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Gordon Brown: Burma Death Toll ‘Far Greater’

The British prime minister has warned that the number of dead in Burma is probably “far greater than is being reported so far.” The world community has widely condemned the Burmese government’s violent response to the thousands of protesters who’ve been flooding the streets of Yangon.

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Soldier Testifies to Shooting Unarmed Iraqi

Sgt. Evan Vela, 23, cried Thursday as he recounted shooting an unarmed Iraqi man under the order of his staff sergeant. He then went on to describe a subsequent conversation in which the sergeant allegedly proposed a cover-up of the shooting.

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Burma Begins Internet Blackout

Both the NYT Lede blog and the AP report that public access to the Internet has been shut off in the ongoing effort of Burmese officials to stop anti-government protests. The violence escalated as troops seized many monasteries and fired tear gas into crowds of demonstrators.

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Bush Before the War

Joe Conason tells the story revealed by recently released transcripts of a meeting held between Spain’s then-prime minister and President Bush prior to the war. As one might expect, Bush was arrogant and determined to invade, diplomacy be damned.

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The Enemy of My Enemy

After delivering a fiery U.N. speech, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad swung through Latin America to strengthen ties with a couple of friendly leftist leaders: Evo Morales of Bolivia and Hugo Chavez of Venezuela. Chavez, who’s no stranger to President Bush’s hot temper, called Ahmadinejad “one of the greatest anti-imperialist fighters,” clearly a reference to his opposition to the United States.

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World Leaders Condemn Burma Violence

At least nine more people have been killed and hundreds of monks abducted as Burma’s military regime attempts to stamp out a defiant demonstration against its abuses.

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Debate Puts Clinton on the Defensive

The otherwise uneventful two-hour Democratic presidential debate highlighted some key differences among the candidates and more significantly Sen. Clinton’s vulnerabilities (see: failed healthcare reform and the Iraq war).

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Breaking Oil Addiction with Grass and Super-Microbes?

Researchers are developing cheaper and more effective enzymes to break down cellulose into ethanol, turning a wide variety of plant-based materials, including some garbage, into potential energy sources. Looks like using banana peels to power your car might, one day, be not the stuff of Back to the Future fiction but an economically viable solution to the energy crisis.

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Additional Funding for a Worsening Iraq Disaster

Defense Secretary Robert M. Gate’s $42-billion request will bring the 2008 war funding total to $190 billion. According to The Washington Post, this would be the largest single-year spending total for the wars so far. Add this to Wednesday’s Senate vote to split Iraq along religious and sectarian lines (as though it is senators’ decision to make) and the grim picture of Iraq’s future starts to look even worse.

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Gen. Pace on Gays and ‘God’s Law’

While attempting to clarify his previous remarks on the immorality of homosexuality, outgoing Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Peter Pace on Wednesday managed to put his foot even deeper into his mouth, saying that, while he’s willing to keep an open mind, our nation should not “condone activity [read: gay sex] that, in my upbringing, is counter to God’s law.”

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