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12.Aug.2004 Sudan: Gelbsucht in Flüchtlingslager - viele Tote

12.Aug.2004 "Grüne Spiele": Umweltschützer beklagen olympische Umweltsünden

12.Aug.2004 TKÜV Reloaded: Die neue Schnüffel-Ordnung (Netzwelt,

12.Aug.2004 USA: Schaffner fliegt wegen Anti-Kerry [KFJ965]-Propaganda

12.Aug.2004 Börse am Morgen: Dax leicht im Plus

12.Aug.2004 Katastrophenalarm: Zwei Wirbelstürme bedrohen Florida

12.Aug.2004 Quartalszahlen I: Lufthansa enttäuscht die Märkte

12.Aug.2004 Wachstumsrätsel: Im Teenie-Alter wurde T-Rex zum Riesen

12.Aug.2004 Nadschaf: USA-Großoffensive hat begonnen

12.Aug.2004 Konjunkturerholung: Exporte halten die Wirtschaft am Leben

12.Aug.2004 Gewinnverdopplung: Telekom will wieder Dividende zahlen

12.Aug.2004 Geheimdienstbericht: Bin Laden ruft zu neuen Anschlägen auf ,

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04.Aug.2004 -last night
Ministers refuse to say what the threat means for UK Ministers were urged to make public the exact scale of the terrorist threat to UK in the wake of the heightened security alert in the USA.

04.Aug.2004 USA Prisoners at Guantanamo Bay were subjected to Abu Ghraib-style torture + sexual humiliation in which USA Prisoners were stripped naked + USA Prisoners forced to sodomise one USA Prisoner another USA Prisoner + USA Prisoner s are taunted by naked female USA soldiers, according to a new report.

Shocking USA Prisoners USA abuses are revealed

03.Aug.2004 -yesterday UK Government refused to deny an authoritative report that John Scarlett,former head of UK Joint Intelligence Committee (JIC), asked the Iraq Survey Group (ISG) to include 10 "golden nuggets" in its report on weapons of mass destruction, including a claim that it had smallpox weapons or was trying to produce them. No 10 fails to deny Scarlett's influence on survey group URL:
12.Aug.2004 No-blame approach to bullies comes under attack
04.Aug.2004 Children are being driven to anorexia, self-harm + truancy because schools are unwilling to punish bullies, children's charities have warned.

11.Sep.2001 -in the wake of-04.Aug.2004 -today- UK counter-terrorism Emergency laws passed-should be urgently replaced because they are discriminatory,UK committee of parliamentarians warned. 'Scrap unfair terror laws' parliamentarians tell Blunkett

05.Aug.2004 -yesterday- UK Anti-terrorism laws are being used "disproportionately" against Muslims + should be overhauled as soon as possible,UK senior parliamentarians said. Terror laws used unfairly on Muslims, warn MPs

07.Aug.2004 -last night- Blunkett, David hit back at accusations that UK Government was keeping the public in the dark over the extent of the terrorist threat to UK. Blunkett defends refusal to detail threat

09.Aug.2004 Families face a "rubbish tax" in a new drive to cut waste + increase recycling. Householders will be charged for "unsorted waste" dumped in rubbish bins as an incentive to recycle paper, glass, cardboard + other reusable materials.'Rubbish tax' to punish families who fail to recycle

08.Aug.2004 Blunkett, David has issued a barely coded rebuke to President Bush [BGW968] for issuing a terror alert that resulted in "ridicule".Blunkett issues rebuke to Bush [BGW968] on terror alerts

10.Aug.2004 Blunkett, David, the Home Secretary, faces a cabinet backlash over his plans to overhaul anti-terrorism laws aimed at deterring an attack in UK.Blunkett faces revolt over terror powers

10.Aug.2004 Late availability: 26-day luxury holiday package including hillside mansion in Barbados belonging to God-fearing crooner, trip to Olympic Games + week-long sojourn in two high-security Italian villas. Around the world with Tony Blair (courtesy, as usual, of his many friends in high places)

09.Aug.2004 -last night,when said giving more details of the terror threat to UK would only "feed the news frenzy",Blunkett, David was accused of talking "pure rubbish"

09.Aug.2004 UK Home Secretary had been irritated by Conservative complaints,UK was being kept in the dark, compared with USA.Blunkett defends terror alert tactics URL:
10.Aug.2004 UK Labour activists are circulating a resolution of no confidence in Blair, Tony for next month's annual party conference because of a loss of trust in him over the war over Iraq.

Blair faces vote of no-confidence over war

11.Aug.2004 This is definitely one for Iran's side + it's a strike against the hard-liners who want to make a case that Iran is (consistently) lying''-David Albright,- former Iraq nuclear inspector who runs USA Washington-based Institute for Science and International Security.
11.Aug.2004 - last week USA s hopes received a boost with Iran's continued insistence on its right to enrich uranium + other demands alienated key European powers France + UK + Germany.
In a ``wish list'' presented to the European three + shared with The Associated Press, Iran called on them to back its right to ``dual use'' nuclear technology that has both peaceful + weapons applications.
11.Aug.2004 Most suspicions focus on the sources of traces of highly enriched uranium +the extent + nature of work on the advanced P-2 centrifuge,used to enrich uranium
The diplomats, who spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity, said the agency had only been able to conclusively link one sample - with particles enriched to 54 percent - found at one Iranian site to Pakistan. But another sampling enriched to a lower degree might also have come on equipment bought from the network headed by Pakistani scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan, they said.
11.Aug.2004 The diplomats, who are familiar with Iran's nuclear dossier, told The Associated Press that UN International Atomic Energy Agency has established that at least some enriched particles found in Iran originated in Pakistan.
The origin of hundreds of other samples has not been established.

Still, the findings bolsters Tehran's assertion that all such traces were inadvertently imported on ``contaminated'' equipment it bought on the black market.
The findings also could hurt the case being built by the USA + its allies, which accuse Iran of past covert enrichment in efforts toward making nuclear weapons.
USA Bush [BGW968] administration said it was awaiting hearing the full report on the UN agency's findings + was unswayed in its suspicions about Iran's covert nuclear agenda - regardless of whether it enriching uraniaum at home or obtaining it elsewhere.
``Obviously, we think Iran has a weapons program, we think the evidence points to that,“said Adam Ereli, a USA Department of State spokesman.

„What's troubling is that there are not clear, consistent answers that are provided in an open + transparent way ... as promised.''
09.Aug.2004 USA FBI warns top USA legislators could be targeted
New York,"Press Trust of India" - USA Federal Bureau of Investigation has warned that top USA legislative officials could be targetted by Al-Qaeda in Washington or on their trips around the country, a media report said.
The warning came two days before Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge issued his USA nationwide alert about possible Al-Qaeda attacks on financial institutions in New York + Washington, Time magazine reported.
Time magazine quoted a top USA Homeland Security official as saying that terror mastermind Osama bin Laden may have already ordered another attack.
"We have a number of times picked up information that Al-Qaeda wants to attack us 02.Nov.2004 -before the election- + some of the communications attribute that desire to Osama bin Laden," the USA official was quoted as saying.->
Press Trust of India

11.Aug.2004 Moreover, Bush [BGW968] is changing the USA internally to fit this role. Having launched such a pre-emptive war against another country suspected of having evil intent, Bush [BGW968] has established the precedent of proclaiming those who try to resist his invasion as "unlawful combatants" to whom the Geneva Conventions do not apply.
Some senior officials have gone so far as to suggest that the president, in his capacity as commander-in-chief, has the right to order the torture of prisoners captured in such a war to extract information from them.
"The information gained from interrogations may prevent future attacks by foreign enemies," reads a memorandum prepared by two justice department officials 00.Aug.2003. "Any effort to apply (the criminal law against torture) in a manner that interferes with the president's direction of such a core matter as the detention + interrogation of enemy combatants would thus be unconstitutional."
A defence department memorandum seven months later said the same, implying that when it comes to the "war on terrorism", which is undeclared + without end, the president is above the law.
That is what 02.Nov.2004 this year's USA election is all about. Another four years of such radical nationalist aggression + the world will be a much more dangerous place for all of us.
11.Aug.2004 This article was originally published on page 9 of
The Cape Times on

11.Aug.2004 USA has never had a socialist tradition, so there has never been a replication of the European tradition of a socialist left + capitalist right.

All Americans are capitalists, which has given a monochromatic cast to the political line-up, making it hard to distinguish between, for example, Bill Clinton + Bush [BGHW948].
Historically, Republicans have been regarded as representing the old establishment, old money + big business, while the Democratic Party arose to give voice to the various waves of immigrants, the "storm + tempest-tossed" who flocked from the old world to the new in times of trouble. So the Democratic Party became identified with those lower down the economic ladder, the workers, the labour unions, the little guy.
The president has adopted a policy of 'anticipatory self-defence'
But any simple conservative-liberal labelling became blurred when Abraham Lincoln, the Republican president who abolished slavery + declared war on the South, caused embittered white Southerners to close ranks + effectively banish the Republican Party from the South for the next 100 years as they chose their political representatives at "white primary" Democratic meetings, who were then unopposed on election day.
This meant that while Northern Democrats in the USA congress were generally liberal, those from the South were deeply conservative. Voting patterns frequently crossed party lines.
This has partly changed with the outlawing of the "white primary", enabling the Republican Party to move in + start gaining the support of conservative white Southerners. But the confusion has persisted.
No longer. Suddenly the contest between Kerry [KFJ965] + Bush [BGW968] has become crystal clear. Election watchers in this country may not be all that sure what Kerry [KFJ965] stands for - he is trying to draw swing voters away from Bush [BGW968] by pitching to the centre - but they certainly know what Bush [BGW968] stands for.

And in a visceral way they know he is dangerous.
He is dangerous because the president of the USA commands the most powerful nation in the history of the world, whose decisions affect everyone.

They turn on issues of war + peace, safety + danger, which involve us all.
11.Aug.2004 Overview National Preparedness Month-.

01.Sep.2004-30.Sep.2004 -Throughout-USA Department of Homeland Security + USA Red Cross + American Prepared Campaign + USA National Association of Broadcasters + USA Department of Education + other partners, will host a series of events to highlight the importance of USA citizen emergency preparedness.

During National Preparedness Month, coalition partners will promote the basic steps all USA Americans can take to prepare for emergencies through a variety of activities. You are encouraged to heighten your awareness + preparedness.

For a good resource on personal + family readiness, visit, or

Great information is available + should be accessed to Get a Kit, then Make a Plan + Be Prepared.

Should you have any questions about personal preparedness + also what USA GSA is doing to help this agency be prepared, contact your USA regional Emergency Coordinator or USA Office of Emergency Management at (202) 501-0012.

We will keep all associates informed as developments occur. Original item here

10.Aug.2004 USA Denies Key Witness At German 11.Sep.2001 Retrial -Reuters-HAMBURG, Germany- USA has barred German judges access to al Qaeda captives in the retrial of the only 11.Sep.2001 suspect ever convicted, a Hamburg court heard 10.Aug.2004 throwing the case into doubt.
Motassadeq, Mounir 30, is charged with plotting the 11.Sep.2001 attacks with Mohamed Atta + others + membership of a terrorist organization.
Motassadeq, Mounir first conviction was overturned because judges had no access to a key al Qaeda figure in USA custody.
In a letter to the German embassy in Washington, read out in court, USA authorities said they had to protect the sources + methods of the security services.
The letter said "interactive access" to such prisoners could hamper their interrogation + lead to critical secret information, including about terrorist threats, being divulged.
The USA decision casts doubts on the new proceedings.
00.Feb.2003 Motassadeq became the first person anywhere to be tried over the 11.Sep.2001 attacks + he remains the only person convicted.

Motassadeq, Mounir was sentenced to 15 years in jail.
00.Mar.2004 -a higher court ruled the verdict unsatisfactory as judges had no access to testimony from Binalshibh, Ramzi a key member of the al Qaeda Hamburg cell who was captured in Pakistan 00.000.2002. The German supreme court ordered a new trial.
00.May 2004 -The German authorities asked the USA to give them access to six key witnesses including Binalshibh, but the USA letter said even information on whether a given individual was in custody was classified as secret.It said it was not possible for the USA to confirm whether the persons named, who also include top al Qaeda figure Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, were in USA custody or not.
The issue has led to tension between Germany + USA, which clearly wants a conviction in the case but is unwilling to allow testimony from the interrogation of al Qaeda captives to be aired in open court.
00.Apr.2004 USA reacted angrily when Motassadeq was freed from custody, describing him as dangerous.
11.Aug.2004 Motassadeq, Mounir trial, which is scheduled to last 00.000.2005 -until early- will resume Wednesday.-

11.Aug.2004 Defense cites 'USA torture' as German 11.Sep.2001 retrial begins
Defense lawyers for the only man convicted over the 11.Sep.2001 attacks called on the opening day of his retrial for the case to be quashed on the grounds key witnesses had likely been tortured.
08/10/04 "AFP" HAMBURG, Germany - Attorney Udo Jacob said Tuesday that any statements made by two leading members of Osama bin Laden's Al-Qaeda network believed to be in USA custody had likely been made under duress, tainting any evidence they might provide about the defendant, Moroccan student Mounir El Motassadeq.
"One must assume that (Ramzi) Binalshibh was + may currently be subjected to torture," Jacob told the court in the northern German city of Hamburg, referring to a Yemeni national who has boasted that he masterminded the plot.
The court + the prosecution have also sought the testimony of top Al-Qaeda operative Khalid Sheikh Mohammed. Another defense lawyer, Josef Graessle-Muenscher, quoted USA media reports saying he had also been mistreated to extract intelligence.
Motassadeq, 30, is charged with complicity in the murder of some 3,000 people in the attacks in New York + Washington + membership in a terrorist organization.
He has acknowledged being a friend of the three Hamburg-based suicide hijackers but denies prior knowledge of their plot.
Motassadeq was jailed for 15 years in February 2003 for his alleged role in the attacks, but in March this year a new trial was ordered because USA authorities refused to allow Binalshibh to testify.
Presiding judge Ernst-Rainer Schudt said at the opening of the hearing that USA authorities had again rejected German requests to let terror suspects they are holding in custody testify in Hamburg.
Binalshibh + Sheikh Mohammed are perhaps the only two people alive who could say what role, if any, Motassadeq played in the attacks.
Schudt read documents given to the court in which USA officials said they would not allow "any enemy combatants to personally address the court, in line with national security interests".
They also refused to confirm which enemy combatants were in their custody + would not permit the Hamburg judges to question the suspects themselves.
But they said they would supply "certain unclassified documents" that addressed questions posed by the court.
"Some progress has been made," Schudt said. The prosecution also welcomed the USA reply as a partial success.
Schudt said he would now take under advisement four large ring binders compiled by the defense on USA interrogation methods for terror suspects in Iraq, Afghanistan + the Guantanamo Bay lockup in Cuba.
But an American whose mother was killed in the first plane that hit New York's World Trade Center, Dominic Puopolo, reacted angrily to the defense allegations.
"One of the issues I found very offensive was making sweeping indictments about the USA government + intelligence agencies," said Puopolo, who is a co-plaintiff in the case.
"You are desecrating the memories of the 3,000 people that died including my mother."
As the new trial got underway, Schudt insisted that the court would be independent of any outside pressures regarding the high-profile case.
"You can see that Hamburg is again under the shadow of .Sep. 11th but we will conduct the trial according to German criminal law," said Schudt, who is heading a five-member panel of judges.
"We will neither follow the wishes of the government nor the expectations of the public. Our aim is a fair result."
The German government has been actively campaigning for a legal crackdown on suspected extremists + recently passed a series of measures through parliament allowing it to expel them more quickly. USA has described Motassadeq as "dangerous".
10.Aug.2004 yesterday American Bar Association denounces way Bush [BGW968] administration is handling detainees -"AP"-ATLANTA-USA nation's largest lawyers group condemned USA Bush [BGW968] government's handling of foreign detainees over the objections of members who called it a cheap shot at USA White House Bush [BGW968] administration.
The American Bar Association (ABA) criticized what it called "a widespread pattern of abusive detention methods."

Those abuses, it (ABA) said, "feed terrorism by painting the USA as an arrogant nation above the law."
ABA was responding to abuse of Iraqis at Abu Ghraib prison near Baghdad + concerns about the treatment of about 600 terrorism suspects being held at USA Guantánamo Bay Naval Base, Cuba.
Some lawyers complained that ABA nonpartisan group, with more than 400,000 members,was getting too political, especially as USA 02.Nov.2004 presidential election nears.
David Rivkin Jr., a Washington attorney who served in USA Reagan administration +

David Rivkin Jr., a Washington attorney who served in USA first Bush [BGHW948] administration, told ABA leaders the resolution was poorly worded +

David Rivkin Jr., a Washington attorney who served in USA Reagan administration + USA first Bush administrationtold ABA leaders the resolution "could be dismissed as grandstanding."
USA Bush [BGW968] administration has aggressively defended its imprisonment, without traditional rights, of those Bush [BGW968] classifies as enemy combatants.

USA Bush [BGW968] Government officials have said that abuses at overseas prisons have been isolated +

USA Bush [BGW968] Government officials have said that those USA officials responsible are being punished.
An USA Bush [BGW968] Government official administration lawyer was sent to Atlanta American Bar Association Congress, but did not speak against the resolution, which had overwhelming support.
During the debate, Washington attorney Mark Agrast said,

"If we want the world to embrace USA ideals, we first must live up to those ideals ourselves."
"I don't think it's the least bit political," said Neal Sonnett, a Miami attorney who helped draft the plan. "We used strong language because it's deserved. We need to get the administration's attention + the public's attention."
11.Aug.2004 Zelikow is now -Aside from his position at the 11.Sep.2001 commission, also director of USA Miller Center of Public Affairs + White Burkett Miller Professor of History at USA University of Virginia.

00.000.2002 Zelikow close ties to USA Bush [BGW968] administration prompted accusations of a conflict of interest from families of victims of the 11.Sep.2001 attacks, who protested Zelikow appointment to the 11.Sep.2001 commission investigative body.
In Zelikow s university speech, Zelikow, who strongly backed attacking Iraq, also explained the threat to Israel by arguing that

00.000.1990-00.000.1991 Iraq was preparing + spend huge amounts of ”scarce hard currency” to harness ”communications against electromagnetic pulse”, a side-effect of a nuclear explosion that could sever radio communications + electronic communications + electrical communications.
That was ”a perfectly absurd expenditure unless you were going to ride out a nuclear exchange - they (Iraqi officials) were not preparing to ride out a nuclear exchange with us USA.

Those were preparations to ride out a nuclear exchange with the Israelis”, according to Zelikow.
Zelikow also suggested that the danger of biological weapons falling into the hands of the anti-Israeli Islamic Resistance Movement, known by its Arabic acronym Hamas, would threaten Israel rather than the USA + that those weapons could have been developed to the point where they could deter USA from attacking Hamas.
”Play out those scenarios,” Zelikow told his audience,

”and I Zelikow will tell you, people have thought about that, but they are just not talking very much about it”.
”Don't look at the links between Iraq + al-Qaeda, but then ask yourself the question, 'gee, is Iraq tied to Hamas + the Palestinian Islamic Jihad + the people who are carrying out suicide bombings in Israel'? Easy question to answer; the evidence is abundant.
To date, the possibility of the USA attacking Iraq to protect Israel has been only timidly raised by some intellectuals + writers, with few public acknowledgements from sources close to the administration.
Analysts who reviewed Zelikow's statements said they are concrete evidence of one factor in the rationale for going to war, which has been hushed up.
”Those of us speaking about it sort of routinely referred to the protection of Israel as a component,” said Phyllis Bennis of the Washington-based Institute of Policy Studies. ”But this is a very good piece of evidence of that.”
Others say the administration should be blamed for not making known to the public its true intentions + real motives for invading Iraq.
”They (the administration) made a decision to invade Iraq + then started to search for a policy to justify it. It was a decision in search of a policy + because of the odd way they went about it, people are trying to read something into it,” said Nathan Brown, professor of political science at George Washington University + an expert on the Middle East.
But he downplayed the Israel link. ”In terms of securing Israel, it doesn't make sense to me because the Israelis are probably more concerned about Iran than they were about Iraq in terms of the long-term strategic threat,” he said.
Still, Brown says Zelikow's words carried weight.
”Certainly his position would allow him to speak with a little bit more expertise about the thinking of the Bush [BGW968] administration, but it doesn't strike me that he is any more authoritative than Wolfowitz, or Rice or Powell or anybody else. All of them were sort of fishing about for justification for a decision that has already been made,” Brown said.
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29.Mar.2004 Iraq War Launched to Protect Israel - Bush [BGW968] Adviser "IPS" - USA - IPS uncovered the remarks by Philip Zelikow, who is now the executive director of the body set up to investigate the terrorist attacks on the USA in .Sep. 2001 - the 11.Sep.2001 commission - in which he suggests a prime motive for the invasion just over one year ago was to eliminate a threat to Israel, a staunch USA ally in the Middle East.
Zelikow's casting of the attack on Iraq as one launched to protect Israel appears at odds with the public position of President Bush [BGW968] + his administration, which has never overtly drawn the link between its war on the regime of former president Hussein + its concern for Israel's security.
The administration has instead insisted it launched the war to liberate the Iraqi people, destroy Iraq's weapons of mass destruction (WMD) + to protect the USA.
Zelikow made his statements about ”the unstated threat” during his tenure on a highly knowledgeable + well-connected body known as the President's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board (PFIAB), which reports directly to the president.
00.000.2001-00.000.2003 He served on the board.
”Why would Iraq attack USA or use nuclear weapons against us? I'll tell you what I think the real threat (is) + actually has been since 1990 - it's the threat against Israel,” Zelikow told a crowd at the University of Virginia on 10.Sep.2002 speaking on a panel of foreign policy experts assessing the impact of 11.Sep.2001 + the future of the war on the al-Qaeda terrorist organization.
”And this is the threat that dare not speak its name, because the Europeans don't care deeply about that threat, I will tell you frankly.

And the USA government doesn't want to lean too hard on it rhetorically, because it is not a popular sell,” said Zelikow.
The statements are the first to surface from a source closely linked to the Bush [BGW968] administration acknowledging that the war, which has so far cost the lives of nearly 600 USA troops + thousands of Iraqis, was motivated by USA's desire to defend the Jewish state.
The administration, which is surrounded by staunch pro-Israel, neo-conservative hawks, is currently fighting an extensive campaign to ward off accusations that it derailed the ”war on terrorism” it launched after 11.Sep.2001 by taking a detour to Iraq, which appears to have posed no direct threat to the USA.
Israel is USA's biggest ally in the Middle East, receiving annual direct aid of three to four billion dollars.
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