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Saddam Hussein Sentenced to Death

Saddam Hussein has been sentenced to death for crimes against humanity.  Reactions to the verdict illustrate the sectarian divisions that have become so familiar in Iraq, with celebrations erupting in Shiite and Kurdish areas while some Sunni neighborhoods turned to violent protest.

  • Truthdig classic: Juan Cole on Saddam’s trial

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    CIA Wants to Keep Interrogation Methods Secret

    The CIA has argued that allowing detainees to publicly describe interrogation techniques used against them would endanger national security.

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    Case Will Point to Revised Court’s Abortion Approach

    The Supreme Court will hear arguments next week regarding the constitutionality of the Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act passed by Congress.  The case should indicate how the newly formed court will approach abortion rights without the presence of Sandra Day O’Connor.

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    Rumsfeld
    AP / David Hume Kennerly

    Military Newspapers: ‘Rumsfeld Must Go’

    On Monday the Army Times, Navy Times, Air Force Times and Marine Corps Times will run a joint editorial calling for the resignation or removal of the defense secretary: “Rumsfeld has lost credibility with the uniformed leadership, with the troops, with Congress and with the public at large. His strategy has failed, and his ability to lead is compromised. And although the blame for our failures in Iraq rests with the secretary, it will be the troops who bear its brunt.”

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    Richard Perle
    From Vanity Fair

    Perle Concedes Iraq Disaster

    Richard Perle, one of the chief intellectual architects of the Iraq invasion, told Vanity Fair that had he known in 2003 what he knows now about Bush & Co.‘s incompetence, he would not have advocated an invasion.

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    Two Gaza Women Killed in Israeli Siege at Mosque

    From the BBC: “Two women have been killed as Israeli troops opened fire on a crowd of women gathered to help besieged gunmen flee a Gaza mosque. ... The Israeli military said the militants escaped by mingling with the women, who were acting as human shields.”

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    usatoday.com

    Iraq Oversight Agency Silenced

    An obscure provision inserted at the last minute into a military authorization bill signed by President Bush has closed the Office of the Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction.  The oversight agency had repeatedly embarrassed the administration by exposing corruption, exploitation and negligence in the reconstruction effort in Iraq.

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    U.S. Seen as Threat by Allies

    A recent set of polls conducted in Britain, Canada, Mexico and Israel found a majority of people there believe the U.S. has made the world less safe.  In the British survey, George W. Bush was seen as a greater threat to world peace than either Kim Jong-il or Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

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    dccc.org

    Have You Seen This Man?

    Disgraced Congressman Mark Foley has indefinitely extended his stay in rehab.  Though his lawyer refused to specify how long he would remain in hiding, one can only assume Foley plans to wait out the election and minimalize further damage to his party and reputation.

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    Fished Out

    The world will run out of seafood by 2048 if current trends of overfishing, pollution and other environmental factors continue apace, a new study has concluded.

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