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 Main News Summary Saturday, 14 June 2003
On a list of 15 countries to which the US might cancel its military and economic assistance, BiH is in the second place.
Jutarnji list: SFOR raids in Herzegovina were requested by Carla del Ponte
(SLTC) In its today's issue, Jutarnji list published an article titled "SFOR raids in Herzegovina were requested by Carla del Ponte".
www.nato.int /sfor/media/2003/ms030614t.htm   (1990 words)

  
 Military Encyclopedia Article @ USGrant.com
List of modern AFV and artillery related terms and acronyms
Commando raids were exceptionally successful, such as in figuring out how German Radar functioned, so as to get the correct dimensions for Chaff to Spoof it, but they were trumpeted as failures so as not to tip off German Military Intelligence about the purpose of the raids.
List of countries by number of active troops
www.usgrant.com /encyclopedia/Military   (1181 words)

  
 Death-Black Metal List more at The ROCK List - DEADSTATION
84 / Hellhammer Apocalyptic Raids / (mini-lp) / Banzai
www.rockdiscography.com /deadstation/deathlist3.html   (1181 words)

  
 Swiss companies raided in nuclear weapons probe linked to Libya: report
Swiss newspaper NZZ am Sonntag said the raids had been carried out at the request of the German authorities and were linked to the activities of the man, Gotthard L., a resident of the northeastern city of St. Gallen active in the nuclear industry.
The Swiss prosecutor's office would only confirm that a police operation concerning "a person resident in Switzerland" had been carried out, and refused to reveal the identity of the person or the type of company targeted by the raids.
He is suspected of having served as an intermediary in 2001 between an international network of atomic energy technology providers and a South African company designated to deliver equipment such as centrifuge pipes used in the enrichment of uranium to Libya.
www.spacewar.com /2004/040905151527.7qjvwyko.html   (577 words)

  
 1998-October.txt
What follows is an example of the selective-targeting which occurs during INS raids, a listing of events, and a description of the on-going work to disclose the unavoidable consequences of immigration raids on families, workers and communities throughout the country.
US federal and state authorities, police, immigration and prison officers are all criticised in the wide-ranging report that paints a picture of generalised gratuitous violence, sexual abuse and cruelty.
In INS terms, they are ``lifers,'' and as their numbers grow - at twice the rate of all other federal and state prisoners - they have found themselves at the center of a nationwide debate between lawmakers and human-rights advocates about prison overcrowding and appropriate treatment of non-American criminals.
www.prisonactivist.org /pipermail/prisonact-list/1998-October.txt   (15716 words)

  
 1998-October.txt
What follows is an example of the selective-targeting which occurs during INS raids, a listing of events, and a description of the on-going work to disclose the unavoidable consequences of immigration raids on families, workers and communities throughout the country.
US federal and state authorities, police, immigration and prison officers are all criticised in the wide-ranging report that paints a picture of generalised gratuitous violence, sexual abuse and cruelty.
Testimony in his defense came from a chemist for the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation, a local doctor with experience in detecting misuse of mood-altering substances and a Craig County jailer who said Singleton did not appear to be intoxicated when he was booked into jail Feb.
www.prisonactivist.org /pipermail/prisonact-list/1998-October.txt   (15716 words)

  
 1998-October.txt
What follows is an example of the selective-targeting which occurs during INS raids, a listing of events, and a description of the on-going work to disclose the unavoidable consequences of immigration raids on families, workers and communities throughout the country.
It cites for example the case of Karla Faye Tucker who was executed in February despite her acknowledged reform while on death row when she admitted her guilt, became deeply religious and spoke of her desire to help others to learn from her experiences.
Barr also noted the Department and the FBI are "shopping" this wish list in an effort to get the items placed in a spending measure without hearings or debate.
www.prisonactivist.org /pipermail/prisonact-list/1998-October.txt   (15716 words)

  
 Macomb Daily : Iraqi Cabinet list complete 04/27/05
The U.S. command said American troops and their Iraqi allies struck back at the insurgents this week, staging a series of raids across the country that netted more than 130 suspected extremists and several big caches of weapons.
Absent from the proposed Cabinet was outgoing Prime Minister Ayad Allawi's Iraqi List party, which had asked for at least four ministries, including a senior post and a deputy premiership.
Late Tuesday, al-Jaafari went back for further talks with Abdel Aziz al-Hakim, head of the Supreme Council for the Islamic Revolution in Iraq, and other members of his United Iraqi Alliance to discuss the candidates for the Cabinet, lawmakers said.
www.macombdaily.com /stories/042705/sta_iraq001.shtml   (793 words)

  
 Amnesty Magazine
The “Palmer Raids,” were led in part by a young J. Edgar Hoover, then head of the Justice Department's Alien Radical division.
As in the Palmer Raids, the government seems to have dispensed with developing probable cause before arresting individuals, and instead has used pretexts -- usually of routine immigration violations -- as justification for detaining hundreds of people about whom it has only the faintest suspicion.
Not even during the Palmer Raids did the U.S. engage in such a wholesale practice of secret detentions and trials.
www.amnestyusa.org /amnestynow/ashcroftraids.html   (1884 words)

  
 Stories
World War I ~ World War II ~ Fenian Raids ~ Veterans List ~ Top of Page
Raids were cross-border skirmishes into British Canada by American-Irish Fenians.
Many residents of the villages went to war during this period to fight the German Kaiser.
www.chebucto.ns.ca /terencebayarea/history/culture/wars.html   (779 words)

  
 Devon Library Services. World War 2 : a list of books in Westcountry Studies Library. (2003)
Three star Blitz: Baedeker raids and the start of total war, 1942-1943 / Charles Whiting, (1987).
Plymouth blitz: the story of the raids, (1947?).
Hoare, M.C.B. This jewel remains : illustrated record of the German Baedeker raid on Exeter the cathedral capital of the West on May 4th 1942, (1942?).
www.devon.gov.uk /library/locstudy/ww2.html   (779 words)

  
 Jordan Times (News Section)
ALGIERS (AP) — Algerian forces killed nine suspected militants in separate raids in western Algeria that were part of a new security sweep, local officials and the official news agency said.
Algerians voted overwhelmingly last month in a referendum to approve a peace plan granting amnesty to many of the country's extremists, part of efforts to turn the page on a brutal 13-year insurgency that has left an estimated 150,000 dead.
The violence was part of two days of deadly clashes across the northern rim of the vast north African country that left a total of 12 people dead, including a soldier and two civilians.
www.jordantimes.com /mon/news/news8.htm   (408 words)

  
 Electronic Music Mailing List Archives: max-msp - [max-msp] Plasticene's "The Palmer Raids" closing this weekend in NYC
The Palmer Raids were part of the 1919-1920 Red Scare brutally perpetrated by a zealous U.S. Attorney General, during which many civilians were forcibly deported though they were guilty only of "thought crimes".
Plasticene's "The Palmer Raids" Final performances this week, Dec. 11 thru 14, Ohio Theater, 66 Wooster St., New York $20/$15 for students Reservations 212-613-3173 Shows are at 8pm, with 3pm matinees on Sat.
Navigation: home » max-msp » 2003 » 12 » [max-msp] Plasticene's "The Palmer Raids" closing this weekend in NYC
elists.resynthesize.com /max-msp/2003/12/583986   (255 words)

  
 Raids threaten Bali cooperation, Indonesia warns - theage.com.au
AFP agents - who are jointly running the international taskforce pursuing the perpetrators of the attack - could be forced to leave Indonesia due to a public backlash against the the force's participation in the Australian raids, acting Indonesian Ambassador Imron Cotan told The Age.
Some Indonesians were talking of fleeing Australia, and their concerns were legitimate, he said.
Speaking to Indonesian journalists attending the ASEAN summit in Phnom Penh, she again urged "all countries" to lift travel restrictions on South-East Asia.
www.theage.com.au /articles/2002/11/06/1036308365429.html   (781 words)

  
 Unofficial DBA Errata
(Tony Stapells): The list of enemies should be expanded to include the Lombards (#85) to cover raids and battles between them and the Arab Emirate of Bari which existed in southern Italy from 847 - 871.
It seems that the list should end in 30 BC with the deaths of Cleopatra and her son Caesarion, the last Ptolemaic rulers of Egypt.
Antigonos died before the start of the Early Armenian list, and I can find no references indicating that Demetrios ever fought, or even set foot in, Early Armenia.
www.umiacs.umd.edu /~kuijt/dbaDocs/errata.html   (6403 words)

  
 Wikipedia: Presian
Bulgarian relations with its neighbors during his reign were marked by long marches, swift military raids and exhausting battles.
Presian Khan chose Kav-Khan Isbul, an aide of his grandfather Omurtag, in charge of the Bulgarian expanision into Macedonia and Byzantine territories in the southwest.
In 837, Presian sent his army under the command of Kav-Khan Isbul to the Aegean coast of Macedonia.
www.factbook.org /wikipedia/en/p/pr/presian.html   (256 words)

  
 Balloon, Zeppelin and Aviation Books and Ephemera Sales At Valhalla
Those who had subscribed as of Dec. 9, 1881 are listed (8 original subscribers), and the intentions/goals of the Society, where/when they intended to operate, etc. This looks like a prelimenary report for a meeting.
The Zeppelins: the Development of the Airship, With the Story of the Zeppelin Air Raids in the World War.
On the zeppelin side, it seems for the past few years that supply, fueled by the sharp rise in prices for the 1990’s, has kept prices steady for the past couple of years; no real decreases, just steady.
www.capital.net /com/ltabooks   (10714 words)

  
 Ashcroft's Baghdad Connection
State Department officials first designated the MKO a "foreign terrorist organization" in 1997, accusing the Baghdad-based group of a long series of bombings, guerilla cross-border raids and targeted assassinations of Iranian leaders.
The other "prong" in the Clinton strategy that led to the inclusion of the MKO on the terrorist list was White House interest in opening up a dialogue with the Iranian government.
According to the State Department, the National Council of Resistance is a "front" for the MKO; in 1999, the National Council itself was placed on the State Department terrorist list.
www.pepeace.org /current_reprints/16/Ashcrofts_Bagdhad_Connection.htm   (1347 words)

  
 The Victims of Nato's Humanitarian War
The following list of civilian casualties is far from comprehensive.
One journalist said said there was no trace of Nato's claim of a Serb military presence.
On May 22, Nato was forced to admit that it had mistakenly bombed a KLA base in the border town of Kosare.
www.counterpunch.org /dead.html   (2543 words)

  
 USATODAY.com
It was not clear if the newspaper's list included the 33 suspects on the other list, but a Palestinian official said some of the names were the same.
A Palestinian security official in the northern West Bank town of Jenin said popular opinion against Israel's continuing raids on Palestinian towns was making it difficult for Palestinian security forces to make arrests.
Two of those on the Yediot list were people the Palestinians say were assassinated by Israelis.
www.usatoday.com /news/world/2002/01/03/mideast-militants.htm   (602 words)

  
 (OTTOMAN BANK) Tall Armenian Tale: The Other Side of the Falsified Genocide
A model had been created for all future terrorist raids, complete with hostage-taking, forced publication of a list of demands, and permission for the terrorists to leave the country — plus all the P. that accompanies an action of this type.
It involves massacre (or massacres), deportation, atrocities, and is a kind of holocaust.
No wonder he had been so well acquainted with the events as they occurred; and knowing that a search was to be made for the two defaulting members of the Henchate, who lived in Candilli, be imperilled our lives by his own misdoings.
www.tallarmeniantale.com /ottoman-bank.htm   (2716 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: 1944
This is a list of aviation-related events from 1944: Events January January 11 - in one of the largest air raids to date, 570 USAAF bombers strike Brunswick, Halberstadt, and Oschersleben.
This is a list of decades which have articles with more information about them.
Jump to: navigation, search // Events and trends The 1910s represent the culmination of European militarism which had its beginings during the second half of the 19th Century.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/1944   (10781 words)

  
 World Aircraft Carriers List: Japanese Aircraft Carriers
Participated in the Sino-Japanese war, Pearl Harbor raid, Indian Ocean raids in 1942.
Aircraft arrangements were improved and there were general updates throughout.
Bombed by US aircraft at Midway 4 June 1942; munitions and fuel exploded on the flight deck and hangar deck, leading to uncontrollable fires; ship was scuttled 5 June 1942.
www.hazegray.org /navhist/carriers/ijn_cv.htm   (10781 words)

  
 B-17 Flying Fortress - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In their delivery flight from Europe, the aircraft were ordered to bomb the Royal Palace of King Farouk in Cairo before continuing to Israel, in retaliation for Egyptian bombing raids on Tel-Aviv.
List of military aircraft of the United States
Unfortunately, the YB-40s with their numerous heavy modifications had trouble keeping the pace with empty bombers, and the project was abandoned with the arrival of the Mustang and phased out in July of 1943.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/B-17_Flying_Fortress   (10781 words)

  
 Godzilla
Godzilla would be turned into Japan's hero facing an endless list of monsters that would destroy country.
Many of the Godzilla films made in the mid to late 1960's were more of a lower caliber than those made earlier in the decade.
Godzilla (1954), Godzilla Raids Again (1955), King Kong vs Godzilla (1961), Godzilla vs The Thing (1964), and Ghidrah: The Three Headed Monster (1964) have been moved to thier own pages.
www.kensforce.com /Godzilla   (488 words)

  
 DEBKAfile - First Direct al Qaeda Strike in Israel – from Jordan
The lists were turned up in recently mounted raids in the Iraqi cities of Tikrit and Fallujah.
Before the list was dug up, no one in Amman had imagined Al Qaeda’s penetration of the country was so extensive.
Jordanian Al Qaeda members were to strike the Mount Nevo pilgrimage site, the convents east of Jericho, the banks of the River Jordan that divides the West Bank from Jordan and Amman luxury hotels that were packed with Christian pilgrims and Israeli tourists.
www.debka.com /article.php?aid=679   (858 words)

  
 Offroad racing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In Europe, "offroad" refers to events such as autocross or rallycross, while desert races and rally-raids such as the Paris-Dakar, Master Rallye or European "bajas" are called Cross-Country Rallies.
In North America these races often take place in the desert, such as the famous Baja 1000, but the general idea of "offroad racing" can also extend to include hillclimbing or any other form of racing that does not occur on a specified, paved track.
Some of the more famous offroad racing series include CORR, SCORE International and SODA.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Offroad_racing   (156 words)

  
 Canadian Armed Forces - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Canadian militia defended their homeland in the American Revolution, the War of 1812 and in the Fenian Raids.
Battles which are particularly notable to the Canadian military include the Battle of Vimy Ridge in World War I and, in World War II, the Dieppe Raid, the Battle of Ortona, the Normandy Landings, the Battle of the Scheldt, the Battle of Britain, the Battle of the Atlantic, and the strategic bombing of German cities.
The Canadian Forces are comprised of: the Canadian Forces Land Force Command, (which is the army branch); the Canadian Forces Maritime Command, (the naval branch); and the Canadian Forces Air Command, (the air force branch).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Canadian_Armed_Forces   (4480 words)

  
 World Battleships List: German Dreadnoughts
Scharnhorst and Bismarck met their end at sea, Graf Spee was scuttled to avoid a battle, and the remainder of the fleet rotted in port after the collapse of the German surface fleet, eventually being destroyed by bombing raids.
Most of the German fleet was interned at Scapa Flow 21 Nov 1918.
The ships were scuttled by their crews upon the expiration of the Armistice agreement 21 June 1919.
www.hazegray.org /navhist/battleships/germ_dr.htm   (4480 words)

  
 DOJ Reviews Treatment of Italian Americans in World War Two
The report will include information such as the names of Italian Americans who were arrested following the attack on Pearl Harbor, a list of ports from which Italian Americans were restricted, and documentation of federal raids on the homes of Italian Americans.
The Wartime Violation of Italian American Civil Liberties Act of 2000 directs the Attorney General to conduct a comprehensive review of the treatment of Italian Americans by the federal government, and to report to Congress no later than November 7, 2001.
"The story of the treatment of Italian Americans during World War II needs to be told, to remember those whose freedoms were violated and to prevent such injustice in the future," said William Yeomans, Acting Assistant Attorney General of the Civil Rights Division.
www.usembassy.it /file2001_03/alia/a1032914.htm   (453 words)

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