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May 2006

Wednesday, May 31

  • US Accused of Diluting Global Aids Targets
  • Gore: Bush is 'Renegade Rightwing Extremist'
  • Wing and a Prayer: Religious Right Got Bush Elected - Now They Are Fighting Each Other
  • Afghans Call for Trial of U.S. Troops
  • Exxon Mobil Meeting Draws Protesters
  • 2 Studies Link Global Warming to Greater Power of Hurricanes
  • Aids Pandemic Spreading to Every Corner of the Globe, Says UN
  • Canadians Healthier Than Americans - Study
  • Some Democrats Criticize Clinton's Cautious Approach to Politics
  • Hurdle for US in Getting Data on European Airline Passengers
  • Supreme Court Ruling Limits Free Speech at Work
  • 1950 Letter Shows US Approved of Killing Korean War Refugees


    Tuesday, May 30

  • Energy-Hungry Nations Also Most Wasteful
  • Congress Balks at Pentagon 'War on Terror' Missile Fearing Nuclear War
  • Small Towns Tell a Cautionary Tale about the Private Control of Water
  • Hunger Strikers Soar to 75 at Guantanamo Bay
  • Massacre Story Mars Memorial Day
  • US Faces New Challenge after Riots in Kabul Puncture Illusion of Calm
  • Search for Sushi Draining Mediterranean's Red Tuna Stocks
  • Neo-cons Question Bush's Democratisation Strategy
  • Hillary Pays a Price
  • 25 Years on, Anti-AIDS Drive Still Falling Short


    Monday, May 29

  • Riots, Gunfire after US Troops Shoot Dead Four in Kabul
  • War Crimes: My Lai is a Lesson from History
  • Bloody Scenes Haunt a Marine
  • Guns Becoming as Important as Food in Iraq


    Sunday, May 28

  • The Children of Guantanamo Bay
  • Moscow Gay Rights March Meets with Violence, Police
  • Cheney Aide is Screening Legislation; Adviser Seeks to Protect Bush Power
  • At Least 1,000 British Troops 'Desert' Since Iraq War, BBC Reports
  • California Town the Latest to Snub Wal-Mart


    Saturday, May 27

  • Lamont vs Lieberman: Battle for a Dem's Soul?
  • Photos Indicate Civilians Slain Execution-Style
  • Iranian-Backed Militia Groups Take Control of Much of Southern Iraq
  • Can Tony Blair Really Be Eyeing UN's Top Job?
  • Chavez Spreads His Oil Wealth in Bolivia
  • China: Going Organic


    Friday, May 26

  • Military to Report That Marines Killed Iraqi Civilians
  • ACLU Seeks Public Hearings in Phone Record Scandal
  • Basra Begins to Fall Apart
  • "Nukes Breed Nukes," ElBaradei Warns
  • Iraq Says It Backs Iran's Right to Nuclear Program
  • Secular Iraqis Unimpressed by New Government
  • Experts Say Cheney Can't Avoid Testifying
  • Pressure Grows on Bush to Engage Iran Directly
  • A New Protest Song: Joan Baez - She Shall Overcome


    Thursday, May 25

  • Enron Jurors Find Lay, Skilling Guilty
  • FDA Shuts out Senior Officials from Plan B Release Decision
  • Trouble Spots Threaten Perfect Storm of Global Crises
  • Right-Wing Israel Lobby Seizes on Olmert Visit
  • Iran Proposal to U.S. Offered Peace with Israel
  • We're Walking, Talking Toxic Waste Dumps
  • TV Ads That Doubt Climate Change are 'Misleading'
  • FCC's Martin Orders Probe of TV Stations That Air Ads as News
  • Texas Town Remembers Last Time U.S. Military Was on the Border
  • U-turn by White House As it Blocks Direct Talks with Iran


    Wednesday, May 24

  • Bush Democracy Doctrine, 2003(?)-2006, R.I.P
  • ACLU Considering Blocking Criticism from its Board
  • Chavez Says Bush Bad for World Peace
  • U.S. Plan to Lure Nurses May Hurt Poor Nations
  • Police Target Anti-War Protester and Make off with Banners
  • Environmentalists Urge Global Ban on Fishing Trawlers
  • Gore's 'Inconvenient Truth' Turns up the Heat


    Tuesday, May 23

  • Documents Describe Technology Allegedly Used in Surveillance by Telecom Giant
  • Shoppers' Thirst for Palm Oil Threatens to Wipe out Orangutan
  • Grads Urged to Take Ideals to Interviews
  • War on Terror ‘Undermining Human Rights’
  • Drug Companies 'Failing to Meet Health Needs of World's Poorest'
  • Listening in? Electronic Frontier Foundation Accuses AT&T of Violating Users' Digital Privacy
  • Concern Mounts over Civilian Deaths in Afghanistan
  • Iran Target of Apparent Disinformation Ploy
  • Global Warming Could Be Worse Than Predicted, Research Shows


    Monday, May 22

  • US Sets up £215m Deal for Afghan Arms - from Russia
  • 1 in 136 U.S. Residents Behind Bars
  • Rising Ocean Temperatures Threaten Florida's Coral Reef
  • Why is Cancer Sweeping Tiny Fort Chipewyan?
  • UK, Israel to Talk on Britons Shot by Troops in Gaza
  • Demonstrations Expected as Rice Speaks at Boston College
  • Murtha to Receive JFK Award for Iraq Stance
  • Bush's Faith Worries Albright


    Sunday, May 21

  • Breaking Point: the inside Story of the Guantanamo Uprising
  • Americans Don't Like Bush Personally Much Anymore, Either
  • The Dixie Chicks: America Catches Up With Them
  • In Open Split with Bush, Top US Conservative Calls for Independent Movement
  • Where Have All the Icebergs Gone?


    Saturday, May 20

  • Iraq is Disintegrating as Ethnic Cleansing Takes Hold
  • US Groups Hail Censure of Washington's "Terror War"
  • Reversing Policy, US "Froze" Iran Talks in March
  • Deep-Sea Fish 'Plundered' to Extinction by Trawling
  • McCain Gets Cantankerous Reception at Commencement


    Friday, May 19

  • Middle America: Welcome to the Center of the USA
  • 4 Guantanamo Prisoners Attempt Suicide in One Day
  • UN Panel Urges U.S. to Shut Guantanamo, End Torture
  • Is US Using Enemy to Fight a Proxy War?
  • Top Air Force Brass Said to be under FBI Probe
  • Italy Calls Iraq War 'Grave Error'
  • Actress Susan Sarandon Endorses Clinton Opponent in Senate Race
  • Democratic Activists Seek to Punish Their Own for Backing Bush


    Thursday, May 18

  • Pentagon Report Said to Find Killing of Iraqi Civilians Deliberate
  • Bush Turns to Big Military Contractors for Border Control
  • Senate Votes to Erect a 350-mile Fence along the Mexican Border
  • NSA Killed System That Sifted Phone Data Legally
  • Western Projects are Bleeding Afghanistan Dry, Says Minister
  • Global Food Supply Near the Breaking Point
  • Films on Guantánamo and Iraq Face War of Cuts
  • As 'Organic' Goes Mainstream, Will Standards Suffer?


    Wednesday, May 17

  • Blair Presses Nuclear Button, Ignites Political Storm
  • U.S. Antiwar Activists Launch Campaign Supporting Conscientious Objectors
  • AT&T Whistle-Blower's Evidence
  • Stumbling Into a Spy Scandal
  • Bush Upsets Everybody with Plan on Immigration
  • Selling off Public Assets Part of Bush Admin Transportation Secretary Congestion Plan
  • Cheney Outguns the President on White House Gift List
  • Castro Denies Claims He Has $900m Fortune: 'Why would I want money?'
  • Study: Exxon Valdez Oil Lingers in Alaska
  • Asbestos-Laden French Ship Returns to Home Port


    Tuesday, May 16

  • US Assaults Wiretap Suit; AT&T Accused of Aiding Surveillance
  • AIDS and a Lost Generation: Children Raising Children
  • Big Corporate Tax Breaks Upheld; Justices Say Taxpayers Had No Right to Fight State Incentives in U.S. Court
  • Global Warming Turns Pristine Coral into Rubble
  • Crack of Israeli Bullets Ends Activists' Protest against Barrier
  • Chavez Ridicules Washington's Weapons Ban
  • FCC Member Voices Concern on Wiretaps


    Monday, May 15

  • West's Failure over Climate Change 'Will Kill 182m Africans'
  • Too Late to Shut the Gate on Killer 'Mad Cow'
  • Americans Do Double-Take at President Gore's Oval Office Address
  • 'Racist' Marriage Law Upheld by Israel
  • Sarandon Joins Vigil Against Iraq War
  • Qwest Goes From the Goat to the Hero
  • Federal Source to ABC News: We Know Who You're Calling
  • Majority of Americans against Phone Record Collection
  • Green Groups See Red over Pombo Web Site
  • Move of Halliburton Meeting Draws Fire
  • Fired CIA Officer Sure Cohorts Lied


    Saturday, May 13

  • US Moves in Secret to Quash Suit against AT&T
  • With Gas Prices Flying High, Annan Calls for Energy Revolution
  • Bush Expected to Order Thousands of Troops to Mexican Border
  • Transnational Corporations Stand Condemned
  • US Government has Long History of Abusing Personal Information
  • Spy Agency Watching Americans From Space


    Friday, May 12

  • International Red Cross: Rice, Rumsfeld Block Access to Secret Detainees
  • Widows Reach Beyone 9/11 to Aid Afghans
  • Small Arms Shipped from Bosnia to Iraq 'Go Missing' as Pentagon Uses Dealers
  • Iran Nuclear Conflict Is About U.S. Dominance
  • A New Report Says the Pentagon's Finances are in Disarray
  • Chomsky Says U.S. Pressuring Syria, Iran to 'Punish Disobedience'
  • Wal-Mart Eyes Organic Foods
  • Bush May Have Crossed the Line by Tracking Every US Phone Call
  • Maine Verizon Customers File Complaint over NSA Surveillance
  • Reports Said to Confirm Lawsuit Linking AT&T to 'Data Mining'


    Thursday, May 11

  • NSA Has Massive Database of Americans' Phone Calls
  • Emergency Aid May Be Too Little, Too Late for Palestinians Trying to Survive a Crisis
  • NSA Stymies Justice Dept. Spying Probe
  • Pressure Grows on Guantanamo
  • Putin Lashes Out at 'Wolf-Like' America
  • Clinton Turns On Charm to Woo the Right
  • Roddick Targets Nestlé after Corporate 'Sell-Out'
  • Disposable Nappies: a Looming Environmental Threat?
  • UN Launches New Chapter in Human Rights Defense


    Wednesday, May 10

  • Global Arms Shipments out of Control: Amnesty
  • US Infant Mortality Rate Next to Last of Industrialized Nations
  • Poll Gives Bush His Worst Marks Yet
  • Threat Seen From Antibacterial Soap Chemicals
  • US Freeze on Medical Aid Takes its Toll
  • Jewish Community Worried About Iran Backlash
  • Veteran Protesters Face Jail under New Anti-Terror Laws
  • Divine Strake Test-Blast Battle Not over Yet
  • Protesters Object to McCain as New School Commencement Speaker


    Tuesday, May 9

  • Activists Fear U.S. "Help" Could Spur Crackdown
  • US Overlooks New Uranium Enrichment Facility in Brazil
  • 'Robin Hood' Gang Rob Gourmet Stores to Feed Hamburg's Poor
  • "Green" Pay, Not Crop Subsidies Say Activists
  • China's "Cancer Villages" Pay Heavy Price for Economic Progress
  • Feingold: Democrats Must Stand Up to Bush
  • Corporate Reform is Big Business, But Is It Sticking?
  • American Activist Finds Her Calling in Afghan Hot Spot
  • Rupert Murdoch to Host Fundraiser for Hillary Clinton
  • Optimistic, Democrats Debate the Party's Vision
  • Iraq War Is Drawing Less Support Than Vietnam Did at Same Stage


    Monday, May 8

  • BP Refinery in Texas Called Biggest Polluter
  • Liberal Bloggers Call to 'Dump Joe'
  • Wal-Mart Fights for 'Smiley' Ownership
  • Unseen America: Low-Wage Workers Document Their Lives on Film in New Book
  • 3-day March in Maryland Protests Death Penalty


    Sunday, May 7

  • The Curse of the Mobile Phone Age: Electronic Smog
  • Basra on the Brink of Exploding
  • How Bush Sidesteps Intent of Congress
  • Ice-Capped Roof of World Turns to Desert
  • European Social Forum: A Cocktail of Anger Erupts
  • CIA in Disarray as Rumsfeld Starts Turf War with Rival


    Saturday, May 6

  • Bush Says War on Terror is 'World War III'
  • Rumsfeld's New Line Contradicted; Record Disputes What He Says Now About Iraq's Weapons
  • Hawks Looking for New and Bigger Enemies?
  • Network of 'Hugo's Friends' Links Politics from Mexico to Brazil
  • CIA Boss Goss is Cooked


    Friday, May 5

  • Unplanned Pregnancy among Poor Increases 30% Since 1994
  • Former CIA Analyst Calls Rumsfeld a Liar at Atlanta Speech
  • Quit Using Our Name, West Point Warns Grad
  • Bush Administration Refuses to Talk Directly with its Main Foes
  • "Terror War" Begets Devil's Bargains
  • Neighbors Recognize Bolivia's ‘Sovereign' Right to Nationalize Gas
  • Watchdog Says U.S. Creating 'Climate of Torture'; UN Hearings Begin Friday
  • Iraqi Police 'Killed 14-Year-Old Boy for Being Homosexual'


    Thursday, May 4

  • The Innocence Project: Guilty until Proven Innocent
  • Global Warming Fastest for 20,000 Years - and it is Mankind's Fault
  • Ex-CIA Analyst Condemns Bush 'Manipulation Campaign' on Iraq
  • Report Blames Top U.S. Officials for Alleged Torture of Detainees
  • Secret Service Records of Abramoff Visits to White House Will be Incomplete
  • Step 1 in Bolivian Takeover: Audit of Foreign Companies
  • Secrecy Breach by US Officials Steals Thunder of Climate Change Report
  • Groups Urge Overhaul of Pentagon Budget
  • Pardon Unlikely for Civil Rights Advocate


    Wednesday, May 3

  • In Iraq Chaos, One Project is on Target: a Giant US Embassy
  • Amnesty International: Torture 'Widespread' in US-Run Detention Centers
  • England Beats US in Health Stakes
  • Gitmo Releases Suggest Numerous Mistakes
  • Iraq, Afghanistan Among Top Ten Failed States
  • Energy Nationalization Reshapes Politics
  • Outed US Spy Was Researching Iran Nuclear Program


    Tuesday, May 2

  • Leading Democrats Slam Bush For Defying Over 750 Statutes
  • Iran Urges UN to Oppose American "Threats" of Nuclear Strike
  • Bolivian President Nationalizes the Oil and Gas Sector
  • Cheap Gas Fuels Fracas in Caracas
  • What Not to Eat: the Truth about Food
  • Oscar-Winner Dreyfuss Campaigns against "Shaped News"
  • Hurricane Destruction Powers Global Warming Debate
  • Actor Tim Robbins Blasts US Media Ignorance of 'High Crimes' in Iraq


    Monday, May 1

  • El Boicot Set to Test Employers in US
  • Hippopotamus among 26,000 New Species on Endangered List
  • Iran Pushes for Talks With U.S. on Nukes, Security
  • Bush Leverage With Russia, Iran, China Falls as Oil Prices Rise
  • Billions Wasted in Iraq, Says US Audit
  • Hydrogen Fuel Far from Ready for Prime Time
  • On Maine Coast, Some Try to Keep Wal-Mart at Bay


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