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Exiled Leader Fights For Xinjang.


THINKING OUT LOUD

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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Fairus finally quits as Penang Deputy CM

Fairus Khairuddin, the Penang deputy chief minister, has quit, confirming swirling speculation about his position amid a cloud of suspicion over his conduct.

The PKR man submitted his resignation to Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng of the DAP, and it has been accepted.

Lim made the announcement at a press conference in Penang today.

However, the CM declined to disclose the reasons for Fairus’s resignation.[more]


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Somali dissidents brace for al-Shabaab war

Former Somali government officials are preparing troops to wrest control of towns south of the Horn of Africa country from al-Shabaab.

The ousted administers of Somalia's southern regions of Bay and Bakool are massing troops in the border town of El Barde in a bid to strike al-Shabaab positions in Rabdhure, Wajid and Hudur, a Press TV correspondent reported.

The sources within the former government camp confirmed the intention to attack the armed group -- viewed as the military wing of the Union of Islamic Courts (UIC) -- in the upcoming days without going into further details. [more]

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Abortion, premature births surge in Gaza after war






Tue, 17 Mar 2009 11:42:51
Yousef Al-Helou, Press TV, Gaza
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Miliband admits 'stalemate' in Afghanistan

British Foreign Secretary David Miliband said the allied forces face a "strategic stalemate" in some parts of Afghanistan.
British Foreign Secretary David Miliband says the UK, the US and their allies face a "strategic stalemate" in some parts of Afghanistan.

"In parts of the country there is a strategic stalemate. It is not true that the Taliban are overrunning our forces because in any conventional encounter they lose," Miliband told BBC.

The British diplomat added, "They are a terrorist, counter-insurgency force which is able to do grave and grievous damage to our own troops and others."[ more ]

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Malaysian PM said to hand power to deputy on April 2











Fri, 20 Mar 2009 18:36:02
Mahi Ramakrishnan, Press TV, Kuala Lumpur
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Financial crisis produces some winners

Bank and businesses have collapsed and thousands of people have lost their jobs in the global economic crisis, but some companies appear to be faring well.

Cadbury, the chocolate maker, says its profits are up 30 per cent, as consumers reach for something sweet in times of economic gloom.

As Al Jazeera's Tania Page reports from London, the crisis has produced other winners as well.[ video inside ]

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Sarawak

The Malaysian state of Sarawak plans to build 12 new hydro-electric dams along the state's waterways, saying the projects will create jobs, provide cheap renewable energy and meet the demands of future industrialisation.

The dams are supposed to push the total generating capacity in the state to 7,000MW by 2020, an increase of more than 600 per cent from the current capacity.

There are plans to expand the aluminium-smelting industry in the state which will need the planned output.

But critics question the sustainability of the project.[ video inside ]

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Hina Sultan Perak menerusi Internet : Enam didakwa

Enam orang dihadapkan ke mahkamah hari ini atas tuduhan menghina Sultan Perak Sultan Azlan Shah menerusi Internet.

Seorang mengaku salah dan didenda RM10,000.Ini kali pertama kerajaan menggunakan Akta Komiunikasi dan Multimedia untuk bertindak ke atas pengguna Internet.




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Focus on Gaza - Factional Fighting

March 20, 2009 - In this week's Focus On Gaza we look at two blows suffered by the Israeli army. Firstly a UN report which brands the recent Israeli war on Gaza as illegal.

Secondly the chilling accounts of a disregard for civilian safety from its own soldiers involved in the operation, published this week in a leading Israeli newspaper.

We also look at internal dischord among the Palestinian movement and the numerous factions involved.

In a special report our correspondent Hoda Abdel Hamid brings together two Gazan students one from each of the two opposing groups - living very different lives and separated by factional rivalry.

Our senior political analyst Marwan Bishara reveals the real chances of a unity government being negociated by the leaders of these factions in talks in Cairo.[more]


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Israel forced to open face-saving probe

Israel has been accused of turning Gaza into a testing lab for "extremely nasty" weapons and a devastated slum similar to the Warsaw Ghetto.
The political debacle prompted by the confession of Israeli military personnel about their conduct in Gaza has forced the launch of a probe.

With Israeli armed forces having themselves confessed to the wanton killing of civilians as well as immoral behavior in the Gaza Strip and the issue spilling into politics, the Israeli military has been forced to take action.

Military Advocate General Brig. Gen. Avichai Mendelblit on Thursday ordered the Military Police Investigation unit to launch a probe into the testimony of Israeli veterans of the three-week war.[ more ]

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Russia orders major S-400 deployment

Army trucks moving
S-400 batteries
The Russian army has doubled the deployment of its hi-tech anti-ballistic S-400 missiles in the face of its growing concerns of air attacks.

Russian Defense Minister Anatoly Serdyukov recently announced that Moscow had authorized a new military division to employ 32 S-400 interceptor missiles capable of hitting low-cruising stealth aircrafts and intermediate-range ballistic missiles to ward off possible attacks.

The S-400, alias SA-21 Growler, enjoys versatile firing facets and can destroy targets flying low at a speed exceeding 2.5 Mach or just over 3,000 km per hour -- a feature lacked by modern US Tomahawk cruise missiles.[ more ]

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Israeli soldiers fought 'religious war' in Gaza

Israeli soldiers say they thought they were fighting a holy war in Gaza.
Israeli soldiers believed they were fighting a "religious war" against gentiles in January's Gaza offensive, a commander has revealed.

The Israeli army commander said military and non-military rabbis had circulated pamphlets among the battlefield troops, describing the operation as a "religious war" and that they were carrying out a "religious mission".[ more ]


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Experts: Islamic banking savior of Malaysian economy









Fri, 20 Mar 2009 10:29:57
Mahi Ramakrishnan, Press TV, Kuala Lumpur

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US attends SCO meeting on Afghanistan

Members of Shanghai Co-operation Organization
The US will attend a meeting on Afghanistan sponsored by the Shanghai Cooperation Organization(SCO) amid speculations that its delegates might meet Iran's.

"Deputy Assistant Secretary for South and Central Asian Affairs Patrick Moon is planning to attend this Shanghai Cooperation Organization conference in Moscow on the 27th of March," State Department spokesman, Robert Wood, said on Thursday.[ more ]


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India snubs US over troops pull back

India's border soldiers stand guard at the tense Indian-Pakistani border
The Indian government has strongly rejected a call by the United States to pull back armed forces from its troubled border with Pakistan.

Indian Foreign Secretary Shivshankar Menon during his recent visit to Washington told the US senior officials that New Delhi wouldn't move its troops back along the border, media reports said Friday.

Also, Indian defense sources said that Islamabad had deployed several army brigades along Indo-Pakistan border in Jehlum-Chenab and Chenab-Ravi corridors.

Pakistan has also deployed more troops along the Line of Control in disputed Kashmir region, according to sources.[more]


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Hearing into dubious autopsy report starts in Kuala Lumpur









Thu, 19 Mar 2009 14:37:00
Mahi Ramakrishnan, Press TV, Kuala Lumpur
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Today's Feature : Safari 4

How many of you out there use Safari as your main Web browser? Well, if you do, you might be interested to know that Apple has released Safari 4 Beta! If you don't use it now, this would be a great time to check it out. The new version packs a big punch with only a couple drawbacks. Let's check it out!

First, the new version of Safari is fast! I installed it and it loads pages faster than any other browser I've ever used. Secondly, version 4 is well laid out. The tabs have moved to the top of the screen, which is a great idea. Also, the menu bar is greatly reduced so that you have more screen available to see your favorite Web pages.[more]



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UN sees grave war crime in Gaza war

Richard Falk is an American
law professor at Princeton University
A United Nations human rights investigator says the Israeli military action on densely populated Gaza Strip constitutes grave war crime.

Richard Falk, UN special rapporteur on human rights in the Palestinian territories, said under the Geneva Conventions if warring forces cannot distinguish between military targets and surrounding civilians, "launching the attacks is inherently unlawful and would seem to constitute a war crime of the greatest magnitude under international law."

"On the basis of the preliminary evidence available, there is reason to reach this conclusion," said Falk's annual 26-page report to the UN Human Rights Council.[ more ]


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UK police admit brutality against Muslim suspect







Wed, 18 Mar 2009 18:39:30
Roshan Muhammed Salih, Press TV, London
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The Power Supply

So, tell me, has your computer ever made a noise that sounds like one of your fans is dying? I'm sure you would know if it has, because it can be pretty loud and it usually just sounds awful! Well, either way, I'm willing to bet that your fan really isn't the culprit here. Nope, it could be your power supply instead. If you have a noisy fan, you smell something burning or you see smoke or flames shooting out the back of your computer, you may very well have a problem with your power supply. And I assure you, that's a whole lot worse than a dead fan if you don't catch it right away. Keep reading for more on this! [ more ]

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Axis of Evil

US, UK conspiring to halt UN from acting on Gaza crisis





Thu, 19 Mar 2009 01:44:23
Mike Mazzocco, Press TV, United Nations

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Two US Navy Vessels Collide in Strait of Hormuz


A US Navy submarine and a US amphibious vessel collided in the Strait of Hormuz on Friday slightly injuring 15 sailors and creating a fuel spill of around 25,000 gallons, the US Navy said.

"The collision between USS Hartford (SSN 768) and USS New Orleans (LPD 18) occurred at approximately 1:00 am local time (2030 GMT on Thursday)," the Bahrain-based Fifth Fleet said. "Fifteen sailors aboard the Hartford were slightly injured and returned to duty. No personnel aboard New Orleans were injured," it added. A US Navy submarine and a US amphibious vessel collided in the Strait of Hormuz on Friday slightly injuring 15 sailors and creating a fuel spill of around 25,000 gallons, the US Navy said.[more]

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UN scrambling to put a stop to Afghanistan turmoil

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Abbas: Israel refuses our water share

Mahmoud Abbas accuses Israel of imposing a chronic water shortage on Palestinians, demanding a rightful share of water before any peace deal.

In a message read at the World Water Forum in Istanbul, the acting Palestinian Authority chief criticized Israel's unilateral control over rivers and aquifers and unequal sharing of water resources in contrast to international law.

Abbas said Palestinians had four times less water per capita than Israelis living in the occupied West Bank, a consumption level that fell far below the guidelines by the World Health Organization (WHO) for minimum daily access to water.[ more ]


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Madagascar's new leaders under fire

Madagascan soldiers openning the way for the new president.
Regional players in Africa have disowned the new Madagascan leadership -- in power following what has been denounced as a military coup.

On Thursday, the 15-nation intergovernmental organization, Southern African Development Community (SADC), refused to recognize the government of the former Madagascan opposition leader Andry Rajoelina.

The former opposition chief took interim power after military forces loyal to him revolted against the former president Marc Ravalomanana.[more]

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Botswana's forces leave Sudan

The government of Botswana has withdrawn its peace-keeping troops from war-torn Sudan.

Speaking to Press TV in the country's capital, Gaborone, Justice, Defense and Security Minister, Dikgakgamatso Seretse, said the southern African country decided to pull out its troops from Sudan because of unrest where its peace keeping contingent are deployed.

"Due to the unrest in areas where the troops are deployed, the government had decided to pull its peace-keeping contingent, both Botswana police and members of Botswana Defense Force, from Sudan."[ more ]


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Lebanese parliament nods at lowering voting age to 18







Thu, 19 Mar 2009 18:50:44
Mariam Saleh, Press TV, Beirut
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'MKO members have no place in Iraq'

Iraqi government
spokesman Ali al-Dabbagh
Iraq has urged other countries to find a place for the members of Mujahedin-e-Khalq group (MKO) who have been based in the country for about two decades.

"We do not wish to take responsibility for the sin of the presence of a terrorist organization in Iraq, which causes us domestic problems and problems with countries of the region," Iraqi government spokesman, Ali al-Dabbagh, told Reuters on Thursday.[ more ]
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Nethanyahu 'asks for extra time to form government'

Benjamin Netanyahu will ask for extra time to form a
new government.
Israel's Premier-designate reportedly will ask for extra time to form a government amid an effort to lure the Labor party into joining his coalition.

Likud Party leader, Benjamin Netanyahu, who has been tasked to form a new government by President Shimon Peres is expected to meet with him on Sunday, and ask for a 14-day extra time to form the new government, the Israeli daily Yediot Ahronot reported on Thursday.

Netanyahu's original mandate of 28 days, which expires on Friday, can be extended by up to a fortnight.

The Likud chairman hopes to persuade Labor Party leader, Ehud Barak, to join his coalition.[ more ]


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Revisit - Fatah Hamas Negotiations.

Hamas, Fatah agree on 2010 elections





Mon, 16 Mar 2009 21:47:35
Mohamed Abd Elmonem, Press TV, Cairo

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US civilians to join Afghan war

US troops in Afghanistan
Hundreds of American nationals are to join the sprawling population of US servicemen in Afghanistan aiding "the counterinsurgency operations".

The White House has pinned on the drawing the plan which has been floated by senior national security think tanks, The Washington Post

The non-military population, comprising of experts drawn from different US state-run agencies, is allegedly to aid development projects in the war-scarred country.[more]


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Sivakumar’s case agst Election Commission deferred to Mar 27

The Kuala Lumpur High Court has set March 27 to hear Perak Speaker V Sivakumar’s suit against the Election Commission for not holding by-elections in three state constituencies that he declared vacant.

Justice Lau Bee Lan allowed the postponement sought by Sivakumar’s lawyers because there were several other on-going legal cases related to the incident, which had sparked the events leading to the current constitutional impasse in the north-western state.[more]

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Israeli drones operating in Iraq, Afghanistan

Heron unmanned aerial vehicle
Israeli-built drones have been operating in the skies of Iraq and Afghanistan for the last three years under the US-led coalition.

The US Army has been operating Hunter model of unmanned aerial vehicles over Iraq. The UAVs were manufactured in the Mississippi-based subsidiary of Israel Aerospace Industries - Stark Aerospace, Haaretz reported on Thursday.[more]
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US tells India to pull back troops

Soldiers of the Indian Border Security Force (BSF) patrol along the border with Pakistan
India comes under unexpected pressure from the US and has been told to pull back troops from its troubled border with Pakistan.

Senior US officials told Indian Foreign Secretary Shivshankar Menon on Thursday that India should pull its troops back to peace positions, the Hindustan Times reported.

An outraged New Delhi said the deployment of troops by Pakistan along the border had been the initial cause for concern in the Indian armed forces.[more]


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Turkish Evidence hurts Israel land grabbing dreams

Palestinians sit near the site where the al-Kurd family lived (Jerusalem) after police removed a tent built on the site of their demolished house in late 2008. Palestinians have suffered from Israeli land grabs for nearly sixty years.
A document recently uncovered from Ottoman archives in Ankara dispels Israeli misconceptions on the ownership of East al-Quds (Jerusalem).

If an Israeli court rules based on a document provided by Turkey, a 30-year-old dispute over the ownership of around 30 buildings in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood will end and Palestinian families threatened with eviction will be able to save their homes, Israeli daily Ha'aretz

Attorneys representing the Palestinians said they were granted access to the archives following the recent strains in Israel-Turkey relations.[more]

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China to flex naval muscles in disputed seas

The US has released this picture, claiming Chinese vessels were harassing its surveillance ships, the USNS Impeccable.
China has decided to step up naval patrols in the waters of the South China Sea, following a confrontation with a US naval ship.

Fisheries department director Wu Zhuang said the motive behind the decision is that illegal fishing has increased and "unfounded territorial claims" have been raised in seas China sees as its own, state media reported Thursday.

"Faced with a growing amount of illegal fishing and other countries' unfounded territorial claims... it has become necessary to step up the fishery administration's patrols to protect China's rights and interests," the China Daily quoted the official as saying.[more]

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Muslim Separatists kill 4 troops in Thai south

Thai troops on patrol in Thailand's Southernmost provinces where more than 3,600 people have been killed during five years of insurgency.
Suspected separatists have killed at least four paramilitary soldiers in an ambush in troubled southern Thailand, military officials say.[ more ]
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Pakatan to name candidate for Bt Gantang on Monday

PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang will announce the party’s candidate for the parliamentary by-election in Bukit Gantang, Perak, on Monday.

“We will hold a meeting on March 23 and announce the name of the candidate at night,” said PAS election director Mustafa Ali today.

“From the information I have received, the PAS election machinery is running smoothly. There is minor improvement to be made before the by-election.”[more]


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Malaysia could go the way of the Philippines

In the early 1960s, the Philippines was an economic power. In fact, during the era, the archipelago nation boasted one of the largest economies in Asia, behind only Japan.

Today, while it remains an important part of Asean and the world community at large, it's safe to say that those glory days are long over. When most outsiders think of the Philippines today, it is political instability, economic struggle, crime and corruption that often come to mind.

Those insisting on science and maths continuing to be taught in English here, take note: the Philippines uses English as a medium of instruction. But when fundamental issues are neglected, failure is a word that exists in any language.

In such difficult circumstances, it's no surprise that resourceful Filipinos have looked for opportunities abroad. About 8 per cent of the country's population are employed as migrant labour outside the Philippines. The people are willing to work. Unfortunately, the jobs are elsewhere.[more]

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Somali students protest AMISOM acts

Africa Union peacekeeper
Somali students take to the streets, demanding that AMISOM stops using civilian districts and universities as military bases in Mogadishu.[more]
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Police ban Anwar’s Taiping ceramah, venue moved to Bt Cempedak

Police have banned a Pakatan Rakyat ceramah due to be held in Simpang, Taiping, where the main draw was a keynote address by Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim.

The charismatic leader had been expected to present the latest state of play of the political events overtaking Perak and the rest of the nation. Pakatan Menteri Besar for Perak Nizar Jamaluddin was also due to take part.[more]

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Perak Pakatan cooperates with MACC ‘under protest’

Five Pakatan Rakyat (PR) members of the Perak state assembly’s Rights and Privileges Committee had their statements recorded by anti-corruption officers today but insisted they had done so under protest.

They had earlier refused to give their statements to the police on their decision on Feb 18 to suspend Perak Mentri Besar Datuk Dr Zambry Abd Kadir and his six executive council members from the assembly.

Four committee members — DAP’s Ong Boon Piow (Tebing Tinggi), Loke Chee Yan (Kepayang) and Sum Cheok Leng (Bercham) and PKR’s Chan Ming Kai — turned up at the Perak Malaysian Anti Corruption Commission (MACC) headquarters here at about 11.30am in compliance with the commission’s summons.[more]

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Najib’s men move to contain Umno fallout

Aides and supporters of Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak are moving on the ground feverishly to contain the fallout from the decision to bar Datuk Seri Ali Rustam from contesting the deputy president's position in Umno.

With a week to go before the polls, they are concerned that party delegates previously aligned to Ali are now throwing their support behind Tan Sri Muhammad Muhammad Taib, instead of Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, their preferred choice as the party number two and deputy prime minister.

Several Umno divisional chiefs, warlords and opinion makers told The Malaysian Insider that they have been contacted in the past 24 hours by aides and supporters of Najib, urging them to go down to the ground and douse fires of revolt among party delegates who are upset at the action taken by the Umno disciplinary board against Ali.[more]

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Anwar coy about Fairus’s future.

Opposition Leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim was forced today to dispel swirling rumours that he had asked PKR’s Penang deputy chief minister Fairus Khairuddin to resign amid a cloud of suspicion.

But The Malaysian Insider understands that Anwar is planning to announce Fairus’s resignation at a public rally in Bukit Gantang, Perak tonight.

Anwar appeared uneasy when asked by reporters in Parliament about speculation over Fairus’s position.

“As far as I know, Fairus is carrying out his duties and is on leave for a few days,” he replied when asked to confirm the rumours.[more]

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Israeli soldiers admit 'murdering' Gazans

Israeli soldiers have confessed to wanton killing of Palestinian civilians and behaving immorally during the Operation Cast Lead in Gaza.

The soldiers who fought in the Gaza war told a post-operation conference that they had killed Palestinian civilians and intentionally destroyed their property under permissive rules of engagement.

"When we entered a house, we were supposed to bust down the door and start shooting inside and just go up story by story... I call that murder. Each story, if we identify a person, we shoot them. I asked myself - how is this reasonable?", an Israeli soldier said.[more]

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Gold rallies over 7% as Fed move fuels inflation fears

NEW YORK (MarketWatch) -- Gold futures climbed to top $950 an ounce after the Federal Reserve pledged to purchase as much as $1.15 trillion in U.S. bonds and mortgage-backed securities to encourage lending, sparking worries of inflation ahead.

"Looking ahead, we fear inflation. It may be that Dr. Bernankenstein has created a monster beyond his control," Michael Farr, president of Farr, Miller & Washington, said of Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke.

The U.S. dollar's losses in the wake of the Fed's move also lifted gold prices, with investors buying gold as a hedge against inflation and a weaker dollar.[more]

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Border re-demarcation for Malaysia and Brunei

The re-demarcation of the Malaysia-Brunei border will be carried out to resolve various border issues including that of Limbang, Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Utama Dr Rais Yatim said today.

He said the issue of Limbang would be regarded as resolved once the exchange of border agreements signed by both countries was finalised.

Dr Rais made these comments in response to an article in The Borneo Bulletin and the Brunei Times on the status of Limbang. [more]


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Brunei denies Limbang story

YB Pehin Orang Kaya Pekerma Dewa Dato Seri Setia Awg Lim Jock Seng (photo), Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade II, yesterday said claims on Limbang were never discussed during Monday's deliberations between Brunei and Malaysia.

He was responding to YB Dato Paduka Hj Puasa bin Orang Kaya Seri Pahlawan Tudin's query on the contents of the "Letter of Exchange" signed between Brunei and Malaysia, which also touched on Brunei's claims over Limbang at the Legislative Council meeting yesterday.

Pehin Lim said there were certain press reports yesterday claiming that Brunei has dropped claims over Limbang. [ more ]

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Israel nabs 10 senior Hamas members

Israeli forces have arrested twenty Palestinians, including ten Hamas senior leaders in the West Bank, Israeli media and military say.

Israeli army forces detained 20 Palestinians in a pre-dawn raid in the West Bank early Thursday.

According to the Palestinians, the detainees include Nasser Shaher, a former Palestinian deputy prime minister, and several Hamas lawmakers.[more].

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Brunei drops claim over Limbang District, says Abdullah

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN: Brunei has officially dropped its long-standing claim over Sarawak’s Limbang district after the two countries resolved various land and maritime territory disputes.

“Brunei has decided to drop the Limbang issue and as a result, Limbang is part of Malaysian territory,” Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi announced to Malaysian media.

The resolution of the disputes were sealed via the signing of the Letters of Exchange by Abdullah and the Sultan of Brunei Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah at Istana Nurul Iman here yesterday.[more]

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IRGC destroys soft coup networks

Iran's Islamic Revolution Guards Corps has dismantled specific internet networks and websites that were planning a soft coup in the country.

In a statement released on Wednesday night, the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) said its intelligence forces had identified and dismantled several internet networks. They announced the networks had been involved in organized cyberspace offences which targeted the 'security and culture' of Iranian society.[more]

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