Wednesday, 31 March 2010

The Real Story: The Moscow Train Bombing Was A Conflict Over Oil

BBC Denies Holly Greig Cover-up
I received the following email from the BBC: My Comments are in Blue

Troops 'survive on spam for up to 50 days'
British soldiers serving in Afghanistan are being made to eat boil-in-the-bag rations or tinned Spam for up to 50 days in a row because of insufficient food supplies, the Conservatives claimed yesterday (Mon).

Born in the USA? Someone doesn't think so
A fringe movement that questions Barack Obama's nationality is gathering pace – and now the woman behind the campaign is running for office.

China's Drought Regions Are Turning Into Venezuela

Investigation: Scandal of danger chemical in baby bottles
Leading British retailers selling products banned in Canada and US


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