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- 04/02/18--13:28: John Bolton Is Good for the U.S. and Bad for Iran
- 01/12/06--04:15: Meanwhile, There's A War On
Judging by the rhetoric coming out of Tehran, John Boltons appointment as Americas National Security Advisor is the worst thing that ever happened. The Secretary of Irans Supreme National Security Council labeled Boltons appointment a matter of shame. The Chairman of the Iranian Parliament's Committee on National Security and Foreign Policy declared, "The use of hardline elements against the Islamic Republic of Iran shows that the Americans seek to exert more pressure on Iran.First Vice President Eshaq Jahangiri opined, They (US officials) are wrong to assume that the Iranian nation will give in to their threats against the Islamic Republic. ...
A woman was denied French nationality after refusing to shake hands with officials during the official citizenship ceremony, it has been reported this week. The Algerian woman was attending the official ceremony in Isère, southeast France, after her successfully applying for citizenship via her marriage to a French national.But she expressly refused to shake hands with the secretary-general of the prefecture and another local official, according to a case heard by Frances highest court the Conseil dÉtat (State Council) that was published on the French governments justice website LegiFrance. The woman claims her actions at the ceremony in Isère, eastern...
Meanwhile, There's A War On by John HinderakerWe noted here the mysteriously under-covered story of the three would-be terrorists who were arrested in Italy after vowing to launch an attack on America that would dwarf September 11. A reader sent us a link to this article, which has more: The mainstream U.S. media outlets have failed to report a major terrorist plot against the U.S. - because it would tend to support President Bush's use of NSA domestic surveillance, according to media watchdog groups. News of a planned attack masterminded by three Algerians operating out of Italy was widely...
An EU migrant facing 542 criminal investigations - including robbery and drugs offences - cannot be deported because authorities don't know where he came from. The man, who arrived in Germany in 1998 without a passport, has allegedly been using legal loopholes to remain in the country. After being was arrested by German police, he claimed to be from North African countries including Algeria and Morocco. ... High commissioner Ruedigar Buchta told German newspaper Bild: 'A third of the proceedings were for possession and purchase of narcotics. 'Some were for the fraudulent acquisition of services like fare dodging. Added to...
A MIGRANT facing hundreds of criminal investigations cannot be deported from Germany because officials have no idea where he is from. The man, who came to Germany in 1998 without a passport, claims to be from various North African countries including Algeria and Morocco. He has allegedly been using legal loopholes to stay in Germany despite having a staggering 542 criminal investigations against him. The migrant has been accused of a string of crimes including assault, theft, robbery and buying drugs, local media said. He was recently arrested by police but authorities have clue what the man's name is...