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DOWNLOADABLE REPORT: Alternatives to a Military Response to 9/11

  What could the United States have done except make war on the people who perpetrated or abetted the attacks of 9/11? Wasn’t war the only possibility? The alternatives for finding and holding accountable those guilty of the 9/11 attacks, … Continue reading

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Frozen Russian Sniper found in Libya

According to the source, this is a Russian sniper who was killed by Gaddafi regime soldiers and apparently placed him in a deep freezer for unkown reasons. The body was discovered by  Libyan rebels.    

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Journalist Shot by Sniper While she Reports LIVE

Journalist Shot by Sniper While she Reports LIVE 8-14-2008 A correspondent working for Georgian state television was injured in a shooting incident outside the town of Gori on Thursday. The reporter was about to go live to air when the … Continue reading

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The Navy’s Tomahawk Cruise Missile marks it’s 2,000th Combat Launch today…

The Navy is officially celebrating the 2,000th combat launch of the venerable Tomahawk cruise missile. The actual launch happened aboard the destroyer USS Barry off the coast of Libya on March 19 as part of Operation Odyssey Dawn aimed at taking … Continue reading

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Gates Blasts NATO, Questions Future of Alliance

BRUSSELS — America’s military alliance with Europe — the cornerstone of U.S. security policy for six decades — faces a “dim, if not dismal” future, U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates said Friday in a blunt valedictory address. In his final … Continue reading

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