Konformist: Fallujah Massacre PT 3

Submitted by Editor on Wed, 24/11/2004 - 01:58

Many sections of Falluja have been destroyed

A spokesman for the Falluja resistance says US forces are at an impasse in the city, and denies the US offensive against the town has succeeded.

BRUSSELS (IFJ/Pacific Media Watch): The International Federation of Journalists today warned that 2004 may turn out to be the worst year on record for killings of journalists and media staff as news of the deaths of reporters in the Philippines, the Ivory Coast and Nicaragua shocked the world of journalism.

Says the former head of the CIA unit charged with tracking down the Saudi terrorist. The former agent, Michael Scheuer, speaks to Steve Kroft in his first television interview without disguise to be broadcast on 60 MINUTES Sunday, Nov. 14 (7:00-8:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

(IPCUSA) Fwd: Media Lockdown-Actions you can take

Submitted by Editor on Mon, 15/11/2004 - 01:23

On Friday I received a phone call from a good friend who works at CBS - I've known her for years and she is a Producer for some of the news programs, one well known one in particular. She tipped me off that the news media is in a "lock-down" and that there is to be no TV coverage of the real problems with voting on Nov. 2nd. She said similar "lock-down orders" had come down last year after the invasion of Iraq, but this is far worse - far scarier.

Aussie tells of heroic act in Iraq

Submitted by Editor on Sun, 14/11/2004 - 15:48

THE Sydney soldier who shepherded a helicopter to safety through one of Iraq's most lethal hotspots was yesterday credited with saving the life of a British pilot who is also his best mate.

Captain Scott Watkins has saved his best friend's life.

Dear K,

I've just visited Haiti - devastated by Hurricane Jeanne. In the northwest city of Gonaives, so many people have lost everything. The need is so great, I felt compelled to write and ask for your help:

(Greens-Media) Fremantle to unwelcome nuclear ship

Submitted by Editor on Tue, 28/09/2004 - 19:21

Federal Fremantle Greens candidate and member of the Fremantle Anti Nuclear Group, Nicola Paris, will be joined by peace and anti-nuclear activists tomorrow (Tuesday) morning at the E-Shed Markets in Fremantle to 'unwelcome' the nuclear powered USS Stennis and its battle group.

(QldGovSpin) World interest in Toowoomba invention

Submitted by Editor on Fri, 24/09/2004 - 00:48

A portable humidicrib, designed and developed in Toowoomba, is attracting world attention.
State Development & Innovation, Tony McGrady


The device is used to transport premature and critically ill babies and has already been sold to hospitals around Australia.

State Development and Innovation Minister Tony McGrady, who inspected the system today, said this was another example of a local innovation proving Queensland really is the Smart State.

"The State Government assisted with a $28,000 dollar grant and I'm told without this money the system may not have been developed.

US F/A-18 Hornet Crash in Australia - Pilot Ejected Safely

Submitted by Editor on Wed, 15/09/2004 - 01:00

Statement issued on behalf of Marine Aircraft Group 12, III Marine Expeditionary Force, United States Marine Corps in Japan.

Sudan Campaign Update: Help us Influence Congress

Submitted by Editor on Tue, 14/09/2004 - 13:59

Dear K,

The crisis in Sudan continues. More than 1 million people remain homeless, hungry and vulnerable to violent attack - and an additional 200,000 refugees have fled into neighboring Chad.

CARE is on the front lines in both countries, delivering lifesaving emergency aid. And when we asked for your support, the response was impressive.



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