WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION, TAKE TWO Posted: Saturday, February 25, 2012
WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION, TAKE TWO... (Drudge Report) Exclusive: State Department quietly warning region on Syrian WMDs The State Department has begun coordinating with Syria's neighbors to prepare for the handling of President Bashar al-Assad's extensive weapons of mass destruction if and when his regime collapses, The Cable has learned.
Obama on Syria: U.S. can't be a bystander As fighting continues in Syria, President Obama indicted that the U.S. could beef up its role there, saying the U.S. cannot be a "bystander" as Syrian President Basha al-Assad continues the "slaughter of innocents."
Hamas ditches Assad, backs Syrian revolt Leaders of the Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas turned publicly against their long-time ally President Bashar al-Assad of Syria on Friday, endorsing the revolt aimed at overthrowing his dynastic rule.
Israel claims Iran able to target US in 2-3 years Israel believes that within 2-3 years Iran will have intercontinental missiles able to hit the United States, an Israeli minister said in remarks aimed at raising awareness of the threat it believes a nuclear Iran would pose to the world, Reuters reported.
U.S. Agencies See No Move by Iran to Build a Bomb Even as the United Nations' nuclear watchdog said in a new report Friday that Iran had accelerated its uranium enrichment program, American intelligence analysts continue to believe that there is no hard evidence that Iran has decided to build a nuclear bomb.
EU ban on Iran oil may be bonus to Tehran's fields Europe's ban on Iranian oil, aimed at piling pressure on Tehran over its nuclear programme, may end up breathing new life into the country's ageing oilfields, Western and Iranian oil experts said on Friday.
Families of slaughtered children to sue the CIA President Barack Obama condoned America's drone program last month, dismissing allegations that it's caused more harm than good. In Pakistan, the families of civilians killed in these strikes are pleading with the UN to tell America otherwise.
A licence to kill —Saad Hafiz Judging from the recent polls, American voters seem pretty gung-ho on the use of unmanned drones to go after terrorists, which makes it unlikely that the US will agree to stop or scale down drone operations in Pakistan, especially in an election year
At least 55 killed in wave of bombings across Iraq A wave of bombings across Iraq killed dozens of people Thursday morning, security officials said, in a grim indication of the strength of the insurgency two months after the U.S. military completed its withdrawal.
Fresh fighting in Sudan's Darfur Fresh fighting in Sudan's Darfur region has killed 12 government soldiers, according to a rebel statement received on Friday, but an official said 10 civilians were the victims.