005

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: BUSH AIDES FEAR INDICTMENT AFTER C.I.A. LEAK INQUIRY - 19 October 2005

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: NAUGHTY HARRY: LAWYERING WITHOUT A LICENSE - October 19, 2005

Thomas L. Friedman - New York Times: LEADING BY (BAD) EXAMPLE - October 19, 2005

Thomas Wagner - The Independent: 'CIVILIANS KILLED' AS U.S. TARGETS MILITANTS - 17 October 2005

Peter G. Gosselin - Los Angeles Times: BUSH IS IN NO HURRY ON KATRINA RECOVERY - October 17, 2005

Bob Herbert - New York Times: GET IT TOGETHER DEMOCRATS - October 17, 2005

Marie Woolf - The Independent: BUSH TO BLAIR: FIRST IRAQ, THEN SAUDI - 16 October 2005

Frank Rich - New York Times: IT'S BUSH-CHENEY, NOT ROVE-LIBBY - October 16, 2005

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: SCHOOLYARD BULLY DIPLOMACY - October 16, 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: ON TOUR WITH MY GHOSTS - 16 October 2005

Richard Norton-Taylor - The Guardian: BUSH TOLD BLAIR OF 'GOING BEYOND IRAQ' - The chief inmate of the White House asylum for criminally insane had big plans to invade Saudi Arabia, Iran, North Korea and Pakistan. Not that he was ever able to find those countries on a map. This mental retard (his mother Barbara Bush used to apologize to her friends, saying that George "was a little slow") never owned a personal passport until Karl Rove stole the 2000 election for him. - 15 October 2005

Neil Buckley - Financial Times: MOSCOW ANGRY AT CHECHEN REBEL STATEMENT - 15 October 2005

Harold Pinter, Nobel Prize for Literature - The Independent: WE HAVE BROUGHT TORTURE AND MISERY IN THE NAME OF FREEDOM - 14 October 2005

Editorial - The Guardian: IN PRAISE OF...HAROLD PINTER - 14 October 2005

Andrew Grice - The Independent: THATCHER REVEALS HER DOUBTS OVER BASIS FOR IRAQ WAR - 14 October 2005

Nick Paton Walsh - The Guardian: REBELS TAKE FIGHT TO NEW FRONT IN RUSSIA - 14 October 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: QUESTIONS OF CHARACTER - October 14, 2005

Nigel Moris - The Independent: IRAQ HAS DESCENDED INTO ANARCHY, SAYS FISK - 13 October 2005

Dexter Filkins and Edward Wong - New York Times: POWERFUL SUNNI GROUP URGES IRAQIS TO REJECT NEW CHARTER - October 13, 2005

Bob Herbert - New York Times: BUSH'S PLEDGE? THE JOKE'S ON THE POOR - October 13, 2005

David Brooks - New York Times: IN HER OWN WORDS - October 13, 2005

David Holley - Los Angeles Times: 74 DEAD AS ISLAMIC MILITANTS STAGE ATTACKS IN SOUTHERN RUSSIA - October 13, 2005

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: TO SIR, WITH LOVE - October 12, 2005

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: YEAR AFTER YEAR, GRAVE AFTER GRAVE - October 11, 2005

Danny Rubinstein - Haaretz: TURKEY TRANSFERS OTTOMAN LAND RECORDS TO PALESTINIAN AUTHORITY - Tishrei 8, 5765

Jonathan Watts - The Guardian: ACTIVIST FOUND ALIVE AFTER BEATING BY MOB - 11 October 2005

Bob Herbert - New York Times: WHO ISN'T AGAINST TORTURE? - "Let's be clear: Mr. Bush is proposing to use the first veto of his presidency on a defense bill needed to fund military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan so that he can preserve the prerogative to subject detainees to cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment. In effect, he threatens to declare to the world his administration's moral bankruptcy." - October 10, 2005

Tyler Marshall and Louise Roug - New York Times: A CENTRAL PILLAR OF IRAQ POLICY CRUMBLING - October 10, 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: WILL BUSH DELIVER? - October 10, 2005

Kitty Kelley - New York Times: BUSH'S VEIL OVER HISTORY - October 10, 2005

Benjamin Joffe-Walt - The Guardian: 'THEY BEAT HIM UNTIL HE WAS LIFELESS' - 10 October 2005

Jonathan Watts - The Guardian: GROUNDSWELL OF PROTEST FEARED BY PARTY OFFICIALS - 10 October 2005

Norman Dombey - The Independent: TELL US WHO FABRICATED THE IRAQ EVIDENCE - 9 October 2005

Raymond Whitaker and Francis Elliott - The Independent: IRAQIS VOTE ON 'INVISIBLE' CONSTITUTION - 9 October 2005

Roula Khalaf - Financial Times: IRAQI 'NO' MAY NOT BE SUCH A BAD THING - 9 October, 2005

Frank Rich - New York Times: THE FAITH-BASED PRESIDENT DEFROCKED - October 9, 2005

David D. Kirkpatrick - New York Times: THE CRISIS OF THE BUSH CODE - October 9, 2005

David Brooks - New York Times: AS PARTIES GROW WEARY, TIME FOR AN INSURGENCY - October 9, 2005

Anne Penketh - The Independent: THE MAN WHO TOOK ON GEORGE BUSH AND WON (THE NOBEL PRIZE, THAT IS) - 8 October 2005

Editorial - The Guardian: IN PRAISE OF...MOHAMED EL BARADEI - 8 October 2005

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: BIN LADEN'S DEPUTY TELLS MILITANTS TO STOP ATTACKING CIVILIANS IN IRAQ - 8 October 2005

Tyler Marshall and Louise Roug - Los Angeles Times: DEMOCRACY'S POWER FADES AS IRAQ PANACEA - October 8, 2005

Paul Vallely - The Independent: WHETHER GOD SPEAKS TO HIM OR NOT, BUSH'S RELIGIOUS FANATICISM HAS SHAPED OUR WORLD - 8 October, 2005

John Tierney - New York Times: JUSTICE MIERS? GET REAL - October 8, 2005

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: THE TROUBLE WITH HARRY - October 8, 2005

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: BUSH: GOD TOLD ME TO INVADE IRAQ - In any civilized country, an individual who makes such a statement would end up in a mental institution for criminally insane. In the U.S.A., the asylum for criminally insane is the White House... - 7 October 2005

Editorial - New York Times: PRESIDENT BUSH'S MAJOR SPEECH: DOING THE 9/11 TIME WARP AGAIN - October 7, 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: WHO DID YOU SHOOT IN THE WAR, DADDY? - 7 October, 2005

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: SENATE DEFIES BUSH WITH VOTE TO STOP TORTURE OF U.S. PRISONERS - 7 October 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: A PIG IN A JACKET - October 7, 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: THE VICTIMS OF WAR, A CONFLICT OF INTEREST AND THE STORY OF STAFF SERGEANT NOLDE. - 6 October, 2005

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: THAT OTHER WAR - October 6, 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: THE CHOIRS OF KANDAHAR - 5 October, 2005

Kim Sengupta - The Independent: U.N. CONDEMNS RULE CHANGE FOR IRAQ'S CONSTITUTION VOTE - 5 October 2005

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: ALL THE PRESIDENT'S WOMEN - October 5, 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: WHEN I TASTED FEAR - 4 October, 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: HOW THE WORLD WAS DUPED: THE RACE TO INVADE IRAQ - 3 October, 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: MISERABLE BY DESIGN - October 3, 2005

Bob Herbert - New York Times: FOR NO GOOD REASON - October 3, 2005

Editorial - New York Times: CONGRESS AND KATRINA - October 3, 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: SHOCK AND AWE: THE NIGHT BAGHDAD BURNED - 2 October, 2005

Scott Ritter - The Independent: THE LAST THING IRAQ NEEDS NOW IS THE PASSING OF ITS DRAFT CONSTITUTION - 2 October 2005

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: A HUMBLED PRESIDENT - October 2, 2005

Frank Rich - New York Times: IN THE BEGINNING, THERE WAS ABRAMOFF - October 2, 2005

Stephen Castle - The Independent: SIXTY YEARS ON, GRANDSONS OF ALLIED LEADERS MEET TO COMMEMORATE YALTA - The Yalta Conference was one of the most catastrophic events of the 20-th century. It ratified the Soviet occupation of Eastern and Central Europe, condemning over a hundred million people to communist slavery. This is what the "liberation of Europe" meant for Eastern and Central Europe. Liberation from what? Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria, Croatia, Slovenia, Slovakia, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Finland were free, independent states and proud allies of Hitler's Germany. Adolf Hitler was the only political leader of the 20-th century who fully understood the communist threat to the Western civilization. - 2 October 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: FACE TO FACE WITH THE WORLD'S MOST WANTED MAN - 1 October, 2005

Editorial - New York Times: FAKING THE KATRINA INQUIRY - September 27, 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: FIND THE BROWNIE - September 27, 2005

Bob Herbert - New York Times: A WALKING NIGHTMARE - September 27, 2005

Michael Janofsky - New York Times: ANTIWAR RALLIES STAGED IN WASHINGTON AND OTHER CITIES - September 25, 2005

Ryan G. Murphy, Emma Vaughn and David Pierson - Los Angeles Times: WAR PROTEST GENERATES STRONG TURNOUT - September 25, 2005

Eric Schmitt - New York Times: 3 IN 82ND AIRBORNE SAY BEATING IRAQI PRISONERS WAS ROUTINE - September 25, 2005

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: THE HEBRON CONFESSIONS - 25 September 2005

Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: U.S. FORCED TO IMPORT BULLETS FROM ISRAEL AS TROOPS USE 250,000 FOR EVERY REBEL KILLED - 250,000 bullets to kill one Iraqi freedom fighter! The U.S. soldiers are not only illiterate, but they are the most INCOMPETENT segment of a society which promotes incompetence as a capital value. As we used to say in the Wells Fargo Bank management meetings when discussing promotions: " In order to get promoted to executive positions, it is not sufficient to say you are incompetent and know nothing about the business or technology. You have to prove your incompetence beyond a shadow of a doubt! - 25 September 2005

Peter Beaumont and Gaby Hinsliff - The Guardian: BRITAIN TO PULL TROOPS FROM IRAQ - 25 September 2005

Kim Murphy - Los Angeles Times: RUSSIA MOVES AGAINST KHODORKOVSKY'S LEGAL TEAM - In case you had doubts about the progress of democracy in the new improved Soviet Union, under Bush's soulmate, KGB colonel Vladimir Putin. - September 25, 2005

Editorial - The Independent: ONE BY ONE, THE CERTAINTIES ABOUT IRAQ ARE REVEALED AS ILLUSIONS - 24 September 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: WHEN NATURE AND MAN CONSPIRE TO EXPOSE THE LIES OF THE POWERFUL, THE TRUTH WILL COME OUT - 24 September 2005

Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: SOLDIER'S CHILLING TESTIMONY FUELS DEMONSTRATION AGAINST IRAQ WAR - 24 September 2005

Hart Viges - The Independent: 'YOU CAN'T WASH YOUR HANDS WHEN THEY'RE COVERED IN BLOOD' - 24 September 2005

Shmuel Rosner - Haaretz: IDEOLOGY, NOT NUANCES - Read carefully and you will realize that George Bush is mentaly retarded ('a little slow', as his mother used to say) and he cannot understand the U.S. and the Israeli governments' recommendations to demolish the Gaza Strip synagogues during the Israeli pullout. He is also a compulsive liar, always ready to accuse the Palestinians of "anti-semitism", as if Arabs were not Semitic...Quo usque tandem abuteris George patientiae nostrae? - Elul 20, 5765

Robert Verkaik - The Independent: TWO YEARS ON, PROTESTERS BACK ON THE STREETS OF THE CAPITAL - 24 September 2005

Joel Brinkley - New York Times: SAUDI WARNS U.S. IRAQ MAY FACE DISINTEGRATION - September 24, 2005

Staff and agencies - The Guardian: BUSH: TROOPS WILL NOT WITHDRAW ON MY WATCH - 23 September 2005

Shmuel Rosner - Haaretz: EVERLASTING LOVE - Elul 19, 5765

Laurie Goldstein - New York Times: NEW VATICAN RULE SAID TO BAR GAYS AS NEW PRIESTS - September 22, 2005

Robert F. Worth - New York Times: ANGER GROWS IN BASRA AFTER BRITISH RAID - September 22, 2005

Andrew Osborn - The Independent: KUCHMA AND AIDES 'ORDERED KILLING OF JOURNALIST' - 22 September 2005

Editorial - The Independent: IRAQ: IS THERE A WAY OUT OF THIS MESS? - 21 September 2005

Brian Wingfield - New York Times: VATICAN RELEASE OFFICIAL RECORD OF POPE JOHN PAUL II'S FINAL DAYS - September 19, 2005

Amiram Cohen - Haaretz: NEW RULES BAR FARMERS FROM DENYING WATER TO VEAL CALVES - Elul 15, 5765

Patrick Cockburn and Severin Carrell - The Independent: WAR WITHOUT END - 18 September 2005

Neil A. Lewis - New York Times: WIDESPREAD HUNGER STRIKE AT GUANTÁNAMO - September 18, 2005

Frank Rich - New York Times: MESSAGE: I CARE ABOUT BLACK FOLKS - September 18, 2005

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: A WIMP ON GENOCIDE - September 18, 2005

Bill Clinton - Financial Times: THIS CONFERENCE WILL NOT BE LIKE SO MANY BEFORE IT - 17 September 2005

Ian Herbert - The Independent: ASYLUM SEEKER KILLS HIMSELF SO CHILD CAN STAY IN BRITAIN - 17 September 2005

Jennifer Steinhauer and Eric Lipton - New York Times: FEMA, SLOW TO THE RESCUE, NOW STUMBLES IN AID EFFORT - September 17, 2005

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: DISNEY ON PARADE - September 17, 2005

Larry Elliott and Jonathan Watts - The Guardian: CHINA WILL SOON BE WORLD'S BIGGEST EXPORTER - 17 September 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: WHY IS IT THAT WE AND AMERICA WISH CIVIL WAR ON IRAQ? - 15 September 2005

David Usborne - The Independent: ANNAN LAUNCHES TIRADE AT WORLD'S LEADERS FOR ABANDONING DISARMAMENT AND DEVELOPMENT - 15 September 2005

Clare Short - The Independent: DEPRESSION AND MISTRUST PREVAIL AT THE U.N. - 15 September 2005

Bob Herbert - New York Times: SICK AND ABANDONED - September 15, 2005

Margaret Carlson - Los Angeles Times: CASHING IN ON THE BLAME - September 15, 2005

Andrés Martinez - Los Angeles Times: THE RIGHT TIME TO GO IT ALONE - September 15, 2005

Todd S. Purdum and Marjorie Connelly - New York Times: SUPPORT FOR BUSH CONTINUES TO DROP, POLL SHOWS - September 15, 2005

Eric Lichtblau - New York Times: F.A.A. ALERTED ON QAEDA in 1998, 9/11 PANEL SAYS - September 14, 2005

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: FATAL INCURIOSITY - September 14, 2005

Thomas L. Friedman - New York Times: SINGAPORE AND KATRINA - September 14, 2005

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: MEET THE FAKERS - September 13, 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: ALL THE PRESIDENT FRIENDS - September 13, 2005

Bob Herbert - New York Times: A RUSH OF STORIES - September 13, 2005

David Zucchino and Solomon Moore - Los Angeles Times: RESIDENTS RETURN TO STREETS OF MEANS - September 13, 2005

Geoffrey Lean - The Independent: COVER UP: TOXIC WATERS 'WILL MAKE NEW ORLEANS UNSAFE FOR A DECADE' - 12 September 2005

Juliette Jowit and Ned Temko - The Guardian: PRESCOTT LINKS GLOBAL WARMING TO KATRINA - 12 September 2005

Andrew Gumbel - The Independent: THE WATER IS GOING DOWN SLOWLY. THE PRESIDENT'S POPULARITY IS SINKING LIKE A STONE - 12 September 2005

Cornel West - The Guardian: EXILES FROM A CITY AND FROM A NATION - 12 September 2005

Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: 'RACIST' POLICE BLOCKED BRIDGE AND FORCED EVACUEES BACK AT GUNPOINT - 12 September 2005

Jamie Doward - The Guardian: WE WILL NEVER RETURN, SAY SURVIVORS OF DROWNED CITY - 12 September 2005

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: A FATAL DETACHMENT FROM REALITY...HOW BUSH'S FAILURES IN IRAQ AND NEW ORLEANS ARE LINKED - 11 September 2005

John Tierney - New York Times: THE CASE FOR A COVER-UP - September 11, 2005

Byron Calame - New York Times: COVERING NEW ORLEANS: THE DECADE BEFORE THE STORM - September 11, 2005

Nora Gallagher - Los Angeles Times: WAKING FROM A SOUND SLEEP - September 11, 2005

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: NEIGH TO CRONIES - September 11, 2005

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: THE STORM NEXT TIME - September 11, 2005

David Brooks - New York Times: BEST -LAID PLAN: TOO BAD IT FLOPPED - September 11, 2005

Andrew Gumbel - The Independent: RESIDENTS ALREADY PLANNING TO RETURN AS FORCED EVACUATION GOES ON - 10 September 2005

Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: POLICE GO DOOR-TO-DOOR TO CLEAR OUT LAST RESIDENTS - 9 September 2005

Bob Herbert - New York Times: NO STRANGERS TO THE BLUES - September 9, 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: POINT THOSE FINGERS - September 9, 2005

Editorial - New York Times: ADVANCE MEN IN CHARGE - September 9, 2005

Duncan Campbell and Julian Borger - The Guardian: FLOOD WATER 10 TIMES OVER TOXIC LIMIT - 8 September 2005

Thomas L. Friedman - New York Times: OSAMA AND KATRINA - September 8, 2005

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: HAUNTED BY HESITATION - September 8, 2005

Editorial - New York Times: IT'S NOT A 'BLAME GAME' - September 8, 2005

Larry Elliott - The Guardian: RAISE TAXES TO AID POOR, U.N. TELLS BROWN - 8 September 2005

Larry Elliott - The Guardian: U.N. SPELLS OUT THE STARK CHOICE: DO MORE FOR WORLD'S POOR OR FACE DISASTER - 8 September 2005

Paul Vallely - The Independent: U.N. HITS BACK AT U.S. IN REPORT SAYING PARTS OF AMERICA ARE AS POOR AS THIRD WORLD - 8 September 2005

Andrew Gumbel and Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: NEW ORLEANS: THE TOXIC TIMEBOMB - 7 September 2005

Arnon Regular - Haaretz: THE ISRAELI ARMY KILLED UNARMED TEENS, NOT MILITANTS, HAARETZ PROBE FINDS - Elul 3, 5765

Gary Young and Duncan Campbell - The Guardian: STILL ALIVE AMID THE CHAOS: RESCUERS ARRIVE AT LAST TO DISCOVER THE FORGOTTEN SURVIVORS - 7 September 2005

James Daley - The Independent: KATRINA LOSSES COULD HIT $50 BILLION - 7 September 2005

Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: FAMILIES TRY TO SALVAGE BELONGINGS FROM THEIR DEVASTATED HOMES - 7 September 2005

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: THE LARGER SHAME - September 7, 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: KILLED BY CONTEMPT - September 5, 2005

Bob Herbert - New York Times: A FAILURE OF LEADERSHIP - September 5, 2005

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: AMERICA HUMBLED - September 5, 2005

Kim Murphy - Los Angeles Times: BEATING OF A RUSSIAN LAWMAKER PUTS SPOTLIGHT ON POLICE BRUTALITY - September 5, 2005

Geoffrey Lean - The Independent: WARNINGS WENT IGNORED AS BUSH SLASHED FLOOD DEFENCE BUDGET TO PAY FOR WARS - 4 September 2005

Frank Rich - New York Times: FALLUJA FLOODS THE SUPERDOME - September 4, 2005

Geoffrey Lean and Andrew Gumbel - The Independent: NEW ORLEANS A 'GHOST TOWN' FOR 9 MONTHS - 4 September 2005

David Brooks - New York Times: THE BURSTING POINT - September 4, 2005

Richard Luscombe - The Guardian: BLACK FURY AT BUSH OVER RESCUE DELAY - 4 September 2005

Héctor Tobar - Los Angeles Times: KATRINA ELICITS SYMPATHY, JEERS WORLDWIDE - September 4, 2005

David Usborne - The Independent: THE DISPOSSESSED OF NEW ORLEANS TELL OF THEIR MEDIEVAL NIGHTMARE - 4 September 2005

Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: NEW ORLEANS: HIGHWATER HELL - 4 September 2005

Steven R. Weisman - New York Times: HOPING TO BUTTRESS SHARON, U.S. URGES ALLIES' RESTRAINT - September 4, 2005

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: UNITED STATES OF SHAME - September 3, 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: CAN'T-DO GOVERNMENT - September 3, 2005

Editorial - New York Times: THE MAN-MADE DISASTER - September 3, 2005

Editorial - New York Times: KATRINA'S ASSAULT ON WASHINGTON - September 3, 2005

Todd S. Purdum - New York Times: ACROSS U.S., OUTRAGE AT RESPONSE - September 3, 2005

Carl Hulse - New York Times: LAWMAKERS OF BOTH PARIES CRITICIZE U.S. RESPONSE - September 3, 2005

Kamil Tchorek - The Independent: WORLD LEADERS PRAISE SOLIDARITY AND ITS PEACEFUL ROAD TO DEMOCRACY - President Saakashvili: "SOLIDARITY WAS THE BEST THING WHICH HAPPENED IN THE 20-TH CENTURY" - Fifteen presidents and heads of government were present for the 25-th celebration of the birth of SOLIDARNOSC, which eventually brought down the Soviet empire, but the U.S. government was represented by a low level ambassador, since the U.S. is no longer part of the free world, but the biggest oppressor and the biggest problem that the free world faces today. Russia, communist China and Israel, the other oppressors that will be consigned to the dustbins of history, were not represented at all.. - 1 September 2005

Ian Traynor - The Guardian: SOLIDARITY ANNIVERSARY TURNS FOCUS ON BELARUS - 1 September 2005

Kim Sengupta - The Independent: ARAB LEAGUE WARNS IRAQI CHARTER 'WILL BRING CHAOS' - 30 August 2005

Robert F. Worth - New York Times: SUNNI OPPOSITION TO IRAQI DRAFT CONSTITUTION INTENSIFIES - August 30, 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: GREENSPAN AND THE BUBBLE - August 30, 2005

Bob Herbert - New York Times: LEFT BEHIND, WAY BEHIND - August 30, 2005

Jenny Jarvie - Los Angeles Times: STRATEGIZING A "CHRISTIAN" COUP D'ETAT - Everybody lines up to criticize the Islamic fundamentalism, but nobody dares to criticize this Jewish garbage that masquerades as "Christian Evangelical", "born again" vermin... - August 30, 2005

Raymond Whitaker and Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: CIVIL WAR LOOMS IN IRAQ AS CONSTITUTION TALKS END IN DISARRAY - 28 August 2005

Editorial - The Independent: BUSH MUST STOP PRETENDING THAT EVERYTHING IS GOING TO PLAN - 27 August 2005

Rory Carroll, Peter Beaumont and Paul Harris - The Guardian: IRAQ TAKES YET ANOTHER STEP CLOSER TO CIVIL WAR - 28 August 2005

Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: IRAQI ACTIVIST TAKEN UP BY BUSH RECANTS HER VIEWS - 28 August 2005

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: BIKE-DEEP IN THE BIG MUDDY - August 28, 2005

Frank Rich - New York Times: THE VIETNAMIZATION OF BUSH'S VACATION - August 28, 2005

Tyler Marshall and Alissa J. Rubin - Los Angeles Times: IRAQ CHARTER STRIFE HURTS U.S. STRATEGY - August 28, 2005

Jamie Doward - The Guardian: VATICAN PLAN TO BLOCK GAY PRIESTS - 28 August 2005

Editorial - Haaretz: A POORLY TIMED PROVOCATION - Av 22,5765

Robert Fisk - The Independent: HOW EASILY WE HAVE COME TO TAKE THE BOMBS AND THE DEATHS IN IRAQ FOR GRANTED - 27 August 2005

Dexter Filkins and James Glanz - New York Times: SHIITES AND KURDS HALT CHARTER TALKS WITH SUNNIS - August 27, 2005

Robert F. Worth - New York Times: SUNNI ARABS RALLY TO PROTEST PROPOSED IRAQI CONSTITUTION - August 27, 2005

Kim Sengupta - The Independent: SUNNI LEADERS MULL CONCESSIONS BY SHIA AS CONSTITUTION TALKS GO TO THE WIRE - 27 August 2005

David Usborne - The Independent: THE U.S. VERSUS THE U.N. - 26 August 2005

Anne Penketh - The Independent: WITH BUSH'S MAN INSTALLED, IS THIS THE END OF DIPLOMACY? - 26 August 2005

Rory Carroll - The Guardian: HOPES FADE FOR DEAL ON IRAQI CONSTITUTION - 26 August 2005

Edmund Sanders - Los Angeles Times: ISLAMIC SLANT IN CHARTER DECRIED - August 26, 2005

Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: WASHINGTON TO BE SUED OVER GLOBAL WARMING - 26 August 2005

Tom Hamburger and Sonni Efron - Los Angeles Times: A C.I.A. COVER BLOWN, A WHITE HOUSE EXPOSED - August 26, 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: SUMMER OF OUR DISCONTENT - August 26, 2005

Lily Galili - Haaretz: IRINEOS I DEMANDS IMUNITY IN GREECE IN RETURN FOR RESIGNATION - Av 21, 5765

Rory Carroll - The Guardian: IRAQI TALKS HEAD FOR DEADLOCK - 25 August 2005

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: THE AMERICAN OBSESSION WITH A QUICK CONSTITUTION IS A RECIPE FOR DISASTER IN IRAQ - 25 August 2005

Editorial - The Guardian: BEACON OF HOPE FADES - 25 August 2005

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: MY PRIVATE IDAHO - August 25, 2005

Laura King - Los Angeles Times: ISRAEL TO SEIZE PALESTINIAN LAND FOR WEST BANK SETTLEMENT BARRIER - August 25, 2005

Kim Sengupta - The Independent: BIRTH OF A NEW IRAQ, OR BLUEPRINT FOR CIVIL WAR? - 23 August 2005

Editorial - New York Times: IRAQ'S UNSETTLING CONSTITUTION - August 23, 2005

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: ANOTHER SIX MONTHS, ANOTHER BREAKTHROUGH? TREAT IT SCEPTICALLY - 23 August 2005

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: THE WAR OF WORDS - August 23, 2005

Pope Benedict XVI - The Independent: 'SEARCHING FOR SOMEONE WHO CAN OFFER A CERTAINTY TO LIVE FOR' - 19 August 2005

Tony Paterson - The Independent: POPE BENEDETTO ARRIVES AS GERMANY ROLLS OUT RED CARPET FOR ONE OF HIS OWN - 19 August 2005

Ian Fisher - New York Times: POPE ARRIVES IN GERMANY FOR 4-DAY YOUTH FESTIVAL - August 19, 2005

Luke Harding - The Guardian: THE POPE RETURNS TO GERMANY - 19 August 2005

Andrew Osborn - The Independent: RUSSIA AND CHINA JOIN FORCES TO CHALLENGE U.S. DOMINANCE - 19 August 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: WHAT THEY DID LAST FALL - August 19, 2005

Juan Forero - New York Times: BUSH'S AID CUTS ON COURT ISSUE ROIL LATIN AMERICAN NEIGHBORS - August 19, 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: SECRETS OF THE MORGUE: BAGHDAD'S BODY COUNT - 17 August 2005

Robert Verkaik - The Independent: FAMILIES OF BRITISH SOLDIERS BEGIN COURT BID TO FORCE WAR INQUIRY - 17 August 2005

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: BIKING TOWARDS NOWHERE - August 17, 2005

Mark Magnier and Kim Murphy - Los Angeles Times: AN EXERCISE FIT TO SEND U.S. A MESSAGE - August 17, 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: IRAQIS EXTEND DEADLINE FOR NEW CONSTITUTION - 16 August 2005

Editorial - The Independent: DEMOCRACY, FEAR AND DISTRUST IN A DIVIDED LAND - 16 August 2005

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: THE GRIEVING MOTHER WHO TOOK ON GEORGE BUSH - 16 August 2005

Bob Herbert - New York Times: LIVES BLOWN APART - August 16, 2005

Eric Lichtblau - New York Times: TENSION BUILDS BETWEEN F.B.I. AND CONGRESS - August 16, 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: SOCIAL SECURITY LESSONS - August 16, 2005

Houzan Mahmoud - The Independent: IRAQ MUST REJECT A CONSTITUTION THAT ENSLAVES WOMEN - 15 August 2005

Rory Carroll - The Guardian: WOMEN BATTLE FOR RIGHTS IN NEW IRAQ - 15 August 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: A CONSTITUTION THAT MEANS NOTHING TO ORDINARY IRAQIS - 15 August 2005

Ashraf Khalil - Los Angeles Times: DEAL IS ELUSIVE IN IRAQI TALKS - August 15, 2005

Frank Rich - New York Times: SOMEONE TELL THE PRESIDENT THE WAR IS OVER - August 15, 2005

Michael Moss - New York Times: U.S. STRUGGLING TO GET SOLDIERS UPDATED ARMOR - August 15, 2005

Anne Penketh - The Independent: U.N. NUCLEAR WATCHDOG REBUTS CLAIMS THAT IRAN IS TRYING TO MAKE A-BOMB - 14 August 2005

News Agencies - Haaretz: BUSH: U.S., ISRAEL UNITED IN MAKING SURE IRAN DOESN'T GET NUCLEAR WEAPONS - Av 9, 5765

Ashraf Khalil - Los Angeles Times: PUSH FOR A SHIITE STATE SNAGS IRAQ NEGOTIATIONS - August 14, 2005

Bassem Mroue - The Independent: DIPLOMATS PRESSURE SUNNIS TO ACCEPT A FEDERAL IRAQ - 14 August 2005

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: REFORMER WITHOUT RESULTS - August 14, 2005

Lily Galili - Haaretz: TIME TO HEAL - Av 9, 5765

Martin Kettle - The Guardian: ABRASIVE, ELOQUENT, WITTY: HUNDREDS PAY TRIBUTE TO A POLITICAL REBEL WITH A CAUSE - 14 August 2005

Steven Lee Myers - New York Times: PERVASIVE CORRUPTION IN RUSSIA IS 'JUST CALLED BUSINESS' - August 14, 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: HOW CAN THE U.S. EVER WIN, WHEN IRAQI CHILDREN DIE LIKE THIS? - 13 August 2005

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: EVEN GEORGE BUSH IS FINDING THAT HE CANNOT KEEP REALITY AT BAY FOREVER - 13 August 2005

Editorial - New York Times: AN IRAQI CONSTITUTION - August 13, 2005

Greg Myre - New York Times: U.S. DONORS TO PAY DEPARTING JEWS FOR GAZA GREENHOUSES - August 13, 2005

Ian Sample - The Guardian: WHEN MEAT IS NOT MURDER - 13 August 2005

Adam Kellett Long - The Guardian: DEMONSTRATORS DEFY ARMED POLICEMEN - 13 August 1961

Bob Herbert - New York Times: NO END IN SIGHT IN IRAQ - August 11, 2005

Alissa J. Rubin - Los Angeles Times: POLITICAL UNREST MOUNTS IN IRAQ - August 11, 2005

Margaret Carlson - Los Angeles Times: A GRIEVING MOTHER WAITS FOR AN ANSWER - August 11, 2005

David G. Savage and Maura Reynolds - Los Angeles Times: BUSH ORDER LETS HIM CONTROL ROBERTS' MEMOS - August 11, 2005

David Brooks - New York Times: All CULTURES ARE NOT EQUAL - August 11, 2005

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: WHY NO TEA AND SYMPATHY? - August 10, 2005

Henry Chu - Los Angeles Times: ISRAELI ANTHEM DOESN'T SPEAK TO ALL CITIZENS - August 10, 2005

Borzou Daragahi - Los Angeles Times: SERVANTS AND WEAPONS OF WAR - August 10, 2005

Anne Penketh - The Independent: IRAN AGREES TO TALK ABOUT NUCLEAR PLANS - 10 August 2005

David McNeill - The Independent: HIROSHIMA TELLS THE 'NUCLEAR CLUB' TO STOP JEOPARDISING THE WORLD - 7 August 2005

Francis Elliott and Severin Carrell - The Independent: ROBIN COOK DIES AT 59 - 7 August 2005

Alissa J. Rubin and Asmaa Waguih - Los Angeles Times: FIGHTING TO PRESERVE WOMEN'S RIGHTS IN IRAQ - August 7, 2005

Julia Preston - New York Times: CONVICTED OF AIDING TERRORIST, TRANSLATOR PREPARES FOR PRISON CELL, STILL IN DISBELIEF - August 7, 2005

Matthew L. Wald - New York Times: ATOMIC WASTE MISHANDLED, RECORDS SHOW - August 7, 2005

Geoffrey Wheatcroft - The Guardian: THE BIRTH OF 'MERE TERROR' - 6 August 2005

Gavin Rees - The Guardian: THE BURNING AND THE HAUNTING: HOW FOR SOME THE NIGHTMARE OF HIROSHIMA WILL NEVER END - 6 August 2005

Keiko Lane - The Guardian: A BRIGHT GREEN FLASH - 6 August 2005

Justin McCurry - The Guardian: A BELL WILL RING, THEN 1,000 DOVES WILL BE SET FREE - 6 August 2005

Staff - The Guardian: 'THEY WILL BE WITH US FOREVER' - 6 August 2005

Staff - The Guardian: FOCUS HIROSHIMA: 60 YEARS ON - 6 August 2005

Laurie Goldstein - New York Times: THREAT TO DIVEST IS CHURCH TOOL IN ISRAELI FIGHT - August 6, 2005

Victoria Ward - The Independent: U.S. PREPARES TO RETURN MORE GUANTÁNAMO DETAINEES - 6 August 2005

Kim Sengupta - The Independent: IRAQ BOMBING KILLS 14 U.S. MARINES AND INTERPRETER - 4 August 2005

David S. Cloud - New York Times: INSURGENTS USING BIGGER, MORE LETHAL BOMBS, U.S. OFFICERS SAY - August 4, 2005

Bob Herbert - New York Times: FORGET THE WAR? MANY CAN'T - August 4, 2005

David Brooks - New York Times: TRADING CRICKET FOR JIHAD - August 4, 2005

Angus McDowall and Anne Penketh - The Independent: IRAN'S NEW PRESIDENT SWORN IN AS NUCLEAR CRISIS DEEPENS - 4 August 2005

Henry Chu - Los Angeles Times: ZIONISM IS IN THE EYE OF THE BEHOLDER - August 4, 2005

Andres Martinez - Los Angeles Times: RE-BRANDING BEIJING - August 4, 2005

Andrew Gumbel - Los Angeles Times: A FIREWALL FOR DEMOCRACY - August 4, 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: THE TERRIBLE LEGACY OF THE MAN WHO FAILED THE WORLD - August 2, 2005

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: WHAT THE DEATH OF FAHD MEANS FOR THE MIDDLE EAST AND WIDER WORLD - 2 August 2005

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: BUSH BYPASSES SENATE AND GIVES U.N. POST TO BOLTON - 2 August 2005

Editorial - New York Times: AMBASSADOR BOLTON - August 2, 2005

Elisabeth Bumiller and Sheryl Gay Stolberg - New York Times: BUSH SENDS BOLTON TO U.N.; BYPASSES SENATE - August 2, 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: TRIUMPH OF THE MACHINE - August 1, 2005

Bob Herbert - New York Times: WHO WE ARE - August 1, 2005

James Risen - New York Times: SPY'S NOTES ON IRAQI AIMS WERE SHELVED, SUIT SAYS - August 1, 2005

Andrew Osborn - The Independent: UZBEKISTAN TOLD U.S. TO CLOSE DOWN AIRBASE 'AFTER GAS DEAL WITH RUSSIA' AND GET OUT - 1 August 2005

Steven R. Weisman and Thom Shanker - New York Times: UZBEKS ORDER U.S. FROM BASE IN REFUGEE RIFT - July 31, 2005

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: ANOTHER FACE OF TERROR - July 31, 2005

John Phillips and Donald Macintyre - The Independent: VATICAN AND ISRAEL IN RIFT OVER SUICIDE BOMBERS - 30 July 2005

Andrew Osborn - The Independent: RUSSIAN FURY OVER U.S. TELEVISION INTERVIEW WITH CHECHEN WARLORD - 30 July 2005

Arthur Asiinwe - The Independent: 36,000 GENOCIDE SUSPECTS FREED FROM RWANDAN JAILS - 30 July 2005

Jennifer Loven - Los Angeles Times: SOURCES: BUSH TO APPOINT BOLTON ON RECESS - July 30, 2005

David Teather - The Guardian: BUSH'S LATIN TEST - 30 July 2005

Juliette Kayyem - Los Angeles Times: A WAR BY ANY OTHER NAME - July 29, 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: FRENCH FAMILY VALUES - July 29, 2005

Jacob Heilbrunn - Los Angeles Times: BUSH IS FACING REALITY ON INDIA - July 29, 2005

Associated Press - New York Times: IRAQ WANTS QUICK WITHDRAWAL OF U.S. TROOPS - July 28, 2005

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: THE 'WAR ON TERROR' SLIPS OUT OF BUSH VOCABULARY - 28 July 2005

Douglas Hurd - The Independent: YOU CANNOT DIVORCE IRAQ FROM THE TERROR EQUATION - 28 July 2005

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: U.S. ANNOUNCES PLAN TO CUT IRAQI TROOP DEPLOYMENT AFTER ELECTION - 28 July 2005

Paul Brown and Jamie Wilson - The Guardian: U.S. PLAN TO BYPASS KYOTO PROTOCOL - 28 July 2005

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: OPERATION COVERUP - July 28, 2005

Scott Gold and Rone Tempest - Los Angeles Times: CALIFORNIA GUARDS FACE ACCUSATIONS OF WRONGDOING IN IRAQ - July 27, 2005

Cynthia H. Cho - Los Angeles Times: ABU GHRAIB DOG HANDLERS' PRELIMINARY HEARING IS UNDER WAY - July 27, 2005

Andrew Grice - The Independent: IRAQ WAR INCREASED THE THREAT OF ATTACKS, SAYS MAJOR - 26 July 2005

Mark Honigsbaum and Vikram Dodd - The Guardian: BRAZILIAN WAS SHOT EIGHT TIMES, INQUEST TOLD - 26 July 2005

Jamie Wilson - The Guardian: HANOI JANE TAKES ON IRAQ WAR WITH U.S. BUS TOUR - 26 July 2005

Albert Salvato and Timothy Williams - New York Times: GUARDSMAN PLEADS GUILTY IN KILLING OF IRAQI OFFICER - July 26, 2005

Mikhail Gorbachev - Financial Times: THE CRACKS IN EUROPE'S EXPANDING EMPIRE - 26 July 2005

Bob Herbert - New York Times: WHAT BUSH DOESN'T KNOW - July 25, 2005

Richard C. Paddock - Los Angeles Times: SHOTS TO THE HEART OF IRAQ - July 25, 2005

Editorial - The Guardian: DEATH OF AN INNOCENT MAN - 25 July 2005

Cahal Milmo and Tom Phillips - The Independent: JEAN CHARLES DE MENEZES: IN THE WRONG PLACE. AT THE WRONG TIME - 25 July 2005

Staff - The Independent: FRIDAY SHOOTING: THE KEY QUESTIONS - 25 July 2005

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: IRAQ: THIS IS NOW AN UNWINNABLE CONFLICT - 24 July 2005

Dexter Filkins and David S. Cloud - New York Times: DEFYING U.S. EFFORTS, GUERRILLAS IN IRAQ REFOCUS AND STRENGTHEN - July 24, 2005

John Hendren - Los Angeles Times: REBELS BANKING ON U.S. PULLOUT, OFFICIAL SAYS - July 24, 2005

Severin Carrell - The Independent: ARMY ABUSE CASES DROPPED DUE TO 'LACK OF WINESSES' - 24 July 2005

Tony Thompson, Gaby Hinsliff and Alexandre Xavier - The Guardian: MAN SHOT IN TERROR HUNT WAS INNOCENT YOUNG BRAZILIAN - 24 July 2005

David Rose - The Guardian: FLASHY TACTICS WON'T DEFEAT THE TERRORISTS - 24 July 2005

Geoffrey Lean - The Independent: 800,000 INFANTS FACE STARVATION IN NIGER - 24 July 2005

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: WHERE THE RIGHT IS RIGHT - July 24, 2005

David Smith - The Guardian: CHILDREN OF HIROSHIMA - 24 July 2005

David Smith - The Guardian: 'I DON'T BLAME THEM BUT I HOPE THEY MOURN THE DEAD' - 24 July 2005

David Smith - The Guardian: 'I SAW BOTH OF THE BOMBS AND LIVED' - 24 July 2005

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: PRISONERS AT GUANTÁNAMO BAY GO ON HUNGER STRIKE IN PROTEST AT CONDITIONS - 23 July 2005

Julian Borger - The Guardian: BUSH AIDE MISLED F.B.I., SAY REPORTS - 23 July 2005

Douglas Franz, Sonni Efron and Richard B. Schmitt - Los Angeles Times: C.I.A. PROBE MOVES FROM LEAK SOURCE TO PERJURY, OBSTRUCTION - July 23, 2005

Kirk Semple - New York Times: THORNY ISSUES REMAIN ON DRAFT OF NEW CONSTITUTION FOR IRAQ - July 23, 2005

Robert Reid - The Independent: SUNNI CLERIC CRITICISES KURDISH PLAN FOR IRAQ - 23 July 2005

Kim Sengupta - The Independent: 'WHY DID THEY FORCE MY SON INTO THE WATER?' - 23 July 2005

Haggai Hitron - Haaretz: IT'S OFFICIAL: SON OF CHABAD MOVEMENT'S FOUNDER CONVERTED TO CATHOLICISM - Tamuz 16, 5765

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: ROVEGATE: THE SCANDAL THAT LAYS BARE THE CYNICISM BEHIND BUSH'S WAR IN IRAQ - 22 July 2005

Irshad Manji - Los Angeles Times: IS ISLAM TO BLAME? - July 22, 2005

Tom Engelhardt - Los Angeles Times: THE SPIES THAT CAME INTO THE GOLD - July 22, 2005

Associated Press - Los Angeles Times: HOUSE VOTES TO EXTEND PATRIOT ACT - July 22, 2005

Jonathan Chait - Los Angeles Times: THE (OVER)EXERCISE OF POWER - July 22, 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: CHINA UNPEGS ITSELF - July 22, 2005

John Lichfield - The Independent: CHIRAC GETS BOOST AS FOSTER DAUGHTER TELLS OF 'PAPY JACQUES - 22 July 2005

Andrew Osborn - The Independent: MASSIVE SCALE OF CORRUPTION IN RUSSIA REVEALED - 22 July 2005

Kim Sengupta - The Independent: NEW IRAQI CONSTITUTION MUST FOLLOW ISLAM ON WOMEN'S RIGHTS, SAY SHIA - 21 July 2005

Eric Schmitt - New York Times: ABILITY OF IRAQIS TO FIGHT REBELS IS WEAK, U.S. SAYS - July 20, 2005

Adrian Hamilton - The Independent: IT'S TOO CONVENIENT TO BLAME IT ALL ON RELIGION - 21 July 2005

Anne Penketh - The Independent: KARZAI UNDER SIEGE FROM TALIBAN IN RUN-UP TO POLLS - 21 July 2005

Thomas L. Friedman - New York Times: JOINED AT THE HIP - July 21, 2005

Max Boot - Los Angeles Times: CHINA'S STEALTH WAR ON THE U.S. - July 21, 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: THE MUSEUM OF PALESTINE: KEYS TO THE PAST - 20 July 2005

Editorial - The Guardian: THE IRAQ CONNECTION - 20 July 2005

Richard Norton-Taylor, Vikram Dodd and Hugh Muir - The Guardian: MINISTERS WARNED OF IRAQ LINK TO U.K. TERROR - 20 July 2005

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: THE TRUE, TERRIBLE STATE OF IRAQ AND THE LONDON LINK - July 20, 2005

Editorial - The Independent: THE TRUE MEASURE OF THE U.S. AND BRITISH FAILURE - July 20, 2005

Terry Kirby and Elizabeth Davies - The Independent: IRAQ CONFLICT CLAIMS 34 CIVILIAN LIVES EACH DAY AS 'ANARCHY' BECKONS - 20 July 2005

Edward Wong - New York Times: IRAQI CONSTITUTION DRAFT INCLUDES CURBS TO WOMEN'S RIGHTS - July 20, 2005

Ben Russell - The Independent: FIRST BRITISH SOLDIERS FACE CHARGES OF WAR CRIMES - 20 July 2005

Demetri Sevastopulo - Financial Times: PENTAGON WARNS OF MILITARY THREAT FROM CHINA - 20 July 2005

Thom Shanker and David E. Sanger - New York Times: CHINA IS FOCUSING ON A MODERN MILITARY, REPORT SAYS - July 20, 2005

Rajan Menon - Los Angeles Times: A PEACE BUILT BY NUKES AND CASH - July 20, 2005

Arnon Regular and Lili Galili - The Independent: JERUSALEM COURT STAYS OUT OF THE MOVE TO REPLACE GREEK PATRIARCH - Tamuz 13, 5765

John Hersey - The Guardian: A THRIVING CITY...THEN ONLY ASHES - 20 July 2005

John Hersey - The Guardian: A THRIVING CITY...THEN ONLY ASHES: PART TWO - 20 July 2005

Simon Jeffery - The Guardian: 25,000 CIVILIANS KILLED SINCE IRAQ INVASION, SAYS REPORT - 19 July 2005

Jon Smith - The Independent: OFFICIAL REPORT 'LINKED TERROR RISK TO IRAQ' - 19 July 2005

T. Christian Miller - Los Angeles Times: U.S. CRITICIZED ON IRAQ REBUILDING - July 19, 2005

Marietta Chudakova - Financial Times: APATHY ERODES RUSSIAN DEMOCRACY - July 19, 2005

Eric Silver - The Independent: KILLING OF HAMAS COMMANDER THREATENS CEASEFIRE - 18 July 2005

Andrew Grice - The Independent: ROLE IN IRAQ WAR 'HAS MADE BRITAIN A TARGET FOR ATTACKS' - 18 July 2005

David Johnston - New York Times: REPORTER SAYS HE FIRST LEARNED OF C.I.A. OPERATIVE FROM ROVE - July 18, 2005

Justin Huggler - The Independent: KARZAI ALLY LYNCHED AS TALIBAN VIOLENCE ROCKS AFGHANISTAN - 18 July 2005

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: AMERICANS ACCUSED OF INTERFERING IN IRAQ ELECTION - 18 July 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: THE DROPOUT PUZZLE - July 18, 2005

Bob Herbert - New York Times: AN EMPTY APOLOGY - July 18, 2005

Andy McSmith - The Independent: IRAQ FACTOR RETURNS TO HAUNT BLAIR - 17 July 2005

Frank Rich - New York Times: FOLLOW THE URANIUM - July 17, 2005

Pete Yost - Associated Press: TOP CHENEY AIDE AMONG SOURCES IN C.I.A. STORY - July 17, 2005

Douglas Jehl and David E. Sanger - New York Times: PLAN CALLED FOR COVERT AID IN IRAQ VOTE - July 17, 2005

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: A SUCKER BET - July 17, 2005

Mary Dejevsky - The Independent: SIMFEROPOL STORIES: BENT COPS AND LANGUAGE WARS IN A DIVIDED TOWN - 17 July 2005

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: ISRAELI FORCES KILL HAMAS ACTIVISTS IN GAZA CLASHES - 16 July 2005

Kirk Semple - New York Times: U.S. ACCUSES 11 SOLDIERS OF ABUSE - July 16, 2005

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: GRAND JURY TOLD HOW ROVE INDIRECTLY CONFIRMED THE IDENTITY OF C.I.A. AGENT - 16 July 2005

Greg Miller - Los Angeles Times: SHADES OF COVER - July 16, 2005

Christopher Caldwell - Financial Times: SACRED COW OF RELIGIOUS RIGHTS - 16 July 2005

C. J. Chivers - New York Times: ILL-SECURED SOVIET ARMS DEPOTS TEMPTING REBELS AND TERRORISTS - July 16, 2005

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: ENDANGERED PROTECTIONS - July 16, 2005

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: GUANTÁNAMO DEGRADATION REVEALED - 15 July 2005

Editorial - The Independent: ABU GHRAIB WAS NOT THE EXCEPTION; IT WAS THE RULE - 15 July 2005

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: CORRUPTION THREATENS TO LEAVE IRAQ WITH A 'GHOST ARMY' - 15 July 2005

Richard W. Stevenson - New York Times: ROVE REPORTEDLY HELD PHONE TALK ON C.I.A. OFFICER - July 15, 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: KARL ROVE'S AMERICA - July 15, 2005

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: KEEP ON TALKING, MR. ROVE - July 15, 2005

Joseph Kahn - New York Times: CHINESE GENERAL THREATENS USE OF A-BOMBS ID U.S. INTRUDES - July 15, 2005

Mark Magnier - Los Angeles Times: DEFECTION SPOTLIGHTS CHINESE WAY OF SPYING - July 15, 2005

John Rettie - The Guardian: FROM THE 1990 ARCHIVE: GORBACHEV AND RADICALS JOIN BATTLE - 15 July 2005

Seumas Milne - The Guardian: IT IS AN INSULT TO THE DEAD TO DENY THE LINK TO IRAQ - 14 July 2005

Sarah Vowell - New York Times: THE SPEECH THE PRESIDENT SHOULD GIVE - July 14, 2005

Jason Bennetto and Ian Herbert - The Independent: THE SUICIDE PLOT HATCHED IN YORKSHIRE - 13 July 2005

Kim Sengupta - The Independent: THE POLICE'S NIGHTMARE: HOME-GROWN TERRORISTS - 13 July 2005

Reuters - Haaretz: PALESTINIAN FOREIGN MINISTER ASKS U.N. TO ACT OVER SEPARATION BARRIER - Tamuz 6, 5765

Editorial - Haaretz: SHARON IS DIVIDING JERUSALEM - Tamuz 6, 5765

Lolita Baldor and John J. Lumpkin - Associted Press: REPRIMAND OF GUANTÁNAMO CHIEF URGED, NIXED - July 13, 2005

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: WHITE HOUSE IN DENIAL AS ROVE IS NAMED AS A POSSIBLE 'LEAK' OF C.I.A. AGENT'S IDENTITY - 13 July 2005

Richard W. Stevenson - New York Times: AT WHITE HOUSE, A DAY OF SILENCE ON ROVE'S ROLE IN C.I.A. LEAK - July 13, 2005

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: BEHIND ENEMY LINES - July 13, 2005

Eric Silver - The Independent: PALESTINIAN RAGE AT PROPOSED FENCE ACROSS JERUSALEM - 12 July 2005

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: PALESTINIANS SEEK E.U. HELP TO STOP SETTLEMENT SPREAD - 12 July 2005

Jason Bennetto - The Independent: EXPLOSIVE USED IN BOMBS 'WAS OF MILITARY ORIGIN' - 12 July 2005

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: IRAQI 'MINISTER' SAYS TROOP PULL-OUT WOULD 'TAKE THE COUNTRY INTO HELL' - 12 July 2005

David Stout - New York Times: ROVE COMES UNDER NEW SCRUTINY IN C.I.A. DISCLOSURE CASE - July 12, 2005

Joel Brinkley - New York Times: RICE, IN SOUTHEAST ASIA, DRAWS FIRE FOR PLAN TO AVOID FORUM - July 12, 2005

David Rohde - New York Times: BOSNIAN MUSLIMS RECALL EXECUTIONS - July 12, 2005

Amiram Barkat - Haaretz: IN HIS SPARE TIME, ROMANIAN FOREIGN MINISTER TEACHES JUDAISM - Want to become a cabinet minister in "postcommunist" Romania? All you need is a Masters' degree in Talmudic studies... - Tamuz 5, 5765

News Agencies - Haaretz: E.U.'S SOLANA SLAMS JERUSALEM FENCE; PA: IT MAKES PULLOUT USELESS - Tamuz 4, 5765

Aluf Benn - Haaretz: ISRAEL TO ASK U.S. FOR $2.2 BILLION IN DISENGAGEMENT AID - Compare that to the $50 million given by the U.S. to the Palestinian Authority - Tamuz 4, 5765

Greg Myre - New York Times: ISRAELI BARRIER IN JERUSALEM WILL CUT OFF 55,000 ARABS - July 11, 2005

Bob Herbert - New York Times: IT JUST GETS WORSE - July 11, 2005

Borzou Daragahi and Richard C. Paddock - Los Angeles Times: 'THEY PUT US IN A CELL AND FORGOT US' - July 11, 2oo5

Paul Krugman - New York Times: UN-SPIN THE BUDGET - July 11, 2005

Victor L. Simpson - The Independent: JOHN PAUL II SET TO BE SAINT WITHIN WEEKS - 10 July 2005

Amos Harel - Haaretz: 55,000 PALESTINIANS TO BE CUT OFF BY JERUSALEM FENCE - Tamuz 3, 5765

Gideon Levy - Haaretz: A WORLD PATH NOT FOLLOWED - Tamuz 3, 5765

Aluf Benn, Yossi Melman and Roni Singer - Haaretz: ISRAELI MINISTERS REJECT BLAIR'S LINKAGE OF BOMBINGS TO MIDEAST CONFLICT - No surprises here... - Tamuz 3, 5765

Sophie Goodchild, Severin Carrell and Raymond Whitaker - The Independent: POLICE HUNT 'MERCENARY' TERROR GANG RECRUITED BY AL-QA'IDA - 10 July 2005

Andy McSmith - The Independent: LEAKED MEMO SHOWS IRAQ PULL-OUT PLANS - 'Almost two thirds of the 8,500 British troops in Iraq will have been pulled out by the end of next year...' - 10 July 2005

Frank Griffiths - The Independent: MARINES TARGET REBELS IN FALLUJAH REGION - 10 July 2005

Louise Roug and Raheem Salman - Los Angeles Times: IRANIANS IN IRAQ LEFT OUT IN THE COLD - July 10, 2005

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: HIGH AIMS, MIXED RESULTS - July 10, 2005

Frank Rich - New York Times: WE ARE NOT IN WATERGATE ANYMORE - July 10, 2005

Ian Cobain - The Guardian: SUICIDE BOMBER THEORY AFTER 'ANXIOUS PASSENGER' REPORT - 'Attacks could have been carried out by lone terrorist' - 9 July 2005

John Hooper - The Guardian: ITALY SETS DATE TO PULL TROOPS OUT OF IRAQ - 9 July 2005

John Tierney - New York Times: WHEN FEAR STAKS, TUNE OUT - July 9, 2005

David Gardner - Financial Times: THE WEST'S ROLE IN ISLAM'S WAR OF IDEAS - 9 July 2005

Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero - Financial Times: GLOBAL CONSENSUS NEEDED TO DEFEAT TERRORISM - 9 July 2005

Laurie Goldstein - New York Times: LEADING CARDINAL REDEFINES CHURCH'S VIEW ON EVOLUTION - July 9, 2005

Philip Thornton - The Independent: G8 SUMMIT AGREES $50 BILLION AID RISE BUT CRITICS ATTACK DELAY - 9 July 2005

Michael McCarthy - The Independent: MOST IMPORTANT MOVE ON THE ENVIRONMENT SINCE KYOTO - 9 July 2005

Terry Kirby and Andrew Malone - The Independent: TERROR COMES TO LONDON: MORE THAN 50 DIED IN WORST ATTACK SINCE SECOND WORLD WAR - 8 July 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: THE REALITY OF THIS BARBARIC BOMBING - July 8, 2005

Don van Natta Jr. and Elaine Sciolino - New York Times: TIMERS WERE USED IN BLASTS, POLICE SAY; PARALLELS TO MADRID ARE FOUND - July 8, 2005

Asmaa Waguih - Los Angeles Times: FALLOUJA'S ROLE IN INSURGENCY SETS BACK NATIVE SONS - July 8, 2005

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: GONZALES' FATAL FLAW - July 8, 2005

Staff - The Independent: DOZENS KILLED IN LONDON BLASTS - 7 July 2005

David Stringer - The Independent: TIMETABLE OF LONDON'S DAY OF TERROR - 7 July 2005

Editorial - New York Times: JUDITH MILLER GOES TO JAIL - July 7, 2005

Associated Press - haaretz: ISRAEL WON'T EXTRADITE POLISH JEW ACCUSED OF WWII GENOCIDE - Those stupid Polish goim believed they could prosecute an Israeli kike for murdering 1,500 prisoners of war in 1945. They had the nerve to state that "genocide" and "crimes against humanity" don't have statute of limitations. Imagine that! They actually believe the laws should apply in the same manner to goim (cattle) and kikes!
They probably don't know that Israel is where tens of thousands of NKVD, KGB, Securitate, AVO, STB, UDBA, Sigurimi officers have chosen to "retire". All communist security services had a very large percentage of Jewish officers, who were responsible for horrendous crimes against humanity and crimes of genocide, but the Talmud tells us that non-Jews are worse than cattle, so they cannot be considered part of "humanity". Who would dare to prosecute "chozen piple"? The Polish prosecutors obviously did, to no avail so far...(Comments by Michael Olteanu) - Sivan 29, 5765

Anne E. Kornblut - New York Times: BUSH COMPARES CHALLENGES IN IRAQ TO FIRST INDEPENDENCE DAY - Only bipeds devoid of any sense of morality can compare the American War of Independence to the imperialist war of agression in Iraq. Two hundred and twenty nine years ago, the American volunteers were fighting against an oppressive foreign government which was using mostly mercenary troops to subdue them. Their motivation was strong, because they were fighting for freedom and they won, thanks to the French army sent by King Louis XVI.
The Iraqi insurgents are fighting for their freedom, against an imperialist aggressor who has invaded their country without ANY JUSTIFICATION WHATSOEVER and who is using mercenary troops whose only measure of success is the number of "ragheads" killed. Tens of thousands of Iraqis have been murdered in cold blood and the psychopath in the White House has the nerve to compare this horrific carnage to the American War of Independence...O tempora, o mores! (Comments by Michael Olteanu) - July 5, 2005

Daniel Ellsberg - Los Angeles Times: I WROTE BUSH'S WAR WORDS - IN 1965 - July 5, 2005

Associated Press - Los Angeles Times: U.S. CONFIRMS SOME AFGHAN CIVILIAN DEATHS - July 5, 2005

Tom Shanker and Eric Schmitt - New York Times: PENTAGON WEIGHS STRATEGY CHANGE TO DETER TERROR - July 5, 2005

Amity Shlaes - Financial Times: NEW YORK MUST STOP BEING DEFENSIVE - July 5, 2005

Richard A. Kaye - Los Angeles Times: TRUE PATRIOTS ACT - July 5, 2005

Michael McCarthy - The Independent: BUSH, THE OBSTACLE TO A DEAL ON GLOBAL WARMING - 5 July 2005

Jagdish Bhagwati and Ibrahim Gambari - Financial Times: POLITICAL WILL, NOT JUST AID, CAN LIFT AFRICA OUT OF DESPAIR - July 5, 2005

Victor Mallet - Financial Times: MOVE CHINA TO MODERNITY - July 5, 2005

Ian Fisher - New York Times: EVEN FORMER SKEPTICS ARE WARMING UP TO THE POPE - July 4, 2005

Marie Woolf - The Independent: BUSH STRIKES BLOW TO BLAIR'S HOPES OF GLOBAL WARMING DEAL - 4 July 2005

Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: AMERICA'S HEARTLAND: TORN ON THE FOURTH OF JULY - 4 July 2005

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: THE CHINESE INVASION - July 4, 2005

Kim Murphy - Los Angeles Times: AN UNLIKELY ANTIWAR HERO FOR RUSSIANS - July 4, 2005

Arnold Schwarzenegger - The Independent: IT'S NOT A TIME FOR TALK. IT'S A TIME FOR ACTION - 3 July 2005

Agencies - The Independent: THE ISSUES: ARNIE HAS TAKEN ON BUSH. NOW IT'S YOUR TURN, TONY - 3 July 2005

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: A LIVABLE SHADE OF GREEN - July 3, 2005

Euan Ferguson - The Guardian: 'WE DON'T WANT CHARITY, WHAT WE WANT IS JUSTICE' - 3 July 2005

Peter Beaumont and Martin Bright - The Guardian: FOREIGN AID FUNDS IRAQI TORTURE UNITS - 3 July 2005

Frank Rich - New York Times: THE TWO WARS OF THE WORLDS - July 3, 2005

Adam Nagourney, Todd S. Purdum and David D. Kirkpatrick - New York Times: CONSERVATIVE GROUPS RALLY AGAINST GONZALES AS JUSTICE - July 3, 2005

Michael A. Hiltzik - Los Angeles Times: UNDOING THE NEW DEAL - July 3, 2005

Roy Greenslade - The Guardian: THE LIES BEHIND THE LIES - 2 July 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: WE SHOULD HAVE LISTENED TO BIN LADEN - 2 July 2005

John Tierney - New York Times: 'GET OUT, YOU DAMNED ONE' - July 2, 2005

Michael Slackman - New York Times: IRANIAN LEADER DENIES HE TOOK EMBASSY HOSTAGES - July 2, 2005

David Holley - Los Angeles Times: RUSSIA, CHINA TEAM UP TO ASSAIL U.S. FOREIGN POLICY - July 2, 2005

Gary Younge and agencies - The Guardian: BUSH ADMINISTRATION TO KEEP CONTROL OF INTERNET'S CENTRAL COMPUTERS - 2 July 2005

Joel John Roberts - Los Angeles Times: THE HOMELESS AND THE NUMBERS GAME - July 2, 2005

Zbigniew Brzezinski - Financial Times: BUSH'S HOLLOW FICTION OF IRAQ WAR - July 1, 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: AMERICA HELD HOSTAGE - July 1, 2005

Bob Herbert - New York Times: DANGEROUS INCOMPETENCE - July 1, 2005

Timothy Garton-Ash - Los Angeles Times: THE UNITED STATES SOBERS UP - July 1, 2005

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: AMERICA'S DO-NOTHING PATRIOTS - July 1, 2005

Agencies - The Independent: TALIBAN 'FILMED FIGHTERS SHOOTING DOWN CHINOOK' - 30 June 2005

Jack Miles - Los Angeles Times: ONLY DEATH WILL WIN - June 30, 2005

Julian Borger and Richard Norton-Taylor - The Guardian: BUSH 'EXPLOITED 9/11' IN IRAQ PLEA - 30 June 2005

Julian Borger and Richard Norton-Taylor - The Guardian: BUSH PERSISTS WITH NOTION OF 9/11 - IRAQ LINK - 30 June 2005

Simon Tisdall - The Guardian: NO SOLUTION AND NO APOLOGY AS PRESIDENT RUNS OUT OF IDEAS - 30 June 2005

Robert Scheer - Los Angeles Times: IRANIAN REVOLUTION IS THRIVING IN IRAQ - June 30, 2005

Katherine Shrader - Associated Press: BUSH OKS SHAKE_UP OF SPY AGENCIES - Bush is establishing a "national security" service within FBI, but could not decide on a name. After rejecting names like "Securitate" as too Romanian and "Sigurimi" as too Albanian, he is said to vacillate between four well known names with a solid history in "national security": Cheka, GPU, NKVD and KGB - June 30, 2005

Patrick McDonnell - Los Angeles Times: RANKS PLAGUED BY INFILTRATORS - June 30, 2005

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: THE LOBBYISTS' SCANDAL: THE SECRET WORLD OF WASHINGTON - 30 June 2005

Dominique de Villepin - Financial Times: UNITED WAY TO A NEW POLITICAL EUROPE - June 29, 2005

John F. Kerry - New York Times: THE SPEECH THE PRESIDENT SHOULD GIVE - June 29, 2005

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: BUSH URGES AMERICANS TO STAND FIRM IN FACE OF IRAQ VIOLENCE - 29 June 2005

Edward Wong - New York Times: IRAQIS EXPRESSED AMBIVALENCE ABOUT DIRECTION OF COUNTRY - June 29, 2005

Michael Ignatieff - New York Times: WHO ARE AMERICANS TO THINK THAT FREEDOM IS THEIRS TO SPREAD? - June 29, 2005

John Lichfield - The Independent: FRANCE WINS BATTLE TO BUILD FIRST NUCLEAR FUSION REACTOR - 29 June 2005

Agencies - The Guardian: JOHN PAUL II SAINTHOOD PROCESS BEGINS - 28 June 2005

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: IRAQ: A BLOODY MESS - 28 June 2005

Laura King - Los Angeles Times: EX-SOLDIER GUILTY OF KILLING ACTIVIST - June 28, 2005

Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: U.S. RESUMES PRODUCTION OF COLD WAR PLUTONIUM - 28 June 2005

John Tierney - New York Times: BUREAUCRATS AND INDIANS - June 28, 2005

Reuters - New York Times: FRANCE TO HOST WORLD'S FIRST NUCLEAR FUSION PLANT - June 28, 2005

Keith Bradsher - New York Times: CHINA ECONOMY RISING AT PACE TO RIVAL U.S. - June 28, 2005

Angus McDowall - The Independent: IRANIAN COURT ORDERS MAN TO BE BLINDED - 28 June 2005

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: A GLIDE PATH TO RUIN - June 27, 2005

Thomas Wagner - Los Angeles Times: RUMSFELD: U.S. MET WITH IRAQ INSURGENTS - June 27, 2005

Paul Harris - The Guardian: BATTERED BUSH WATCHES AS SUPPORT EBBS AWAY - 27 June 2005

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: BELEAGUERED BUSH STRUGGLES TO REVERSE TIDE OF PESSIMISM OVER IRAQ - 27 June 2005

Doyle McManus - Los Angeles Times: BUSH'S CREDIBILITY TAKES A DIRECT HIT FROM FRIENDLY FIRE - June 27, 2005

Ashraf Khalil and Patrick J. McDonnell - Los Angeles Times: U.S. PLANS EXPANSION OF CROWDED IRAQ PRISONS - June 27, 2005

John Rentoul - The Independent: WAS THE WAR WORTH IT? DON'T LISTEN TO BUSH - JUST ASK THE IRAQIS - 27 June 2005

Stephen Grey and Don van Natta - New York Times: IN ITALY, ANGER AT U.S. TACTICS COLORS SPY CASE - June 27, 2005

Tracy Wilkinson - Los Angeles Times: C.I.A. SAID TO LEAVE TRAIL IN ABDUCTION - June 27, 2005

Severin Carrell - The Independent: BRITAIN'S IRAQ WAR BILL 'WILL TOP 5 BILLION POUNDS' - 27 June 2005

Gareth Smyth - Financial Times: IRAN VICTOR SEEKS RETURN TO ISLAMIC IDEALS - 27 June 2005

Editorial - The Independent: THE U.S. MUST LISTEN TO IRAN - 27 June 2005

Angus McDowall - The Independent: IRAN'S HARDLINE LEADER IS URGED TO CALM WEST'S NUCLEAR FEARS - 27 June 2005

Ze'ev Schiff - Haaretz: BOWING TO U.S. PRESSURE, ISRAEL TO CURB ARMS SALES - Sivan 20, 5765

Aluf Benn - Haaretz: CONDOLEEZZA RICE WARNS SETTLEMENT EXPANSION WILL BE A PROBLEM - Sivan 20, 5765

Agencies - Haaretz: ISRAEL APOLOGIZES TO NEW ZEALAND OVER SPY CASE, NORMAL RELATIONS RESUME - Sivan 20, 5765

Mark Magnier - Los Angeles Times: CHINA AND VATICAN MAKE NO SECRET OF THAW - June 26, 2005

Eric Hobsbawm - The Guardian: AMERICA'S NEO-CONSERVATIVE WORLD SUPREMACISTS WILL FAIL - 26 June 2005

Stephen Grey and Don Van Natta - Los Angeles Times: THIRTEEN WITH THE C.I.A. SOUGHT BY ITALY IN A KIDNAPPING - June 26, 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: AMID THE HORRORS OF THE MIDDLE EAST, IT IS STRANGE TO HEAR ABOUT THIS EUROPEAN 'CRISIS' - June 25, 2005

Vikram Dodd - The Guardian: ANGLICAN SHARE VOTE ANGERS ISRAELIS - 25 June 2005

Patrick Quinn - The Independent: ONE YEAR AFTER SOVEREIGNTY IS RESTORED, NATION IS IN CRISIS - 25 June 2005

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: AMERICA TURNS ON BUSH OVER IRAQ - 25 June 2005

Neil A. Lewis - New York Times: INTERROGATORS CITE DOCTORS' AID AT GUANTÁNAMO PRISON CAMP - June 25, 2005

Associated Press - Los Angeles Times: ITALY JUDGE ORDERS ARREST OF 13 C.I.A. AGENTS - June 25, 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: THE WAR PRESIDENT - June 25, 2005

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: HEADS IN THE IRAQI SAND - June 25, 2005

Mark Mazzetti - Los Angeles Times: LAWMAKERS TAKE SHOTS AT PENTAGON - June 25, 2005

Associated Press - New York Times: BUSH STANDS FIRM AMID VIOLENCE AND WANING SUPPORT - June 25, 2005

David Michaels - Los Angeles Times: THE ART OF 'MANUFACTURING UNCERTAINTY' - June 25, 2005

Lily Galili - Haaretz: WILL THE BULLDOZER DEVOUR FOREVER? - Sivan 17, 5765

Sarah Ozacky-Lazar - Haaretz: NEGATIVE THINKING - Sivan 17, 5765

Lily Galili - Haaretz: FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS - Sivan 17, 5765

Thomas L. Friedman - New York Times: ARE WE ALL FRENCH NOW? - June 25, 2005

Reuters - Haaretz: G8, QUARTET PRESS ISRAEL ON EASING RESTRICTIONS FOR PALESTINIANS - Sivan 16, 5765

Editorial - Haaretz: A CHILL WIND AT THE SUMMIT - Sivan 16, 5765

Sarah Price Brown - Los Angeles Times: ANGLICANS MAY TARGET FIRMS SEEN AS ANTI-PALESTINIAN - June 24, 2005

Michael Smith - Los Angeles Times: THE REAL NEWS IN THE DOWNING STREET MEMOS - June 24, 2005

Ronald Brownstein - Los Angeles Times: BUSH FACES HURDLES TO RALYING SUPPORT ON IRAQ - June 24, 2005

Liz Sidoti - Los Angeles Times: TOP COMMANDER SAYS INSURGENCY STILL STRONG - June 24, 2005

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: RUMSFELD CLAIMS IRAQ IS NOT A QUAGMIRE - 24 June 2005

Timothy Williams - New York Times: TIMELINE FOR IRAQ PULLOUT WOULD AID INSURGENTS, RUMSFELD SAYS - June 24, 2005

Quentin Peel - Financial Times: BLAIR'S EUROPEAN BATTLE BEGINS AT HOME - 24 June 2005

Laurie Goldstein - New York Times: AIR FORCE ACADEMY STAFF FOUND PROMOTING RELIGION - For the sake of clarity, the "evangelical Christian religion" promoted by the Air Force Academy staff has nothing in common with the Christian Church set up by the Apostles, known as Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox after AD 1053. The plethora of "evangelical churches", which are the main supporters of the "American Taliban", are nothing but an abomination, a pitiful apostasy! - June 24, 2005

Bob Herbert - New York Times: CRUEL AND UNUSUAL - June 24, 2005

Robin Cook and Robert McNamara - Financial Times: TIME TO DISMANTLE THE COLD WAR'S NUCLEAR LEGACY - 24 June 2005

Editorial - The Independent: CHARLES SECRETT: 'WE ARE KILLING THE PLANET. THAT IS NOT AN EXAGGERATION' - 23 June 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: WE SHELTER BEHIND THE MYTH THAT PROGRESS IS BEING MADE - 23 June 2005

Editorial - The Independent: INTERNATIONAL GOODWILL CANNOT END VIOLENCE - 23 June 2005

Adrian Hamilton - The Independent: THE AMERICAN DISCOVERY OF DEMOCRACY - 23 June 2005

Ewin MacAskill, Duncan Campbell and Richard Norton-Taylor - The Guardian: IRAQ CREATING NEW BREED OF JIHADISTS, SAYS C.I.A. - 23 June 2005

David Usborne - The Independent: JUDGE PULLS THE PLUG ON BUSH AND HELPS THREATENED SALMON BACK TO SEA - 23 June 2005

Associated Press - Haaretz: HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH: IDF PROBE INTO PALESTINIAN DEATHS A 'SHAM' - Sivan 15, 5765

Greg Myre - New York Times: SHARON AND ABBAS UNABLE TO AGREE ON MEASURES TO BOLSTER TRUCE - June 22, 2005

David S. Cloud - New York Times: IRAQI REBELS REFINE BOMB SKILLS, PUSHING TOLL OF G.I.'S HIGHER - June 22, 2005

Eric Silver - The Independent: JERUSALEM TALKS FOUNDER AMID FRESH VIOLENCE - 22 June 2005

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: TIME TO BOLT - June 22, 2005

Andrew Grice - The Independent: ARMS TRADE 'UNDERMINES EFFORTS TO RELIEVE DEBT' - 22 June 2005

Yuval Yoaz - Haaretz: STATE PROSECUTION CONCEDES POLITICAL AIM FOR JERUSALEM FENCE - Sivan 14, 5765

Associated Press - New York Times: SENATE LEADER PLANS NO NEW VOTE ON BOLTON NOMINATION - June 21, 2005

Robert Scheer - Los Angeles Times: EVEN BUSH'S REPUBLICAN ALLIES ARE BREAKING RANKS - June 21, 2005

Helen McComack - The Independent: SADDAM: THE 'CLEAN FREAK' WHO THINKS HE IS STILL PRESIDENT - 21 June 2005

John Tierney - New York Times: THE ADAMS PRINCIPLE - June 21, 2005

Eric Silver - The Independent: RICE ENDORSES PLAN TO DEMOLISH SETTLERS' HOMES - 20 June 2005

Patrick J. McDonnell - Los Angeles Times: DARING ABU GHRAIB ATTACK IMPRESSED U.S. - June 20, 2005

Bob Herbert - New York Times: SOMEBODY ELSE'S CHILD - June 20, 2005

Richard W. Stevenson - New York Times: BUSH'S ROAD GETS ROUGHER - June 20, 2005

Thomas Wagner - Associated Press: MEMOS SHOW BRITISH CONCERN OVER IRAQ PLANS - June 19, 2005

John Vidal - The Guardian: REVEALED: HOW OIL GIANT INFLUENCED BUSH - 19 June 2005

Stephen Castle and Andy McSmith - The Independent: 'PATHETIC. TRAGIC. EMBARASSING.' AND THEN THINGS GOT REALLY NASTY - 19 June 2005

Nicholas Watt and Patrick Wintour - The Guardian: REBATE ROW WRECKS E.U. SUMMIT - 19 June 2005

Caroline Moorehead - Financial Times: CRISIS OF CONFIDENCE - June 19, 2005

Peter Popham - The Independent: AUNG SAN SUU KYI: THE LADY AT 60 - 18 June 2005

Monica Davey - New York Times: BISHOPS TO CONTINUE BARRING ABUSING PRIESTS FROM MINISTRY - June 18, 2005

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: HALLIBURTON GIVEN $30 MILIONS TO EXPAND GUANTÁNAMO BAY - 18 June 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: WE ARE ALL COMPLICIT IN THIS VILE ACTS OF TORTURE - BUT WHAT CAN WE DO ABOUT IT? - 18 June 2005

David Zucchino - Los Angeles Times: U.S. MILITARY POLICEMAN FILES SUIT AGAINST PENTAGON OVER GUANTÁNAMO BEATING - June 18, 2005

Simon Jeffery - The Guardian: THE WAR THAT WILL NOT END - 18 June 2005

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: WAR AND CONSEQUENCES - June 18, 2005

C.J. Chivers and Thom Shanker - New York Times: UZBEK MINISTRIES IN CRACKDOWN RECEIVED U.S. AID - June 18, 2005

Associated Press - New York Times: HOUSE PASSES BILL TO WITHHOLD SOME U.N. DUES - June 18, 2005

Robin Toner and Marjorie Connelly - New York Times: POLL SHOWS DWINDLING APPROVAL OF BUSH AND CONGRESS - June 17, 2005

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: BUSH POLICIES BLOCKED AS U.S. MOOD ON IRAQ SOURS - 17 June 2005

Associated Press - New York Times: DEMOCRATS QUESTION U.S. PRE-WAR ACTIONS - June 17, 2005

Colin Brown - The Independent: U.S. LIED TO BRITAIN OVER USE OF NAPALM IN IRAQ WAR - 17 June 2005

Sheryl Gay Stolberg - New York Times: SMALL BIPARTISAN GROUP IN HOUSE PRESSES FOR IRAQ EXIT STRATEGY - June 17, 2005

Staff - New York Times: BUSH SENDS REGRETS ON U.N. CELEBRATION - June 17, 2005

Staff - The Guardian: 'BEIJING'S BITCH' - 17 June 2005

Associated Press - New York Times: HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES LIMITS PATRIOT ACT RULES ON LIBRARY RECORDS - June 16, 2005

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: BLACK CHURCH LEADERS EMBARASS BUSH OVER AFRICAN AID SHORTFALL - 16 June 2005

Andrew Osborn - The Independent: GENERAL ATTACKS 'CATASTROPHIC' LEVEL OF RUSSIAN ARMY SUICIDES - 16 June 2005

Quentin Peeel - Financial Times: EUROPE'S CRISIS BETWEEN THE LINES - 16 June 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: SADDAM INTERROGATION SCREENED - IN SILENCE. THE QUESTION IS: WHY? - The answer is obvious: the chemical weapons that Saddam employed for the destruction of the Halabja Kurds were manufactured in the U.S. and were given to Saddam Hussein by none other than Donald Rumsfeld, the special envoy of Bush Senior. Saddam was of course a valuable U.S. ally fighting a destructive war against Iran (1980-1988). - June 15, 2005

John Lichfield - The Independent: JOURNALIST DESCRIBES FIVE-MONTH ORDEAL IN IRAQI CELLAR - 15 June 2005

Andrew C. Revkin - New York Times: EX-BUSH AIDE WHO EDITED CLIMATE REPORTS TO JOIN EXXON MOBIL - June 15, 2005

Andrew Osborn - The Independent: RUSSIA SPLIT OVER RETURNING WAR ART - 260,000 "trophy art", 3,000,000 archive items, 1,500,books stolen from Germany, Austria, Romania, Hungary, Poland, Czekoslovakia. This is what the "liberators of Europe" did with U.S. and British approval. And the local people, including the museum curators, who protested and opposed the robbery were killed on the spot by the "liberating" hordes. Many thousands of Romanians were shot to death for refusing to obey the standard request "Davai chas!" ("Give me your watch!"). Constantin Tanase, the greatest vaudeville artist Romania ever had, was assassinated in 1947 for presenting a show about the "Davai chas!" experience. - 15 June 2005

Ian Fisher - New York Times: VATICAN VIEW IS VICTORIOUS IN FERTILITY VOTE BY ITALIANS - June 14, 2005

Rosa Brooks - Los Angeles Times: BOLTON'S BROKEN WORLD - June 14, 2005

Nathan Guttman - Haaretz: PENTAGON MAN CHARGED OVER LEAK TO AIPAC - Such is the fear of the Jews in America that an official indictment document does not mention the name of the lobbyist group that serves as a conduit of intelligence to Mosad - A.I.P.A.C., American Israel Public Affairs Committee. - Sivan 7, 5765

Shadi Rahimi - New York Times: AMID CONCERNS, CHENEY DEFENDS GUANTÁNAMO - June 14, 2005

Colin Brown - The Independent: BLAIR AND PUTIN AGREE TO PUSH FOR ACTION ON CLIMATE CHANGE - 14 June 2005

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: GUANTÁNAMO GUARDS TORTURED PRISONER WITH MUSIC - 13 June 2005

John Lichfield - The Independent: IRAQI CAPTORS FREE FRENCH REPORTER HELD FOR 157 DAYS - 13 June 2005

Sabrina Tavernise - New York Times: SUNNI-SHIITE QUARREL EDGES CLOSER TO POLITICAL STALEMATE - June 13, 2005

Marie Woolf and Colin Brown - The Independent: BECKETT EXPOSES G8 RIFT ON GLOBAL WARMING - 13 June 2005

Editorial - The Independent: GLOBAL WARMING: THE U.S. CONTRIBUTION IN FIGURES - 13 June 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: ONE NATION, UNINSURED - June 13, 2005

Bob Herbert - New York Times: THEY WON'T GO - June 13, 2005

Andy McSmith - The Independent: G8 AGREES TO CANCEL 22 BILLIONS OF DEBT - 12 June 2005

John Milburn - Los Angeles Times: SOLDIER GETS LIFE FOR GUNNING DOWN G.I.'S - Compare this life sentence with the "sentences" received by the handful of American military who were "tried" for killing Iraqi or Afghani civilians. The double standard of the "American justice", an oxymoron, has rarely been made so obvious! If you do not belong to the "Chozen People", your life is not worth anything. It is this jingoistic attitude that got America and its Israeli masters in trouble all over the world... - June 12, 2005

Associated Press - New York Times: REPUBLICAN URGES CLOSING GUANTÁNAMO FACILITY - June 12, 2005

Tracy Wilkinson - Los Angeles Times: FERTILITY LAW DIVIDES ITALIANS - June 12, 2005

David Keys - The Independent: FOUND: EUROPE'S OLDEST CIVILISATION - 11 June 2005

Cahal Milmo - The Independent: HOW 7,000-YEAR-OLD TEMPLES REVEAL THE ELABORATE CULTURE OF EUROPE - 11 June 2005

Larry Elliott and Ashley Seager - The Guardian: 30 BILLION DEBTS WRITE-OFF AGREED - 11 June 2005

Elizabeth Becker and Richard W. Stevenson - New York Times: U.S. AND BRITAIN AGREE ON RELIEF FOR POOR NATIONS - June 11, 2005

Clare Dyer - The Guardian: U.S. AND BRITAIN ACCUSED OF CREATING TERROR FEARS - 11 June 2005

Eric Lichtblau - New York Times: REPORT DETAILS F.B.I.'S FAILURE ON 2 HIJACKERS - June 11, 2005

Josh Meyer - Los Angeles Times: MEMO ON 9/11 PLOTTERS BLOCKED - June 11, 2005

Jonathan Chait - Los Angeles Times: ENVY THEM? No. TAX THEM? OH YEAH. - June 11, 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: LOSING OUR COUNTRY - June 11, 2005

Editorial - Haaretz: HOLY COW: ISRAELI COWS YELD MORE MILK THAN THEIR COMPETITORS - ... and are rewarded with the most barbarous method of butchering invented by Satan: the kosher butchering. - Sivan 4, 5765

Rory Carroll - The Guardian: U.S. IN TALKS WITH IRAQI INSURGENTS - 10 June 2005

Andrew Osborn - The Independent: HOW SIBERIA'S DARK HISTORY COULD BE ITS FINANCIAL SAVIOUR - 10 June 2005

Ian Fisher - New York Times: POPE MEETS WITH JEWS; CONDEMNS ANI-SEMITISM - June 10, 2005

Amiram Barkat - Haaretz: POPE, BRONFMAN AGREE ON JOINT PLAN TO FIGHT AIDS IN AFRICA - Sivan 3, 5765

Amiram Barkat - Haaretz: IDENTITY CRISIS IS 'BIGGEST THREAT TO JEWS' - Sivan 3, 5765

Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: GLOBAL SPENDING ON ARMS TOPS $1 TRILLION - 9 June 2005

Editorial - New York Times: CRUMBS FOR AFRICA - June 9, 2005

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: PLAYING FOR CHANGE - June 9, 2005

Julian Borger - The Guardian: EX-OIL LOBBYIST WATERED DOWN U.S. CLIMATE RESEARCH - 9 June 2005

T. Christian Miller - Los Angeles Times: U.S. MARINES DETAINED 19 CONTRACTORS IN IRAQ - June 9, 2005

Thom Shanker - New York Times: RUMSFELD SAYS U.S. WON'T SHUT DOWN BASE AT GUANTÁNAMO - June 9, 2005

Editorial - New York Times: THE BUSH ECONOMY - June 9, 2005

Akiva Eldar - Haaretz: UNDER LIKUD, ILLEGAL OUTPOSTS RECEIVED NIS 70 MILLION - Sivan 1, 5765

Andrew Osborn - The Independent: BULLETS 'FELL LIKE RAIN' DURING UZBEK MASSACRE - 8 June 2005

C. J. Chivers - New York Times: RIGHTS GROUP CALLS DEADKY UZBEK CRACKDOWN A 'MASSACRE' - June 8, 2005

Steve Connor - The Independent: G8 SCIENTISTS TELL BUSH: ACT NOW OR ELSE... - 8 June 2005

Andrew C. Revkin - New York Times: TOP-LEVEL EDITING ON CLIMATE ISSUES - June 8, 2005

Robert Scheer - Los Angeles Times: BLAMING THE MESSENGER FOOLS NO ONE - June 8, 2005

Naomi Klein - Los Angeles Times: TORTURE'S PART OF THE TERRITORY - June 8, 2005

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: UNCOVER YOUR EYES - June 8, 2005

Editorial - Haaretz: POLITICAL DESTRUCTION - Iyar 29, 5765

Akiva Eldar - Haaretz: WHOSE RIGHT TO RETURN IS MORE SACRED? - Iyar 29, 5765

Amos Harel and Nir Hasson - Haaretz: DOZENS OF BUILDINGS ERECTED IN OUTPOSTS IN LAST THREE MONTHS - Iyar 29, 5765

Editorial - New York Times: JUST DO SOMETHING - June 7, 2005

Bob Herbert - New York Times: THE MOBILITY MYTH - June 7, 2005

Peter Popham - The Independent: POPE'S AIDE DISOBEYED HIM AND KEPT HIS PAPERS - 6 June 2005

Editorial - The Independent: SAVING HIS MASTER'S WORD - June 6, 2005

Editorial - Haaretz: WHEN EVERYTHING IS PERMISSIBLE - Iyar 28, 5765

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: ISRAEL TASTES BITTER FRUIT OF THE GAZA SETTLEMENTS - 6 June 2005

David Usborne - The Independent: TERRORISTS 'USING GUANTÁNAMO AS A RECRUITMENT AID' - 6 June 2005

Pauline Neville-Jones - Financial Times: A BALKAN RETHINK IS REQUIRED BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE - June 6, 2005

Andrew Gumbel - The Independent: JUDGE ORDERS PENTAGON TO RELEASE 100 NEW PHOTOS OF ABU GHRAIB PRISON ABUSE - 5 June 2005

Editorial - The Independent: BUSH'S MALIGN NEGLECT - June 5, 2005

Tyler Marshall - Los Angeles Times: BUSH'S FOREIGN POLICY SHIFTING - June 5, 2005

Eric Lipton - New York Times: REPORT PRESSES EASY WAYS TO FIX AIRLINE SECURITY - June 5, 2005

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: A POLICY OF RAPE - June 5, 2005

Kim Murphy - Los Angeles Times: RUSSIA-BACKED MUFTI OF CHECHNYA QUITS AFTER YEARS AS SPIRITUAL HEAD - June 5, 2005

David Cay Johnston - New York Times: RICHEST ARE LEAVING EVEN THE RICH FAR BEHIND - June 5, 2005

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: SHARON AND ABBAS TO MEET IN JERUSALEM FOR FIRST TIME - 4 June 2005

Robert Burns - Associated Press: U.S.: GUANTÁNAMO QURAN WAS SPLASHED WITH URINE - June 4, 2005

Richard A. Serrano - Los Angeles Times: PENTAGON: KORAN DEFILED - June 4, 2005

Mark Mazzetti - Los Angeles Times: CHINESE ARMS THREATEN ASIA, RUMSFELD SAYS - June 4, 2005

Associated Press - Los Angeles Times: HONG KONG MARKS 16TH ANNIVERSARY OF TIANANMEN SQUARE CRACKDOWN - June 4, 2005

Matt Miller - New York Times: IS PERSUASION DEAD? - June 4, 2005

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: WE KILLED PALESTINIAN POLICE FOR REVENGE, ISRAELI SOLDIERS CONFESS - 3 June 2005

Simon Jeffery - The Guardian: Q&A: THE EUROPEAN CONSTITUTION - 3 June 2005

Mark Magnier - Los Angeles Times: THE TWO FACES OF CHINA'S LEADERSHIP - June 3, 2005

Cardinal Roger Mahony - Los Angeles Times: A NATION THAT SHOULD KNOW BETTER - June 2, 2005

Stephen Castle and Colin Brown - The Independent: WHAT NOW FOR EUROPE? - 2 June 2005

Ian Traynor and Nicholas Watt - The Guardian: CRUSHING DEFEAT LEAVES E.U. VISION IN TATTERS - 2 June 2005

Thomas L. Friedman - New York Times: AMERICA'S D.N.A. - June 2, 2005

David Holley and Sergei L. Loiko - Los Angeles Times: UZBEKS HAVE LITTLE MIDDLE GROUND LEFT - June 2, 2005

Richard W. Stevenson - New York Times: BUSH HINTS HE WILL WITHHOLD OTHER PAPERS ON BOLTON - June 2, 2005

Special Report - The Guardian: EUROPEAN UNION - 1 June 2005

Martin Wolf - Financial Times: FORGET THE HYMNS AN FIX THE ECONOMY - June 1, 2005

Carl Bildt - Financial Times: EUROPE MUST KEEP ITS 'SOFT POWER' - June 1, 2005

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: DEMOLITION THREAT TO PALESTINIAN HOMES - 1 June 2005

James Gerstenzang - Los Angeles Times: BUSH CALLS CRITICISM OF GUANTÁNAMO DETAINEE TREATMENT ABSURD - June 1, 2005

Scott Shane, Stephen Grey and Margot Williams - New York Times: C.I.A. EXPANDING TERROR BATTLE UNDER GUISE OF CHARTER FLIGHTS - June 1, 2005

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: DAY 141 OF BUSH'S SILENCE - June 1, 2005

Editorial - The Guardian: FEAR EATS THE SOUL - 31 May 2005

Ian Fisher and Elizabetta Povoledo - New York Times: POPE BENEDICT ENTERS BATTLE OVER ITALIAN VOTE ON FERTILITY LAW - May 31, 2005

Helen McCormack - The Independent: CLAIMS OF ABUSE AT GUANTÁNAMO ARE REVEALED - 31 May 2005

C.J. Chivers - New York Times: U.S. SENATORS SEEK INQUIRY INTO KILLINGS IN UZBEKISTAN - May 31, 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: TOO FEW, YET TOO MANY - May 31, 2005

Bob Herbert - New York Times: AMERICA, A SYMBOL OF... - May 31, 2005

Steve Connor - The Independent: FIDDLING WHILE SIBERIA BURNS: 'LUNGS OF EUROPE' UNDER THREAT FROM FOREST FIRES - 31 May 2005

Nicole Winfied - Associated Press: POPE BENEDICT PLEDGES TO MEND ORTHODOX RIFT - May 30, 2005

Mark Townsend - The Guardian: MINUTE OF SILENCE TO MARK GLOBAL DEATH TOLL OF HUNGER - 30 May 2005

Steven Erlander - New York Times: LATEST ISRAELI PRISONER RELEASE DISAPPOINTS PALESTINIANS - May 30, 2005

Antony Barnett - The Guardian: THE EXTRAORDINARY PLEAS OF SADDAM'S RIGHT HAND MAN - 30 May 2005

Doug Smith and Raheem Salman - Los Angeles Times: LONG JAILINGS ANGER IRAQIS - May 30, 2005

Jeffrey Fleishman - Los Angeles Times: RISK OF CIVIL WAR SPREADS FEAR ACROSS NATION - May 30, 2005

John F. Burns - New York Times: ON WAY TO BAGHDAD AIRPORT, DEATH STALKS MAIN ROAD - May 30, 2005

Eric Lipton - New York Times: U.S. IS SET TO TEST MISSILE DEFENSES ABOARD AIRLINES - May 30, 2005

Doyle McManus - Los Angeles Times: ABBAS SEES MIXED RESULTS IN HIS MEETING WITH BUSH - May 29, 2005

Dean E. Murphy - New York Times: U.S. PLANNERS WONDER, WILL BUSH AND FRIENDS ATTEND? - May 29, 2005

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: SETBACKS PIN 'LAME DUCK' LABEL ON BUSH - 29 May 2005

David Brooks - New York Times: KARL'S NEW MANIFESTO - May 29, 2005

Hugh O'Shaughnessy and Colleen Toomey - The Independent: ENGLISH PRIEST STOP AMAZON LOGGING GIANTS IN THEIR TRACK - 29 May 2005

Salman Masood - New York Times: REPORTS OF MISHANDLING KORAN BRING PROTEST WORLDWIDE - May 28, 2005

Roula Khalaf - Financial Times: U.S. SHOULD OPEN DIALOGUE WITH ISLAMISTS - May 28, 2005

Robert Fisk - Los Angeles Times: CIVIL WAR CASTS A SINISTER SHADOW ON LEBANON'S ELECTION - May 28, 2005

John Tierney - New York Times: GIVE PEACE A CHANCE - May 28, 2005

Paul Watson - Los Angeles Times: THE LURE OF OPIUM WEALTH IS A POTENT FORCE IN AFGHANISTAN - May 28, 2005

Jonathan Mirsky - The Independent: THE TRUTH ABOUT MAO - 28 May 2005

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: TIME IS SHORT FOR A DEAL WITH ISRAEL, ABBAS TELLS BUSH IN SYMBOLIC MEETING - 27 May 2005

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: TIME IS SHORT FOR A DEAL WITH ISRAEL, ABBAS TELLS BUSH IN SYMBOLIC MEETING - 27 May 2005

Thomas L. Friedman - New York Times: JUST SHUT IT DOWN - May 27, 2005

Philip Stephens - Financial Times: WE MUST BE CAREFUL ABOUT NOSTALGIA - May 27, 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: RUNNING OUT OF BUBBLES - May 27, 2005

Elaine Sciolino - New York Times: EUROPE GETS IRAN TO EXTEND FREEZE IN NUCLEAR WORK - May 26, 2005

Richard Norton-Taylor - The Guardian: GUANTÁNAMO IS GULAG OF OUR TIME, SAYS AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL - 26 May 2005

Alan Cowell - New York Times: U.S. 'THUMBS ITS NOSE' AT RIGHTS, AMNESTY SAYS - May 26, 2005

Tony Perry - Los Angeles Times: C.I.A. OPERATIVE TESTIFIES HE SAW S.E.A.L. BEATING IRAQI PRISONER - May 26, 2005

Robert Burns - Associated Press: F.B.I. RECORDS CITE QURAN ABUSE ALLEGATIONS - May 26, 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: PROTESTERS BEATEN AS EGYPT VOTES ON ELECTORAL REFORM - May 26, 2005

Mikheil Saakashvili - Financial Times: FIVE PRINCIPLES FOR WORLD'S REFORMERS - May 26, 2005

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: THE BIRTH OF MODERN ISRAEL: A SCRAP OF PAPER THAT CHANGED HISTORY - 26 May 2005

Nick Paton Walsh - The Guardian: PIPELINE OPENS NEW OIL ROUTE TO WEST - 26 May 2005

Arnon Regular and Aluf Benn - Haaretz: ABBAS TO ASK BUSH TO STOP EXPANSION OF SETTLEMENTS - Iyar 16, 5765

Kim Sengupta - The Independent: ZARKAWI, IRAQ'S MOST WANTED MAN, 'WOUNDED IN BATTLE' - 25 May 2005

Mark Mazzetti and Solomon Moore - Los Angeles Times: INSURGENTS FLOURISH IN IRAQ'S WILD WEST - May 25, 2005

Douglas Jehl - New York Times: REPUBLICAN SENATOR SENDS LETTER TO COLLEAGUES OPPOSING BOLTON - May 25, 2005

Editorial - Haaretz: GUARANTEES FOR ABU MAZEN - Iyar 15, 5765

Douglas Jehl and Thom Shanker - New York Times: SYRIA STOPS COOPERATING WITH U.S. FORCES AND C.I.A. - May 24, 2005

David E. Sanger - New York Times: BUSH DEFLECTS AFGHAN'S REQUEST FOR RETURN OF PRISONERS - May 24, 2005

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: BUSH RULES OUT AFGHAN COMMAND OVER U.S. TROOPS - 24 May 2005

Bob Herbert - New York Times: THE RUMSFELD STAIN - May 24, 2005

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: SAINTHOOD'S FAST TRACK - May 23, 2005

Eric Silver - The Independent: ARAB AND JEWISH HECKLERS TARGET LAURA BUSH ON VISIT - 23 May 2005

Brian Knowlton - International Herald Tribune: KARZAI DEMANDS JUSTICE FOR PRISONERS ABUSED BY AMERICANS - May 23, 2005

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: U.N. JOINS KARZAI IN CALLING FOR BAGRAM ABUSE INQUIRY - 23 May 2005

Sabrina Tavernese and Richard A. Oppel Jr. - New York Times: SUNNI ARABS ARE UNITING TO COMPETE WITH SHIITES - May 23, 2005

Michael Howard - The Guardian: U.S. MILITARY TO BUILD FOUR GIANT NEW BASES IN IRAQ - 23 May 2005

Chris McGreal - The Guardian: MOTHER OF SHOT ACTIVIST ACCUSES ISRAELI ARMY OF COVER-UP - 23 May 2005

Kim Murphy - Los Angeles Times: CHESS CHAMPION MOVES TO CHECK PUTIN'S POWER - May 23, 2005

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: CHINA, THE WORLD'S CAPITAL - May 23, 2005

Elisabeth Rosenthal - International Herald Tribune: HINTS OF THAW BETWEEN CHINA AND VATICAN - May 22, 2005

Amos Harel and Arnon Regular - Haaretz: BEIT LAKIA BOYS KILLED IN IDF AMBUSH, PALESTINIANS CLAIM - Iyar 13, 5765

Tim Golden - New York Times: ABUSE INQUIRY BOGGED DOWN IN AFGHANISTAN - May 22, 2005

Daniel Cooney - The Independent: AFGHAN LEADER DEMANDS U.S. ACTION ON PRISON ABUSES - 22 May 2005

Paul Harris - The Guardian: AFGHAN LEADER HEADS FOR BUSH SHOWDOWN - 22 May 2005

Somini Sengupta and Salman Masood - New York Times: GUANTÁNAMO COMES TO DEFINE U.S. TO MUSLIMS - May 22, 2005

Peter Boehm and Andrew Osborn - The Independent: UZBEKISTAN: 'IN THE NARROW LANE, THE MACHINE GUNS CLATTERED REMORSELESSLY FOR TWO HOURS' - 22 May 2005

Stefan Wagstyl and Isabel Gorst - Financial Times: AMERICA'S DESPOTIC ALLY - 22 May 2005

Associated Press - New York Times: UZBEK REFUGEES ASK KYGYZSTAN FOR ASYLUM - May 22, 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: A TYPICALLY LEBANESE STORY OF BETRAYAL AT THE HANDS OF THE SO-CALLED CIVILISED NATIONS - 22 May 2005

Christopher Caldwell - Financial Times: UPPER HOUSES AT LOW EBB - 22 May 2005

Tim Golden - The Guardian: CHAINED, TORTURED AND LEFT TO DIE IN A CELL - Aren't you proud to be an American? I was tortured for months by the Romanian Securitate and the Soviet KGB in 1959, at the age of 17. I was hung alternately by my hands, by my elbows and by my knees, while they were beating the soles of my feet with wooden sticks and iron bars. Between four and six corpses were collected every morning for burial from several Securitate buildings in Bucharest, by a team of common criminals under escort. 99% of the victims were totally innocent, just like the Afghan driver in Bagram, and were murdered in cold blood. The prisoners who were suspected of possessing valuable contact information were always spared the "coup de grace" and this is why I survived and lived to become a very disappointed American citizen myself...(Comment by Michael Olteanu) - 21 May 2005

Julian Borger - The Guardian: REPORT IMPLICATES TOP BRASS IN BAGRAM SCANDAL - 21 May 2005

Editorial - The Guardian: ABUSES OF POWER - 21 May 2005

Justin Huggler - The Independent: AFGHAN PRISONERS WERE 'TORTURED TO DEATH' BY AMERICAN GUARDS - 21 May 2005

Abdul Hussein Al-Obeidi - Associated Press: SHIITES STAGE MASS ANTI-U.S. PROTESTS - May 21, 2005

Paul Richter and Ashraf Khalil - Los Angeles Times: U.S. MOVES TO REASSERT ITSELF IN IRAQ AFFAIRS - May 21, 2005

David Usborne - The Independent: UZBEKISTAN REJECTS U.N. INQUIRY INTO KILLING OD CIVILIANS - 21 May 2005

C. J. Chivers - New York Times: UZBEK GOVERNMENT RESTORES AUTHORITY IN AREA OF REVOLT - May 21, 2005

Douglas Jehl - New York Times: BRITISH MEMO ON U.S. PLANS FOR IRAQ WAR FUELS CRITICS - May 21, 2005

David E. Rosenbaum and Edmund L. Andrews - New York Times: AN ARCHITECT OF BUSH PLAN ON RETIREMENT URGES RETREAT - May 21, 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: THE CHINESE CONNECTION - May 21, 2005

Jonathan Chait - Los Angeles Times: OFF WE GO, INTO THE CHRISTIAN YONDER - May 21, 2005

Warren Vieth - Los Angeles Times: HOW BUSH MAKES SURE THEY AGREE - May 21, 2005

Reuters - Haaretz: POPE BENEDICT CONDEMNS NAZI GENOCIDE OF JEWS - Iyar 11, 5765

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: BEAUTY OF THE ORANGE GROVE IS CRUSHED AS SHARON PREPARES TO MOVE GAZA'S SETTLERS - 20 May 2005

David Usborne - The Independent: ECO-MILITANTS ARE GREATEST TERRORIST THREAT, WARNS F.B.I. - There you have it! Another pronouncement from chief terrorist George Bush's administration: the people who are trying to save the environment from chemical contamination and global warming, the people who are fighting for a humane (non-Talmudic) treatment of animals are the greatest terrorist threat in America...- 20 May 2005

Agencies - The Guardian: NATO CALLS FOR ANDIJAN INQUIRY - 20 May 2005

Tom Parfitt - The Guardian: 'IF THE TROOPS RETURN, WE WILL FIGHT THEM' - 20 May 2005

C.J. Chivers - New York Times: TALES OF UZBEK VIOLENCE SUGGEST LARGER TRAGEDY - May 20, 2005

John F. Burns and Eric Schmitt - New York Times: GENERALS OFFER A SOBER OUTLOOK ON IRAQI WAR - May 20, 2005

Eric Lichblau - New York Times: PLAN WOULD BROADEN F.B.I.'S TERROR ROLE - May 20, 2005

Jesse J. Holland - Associated Press: REID: BUSH, GOP SEEK TO REINVENT REALITY - May 20, 2005

Michael McCarthy and Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: THE RAPE OF THE RAINFOREST...AND THE MAN BEHIND IT - 20 May 2005

Hasan Jabarin - Haaretz: FROM DISCRIMINATION TO THE DENIAL OF BASIC FREEDOMS - Iyar 10, 5765

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: ISRAELI MISSILE ATTACK ENDANGERS TRUCE - 19 May 2005

Peter Boehm - The Independent: U.N. DEMANDS INQUIRY ON UZBEK DEATHS - 19 May 2005

C.J. Chivers - New York Times: UNDER PRESSURE, UZBEK PRESIDENT RAISES DEATH TOLL FROM CLASHES - May 19, 2005

John F. Burns - New York Times: REGISTERING NEW INFLUENCE, IRAN SENDS A TOP AIDE TO IRAQ - May 19, 2005

Richard Stevenson - New York Times: F.B.I. SAYS GRENADE FOUND NEAR BUSH PODIUM WAS LIVE BUT MISFIRED - 'Malfunctioning' hand grenades have been routinely used by the KGB in the not too distant past to deliver a warning: "Cease and desist, otherwise next time..." It probably was Putin's way of expressing his disapproval for what he sees as U.S. meddling in the backyard of the deceased Soviet Empire. - May 19, 2005

Mark Mazzetti and John Hendren - Los Angeles Times: MOCK EXECUTIONS OF IRAQI DETAINEES CITED BY ARMY - May 19, 2005

Maggie Farley and Johanna Newman - Los Angeles Times: ACCUSED BRITISH OFFICIAL SLAMS THE U.S. ON IRAQ - May 19, 2005

Tim Weiner - New York Times: AIR FORCE SEEKS BUSH'S APPROVAL FOR SPACE WEAPONS PROGRAM - May 19, 2005

Peter Boehm - The Independent: UZBEK GOVERNMENT DENIES KILLING ANY CIVILIANS - 700 civilians dead in one town? What civilians? They are all terrorists, including the 50 children whose bodies lie at the morgue... - 18 May 2005

Johann Hari - The Independent: THE BLOOD OF THE UZBEKS, THE HYPOCRISY OF THE WEST, AND THE LAST GREAT OIL GRAB - 18 May 2005

Katharine Q. Seelye and Neil A. Lewis - New York Times: NEWSWEEK RETRACTS ACCOUNT OF KORAN ABUSE BY U.S. MILITARY - The book of Koran was flushed down the toilet at Guantanámo Bay? No, comrades, the Soviet Army would never do anything like that. The reporter got it all wrong and retracted the story. What abuse? Welcome to the wonderful world of Pravda-style "news and information"!- May 18, 2005

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: IRAQ'S CRACKS WIDEN - May 18, 2005

Robert Scheer - Los Angeles Times: U.S. IS ITS OWN WORST ENEMY IN IRAQ - May 18, 2005

Eric Umansky - Los Angeles Times: AN ARMY THAT LEARNS FROM ITS MISTAKES - May 18, 2005

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: A CLAMPDOWN IN CHINA - May 18, 2005

John Tierney - New York Times: 'NO NUKES', NO MORE - May 18, 2005

Moshe Elad - Haaretz: THE PALESTINIANIZATION OF THE CHURCH - Iyad 7, 5765

Peter Boehm and Daniel Howden - The Independent: ARMY 'KILLS 200' IN SECOND UZBEK CITY AS THOUSANDS HEAD FOR BORDER - 17 May 2005

Nick Paton Walsh and Ewen MacAskill - The Guardian: U.S. ADDS VOICE OF PROTEST AS UNREST SPREADS IN UZBEKISTAN - 17 May 2005

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: RICE BREAKS U.S. SILENCE ON UZBEKISTAN BY CALLING FOR REFORM - 17 May 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: STAYING WHAT COURSE? - 17 May 2005

Don Lattin and Angela Frucci - San Francisco Chronicle: VATICAN'S FOCUS FALLS ON U.S., EUROPE - 16 May 2005

Mark Townsend and Nick Mathiason - The Guardian: IN THE NEXT 50 DAYS, YOU CAN CHANGE THE WORLD FOR GOOD - 16 May 2005

Nick Paton Walsh - The Guardian: UZBEKISTAN ON THE BRINK AS CLASHES SPREAD - 16 May 2005

Nick Paton Walsh and Paul Harris - The Guardian: ANGER AS U.S. BACKS BRUTAL REGIME - Chief world terrorist George Bush supports Islam Karimov, the butcher of Uzbekistan, his "ally in the war on terror". Bush sent scores of Islamic prisoners to be "interrogated" by Karimov's KGB, which is famous for its torture methods. Their "signature specialty", according the Human Rights Watch, is BOILING PEOPLE ALIVE!!! It must sound very appealing to the insane Texas rancher who believes that 'democracy comes through the barrel of a gun', as he tries to implement it in Iraq. Mao Dze Dong was more realistic when he said that 'political power comes through the barrel of a gun'. - 16 May 2005

Galima Bukharbaeva - The Guardian: 'I SEE TROOPS FIRE ON UNARMED PROTESTERS' - 16 May 2005

Peter Boehm, Andrew Osborn and Stephen Kahn - The Independent: UZBEKS RECOIL FROM BLOODY CONFRONTATION THAT LEFT 'MANY HUNDREDS' DEAD - 16 May 2005

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: BEYOND ABU GHRAIB - 16 May 2005

Faye Fiore - Los Angeles Times: 'RELIGION' MAKES INROADS IN THE CORPORATE ARENA - 16 May 2005

Ian Fisher and Laurie Goldstein - New York Times: POPE NAMES U.S. ARCHBISHOP TO OVERSEE CHURCH DOCTRINE - 15 May 2005

Dean E. Murphy - New York Times: A THEOLOGICAL HARD-LINER WITH A MODERATE STREAK - 15 May 2005

Andy Newman - New York Times: FOLLOWING EDITOR'S OUSTER, SOME CATHOLIC THEOLOGIANS IN U.S. EXPECT MORE PAPAL SCRUTINY - 15 May 2005

Steven Erlanger - New York Times: PALESTINIAN LEADER TO MEET BUSH IN WASHINGTON NEXT WEEK - 15 May 2005

Stephen Kahn and Francis Elliott - The Independent: MASSACRE IN UZBEKISTAN - 15 May 2005

Staff and agencies - The Guardian: 'HUNDREDS KILLED' IN UZBEKISTAN VIOLENCE - 15 May 2005

Andrew Johnson - The Independent: KARIMOV COURTED BY BRITAIN AND U.S. DESPITE HUMAN RIGHTS RECORD - 15 May 2005

Joan Smith - The Independent: SO MUCH FOR SPREADING DEMOCRACY - 15 May 2005

David Holley - Los Angeles Times: DOZENS REPORTEDLY DIE IN UZBEK CRACKDOWN - 15 May 2005

Bagila Bukharbayeva - Associated Press: THOUSANDS OF UZBEKS FLEE COUNTRY - 15 May 2005

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: IRAQ IS A BLOODY NO MAN'S LAND. AMERICA HAS FAILED TO WIN THE WAR. BUT HAS IT LOST IT? - 15 May 2005

Nick Meo - The Independent: IN AFGHANISTAN, THE TALIBAN RISES AGAIN FOR FIGHTING SEASON - 15 May 2005

Carlotta Gall - New York Times: MUSLIMS' ANTI-AMERICAN PROTESTS SPREAD FROM AFGHANISTAN - 15 May 2005

Matt Miller - New York Times: START A WAR, NO MONEY DOWN! - 15 May 2005

Jurek Martin - Financial Times: NOTHING VENTURED, NOTHING GAINED - 15 May 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: LET US REBEL AGAINST POISONOUS ACADEMICS AND THEIR PREPOSTEROUS CLAPTRAP OF EXCLUSION - 15 May 2005

Jason Horowitz - New York Times: POPE PUTS JOHN PAUL II ON FAST TRACK TO SAINTHOOD - 14 May 2005

James Sturcke - The Guardian: BEATIFICATION OF JOHN PAUL II BEGINS - 14 May 2005

Justin Huggler - The Independent: U.S. TOLD TO ACT AS DESECRATION REPORTS INFLAME AFGHAN RIOTS - 14 May 2005

Agencies - The Guardian: UZBEKS KILLED AS SOLDIERS OPEN FIRE ON RALLY - 14 May 2005

REUTERS - New York Times: TROOPS OPEN FIRE ON PROTESTERS IN UZBEKISTAN - 14 May 2005

Joseph Kahn - New York Times: CHINA SAYS U.S. IMPEDED NORTH KOREA ARMS TALKS - 14 May 2005

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: BUSH QUESTIONED OVER PAPERS LEAKED IN U.K. - 14 May 2005

Associated Press - New York Times: PENTAGON PROPOSAL TO INCLUDE SHUTTING 33 MAJOR U.S. BASES - 14 May 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: ALWAYS LOW WAGES. ALWAYS. - 14 May 2005

Amy Sullivan - Los Angeles Times: VOTE 'WRONG', GO TO HELL? - 14 May 2005

John Daniszewski - New York Times: INDIGNATION GROWS IN THE U.S. OVER BRITISH PREWAR DOCUMENTS - 13 May 2005

David Stout - New York Times: PANEL DECLINES TO RECOMMEND BOLTON BUT SENDS VOTE TO SENATE - 13 May 2005

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: REPUBLICAN'S ONSLAUGHT THREATENS WHITE HOUSE CANDIDATE FOR THE U.N. - 13 May 2005

Philip Stephens - Financial Times: A BREAKDOWN IN THE NUCLEAR FAMILY - 13 May 2005

Steve Gutterman - Los Angeles Times: RUSSIA SAYS IT UNCOVERS U.S. SPY ACTIVITY - 13 May 2005

Stuart Jeffries - The Guardian: THE FILM U.S. TV NETWORKS DARE NOT SHOW - 13 May 2005

Bob Herbert - New York Times: THE YOUNG AND THE JOBLESS - 13 May 2005

Don Lattin - San Francisco Chronicle: POPE SAID TO WANT SAN FRANCISCO PRELATE AS CHIEF DOCTRINAL WATCHDOG - 12 May 2005

Elisabeth Bumiller - New York Times: BUSH ENCOURAGES GEORGIA WITH A WARNING TO RUSSIA - 12 May 2005

Carlotta Gall - New York Times: AFGHAN PROTEST AGAINST THE U.S. BECOMES VIOLENT - 12 May 2005

Michael McCarthy - The Independent: NUCLEAR POWER MAY BE THE ONLY WAY, SAYS CHIEF SCIENTIST - 12 May 2005

Rajan Menon and Peter Reddaway - Financial Times: PUTIN SHOULD DEFUSE THE CHECHNYA TIME-BOMB - 12 May 2005

Tom Parfitt - The Guardian: A FRACTURED FAMILY - 12 May 2005

Associated Press - Haaretz: POPE: CATHOLICS AND JEWS CAN LOOK TO FUTURE WITH CONFIDENCE - Nisan 30, 5765

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: BUSH CHEERED IN TBILISI AS HE URGES RUSSIAN RESTRAINT - 11 May 2005

Julian Borger - The Guardian: GRENADE 'THROWN AT BUSH' IN GEORGIA - 11 May 2005

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: KING OF JORDAN TO PARDON IRAQ'S DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER CHALABI OVER $300 MILLION BANK FRAUD - 11 May 2005

Martin Wolf - Financial Times: RUSSIA NEEDS HELP TO BE 'NORMAL' - 11 May 2005

Jacob Heilbrunn - Los Angeles Times: ONCE AGAIN, THE BIG YALTA LIE - May 11, 2005

Associated Press - New York Times: CHURCH SPLIT IN DISPUTE OVER BUSH - May 11, 2005

Andrew Osborn - The Independent: BUSH MAKES HISTORY AS RUSSIA RELIVES SOVIET ERA WITH TRIBUTE TO ITS WAR DEAD - 10 May 2005

Nick Paton Walsh - The Guardian: BUSH OFFERS SUPPORT TO PUTIN'S CRITICS - 10 May 2005

Simon Tisdall - The Guardian: THE THORNS IN GEORGIA'S ROSE - 10 May 2005

Bob Herbert - New York Times: STRANGER THAN FICTION - May 10, 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: THE FINAL INSULT - May 10, 2005

Tracy Wilkinson - Los Angeles Times: POPE ASSUMES ROLE AS BISHOP OF ROME - May 9, 2005

Editorial - The Independent: VE DAY: 48 HOURS THAT CHANGED THE WORLD - The world has changed indeed on VE-Day for the worse: over 100 millions Eastern and Central Europeans were delivered into Soviet Communist slavery, soon to be followed by 1 billion Asians. Also over three million Russians, Ukrainians, Cosacks and others who had fled to the West, many of them since 1917, were delivered to the NKVD executioners. Over 12 million ethnic Germans in Russia, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Jugoslavia, Romania and Hungary were uprooted and deported to Siberia. After the barbaric destruction of Germany and most of Central Europe by the criminal Anglo-American carpet-bombing, the physical destruction of entire nations was entrusted to the Soviet, the Jugoslav and the Chinese communist mass-murderers by the "victorious" Allies. Do you remember the 14 nations that were deported by Stalin in their totality to Siberia? Less than 25% of those people returned in 1955-1958.
As late as January 13, 1957, a train carrying hundreds of Soviet Army officers and soldiers who had defected during the Hungarian Revolution of 1956 and had sought asylum in Austria was delivered in Bratislava by the U.S. Army to the KGB executioners. Who ordered this monstruous crime in 1957, during the Cold War? President Dwight Eisenhower, the same war criminal Eisenhower who has destroyed most of Europe during the war. May the fires of hell be the eternal comfort of these monsters, the "liberators" of Europe! - May 9, 2005

Martin Hodgson - The Independent: BRITONS IGNORANT ABOUT GERMANY AND STILL SEE US AS NAZIS, SAYS AMBASSADOR - 9 May 2005

Jeffrey Fleishman - Los Angeles Times: EMERGING FROM THEIR BUNKERS - May 9, 2005

Steven Erlinger - New York Times: SHARON FREEZES RELEASE OF PALESTINIAN PRISONERS - May 9, 2005

Aluf Benn - Haaretz: SHARON LEANING TOWARD RAZING EVACUEES' GAZA HOMES - Nisan 29, 5765

Amos Schocken - Haaretz: DOES ISRAEL WANT PEACE? - Nisan 29, 5765

Neil Buckley and Caroline Daniel - Financial Times Times: U.S. SEEKS TO EASE FRICTION AS BUSH AND PUTIN MEET - May 9, 2005

Jennifer Loven - Los Angeles Times: BUSH PREPARES TO MEET WITH PUTIN - May 9, 2005

Amy Yee - Financial Times: TRAVEL INDUSTRY SAYS U.S. LOSES BILLIONS BECAUSE OF BAD IMAGE - May 9, 2005

Eric Lipton - New York Times: U.S. TO SPEND BILLIONS MORE TO ALTER SECURITY SYSTEMS - May 9, 2005

Agenzie - La Repubblica: IL PAPA CONTRO ABORTO E PENA DI MORTE: "LA LIBERTÀ DI UCCIDERE È TIRANNIA" - 8 Maggio 2005

Laurie Goldstein - New York Times: VATICAN IS SAID TO FORCE JESUIT OFF MAGAZINE - May 8, 2005

Karen Bohan and Patrick McLoughlin - REUTERS: BUSH DENOUNCES SOVIET COLD WAR RULE OF EASTERN EUROPE AS "ONE OF THE GREATEST WRONGS OF HISTORY" - May 8, 2005

Associated Press - New York Times: BUSH ACKNOWLEDGES U.S. PLAYED ROLE IN EUROPE DIVISION - May 8, 2005

Elisabeth Bumiller - New York Times: BUSH, CELEBRATING ALLIES' VICTORY, CHAFES OLD WOUNDS - May 8, 2005

Günter Grass - The Guardian: THE HIGH PRICE OF FREEDOM - 8 May 2005

Robin Cook - The Guardian: TAKE A LONG HARD LOOK AT YOURSELF - 8 May 2005

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: WHAT ROUGH BEASTS? - May 8, 2005

John Tierney - New York Times: PLACE YOUR BETS - May 8, 2005

Estelle Shirbon - The Independent: SPANISH BISHOPS ORDER CATHOLICS TO RESIST LAW ON GAY MARRIAGE - 7 May 2005

News Agencies - Haaretz: GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH IN JERUSALEM DISMISSES PATRIARCH - Nisan 28, 5765

Frederick W. Gluck - Financial Times: GOD'S LINE MANAGER - May 7, 2005

Elisabeth Bumiller - New York Times: RUSSIA OBJECTS TO BUSH VISIT TO NEIGHBOURS - May 7, 2005

David Stout - New York Times: U.S. TELLS U.N. THAT IT CONTINUES TO OPPOSE TORTURE IN ANY SITUATION - This statement is the acme of hypocrisy, an insult to any human being's intelligence! - May 7, 2005

John Lichfield - The Independent: FRANCE SEEKS TO HARNESS ENERGY AT HEART OF SUN - 7 May 2005

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: THE IMAGINATION DRAIN - May 7, 2005

Jonathan Chait - Los Angeles Times: SAVING PBS FROM THE GOP - May 7, 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: A SERIOUS DRUG PROBLEM - May 7, 2005

David Gelernter - Los Angeles Times: THE LAW OF LOOPHOLES IN ACTION - May 7, 2005

Luke Harding - The Guardian: POPE'S OLD CAR MAKES MORE THAN 189,000 EUROS ON EBAY - 6 May 2005

Bob Herbert - New York Times: LIFTING THE CENSOR'S VEIL ON THE SHAME OF IRAQ - May 6, 2005

Robert Burns - Los Angeles Times: ARMY DEMOTES GENERAL IN ABU GHRAIB SCANDAL - May 6, 2005

Neil Buckley, Guy Dinmore and Daniel Dombey - Financial Times: MEMORIES AND MEANING - May 6, 2005

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: BACK IN THE U.S.S.R. - May 6, 2005

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: TRAPPED BETWEEN HITLER AND STALIN: EAST REMEMBERS THE DAY EUROPE SPLIT IN TWO - 6 May 2005

David Brooks - New York Times: STUCK IN LINCOLN'S LAND - May 6, 2005

Associated Press - Los Angeles Times: PENTAGON ANALYST CHARGED WITH PASSING DEFENSE SECRETS TO ISRAEL - May 5, 2005

David Johnston and Eric Lichtblau - New York Times: PENTAGON ANALYST ACCUSED OF DISCLOSING SECRETS TO ISRAEL - May 5, 2005

Ralph Blumenthal and Timothy Williams - New York Times: JUDGE DECLARES MISTRIAL IN ABU GHRAIB PRISON ABUSE CASE - 'The judge expressed doubts whether Pfc. England was aware that she was committing a crime when she abused Iraqi prisoners (???).' Very revealing , isn't it? This is the U.S. army, a collection of derelicts that have not been able to work as grocery clerks, who cannot read or write so they have to take remedial classes, and who literally worship violence. Their training has turned them all into unthinking killing machines, who have no elementary concept of right or wrong...- May 5, 2005

Mary Dejevsky - The Independent: THE BOGUS CASE FOR AN INDEFENSIBLE WAR - May 5, 2005

Saree Makdisi - Los Angeles Times: NEOCONS LAY SIEGE TO THE IVORY TOWERS - May 5, 2005

Andrew Osborn - The Independent: BUSH PREPARES FOR MOSCOW VISIT WITH ATTACK ON SOVIET ERA - 5 May 2005

John Vidal - The Guardian: THE ORIGINAL MR. GREEN - 5 May 2005

Cathryn Atkinson - The Guardian: OBITUARY: BOB HUNTER - 5 May 2005

Tracy Wilkinson - Los Angeles Times: ITALY ISSUES COUNTER-REPORT ON U.S. SHOOTING OF AGENT - May 4, 2005

Thom Shanker - New York Times: PENTAGON SAYS IRAQ EFFORT LIMITS ABILITY TO FIGHT OTHER CONFLICTS - May 4, 2005

Lisa Marks - The Guardian: JOURNALIST DEATH TOLL IN 2004 WAS WORST SINCE 1955 - 4 May 2005

Sarah Boseley and Suzanne Goldenberg - The Guardian: BRAZIL SPURNS U.S. TERMS FOR AIDS HELP - 4 May 2005

Joseph Kahn - New York Times: BEIJING FINDS ANTI-JAPAN PROPAGANDA A 2-EDGED SWORD - May 4, 2005

John Phillips - The Independent: ROME TO INSIST U.S. VERSION OF AGENT'S DEATH IS FLAWED - 3 May 2005

Barbara McMahon - The Guardian: ITALY CITES STRESS AS FACTOR IN U.S. KILLING OF AGENT - 3 May 2005

Ashraf Khalil - Los Angeles Times: MISCUES AT ROADBLOCK IN IRAQ - May 3, 2005

La Repubblica: IL RAPPORTO DELLA DELEGAZIONE ITALIANA SULL'ASSASSINATO DELL'AGENTE SISMI NICOLA CALIPARI IL 4 MARZO 2005 (Formato PDF) - 3 Maggio 2005

La Repubblica: THE U.S. VERSION OF THE REPORT ON THE ASSASSINATION OF THE ITALIAN SISMI AGENT NICOLA CALIPARI ON MARCH 4, 2005 (PDF Format) - 3 Maggio 2005

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: BOMB ATTACKS ON THE RISE AS 'NEW BAATH PARTY' IS BORN - 3 May 2005

Bob Herbert - New York Times: FROM 'GOOK' TO 'RAGHEAD' - May 3, 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: A GUT PUNCH TO THE MIDDLE - May 3, 2005

Jennet Conant - Los Angeles Times: MY GRANDFATHER AND THE BOMB - May 3, 2005

Andrew Osborn - The Independent: SIBERIA COULD BECOME THE WORLD'S ATOMIC WASTE DUMP, WARN GREENS - 3 May 2005

Richard A. Oppel Jr. and Robert F. Worth - New York Times: EX-HOSTAGE'S ITALIAN DRIVER IGNORED WARNING, U.S. SAYS - May 2, 2005

Associated Press - New York Times: IRAQ INSURGENTS CONTINUE WAVE OF ATTACKS - May 2, 2005

Neil A. Lewis and Eric Schmitt - New York Times: INQUIRY FINDS ABUSES AT GUANTÁNAMO BAY - May 2, 2005

Anthony Barnett and Martin Bright - The Guardian: BRITISH MILITARY CHIEF REVEALS NEW LEGAL FEARS OVER IRAQ WAR - 2 May 2005

Anthony Barnett - The Guardian: INTERVIEW: ADMIRAL SIR MICHAEL BOYCE - 2 May 2005

Anthony Barnett, Gaby Hinsliff and Martin Bright - The Guardian: IRAQ, THE SECRET U.S. VISIT, AND AN ANGRY MILITARY CHIEF - 2 May 2005

David Holley - Los Angeles Times: STALIN HAS FOOT BACK ON THE PEDESTAL - May 2, 2005

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: BUSH 2.0 - May 2, 2005

Luke Harding - The Guardian: 'HIS AUTHORITY WAS EXTRAORDINAY. HE WAS CHARMING' - HITLER'S NURSE ON HIS FINAL HOURS - 2 May 2005

Luke Harding - The Guardian: INTERVIEW: FRAU ERNA FLEGEL - 2 May 2005

Andrew Osborn - The Independent: RUSSIA'S DISPOSSESSED ARISTOCRATS FIGHT OLIGARCHS FOR THEIR PALACES - 2 May 2005

Danny Rubinstein - Haaretz: PATRIARCH ALLEGEDLY SOLD JERUSALEM LAND TO WIN ISRAEL'S APPROVAL - Nisan 22, 5765

Aluf Benn - Haaretz: ISRAEL REJECTS U.S. REQUEST TO ARM PALESTINIAN POLICE - Nisan 22, 5765

Don van Natta, Jr. - New York Times: U.S. RECRUITS A ROUGH ALLY TO BE A JAILER - May 1, 2005

Raymond Whitaker, Andy McSmith and Francis Elliott - The Independent: REVEALED: DOCUMENTS SHOW BLAIR'S SECRET PLANS FOR WAR - 1 May 2005

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: THE GREEDIEST GENERATION - May 1, 2005


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