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EDITORIAL: Cold War, reloaded

The Bush administration’s planned anti-missile complex in eastern Europe and its joint development of an anti-missile system with Japan are raising the specter of a new Cold War with far-reaching consequences for global political stability.

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Charges vs. Iran recall pre-Iraq-war hysteria

The danger of a U.S. attack on Iran appears to be mounting following a series of increasingly aggressive Bush administration actions.

Judge declares mistrial on Watada case

FORT LEWIS, Wash. (AP) - The judge overseeing the court martial of an Army lieutenant who refused to deploy to Iraq declared a mistrial Wednesday, saying the soldier did not fully understand a document he signed admitting to elements of the charges.

No a la guerra! S a la Revolution!

un poema

War at Christmas time

A poem

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Cuba prepares for UN vote on blockade

On Nov. 8 the United Nations General Assembly will vote on a Cuban resolution calling for an end to the U.S. economic blockade against Cuba. In preparation for the vote, Deputy Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez held a press conference in Havana, Oct. 2, where he released Cuba’s annual report on the blockade’s impact.

FBI mosque raid sparks united outcry

PITTSBURGH — As the mostly African American and Latino congregation was preparing for weekly Friday prayers at Light of the Age mosque here on June 30, a dozen FBI agents raided the building and lined up worshippers outside at gunpoint.

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Peace Voices

Bridget Palmatier, Anna Crafton, Eden Shulz, Cathy Scott, Ed Bloch, Roberto Diaz

Contractor probed on Guantanamo deal

A former division of one of the nation’s largest outsourcing contractors, Affiliated Computer Services (ACS), is under investigation for violating federal procurement regulations because it allegedly supplied interrogators and intelligence analysts to the Defense Department under false pretenses.

HAITI Crisis continues

As the United Nations prepared to send a peacekeeping force to Haiti, armed gangs continued to hold sway in the country, while the Caribbean Community (Caricom) and Venezuela refused to recognize the U.S.-installed interim government.

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