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Another video style news report. And again take your pick of news sites.

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Might be time for the Navy to start to look for another base in the M.E., where oh where could it go?
About the only spot we have left is either S.A. which I have doubts about or Israel, who Obama kind of treats like little boys on the block.

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Hard-line Sunni voice gains audience in Bahrain

By BRIAN MURPHY, Associated Press – 47 mins ago


DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – A visit by Bahrain's king to Sunni supporters this week was also something of a royal blessing for a rising political star: an Islamic scholar who claims the Gulf kingdom is under threat from both foe Iran and ally America.

Once consigned to the fringes, Sunni hard-liners like Abdullatif al-Mahmood are suddenly gaining a receptive audience amid a government crackdown on pro-democracy protesters.

It's another sign of Bahrain's deeply polarized atmosphere as the kingdom's Sunni rulers try to open talks with the Shiite opposition after violence that has left 31 people dead since February.

Al-Mahmood's group appears to be tapping into deep-rooted fears over Shiite giant Iran and growing questions about commitment from Washington, which bases the U.S. Navy's 5th Fleet in Bahrain.

"We won't compromise on the safety of our nation," al-Mahmood said during the Tuesday visit by King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa.

It was a clear slap at Iran, who Bahrain's leaders and Gulf Arab allies accuse of stirring the Shiite-led demonstrations in Bahrain. He also rejected calls by some U.S. officials to cut Bahrain's special trade status following the clampdown on dissent.

"Crises don't scare us," said the king as al-Mahmood stood nearby.

Bahrain's Shiites account for about 70 percent of the island, but they have few allies in high places. They claim the Sunni ruling system is built to block Shiites from any key positions in government or security forces.

The Sunni monarchy's Western backers, led by the U.S., have denounced the unrest and harsh crackdowns. On Wednesday, eight Shiite activists were sentenced to life in prison for their roles in the unrest and next week more than 30 doctors and nurses accused of supporting the protests are due to go on trial.

But Washington and others still have not followed up with any tangible punishments against Bahrain's rulers.

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AP – FILE- In this file photo dated Wenesday, Feb. 23, 2011, Somali's Interior Minister Abdishakur Sheik Hassan, …

And these Al-Qaida back groups don't mix words without at least trying to do what they say..
I just wonder when we might hear about the next insentient?

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AU force in Somalia on alert after minister killed

Sat Jun 11, 6:00 am ET Hummm this is just now coming to light.


MOGADISHU, Somalia – A spokesman for African Union peacekeepers backing Somalia's fragile government says his forces are on high alert a day after a suspected female suicide bomber killed the country's interior minister.

Maj. Paddy Ankunda said Saturday the AU force is on alert after al-Qaida-linked militants of al-Shabab vowed to carry out "brazen attacks deep inside enemy territory."

Interior Minister Abdishakur Sheik Hassan was killed Friday in an explosion in his home, and a female relative was suspected to be the bomber.

Al-Shabab militants battling Somalia's fragile government use suicide bombers to demoralize the government and their African backers.

Somalia has not had an effective government for two decades.
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Lots happening all over the place.. So here are some of the headlines and the link to each of the news reports..

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Hezbollah leader rejects Hariri court indictments Reuters - 6 hrs ago
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah said on Saturday that authorities would never arrest members of the Shi'ite militant group indicted by a U.N.-backed … More »Hezbollah leader rejects Hariri court indictments



Yemen to step up army operations amid unrest in south Reuters - 9 hrs ago
ADEN/SANAA (Reuters) - Yemen said they would step up military operations on Saturday as clashes with suspected Islamist militants raged in the south of the fractious … More »Yemen to step up army operations amid unrest in south


Syria's Assad sacks Hama governor after protests Reuters - 15 hrs ago
BEIRUT (Reuters) - President Bashar al-Assad sacked the governor of Hama province on Saturday, a day after tens of thousands of protesters massed in the provincial capital … More »Syria's Assad sacks Hama governor after protests



Middle East Quartet discourages more flotillas Reuters - 9 hrs ago
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - The Quartet of Middle East peace negotiators on Saturday said it is concerned about "unsustainable conditions" facing people in Gaza but said … More »Middle East Quartet discourages more flotillas



Protests set after Moroccan king wins referendum Reuters - 11 hrs ago
RABAT (Reuters) - Morocco's "Arab Spring" protesters said they were undeterred despite a landslide victory for King Mohammed in a referendum on constitutional changes … More »Protests set after Moroccan king wins referendum



Iran denies U.S. hikers were mistreated in jail Reuters - 11 hrs ago
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Iran denied in a statement issued by its U.N. mission on Friday that two U.S. citizens detained on spying charges have been mistreated, saying they … More »Iran denies U.S. hikers were mistreated in jail


Edgy Thailand votes in crucial test of stability Reuters - 54 mins ago
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thailand headed to the polls on Sunday in an election that will test whether one of Asia's most promising nations can end a six-year crisis marked … More »Edgy Thailand votes in crucial test of stability


Polls open in Thailand; big parties deeply divided AP - 32 mins ago
Five tumultuous years after a military coup divided this Southeast Asian kingdom, Thailand held pivotal elections Sunday that will determine whether it can end the long-running … More »Polls open in Thailand; big parties deeply divided

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Opponents of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez face a new political playing field filled with potential pitfalls now that their nemesis has announced he is being treated … More »Chavez's illness poses potential pitfalls for foes

50 Yemeni troops missing in lawless south AP - 7 hrs ago
Dozens of Yemeni troops went missing after a battle with al-Qaida-linked militants at a sports stadium in the country's increasingly lawless south, a military official … More »50 Yemeni troops missing in lawless south

Plus plenty of other news stories....
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Well it got started right but now, I have decided not to continue with this or any of my threads.. I am not spending most of the day trying to keep it up.

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I will try to get some of the news posted as I am now working on 2 of my main threads. 1 which has many links to online news papers where I found this story.
HERE: http://www.politicalwrinkles.com/new...orials-51.html ... And I just added a few more links and will add others soon.

Air Strikes have taken out some 40 or so Al-Qaida in Yemen.

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Yemen: 40 Militants Linked to Al Qaeda Killed in Airstrikes, Clashes
5 July 2011.........

SANAA, Yemen – At least 40 militants linked to Al Qaeda have been killed in two days of airstrikes and clashes with government forces, Yemen's state news agency said Tuesday.

The report by the SABA news agency said the government attacks began after militants tried to storm a military camp in the southern province of Abyan, where Islamist fighters have seized control of several towns.

The militant takeovers are part of widening chaos in Yemen since protests broke out in February calling for the ouster of President Ali Abdullah Saleh, who is being treated in Saudi Arabia for wounds sustained in an attack on his palace last month.

The SABA report added that two government soldiers were killed and 20 others injured in the Abyan fighting.

Al Qaeda's followers in Yemen, known as Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, is considered one of the terror network's most active branches and has been linked to several attempts on U.S. targets, including the plot to bomb a Detroit-bound airliner in December 2009 and parcel bombs intercepted in Dubai and Europe last year.

The militant group leading the attacks in the Abyan area, Ansar al-Sharia, posted last month the names of 12 military officers it vowed to kill for taking part in crackdowns against its fighters.

In Saudi Arabia, the country's foreign minister, Prince Saud al-Faisal, said the health of Yemen president's is "generally good." He gave no further details on Saleh's condition or plans.

Al-Faisal was speaking in Riyadh at a joint news conference with British Foreign Secretary William Hague.
Yemen: 40 Militants Linked to Al Qaeda Killed in Airstrikes, Clashes - FoxNews.com

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Well they wanted fast and got it even after being warned. Now they might have to do it all over again and this time might lose more lives as the Military isn't willing to give up it's power now.

How many times will it take these people to get it right? Have they even started any base political parties? And if so do they know who is among the people who make them up?

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Crowds calling for change again pack Cairo square

By HAMZA HENDAWI - Associated Press,MAGGIE MICHAEL - Associated Press | AP – 2 hrs 45 mins ago, 12 July 2011

CAIRO (AP) — The tens of thousands of Egyptians whose chants for faster change are ringing through Cairo's Tahrir Square months after they brought down Hosni Mubarak got a stern warning Tuesday from the ruling generals not to disrupt daily life in what some activists are calling a second revolution.

The crowds again packing the powerfully symbolic square that was the center of the 18-day uprising in January and February defied the military council and staged a sit-in there for a fifth straight day, shutting down the heart of downtown Cairo and blocking access to a major government building.

Under a baking summer sun, they revised the slogan that resounded in Tahrir in the winter, which went, "The people want to bring down the regime." On Tuesday, they cried out: "The people want to bring down the military junta," in reference to the generals who took control as Mubarak stepped down.

Activists who once viewed the army as allies now accuse the military council of stalling on demands to bring police and ex-regime figures to justice for abuses during Mubarak's nearly three decades in power and for the deaths of nearly 900 people in the Jan. 25-Feb. 11 protests.

"We either get their rights back, or we die like them," screamed the crowd, alluding to the crackdown victims.

An estimated 30,000 people filled the square Tuesday, and tents and banners have sprung up again, giving the round-the-clock protest camp an air of semi-permanence like it had in the winter.

In another scene reminiscent of the uprising and the tactics Mubarak's police state used to try to snuff it out, a band of 30 men armed with sticks set upon protesters, wounding six of them.

Hours later, the military issued a thinly veiled threat to use force.

"All options are open to solve this situation," military council spokesman Mahmoud Hegazi told reporters.

As long as the Military is the power base, thats how I read this

A statement read out on state TV by finger-wagging council member Maj. Gen. Mohsen el-Fangari warned protesters against "harming national interests." And ominously, it called on "honorable" Egyptians to confront actions that disrupt a return to normal life, something many interpreted to be a call on Egyptians to turn against each other.

Protesters ridiculed his threatening tone. And At Tahrir Square, anti-military sentiment was running high.

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And still the Military wants to please the Egyptian people, but few are having none of it.
And these few count... As they lead a lot larger portion of the Nations people.

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Egypt fires hundreds of police as protests grow

By BY SARAH EL DEEB - Associated Press 2 hrs 17 mins ago, 13 July 2011

CAIRO (AP) — Egypt's security chief fired nearly 700 police officers Wednesday in a step to cleanse the much-hated force, the latest concession military rulers have made under pressure from protesters holding a sit-in in Cairo's Tahrir Square for the past six days.

Widespread abuses by the police under the former regime were a key reason behind the protests that toppled President Hosni Mubarak in February. But the ruling military council that took over from him has been slow to hold ex-regime officials and police accountable for killing nearly 900 protesters during the uprising and other crimes.

With public frustration rising sharply, protesters resumed a sit-in in Tahrir Square, the epicenter of the revolution that was occupied day and night for most of the 18-day uprising. Protesters say the dismissal of 669 police officers was not extensive enough.

"These are just sedatives. We won't be fooled," said Walid Saoud, a 34-year old protester at Tahrir. He said the sit-in will go on because the protesters want to see a total restructuring of the police force, the main tool of political control under the previous regime.

Some are even accusing the ruling military council of trying to protect Mubarak and his former regime loyalists.
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And this is just in after all this time...

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Venezuela: Prison uprising ends after 27 days

By FABIOLA SANCHEZ - Associated Press, 1 hr 29 mins ago. 13 July 2011

CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — A 27-day prison uprising ended without bloodshed Wednesday when hundreds of inmates emerged from the embattled Rodeo II prison after negotiations with officials, Venezuelan authorities said.

Justice Minister Tareck El Aissami said on state television that the National Guard had taken control of the prison from inmates and that "we've managed for all of them to come down to the patios."

"We celebrate the triumph of peace, dialogue," El Aissami said.

He said the standoff had been resolved after long talks with the rebelling inmates, including a guarantee from authorities to the prisoners that they would not be harmed.

Information Minister Andres Izarra wrote via Twitter that 831 inmates had come out of the prison.

Even the socialist play on Twitter, what a .. Sense when does a Nations top people let others know what is up in the country this way. self centered idiots.

Oh wait we got two houses full of twits.


After regaining control of the facility, officials began searching for inmates' weapons, El Aissami said.

Hundreds of inmates had been holed up inside the prison just outside the capital of Caracas since June 17 while armed prisoners resisted authorities. But officials have said only about 60 armed inmates were leading the uprising, preventing troops from entering and holding other prisoners hostage.

El Aissami said some of the rebellious inmates decided to end the uprising and turned themselves over to National Guard troops.

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Who might have done this? I am willing to bet on who might have done it or their Nationality, but it would be a guess right now. I am willing to wait to see who did it.

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Coordinated bombings kill 21, wound 113 in Mumbai

By MUNEEZA NAQVI - Associated Press,RAJESH SHAH - Associated Press | AP – 6 hrs ago, 13 July 2011

.MUMBAI, India (AP) — Three coordinated bombings tore through the heart of India's busy financial capital during rush hour Wednesday, killing 21 people in the worst terror attack in the country since the 2008 Mumbai siege. The attacks came just months after peace talks resumed between India and Pakistan, which New Delhi has blamed for past attacks.

Blood-covered bodies lay on Mumbai streets and people hugged and wept. Others carried the wounded to taxis. Crowds gathered in the blast areas as police questioned witnesses, and bomb squads inspected the undercarriages of vehicles searching for clues and other explosives.

Motorcycles were charred, shopfronts shattered and a bus stop ripped apart. Bleeding victims crowded into the back of a cargo truck to be taken to a hospital.

The first blast struck the Jhaveri Bazaar at 6:54 p.m., tearing through the famed jewelry market. A minute later, a blast hit the busy business district of Opera House, several miles (kilometers) away in southern Mumbai. At 7:05 p.m., the third bomb exploded in the crowded neighborhood of Dadar in central Mumbai, according to police.

Because of the close timing of the blasts, "we infer that this was a coordinated attack by terrorists," Home Minister Palaniappan Chidambaram said, adding that Mumbai was put on high alert.

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh condemned the blasts and appealed to the people of Mumbai "to remain calm and show a united face."

Indian officials refused to speculate on who might be behind the blasts. Past attacks have been blamed on Pakistan-based militants, and Indian officials have accused Pakistan's powerful spy agency of helping coordinate and fund some of those strikes, including the Mumbai siege.

Pakistan's government expressed distress on the loss of lives and injuries soon after Wednesday's blasts were reported.

A U.S. official said there are no claims of responsibility, or firm indication of which terrorist group might be behind the attack yet. The official spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss matters of intelligence.

U.S. President Barack Obama also condemned the "outrageous attacks."

"The American people will stand with the Indian people in times of trial, and we will offer support to India's efforts to bring the perpetrators of these terrible crimes to justice," he said in a statement. "I have no doubt that India will overcome these deplorable terrorist attacks."

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said she will go ahead with her plans to visit India next week despite the bombings. Standing with India "is more important than ever," she said.
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