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            Dr Sandeep Pandey

            The send off became quite emotional as there was a realization that Israelis may intercept the ship in mid water. Ajit Sahi speaking before the ship’s departure said that in case of any mishappening, this caravan to Gaza must not stop and there should be more such caravans.

            No Pardon for Billy the Kid
            Sue Major Holmes

            In one of his last official acts — or non-acts — before leaving office, New Mexico‘s governor refused to pardon the Old West outlaw Friday for one of the many murders he committed before he was gunned down in 1881.

            Obama's Weekly Address: The New Year
            The White House Blog

            The President resolves to do all he can to get the economy growing and create jobs, and encourages Republicans to embrace their new responsibility to govern.

            Producing Food Security Along the U.S.-Mexico Border
            Kent Paterson

            Sprouting up in the Rio Grande Valley, a new organization seeks to reshape the production, distribution and consumption of food.

            From Marijuana to "Sexting": New US Laws Set to Take Effect January 1
            Daniel B. Wood

            In all, 45 states, the District of Columbia, Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico passed 31,005 new laws in 2010. Some of them will come into effect with the new year. Here is a sampling of some of the trends in lawmaking in 2010.

            Brutal Drug Lord Dies in Clashes in Colombia
            Cesar Garcia

            A brutal drug lord with a $2.5 million bounty on his head and reputed ties to right-wing militias died during clashes with security forces in southern Colombia, President Juan Manuel Santos announced this week.

            Most US Minimum Wage Earners Can't Afford Necessities of Life
            The Real News Network

            Jeannette Wicks-Lim: A proposal to combine minimum wage and earned income tax credit policies to guarantee a decent living wage.

            In US, Sarukhán Urges Rational Debate
            The News

            During his New Year’s message to the Mexican community in the United States, Mexican Ambassador to the United States Arturo Sarukhán Casamitjana said that in 2010 the debate on immigration underwent an unfortunate setback.

            Understanding Empire in Latin America
            Benjamin Dangl

            In Empire’s Workshop Greg Grandin makes connections between the work of the US empire across decades and presidencies, and in Fordlandia, he tells the epic tale of an American businessman who failed to successfully apply his version of capitalism in the Amazon.

            New Law Hits Drug Cartels, Corrupt Officials Where They Hurt
            Danilo Valladares

            A new law that will allow Guatemalan courts to seize goods and assets obtained through illegal activities, including drug trafficking and corruption, is being hailed as the new hope in fighting organised crime.

            Honduras: 10,000 Migrants Kidnapped in Mexico
            Associated Press

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            Jonathan Benson

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            Napolitano: Pat-Downs Are Here to Stay
            David Edwards

            Airline passengers should get used to invasive full body scans and enhanced pat-downs, the 天津彩票官方开奖land Security secretary suggested this week.

            Texas City U.S. Safest, Despite Mexico Drug War Next Door
            Tim Gaynor

            El Paso and Ciudad Juarez have a long and storied relationship marked by violence down the years, although their fortunes have never been so starkly divergent as at the close of this year, one in which corruption and a failing justice system hit Mexico hard.

            US To Require Gun Sale Notification
            John Julitz

            If the federal government gets its way, gun dealers in Texas and other states could be required to provide notification if they sell two or more long rifles.

            WikiLeaks Cables Portray Expanded Reach of DEA
            Ginger Thompson & Scott Shane

            The Drug Enforcement Administration has been transformed into a global intelligence organization with a reach that extends far beyond narcotics, and an eavesdropping operation so expansive it has to fend off foreign politicians who want to use it against their political enemies, according to secret diplomatic cables.

            GOP Pushes Anti-Migrant Policies
            The News

            The Republican majority in Congress plans to block attempts to implement the Dream Act in January, the Los Angeles Times said Monday.

            Canada - A Good Place for Swindlers
            The Real News Network

            Al Rosen, author of 'Swindlers' says Canada worse than US for protecting investor rights.

            El Salvador: 3 Migrants Abducted in Mexico, 5 Flee
            Diego A. Mendez

            Gunmen kidnapped nine migrants in a southern Mexican state where 50 disappeared last week, El Salvador's Foreign Ministry announced Monday.

            US Official Apologizes to Peru Over Leaked Cables
            Associated Press

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            100 Journalists Killed in 2010, Media Group Says
            newkerala.com

            Geneva - More than 100 journalists were killed in 2010 while covering the world's trouble spots, with Mexico and Pakistan the most deadly places, an independent media group reported Monday.

            World Tired of Paying Bill for US Military
            The Real News Network

            Michael Hudson: Major countries looking for alternatives to US dollar.

            Will Bill Clinton Become Obama’s Salvation?
            Doug Thompson

            Clinton’s turning of the tables on Congress in '94 was a master touch by a political master and President Barack Obama, after getting burned in the 2010 mid-terms, appears ready to turn to the master for help in winning back the hearts and minds of the American voters.

            UUs Arrested July 29th, 2010 – National Day of Non-Compliance
            Enrique Morones

            On July 29th, 2010, 29 Unitarian Universalists (UUs), many of them ministers, including the president of that denomination, the Rev. Peter Morales, were among more than eighty people who were arrested for civil disobedience during two days of non-violent protests.

            Joe Biden Predicts Gay Marriage Will Win US Acceptance
            Laurie Kellman

            Vice President Joe Biden is predicting that the evolution in thinking that will permit gays to soon serve openly in the military eventually will bring about a national consensus for same-sex marriage.

            Jihadist Issues Christmas Day Threat
            Agence France-Presse

            A “jihadist” in an audiotaped threat said fireworks displays will set off terrorist bombs in countries celebrating Christmas, the SITE monitoring group said.

            New York Times Sues the NYPD
            Doug Thompson

            The New York Times has sued the New York Police Department, saying the department had routinely violated a state law that requires government agencies to provide information to the press and the public.

            Obama's Weekly Address: Merry Christmas from the President & First Lady
            The White House Blog

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            Pope’s Child Porn 'Normal' Claim Sparks Outrage Among Victims
            Belfast Telegraph

            Victims of clerical sex abuse have reacted furiously to Pope Benedict's claim yesterday that paedophilia wasn't considered an “absolute evil” as recently as the 1970s.

            As UN Probes Whether His Confinement is Torture, Bradley Manning Speaks
            Sarah Seltzer

            As the U.N. "special rapporteur on torture" begins to probe whether the brutal solitary confinement of Bradley Manning constitutes torture, the imprisoned "leaker" spoke to David House, one of the few people allowed to visit him.

            Michael Whitney: Bradley Manning’s Detention
            Laura Flanders

            PFC Bradley Manning remains in solitary confinement despite not having been tried or convicted of any crime.

            US Census Alters Political Landscape and Congressional Districts
            The Real News Network

            The Census Bureau has altered the nation's political landscape with its once-a-decade rearranging of congressional districts to reflect changes in the population.

            Argentine Ex-Dictator Sentenced to Life in Prison
            Michael Warren

            Former dictator Jorge Videla was sentenced to life in prison Wednesday for the torture and murder of 31 prisoners, most of whom who were "shot while trying to escape" in the months after his military coup.

            The Army: Be All That You Can’t Know
            Christine Armario & Dorie Turner

            Nearly one-fourth of the students who try to join the U.S. Army fail its entrance exam, painting a grim picture of an education system that produces graduates who can’t answer basic math, science and reading questions, according to a new study released this week.

            Unseen Photos of Niagara Falls Without Water
            Gizmodo

            Roughly six million cubic feet of water tumble down the Niagara Falls every minute. But for a few months in 1969 the American falls were completely dry, and last year a Connecticut man found never-before-seen photos of the historic occasion.

            Mexico Will Not Extradite Woman to US
            UPI

            A woman suspected of the hit-and-run killing of a Utah toddler has so far avoided extradition from Mexico to face prosecution, Salt Lake City officials said.

            Death Penalty Less Common in US Now Than in 1990s, Report Finds
            Warren Richey

            The American justice system sent 114 convicted murderers to death row in 2010, continuing a decade-long trend that has seen the number of death sentences reduced from more than twice that level in the 1980s and 1990s, according to a year-end report released Tuesday by the Death Penalty Information Center.

            As U.S. Becomes More Diverse, Hispanics Flourish
            Tim Gaynor

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            Guatemala Launches Siege to Reclaim Violent North
            Juan Carlos Llorca

            The Guatemalan government declared a state of siege in a province it said has become overrun by a Mexican drug-trafficking group, the latest sign that Mexico's powerful cartels have extended their reach into foreign lands.





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