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3,000 dead
From the N.Y. Times

3,000

It’s another grim milestone as we ring in the new year: 3,000 U.S. military members have been killed in Iraq since the 2003 invasion. Click here for an interactive multimedia presentation by The N.Y. Times.

Posted on Dec 31, 2006 READ MORE


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drunk Bush
Mr. Fish

Happy Hangover!

All the champagne in the world won’t drown the bad memories of 2006, but, hey, we had some good times too (mostly that thumping Bush took in the midterms). From all of us here at Truthdig world headquarters, have a happy and safe new year! Here’s hoping the world sobers up in 2007.

Posted on Dec 31, 2006 READ MORE


New Year Ball
timessquarenyc.org

A Grim Outlook for 2007

A majority of Americans believe 2007 will bring a terrorist attack on the U.S., a major natural disaster and an increase in global warming, according to a new AP poll. Less than a third believe the U.S. will withdraw from Iraq, while 25 percent expect the second coming of Jesus.

Posted on Dec 31, 2006 READ MORE


Multiple Explosions Shake Bangkok

At least six small bombs exploded in Bangkok on Sunday, killing two and injuring at least 30. Many believe opponents of Thailand’s military regime are to blame in what appears to be the world’s second major case of domestic terrorism in two days, following an explosion at an airport in Madrid on Saturday.

Posted on Dec 31, 2006 READ MORE


Attacks Kill 80 Iraqis, 6 Americans

The scary thing about this death tally: It’s not even unusually high. December was the deadliest month for U.S. forces in Iraq since the 2003 invasion.

Posted on Dec 30, 2006 READ MORE


Madrid bombing
news.bbc.co.uk

Madrid Bombing Raises ETA Concerns

At least four people were injured when a car bomb exploded at the Madrid airport on Saturday. If the separatist group ETA is responsible, as the Spanish government has charged, the blast would signal the end of a cease-fire that began in March.

Posted on Dec 30, 2006 READ MORE


Nasrallah
rotten.com

Hezbollah Blocked Fatah Attacks

The head of Fatah in Lebanon told a local newspaper that Hezbollah had prevented several of the group’s planned attacks along the Israeli border—in some cases going so far as to turn the militants over to Lebanese authorities.

Posted on Dec 30, 2006 READ MORE


Bush and Saddam
Left: sattlers.org / right: theepochtimes.com

Something to Remember Him By

Saddam Hussein may be gone, but President Bush still has a souvenir he uses to titillate special guests: the pistol Saddam was carrying when he was captured. Like a child showing off his favorite toy, the president has been known to beam with delight when guests view the mounted weapon, which is held in the Oval Office.

Posted on Dec 29, 2006 READ MORE


Injured soldier
spacewar.com

Deadliest Month of the Year

According to the Associated Press, 108 American troops died in December—the bloodiest month for U.S. forces in 2006. (h/t: Think Progress)

Posted on Dec 29, 2006 READ MORE


Saddam
abc.net.au

Saddam Executed, Says Iraqi TV

The former dictator was executed by hanging just before 6 a.m. local time in Baghdad.

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