Global Research E-Newsletter: Lead Articles (May 29 -June 2, 2008)

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In this E-Newsletter we bring to your attention several important articles pertaining to the US economic depression, US-Israeli threats directed against Iran, freedom of the press in Israel, reports on US plans to destabilize Venezuela, protests against the dispatch of US military advisers to Peru, the civilian death toll in Iraq. 

Other topics include Israel’s nuclear weapons program, the hike in oil prices resulting from market manipulation 

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Last Bastion of the Free Press in Israel: Putsch being carried out among reporting staff at Haaretz
– by Ed Corrigan – 2008-06-02

Economic depression in America: Evidence of a withering economy is everywhere
– by Mike Whitney – 2008-06-02

How Cheney Outfoxed His Foes on Iran and EFPs
– by Gareth Porter – 2008-06-02

Peruvians to Protest US Military Presence
– 2008-06-02

President Hugo Chavez Warns of US Plan to Divide Venezuela
– 2008-06-02

Ex-US President Jimmy Carter has said Israel has at least 150 atomic weapons in its arsenal.
– by BBC – 2008-06-02

Iraq Death Toll ‘Above Highest Estimates’
– by Ahmed Ali, Dahr Jamail – 2008-06-02

Washington Planning to “Checkmate” Chavez
– by Stephen Lendman – 2008-06-02

Egypt: Falling Wages, High Prices and the Failure of an Export-Oriented Economy
– by Angela Joya – 2008-06-02

Video: HAARP: Geophysical Warfare
– by CBC – 2008-06-01

Palestinians Trapped at Crossroads
– by Nicola Nasser – 2008-06-01

As things look, Israel may well attack Iran soon
– by Joschka Fischer – 2008-06-01

Neo-Con Conference Pushes for War on Iran
– by Ali Fathollah-Nejad – 2008-06-01

Global Research News Hour: Ramzy Baroud, Stephen Downs and Kathy Manly
Monday June 2nd, 2008
– 2008-06-01

Manufactured Reality: Two Steps Forward, One Step Back
– by Peter Chamberlin – 2008-05-31

VIDEO; Severe Visibility. The 911 Attacks were “a Hoax”
Award-winning documentary
– by Filmmaker Paul Cross – 2008-05-31

Scientists puzzled by absence of foreshocks and other typical precursors prior to China Earthquake
– 2008-05-31

The Great Oil Swindle
How much did the Fed really know?
– by Mike Whitney – 2008-05-30

VIDEO: George W. Guilty of Murder?
The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder
– by Vincent Bugliosi – 2008-05-30

Will Gaza ever get a whiff of its offshore gas?
– by Stuart Littlewood – 2008-05-30

Police State America: Yassin Aref’s Struggle for Justice
Part II
– by Stephen Lendman – 2008-05-30

VIDEO Security and Prosperity Partnership: Origins, Structures and Impacts
– by Janet Eaton, Karen O’Donnell – 2008-05-30

Senators say report of planned US strikes on Iran untrue
– by Nick Juliano – 2008-05-29

The War Camp in Death Throes is Intent on Striking Iran
– by Mehrnaz Shahabi – 2008-05-29

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