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Michel Chossudovsky, 
Global Research Editor
April 25, 2008

U.S. prison population dwarfs that of other nations
– by Adam Liptak – 2008-04-24

What the Iraq war is about
– by Paul Craig Roberts – 2008-04-24

Confined Animal Feeding Operations supported by US Government
– by Union of Concerned Scientists – 2008-04-24

Evidence that Drugs Were Used on CIA “Ghost Detainees” During Coercive Interrogations
The Return of MKULTRA?
– by Tom Burghardt – 2008-04-24

Latin America: the attack on democracy
– by John Pilger – 2008-04-24

Financial speculators reap profits from global hunger
– by Stefan Steinberg – 2008-04-24

Mixed Priorities: Why Palestinian Unity is Not an Option
– by Ramzy Baroud – 2008-04-24

Israelis Claim Secret Agreement With US
Americans insist no deal made on settlement growth
– by Glenn Kessler – 2008-04-24

Confusion and Corruption in Kosovo
The Slow Birth of a Nation
– by Walter Mayr – 2008-04-24

Paraguayan Election Could Tip the Scale Towards Venezuela
– by Nikolas Kozloff – 2008-04-24

9/11 Contradictions: When Did Cheney Enter the Underground Bunker?
– by David Ray Griffin – 2008-04-24

Pakistani troops attacked by NATO
– 2008-04-24

Is Dubai helping ethnic cleansing in Palestine?
– by Khalid Amayreh – 2008-04-24

Reasonable Doubt: Children living near nuclear facilities face an increased risk of cancer.
– by Ian Fairlie – 2008-04-24

Pro-Israel group’s plan to rewrite history on Wikipedia
– 2008-04-24

Depleted uranium to remain in Hawaii
– 2008-04-24

Crisis in Food Prices Threatens Worldwide Starvation: Is it Genocide?
– by Richard C. Cook – 2008-04-24

Breaking the Silence – Israeli Soldiers Speak
– by Stephen Lendman – 2008-04-24

Iraq: US-Allied Forces losing Control? Al-Sadr threatens ‘open war’
– 2008-04-23

Petraeus Hid Maliki Resistance to US Troops in Basra
– by Gareth Porter – 2008-04-23

Anti-Hunger Protests in Haiti
– by Nazaire St. Fort, Jeb Sprague – 2008-04-23

Dollar Trades Near Record Low Versus Euro on Wider Yield Spread
– 2008

The Precious Metals Market is Manipulated: Gold, GATA and the Turn to Higher Ground
– by Catherine Austin Fitts – 2008-04-22

John Yoo: The President’s Executioner
– by Jennifer Van Bergen – 2008-04-22

Documents Reveal “Reverse-Engineered” SERE Tactics Used in Afghan Torture
– by Tom Burghardt – 2008-04-22

Iran displays 1800 km-range missile
– 2008-04-22

Torturers in the White House: Why Is This Story Being Ignored?
– by Ruth Conniff – 2008-04-22

Bush Secrecy Policies have Transformed U.S. Government from “Open” to “Closed”
– by Jeff Demers, Sherwood Ross – 2008-04-22

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