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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.

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Bush may follow Bashir to The Hague

Former US President
George W. Bush
Former US President George W. Bush could possibly stand trial at the international Criminal Court in The Hague, says an ex-UN prosecutor.

David Crane, an international law professor at Syracuse University, said similar to the Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, Bush could be an ICC target.

"The principle of law used to issue an arrest warrant for Omar al-Bashir could extend to former US President Bush over claims officials from his Administration may have engaged in torture by using coercive interrogation techniques on terror suspects," Crane was quoted as saying by the New Zealand Herald on Saturday.[more]

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Siemens divorcing Russia over Iran?

Siemens limits business with Russia's atomic energy agency Rosatom because of its joint nuclear venture with Iran.
German engineering giant Siemens, bridled at Moscow's nuclear cooperation with Tehran, moves to limit joint ventures with Russia.

The Spiegel reported Saturday that Siemens is pressuring Russian atomic energy agency Rosatom over its involvement in building Iran's first power plant in the southern port of Bushehr.

The Munich-based Siemens launched a joint venture Rosatom on Tuesday, forecasting the construction of some 400 new nuclear power plants worldwide by 2030.[more]

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Gaza aid convoy (Viva Palestina) few kilometers away from destination

Sun, 08 Mar 2009 10:12:27
Hassan Ghani, Press TV, Al-Arish, Egypt
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US jobless claims surge to 8.1 percent

Sat, 07 Mar 2009 01:38:45
Colin Campbell, Press TV, Washington
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Recession claims 651,000 new US victims

Americans line up to talk to job recruiters at a career fair in Los Angeles. The US lost 651,000 jobs in February alone, the worst monthly loss since 1949.
More than 650,000 Americans lost their jobs in February as US employers feel the strain of an ailing economy, the Labor Department says.

Some 651,000 jobs were shed in February alone as the unemployment rate in the US reached 8.1 percent -- its highest in 25 years--, a Labor Department report revealed on Friday.[more]

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US February unemployment worst since 1983

Sat, 07 Mar 2009 00:57:32
Mike Kellerman, Press TV, Washington

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Non-Muslim view of Pas has changed since March 8

KUALA LUMPUR, March 8 - 2009

Despite repeated accusations from its rival Umno that Pas has departed from its ideology since forming an alliance with the secular DAP and PKR after the last general election its president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang said the party has always been consistent.

"Islamic laws have never changed. There are conditions to be fulfilled before Islamic laws can be implemented. Non-Muslims cannot be forced, but the laws are not repealed when the conditions are not satisfied," said Hadi in an interview recently.[more]

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US Sergeant converts to Islam, Marries Iraqi woman

An interesting video, on the AFP News website of how US Sergent Blackwell married a Muslim woman in Iraq. His US Army superiors objected to the Sargeants wish to convert to Islam and marriage. The commanders tried to press charges against him.

Strange when the US Administration say they are there for the benifit of Iraqi people, who are incidentally mostly Muslim.

Anyway Sean is out of the Army and I wish Sean, Ehda and family all the best InshaAllah. [ video inside ]

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Six questions with Datuk Zaid Ibrahim

Datuk Zaid Ibrahim has seen it all over the past 12 months. He was appointed to the Cabinet by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi a few days after the polls, to give his reform agenda some legitimacy.

He resigned when it became obvious that Abdullah's reforms were about as popular with Umno as a trek through the minefields of Cambodia. He was sacked from Umno for cozying up with the Opposition. He campaigned with Pakatan Rakyat during the Kuala Terengganu by-election and has started a foundation to make Malaysians colour-blind.

He shares his thoughts with the Malaysian Insider on post-election Malaysia.[more]

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Israeli strikes becoming facts of life in Gaza

Sat, 07 Mar 2009 18:44:33
Yousf Al-Helou, Press TV, Gaza

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Fresh US sanctions slap Zimbabwe

Mugabe has been criticized for hanging on to power for more than 28 years
US President Barack Obama extends Zimbabwe sanctions citing constant challenges to democracy and the failure to resolve political crisis.

In a message to Congress, Obama questioned the actions and policies of Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe, which he said had undermined Zimbabwe's democratic process.

"The crisis constituted by the actions and policies of certain members of the Government of Zimbabwe and other persons to undermine Zimbabwe's democratic processes or institutions has not been resolved," Obama's message to Congress suggested.[more]

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Pakatan Perak firm and planted

Before a crowd of hundreds, Pakatan Rakyat (PR) Perak commemorated the rain tree that shaded their March 3 state assembly outside the state secretariat building this morning.

Assembling at 10am, Datuk Seri Nizar Jamaluddin, who was affirmed as menteri besar during the "tree assembly," led his executive council and several assemblymen along with DAP supremo and Ipoh Timur MP Lim Kit Siang in a dedication ceremony for the "Tree of Democracy".[more]

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Palestinian caretaker PM resigns to facilitate unity talks

Sat, 07 Mar 2009 19:28:01
Sari Al-Khalili, Press TV, Ramallah
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UN Security Council Split on Sudan Expulsions

07/03/2009 | almanartv
UN Security Council members failed on Friday to agree a joint response to Sudan's decision to expel 13 humanitarian groups from the country. Western diplomats said the 15-member council had agreed to express their "concern" about the situation in Sudan during discussions Friday, but were unable to agree to a joint statement.

According to one diplomat, who asked not to be named, China -- a veto-wielding member of the council -- refused to sign up to a text which called on Sudan to reverse its decision. The Khartoum government announced it would expel the agencies after the International Criminal Court issued an arrest warrant for President Omar al-Beshir for alleged war crimes and crimes against humanity carried out in Darfur, western Sudan.[more]
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Microsoft to give users IE removal option

Internet Explorer can be removed from the new version of Windows 7
The Microsoft Corporation is designing an option in the beta version of Windows 7 that will enable users to turn off Internet Explorer.

In January, European regulators accused Microsoft of "abusing its dominant market position by bundling its Internet Explorer Web browser with its Windows operating system," Reuters reported. [more]
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Russian FM: 'Right Moment' for Progress on Disarmament

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Saturday said the "right moment" has come for progress on disarmament, following what he described as "promising" first contacts with the new US administration.

"The right moment has come today, for the first time after the end of the Cold War, for making real progress in resuming the global disarmament process on a broad agenda," he told the 65-nation United Nations Conference on Disarmament in Geneva. "I am convinced that we should not miss this opportunity."[more]

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Jelapang folk are still angry with Hee

Some voters in Jelapang are still angry over their elected representative Hee Yit Foong’s controversial decision to leave DAP. They made it obvious when she turned up at her service centre here.

Hee showed up for the first time after declaring herself as an independent representative last month. She arrived at the centre at 3pm yesterday to meet a constituent over complaints on drainage problems.[more]
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Galloway Arrives in Egypt to Join Gaza Aid Convoy

Controversial British MP George Galloway arrived in Cairo on Saturday to join a convoy that had set out from London last month carrying relief for war-torn Gaza, an airport official said.

Galloway, who has called Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak an "international criminal" for not permanently opening the Rafah crossing into Gaza, was met by officials from Mubarak's ruling National Democratic Party.

Local media reported that several opposition groups, which had been campaigning for the opening of the crossing, cancelled a planned reception for the convoy when it crossed from Libya on Thursday.[more]

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British aid convoy to Gaza on final leg of journey

Sat, 07 Mar 2009 10:46:46

Hassan Ghani, Press TV, Gamasa, Egypt

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Istana, GMP berjaya serah memo

Perarakan 100,000 rakyat mahukan Mathematik dan Sains di ajar dalam bahasa Malaysia (Melayu)

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US Needs Iran Help to Solve Afghan Issue

Iran said on Saturday the United States and world powers will be unable to restore stability in neighboring Afghanistan without the help of the Islamic republic.[more]
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United, Chelsea in FA Cup semis

Carlos Tevez (R) shoots and scores his 2nd goal against Fulham.
Manchester United and Chelsea march into the FA Cup semi-finals raising speculations of a rematch of last season's UEFA Champions League final.

United thrashed Fulham 4-0 at Craven Cottage, moving a step closer to an unprecedented quintuple.

Carlos Tevez scored the opener for The Reds 20 minutes into the game, before curling in a magnificent 25-yard power drive 10 minutes from half-time. [more]

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Iran: UNSC promotes power monopoly

Secretary of Iran's Supreme National Security Council Saeed Jalili (R) and the UN General Assembly chief Miguel d'Escoto Brockmann meets in Tehran.
A senior Iranian official has called for a fundamental review of the 'power-based' structure of the United Nations Security Council.

"The structure of the UN Security Council has been built based on power rather than democracy," Secretary of Iran's Supreme National Security Council, Saeed Jalili, said in a Saturday meeting with the visiting UN General Assembly chief, Miguel d'Escoto Brockmann.

Founded in 1946, the UNSC has 5 permanent members and 10 elected member. The permanent members - Britain, France, Russia, China and The United States - reserve the power to veto any resolution. [more]

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Israeli warplanes await S-300 sale to Iran

Russia's transfer of its S-300 air-defense systems to Iran would be the trigger point for Israel to take Iran to war, says a US think-tank.

As Iran's quest to obtain the sophisticated Russian-made anti-aircraft missile system S-300 continues to spark controversy, a new "Presidential Task Force" report on Iran by the Washington Institute for Near East Policy warns about the consequences of Iran acquiring the weapon.

The report says the potential transfer of the S-300 systems to Iran "gives rise to the grave risk that Israel could feel compelled to act before the cost of doing so is too high." [more]

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US related truck triggers Tsvangirai road ordeal

Morgan Tsvangirai (L) and
his wife Susan
The truck involved in the death of Zimbabwean Premier Morgan Tsvangirai's wife belongs to a contractor for the US and British governments.

The truck was marked with a logo of the US Agency for International Development and was purchased using US government funds and its driver was hired by a British development agency, ABC News quoted unnamed American officials as saying. [more]

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Fatal Tsvangirai crash ‘was not accident’, says MDC

The wife of Zimbabwean leader Morgan Tsvangirai has been killed in a car crash in what his party claims may have been an assassination attempt.

Movement for Democratic Change leaders in South Africa said they suspected the head on collision with a lorry which left Prime Minister Tsvangirai injured and his wife Susan dead was not a genuine accident.

Rumours that the fatal incident was a botched assassination attempt spread quickly in the country which has a history of political killings.[more]

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Mousavi 'will surely run for president'

-more on Iran's election

Expediency Council member Mir Hossein Mousavi will enter the presidential race, his campaign coordinator Qorban Behzadian-Nejad says.

“Mousavi has carried out whatever measure a candidate should do. So, his candidacy is definite,” Behzadian-Nejad added.

Moussavi, a member of the National Confidence (Etemad-e-Melli) Party, is a prominent figure among the Reformists.[more]
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Gazans celebrate Al-Quds designation as Arab culture capital

Sat, 07 Mar 2009 16:11:15

Ashraf Shannon, Press TV, Gaza

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'Reforms plan spell doom for Iran economy'

Tahmasb Mazaheri
A former Iranian official warns that the implementation of the government's economic reforms plan would deteriorate the financial system.

Tahmasb Mazaheri, the former governor of Iran's Central Bank, told Tabnak on Saturday that if the current proposals were hastily implemented, the inflation rate would skyrocket, possibly reaching to as high as 40 percent in the first year.

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's government is pushing through a plan under which the state subsidies for fuel, natural gas and electricity would be cut. The government instead would distribute cash among low-income families to compensate for the price hike caused by the plan.[more]
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Palestinian Martyred, 2 Wounded in an IAF Raid

One Palestinian fighter was martyred and two were wounded on Saturday in an Israeli air strike in the northern Gaza Strip near the town of Beit Lahiya, Palestinian medics said.[more]
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Bashir animator makes film on Gaza

A frame from Goodman's 'Closed Zone'
One of the creators of the Oscar-nominated animation Waltz with Bashir has released a short film about the recent Israeli war on Gaza.

Yoni Goodman's 90-second Closed Zone shows a Palestinian boy trying to chase a blue bird, but large hands block his way.

The film highlights Israel's tight blockade on Gaza, which has deprived dozens of Palestinians of medical and food supplies from the past 19 months.

"I'm very much against the Israeli blockade policy, and the last war was just a mistake," Goodman told The Jerusalem Post.[more]

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Iran questions Morocco severance of ties

Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki has questioned the motive behind a Moroccan decision to cut diplomatic ties with Tehran.

The Moroccan Foreign Ministry on Friday accused Iran's Embassy in Rabat of trying to "alter the religious fundamentals of the kingdom" and threaten the religious unity of the Sunni Arab kingdom.

In a statement, Morocco said Iran causes "intolerable interference in the internal affairs of the kingdom", Associated Press reported Friday.[more]

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US will not follow UK on Hezbollah

Washington is not to contact Hezbollah despite President Barack Obama's promise of contacting 'US enemies'.
Obama's administration 'is not ready' to join Britain in contacting the Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah, says the US State Department.

"We are not ready to take the same step," said the State Department's acting deputy spokesman, Gordon Duguid, on Friday after London decided to re-establish contacts with Hezbollah's political wing given its contributions to stability in Lebanon.

"Our position on Hezbollah has not changed," he added regarding Washington's age-old way of calling the group 'terrorist'; a position which was pursued strongly under former president George W. Bush.[more]

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US Army's Feb. suicide toll 'disturbing'

The US Army announces that there were 18 suspected suicides in February after an alarming increase in soldier suicides in January.

"It's a very high number, it's very disturbing," Col. Thomas Languirand, head of the Army suicide prevention program, said Thursday.

"We're taking every effort we can think of" to try to bring it down, he added.

The spike continues a four-year rise in an Army under stress from costly wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.[more]

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Hezbollah hails UK 'policy revision'

Ibrahim al-Moussawi
Hezbollah has welcomed a change in Britain's tone which signals London's willingness to hold talks with the Lebanese resistance movement.

Ibrahim al-Moussawi, a spokesman for the Islamic group, said on Friday that "this policy revision is a step in the right direction and we shall see how it translates in practical terms."

Another official for Hezbollah said that the "movement was waiting on what steps Britain would take after," dpa reported.[more]

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Hezbollah wants dialogue with Britain to be public .

Britain’s Foreign Office announced yesterday that it has re-established contact with the group’s political wing after it joined a unity government in Lebanon last year. That’s after Britain ceased contact with members of Hezbollah in 2005 and listed its military wing as a proscribed terrorist organisation last year.[more]

UK Foreign Office minister Bill Rammell

Despite Israel's protest, UK willing to open talks with Hezbollah (watch video)

Fri, 06 Mar 2009 22:27:07
Fareena Alam, Press TV, London

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Iran diplomats to come home soon

Iranian government spokesman Gholam Hossein Elham
Iran says the case of the Iranian diplomats kidnapped by US forces in Iraq's Kurdish city of Erbil in 2007 is drawing to a close.

Iranian government spokesman Gholam Hossein Elham said major efforts have been made to secure the release of the Iranian diplomats, adding, "the matter would soon be a closed cased".[more]
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World big banks to meet in London

Chief executives from leading banks in Europe, Japan and the US will discuss the financial crisis in an upcoming meeting in London.

The British government will host the talks on March 24, ahead of an April 2 summit of the Group of 20 (G20) developed and emerging economies, Japan's Nikkei economic daily reported on Saturday.[more]
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Police fire tear gas at crowd marching to Istana Negara

KUALA LUMPUR, March 7 — malaysianinsider— source : AP

Riot police have fired tear gas at hundreds of people who tried to march to Istana Negara to protest the use of English to teach maths and science.

The demonstrators wanted to submit a petition to the Yang di-Pertuan Agong today to demand that Bahasa Malaysia be reinstated in schools for the two subjects.

Some school teachers and linguists from the ethnic Malay majority have complained that a six-year-old policy of using English undermines efforts to modernise their mother tongue and to develop a scientific lexicon in Malay.

The government began a review to evaluate the success of the policy last year.

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Conflict in Sudan continues to grip UN's attention

Sat, 07 Mar 2009 06:10:49
Mike Mazzocco, Press TV, United Nations

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Conflict in Sudan continues to grip UN's attention

Sat, 07 Mar 2009 06:10:49
Mike Mazzocco, Press TV, United Nations
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Barak: Narrow government is trouble

Defense Minister
Ehud Barak
Israel's Defense Minister warns against the emergence of a narrow government, which is the expected choice by the Premier designate.

"What Israel needs is a broad unity government. A narrow right-wing coalition is trouble," Ehud Barak said on Friday, Jerusalem Post reported.

Benjamin Netanyahu's appointment as prime minister, which translated to his Likud party's leadership of the government, followed strong responses from the Labor party, chaired by Barak and Kadima, led by Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni.[more]
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