Dr. Mustafa Khayatti, the head of the Algerian National Committee for the Development of Health Research, revealed on Sunday that the New York city police have arrested members of a Jewish gang who abducted Algerian children for their organs.
One in every 33 women who attend worship services regularly has been the target of sexual advances by a religious leader, according to a survey released Wednesday.
The study, by researchers at Baylor University, found that the problem is so pervasive that it almost certainly involves a wide range of denominations and religious traditions and a wide range of spiritual leaders.
An Atlas V rocket blasted off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Tuesday.
The exact nature of the satellite has been kept very secret. No federal agency has laid claim to ownership.
TVNL Comment: How is this permitted? We have allowed our government to become so powerful they can do things like this without telling us what they are doing. Is it a nuclear weapon? Is it a biological weapon system? Is it an experiemt that can accidently lead to our death or the death of the world? Is it meant to spy on us? This is unacceptable and the people of the world and the nation have to wake up and take back control of our lives!
Capitalism is evil. That is the conclusion U.S. documentary maker Michael Moore comes to in his latest movie "Capitalism: A Love Story," which premieres at the Venice Film Festival Sunday.
Blending his trademark humor with tragic individual stories, archive footage and publicity stunts, the 55-year-old launches an all-out attack on the capitalist system, arguing that it benefits the rich and condemns millions to poverty.
Speaking during an interview which was published in Jerusalem Friday, Professor Martin Van Creveld said Israel had the capability of hitting most European capitals with nuclear weapons.
"We possess several hundred atomic warheads and rockets and can launch them at targets in all directions, perhaps even at Rome. Most European capitals are targets of our air force."
A former competitor, Election Systems & Software, a leading company in the election systems industry, will pay only $5 million for the business developed from Diebold’s $31 million purchase in January 2002.
Related: Two voting companies & two brothers will count 80 percent of U.S. election using both scanners & touchscreens
So for the benefit of the U.S. media...I will attempt to break down the deposition, a bit, into some of its subject matter-based component parts. I will try to go through the major disclosures from the deposition, one-by-one, in a series of pieces which might help others to further report and/or investigate these breathtaking disclosures from a former FBI official who, following 9/11, listened to and translated wiretap recordings made from 1996 through 2002, in the FBI's counterintelligence and counterterrorism departments, under top-secret clearance.
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