November 2008 Index

Texas DA reveals evidence against Cheney

Sindh High Court issues notice to respondents in Aafia Siddiqui case

Repression in the Dominican Republic

Poverty crushing the People of Haiti

Zimbabwe: Cholera Feeds Off a Perfect Storm

Economic sanctions are a “Weapon of Mass Destruction”

Help For Zimbabwe with Cholera Epidemic is on the Way

Iraqi parliament OKs US troops for 3 more years

White supremicist sentenced in Nevada


Canadians using food banks at record levels

China: Official warns environmental pollution no longer acceptable

Students bring awareness to Congo

A Few of the World’s most polluted places

Privatization, Pollution and Free Trade, WTO

Hugo Chavez wins Venezuela election

Latin Americas Private Pension Funds in Doubt

No Amnesty for Cheney , Say Torture Opponents

British cost of Iraq and Afghanistan reaches £13Billion

3,000 dead from cholera in Zimbabwe

Afghan president wants date for pullout of foreign troops

Canadian Government to Curb Parliamentary Perks

Greenland has voted ‘yes’ vote for autonomy

Canada urged to join U.S. in creating ’strong, bold’ stimulus package

Clinton’s moment

Is the World in Obama’s ‘Shock and Trance’ Mode?

Citigroup flop exposes folly of empire-building

Pakistan gets $7.6 billion loan package from IMF

Major US banks have a credibility problem

Billions here, billions there: A look at where it’s going

Lessons learned in Icelandic crisis

Citibank Bailout May Leave You Holding the Bag in More Ways Than One

Pollution Reports including Top 100 Corporate Air Polluters 2007 in US

‘Peace won’t cost the earth’ but it might save the environment

EU member states urged to sign, ratify, implement cluster bomb ban treaty

Landmine Treaty Ignored, 5,400 killed or injured in 2007

Germany to provide a 308-million euro loan to Iceland

Protest in “Iceland” ends in Violence

Iceland’s Economic Meltdown is a big Flashing Warning Sign

Human crisis overwhelms Congo rebels – seasoned fighters have no idea how to govern

The Financial System Implodes: The 10 Worst Corporations of 2008

Pollution Reports including Top 100 Corporate Air Polluters 2002 in US

Barack Obama reveals two-year plan to create 2.5m jobs

Hillary Clinton will be new Secretary of State

Nationalisation threat to banks in UK

European Union joins the lineup, staking claim to Arctic resources

GM cuts output and jets as U.S. demands turnaround plans

Judge right about Guantanamo Bay, we’ve had ‘enough’

Hearing on Cheney indictment turns chaotic

Teenagers commit suicide the Cyber connection

Rich countries launch great land grab to safeguard food supply

The connection between mental illness and homelessness

Kosovo PM Thaci: UN Plan ‘Dead’

Citigroup shares plunge 18% as board meets

Icelandic politicians to get paid less

Israeli violations of Lebanese sovereignty

Oil-rich Angola is in line for a one-billion-dollar World Bank Loan

US Banks Will be Begging at the Tax Payers Door Again Soon

BREAKING NEWS: Iceland IMF loan approved

Israel Responsible for Genocide by Starvation in Gaza

Texas jury indicts Cheney, Gonzalez in prison abuse case

Dr Aafia Siddiqu unfit for US trial -Torture/Mental Illness

World Bank Promotes Fossil Fuel Pollution

Obama asked to save prisoners from soy ‘torture’

In Zimbabwe Doctors and Nurses beaten by police during peaceful protest

Poverty in Canada is Very Real and Rising

New USDA Statistics Highlight Growing Hunger Crisis in the U.S.

Alitalia brushes off strikes as deal powers ahead

Italian Prime Minister meets with German Chancellor

A new chapter in China-Latin America relations

World Bank, IMF loans not universally welcomed

The do-nothing summit

Iran accepts mediator for Obama talks

Iceland Abandoned

Fighting continues in Congo despite rebel promises of ceasefire

Obama, McCain discuss ways to change ‘bad habits’ of Washington

Obama Victory Triggers Racist Backlash: At Least 200 Incidents Reported

The Icelandic Government program with the IMF

Sierra Leone: A mission for MSF(Doctors Without Borders)

Serbia securing a USD 516 million from IMF

British study links IMF loans to tuberculosis

Korea Rules Out Tapping IMF Loan

Government to defy critics with secret GM crop trials

Moscow aims to restore trust with the U.S.

Belarus threatens to quit IMF

U.S. acknowledges it held 12 juveniles at Guantanamo Bay prison

Canadian Forces not tracking incidence of brain injuries, hearing loss

They Can’t win the war in Afghanistan

Congo rebel backs U.N. peace plan, fighting persists

Ontario lawyers call on Prime Minister to ask U.S. to return Omar Khadr

Obama to tape weekly address for Web

World Leaders Must Roll Back Radical WTO Financial Service Deregulation

Threats Against Obama on the Rise

Kentucky-based Ku Klux Klan group ordered to pay $2.5M in damages

Doctors Without Boarders Providing Assistance in North Kivu, DRC

FBI Searches Home of KKK Leader Accused of murder

Klan Trial Goes To Jury

Campaign Boogeyman William Ayers Talks to ‘GMA’

Senate to take up auto bailout on Monday

Ryanair to appeal EU’s ‘corrupt’ support of Alitalia takeover

Ashley Mote Revealing European Union Corruption

The EU budget is necessarily corrupt

Israel blocks foreign media from Gaza

U.N.: Israel won’t allow food aid to enter Gaza

Icelanders Take to Streets to Protest Government’s IMF Loan Failure

President Bush: global crisis does not mean free market has failed

Japan to offer $100bn to help IMF meet funding demands

KKK Member Testifies On The Evils Of The Klan

Hate Messages from KKK Rears Its Ugly Head On Long Island

A little Ku Klux Klan History

US and Zimbabwe were the only countries to vote against the Arms Treaty

George W. Bush Wants to Change up to 90 Regulations

Suspect in Klan killing case has long criminal history

KKK still killing and beating

Markets dive on US bailout U-turn

‘Bush, Cheney guilty of war crimes’

April Fools’ Comes Early: Read All About It

In memory those who gave their lives

On this Remembrance Sunday In Britain

How the mobile phone in your pocket is helping to pay for the civil war in Congo

3,000 more peacekeepers needed in Congo: UN chief

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