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A couple of years ago I had set up a wifi system around my house but it was down, I am thinking of making another one and I am going to name it "wifi republic".
I am going to re-organize my blogs too, now I am testing some templates, trying and testing them at this stage. I am trying to fully utilized the latest blogspot editor. Not doubt that they are better with many needs that are taken care of. However the new blogspot editor lack fluidity where we can used different blog templates for different categories of posts or entries.
However I had thought of this new format. Try anak matlesen to see the new format. The present PERWI is slightly messy as I had attempted to master the new blogspot editor. I think by doing that I had taken extra "memories".
I am still in the learning curve and I may not proceed with the present idea for I have to evaluate either to follow the existing system that blogspot new editor provide or do the necessary such as amending the html on the free template that I had obtained satisfactorily to get a system that I want.
Britain's chief prosecutor says the words 'war on terror' will no longer be used by the government to describe attacks on the public.
Sir Ken Macdonald said terrorist fanatics were not soldiers fighting a war but simply members of an aimless 'death cult'.
“The people who were murdered on July 7 were not the victims of war,” he said referring to the London bombings.
Sat, 29 Dec 2007 16:57:43
Al-Qaeda-linked militant Baitullah Mehsud denies being involved in the assassination of Bhutto, accusing the government of killing her.
"I strongly deny it. Tribal people have their own customs. We don't strike women," said Mehsud's spokesman Maulvi Omar who is also the official spokesman for the Taliban in Pakistan.
Pak rules out Int'l probe on Bhutto
Sat, 29 Dec 2007 22:27:51
Interior ministry spokesman Brigadier Javed Cheema
With questions raised about the official account of how she died, which has been rejected by Bhutto's aides and supporters, ministry spokesman Brigadier Javed Cheema said the Pakistan government had told the truth.
He added that the government would let the former premier's body be exhumed for inquiry if Bhutto's party asked.
Ten pro-February 14 MPs submitted to Parliament's secretariat Thursday a petition to ratify Fouad Saniora's government draft law on a constitutional amendment to enable the election of Army Commander General Michel Suleiman as president.
The petition urges the legislature to adopt a decision to amend paragraph 3 of article 49 of the constitution and to call for an extraordinary parliamentary session starting January 1, 2008 in the event that the ordinary session set for Saturday to elect a new president ended without success. Hezbollah lashed out at Saniora's government blaming it for violations of the constitution and of premeditated usurping of presidential powers. For his part, MP Ali Bazzi, who is a member of Speaker Nabih Berri's bloc, reiterated that Berri will reject the draft law from the "unconstitutional" government, saying the move will increase "complications" rather than finding a solution to the political deadlock.
2.Loyalty Bloc: Counting on U.S. Leads to Collapse
26/12/2007 The Loyalty to the Resistance parliamentary bloc on Wednesday launched a vehement attack on the unconstitutional government of Fouad Saniora blaming it for a parcel of violations, including "premeditated" usurping of presidential powers and pledged "new complications" to the already tense situation.
The stand was made in a statement issued by the parliamentary bloc following a meeting presided over by its chairman MP Mohammed Raad. A constitutional amendment bill by the unconstitutional government was tantamount to "usurping presidential powers," the statement said.
Religious freedom is guaranteed under Malaysian law
In the Malay language "Allah" is used to mean any god, and Christians say they have used the term for centuries.
Opponents of the ban say it is unconstitutional and unreasonable.
Ethiopian troops in Mogadishu
The Ethiopians are not popular in Somalia
Ethiopian troops have withdrawn from a key town in central Somalia.
Islamist insurgents say they now control Guriel, where Ethiopia had a big military base to secure the road linking the two countries.
A BBC correspondent in Somalia says it is not clear why the Ethiopian troops withdrew without any fighting.
Green groups say the pact is short of defined goals
Expressing dissatisfaction with the Bali climate agreement, environmental groups have protested the pact fails to set distinct goals.
Among the protesters, the Oxford Committee for Famine Relief (OXFAM) noted that the UN-brokered settlement, which obliged concerned nations to hold serious greenhouse gas reduction talks, failed to urge the responsibility for all developed countries thereby freeing them from control measures.
Reading in dim light won't damage your eyes and you don't need eight glasses of water a day to stay healthy, a US study suggests.
A research was conducted by two American researchers Aaron Carroll and Rachel Vreeman on some common beliefs. They searched the archive for evidence to support the well-worn medical myths.
Despite frequent mentions of the need to drink eight glasses of water, they found no scientific basis for the claim, adding that a study published in the American Journal of Psychology has recorded the complete lack of evidence on the issue.
On 28 December 2006, they helped government forces capture Islamists from the capital, Mogadishu, which they had controlled for six months.
Ethiopian forces, which had been facing Eritrea along their 1,000km border, but were otherwise confronting few security threats, are now engaged on three fronts.The forces in Somalia are now bogged down and cannot withdraw, as Prime Minister Meles Zenawi recently acknowledged.
Timeline: Ethiopia and Somalia
|Written by Administrator|
| Friday, 14 September 2007 |
| ASMARA, Eritrea (AFP) — A congress of top Somali opposition figures wrapped up Friday in Eritrea after choosing senior Islamist leader Sheikh Sharif Sheikh Ahmed as the chairman of a newly formed anti-Ethiopian alliance. The announcement was made at the close of a congress of some 350 Somali opposition figures who have been gathered in Asmara since September 6 to work out how to unite against Ethiopian troops in Somalia.|
"The conference is over with great results but now the struggle for liberation starts," conference spokesman Zakariya Mahamud Abdi told reporters.
Genetic engineering isn't just for scientists in ivory towers or corporate R&D labs anymore. Researchers are still creating new mice and crops every week, but the tools and knowledge necessary to create organisms never before seen on Earth have pushed out to pet breeders, artists and college kids.
A Wired News first, here we count down the top 10 organisms that didn't exist on Dec. 31, 2006.
Thu, 27 Dec 2007 13:37:16
The US army sends illegal immigrants to the Iraq war
Media reports from Culiacan, the capital of that state, quoted statements by civil activist Ildefonso Ortiz Cabrera saying the US officers use young men of Latin American origin to recruit the Mexicans.
Wed, 26 Dec 2007 17:50:23
The Golshan gas field
Iran has signed a multi-billion-dollar deal with Malaysia's SKS to develop two major gas fields in the southern province of Bushehr.
The National Iranian Oil and Gas Company and the SKS signed a $16 billion contract to develop Golshan and Ferdows gas fields, Shana news agency reported.
Tue, 25 Dec 2007 20:06:53
Two high-ranking officials from the European Union and UN have been ordered to leave Afghanistan over their meetings with the Taliban.
The two men-- a Briton and an Irish-- based in Helmand province, southern Afghanistan, had been holding meetings with different tribes and groups, including the Taliban.
BY Noam Chomsky
THIS poor country keeps taking one blow after another," Peter Goossens observed two months ago in an interview with The New York Times' Jeffrey Gettleman. "Ultimately, it will break."
The country is Somalia, and Goossens directs the World Food Programme, which is now feeding some 1.2 million people there, 15 per cent of the population.
|Mouallem Accuses U.S of Blocking Solution in Lebanon|
20/12/2007 Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Mouallem on Thursday accused the United States of "blocking a Syrian-French attempt" to settle the ongoing political crisis in Lebanon and criticized Paris for not rejecting Washington's approach.
Why Hezbolla Won
george galloway on Siniora
Sayyed Nasrallah calls for transparent Presidential Polls
13/12/2007 The current situation in Gaza cannot continue, and ongoing Qassam attacks on the occupied territories may force the Israeli occupation army to launch a large-scale operation in the Strip, Israeli army Chief of Staff Lit.-Gen. Gabi Ashkenazi said Wednesday.
The main issue here is that the family, which is an abode where love and friendship rule, should never be transformed to a mere dwelling deficient in the spirit of companionship.
Sun, 02 Dec 2007 16:14:02
By Ismail Salami, Press TV, Tehran
'A Thousand Splendid Suns' is the second novel by the Afghan writer Khaled Hosseini who presently lives in the United States.
Set against the backdrop of thirty years of tumultuous Afghan history, Hosseini seeks to lay bare the innermost repressed human aspirations and a lingering desire for justice in a land crushed to the very bone by internal and external elements.
Fri, 30 Nov 2007 22:33:05
EU Development Commissioner, Louis Michel
Europe must rid itself of the notion that Africa is still its own private domain, EU Development Commissioner Louis Michel has warned.
"Too often still in Europe, Afro-pessimism dominates," Michel told a conference in Brussels a week ahead of a landmark EU-Africa summit.
Thu, 29 Nov 2007 09:14:35
Australian envoy pays tribute to late Imam Khomeini
Japan's opposition leader hails Australia's election as a backlash against the US President, urging his country to revise its US policies.
Zalmay Khalilzad, US Ambassador to the UN
in a Mideast summit held in Annapolis this week.
The US was withdrawing the resolution from the UN Security Council less than 24 hours after US
Ambassador to the UN, Zalmay Khalilzad had
introduced it and welcomed what he called the 'very positive' response from the council's members.
Turkish army chief Gen. Buyukanit and the head of US forces in Europe, Gen. Craddock have discussed measures against the rebel group PKK.
Castro and Chavez have very close ties.
The smiling bride
Met Pak Su Pa with Uji but Yu Nah was not around, she was in Rompin attending to her latest cucu. Taniah to Yu Nah & Dr Nurly and family.
|Olmert: Two States, or Israel is Finished|
29/11/2007 "If the day comes when the two-state solution collapses, and we face a South African-style struggle for equal voting rights (also for the Palestinians in the territories), then, as soon as that happens, the State of Israel is finished," Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert told daily Haaretz Wednesday, the day the Annapolis conference ended in an agreement to try to reach a Mideast settlement by the end of 2008.
Ahmadinejad: Israel will not survive
Wed, 28 Nov 2007 18:08:07
He said after a cabinet session on Wednesday that the US-sponsored Mideast conference in Annapolis was doomed to 'failure'.
|Hamas Wants UN to Annul Palestine Partition|
29/11/2007 Hamas called on the United Nations to annul its vote partitioning British-mandated Palestine on Thursday, the 60th anniversary of the historic decision that permitted Israel's creation. "The Hamas movement demands the United Nations to immediately reverse itself on its resolution," the Islamic resistance movement said in a statement released 60 years to the day that the world body voted to partition Palestine into Arab and Jewish states. "It is not shameful to correct its mistake," it said.
Collapse of the internet would severely affect our daily life.
A report issued by a US-based technology analysis firm has warned that by the year 2010 the Internet could collapse due to excessive data.
Nemertes Research Group has reported that the increasing demand by users and customers to download and upload data may well clog the information superhighway in a few years.
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|Raad: No Constitutional Amendment by Saniora’s Gov’t.|
28/11/2007 The head of the Loyalty to Resistance Parliamentary bloc MP Mohammed Raad said Wednesday that the unconstitutional government of Fouad Saniora does not have the authority to propose a constitutional amendment allowing the election of Army Commander General Michel Suleiman president.
|Army Chief Could Become Lebanon President|
28/11/2007 Lebanon's political vacuum could be headed toward a resolution with the country's army chief emerging as a likely candidate for the presidency, officials said on Wednesday. Several MPs and politicians from the ruling bloc and the Lebanese national opposition told AFP that negotiations on electing a new president were now focused on General Michel Sleiman, commander-in-chief of the armed forces.
Gen. Kayani replaces Musharraf
Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf has handed over the military command to General Ashfaq Pervez Kayani in the city of Rawalpindi.
In his farewell address, President Musharraf said the army was his life and he was proud to have been the commander of this 'great force'.