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Global Research News and Top Stories (May 6-11, 2008)

David Ray Griffin and Greg Elich on the Global Research News Hour
Program Details for May 12, 2008
– 2008-05-12

Tensions rise in Democratic contest as Obama nears nomination
– by Patrick Martin – 2008-05-11

Why the propaganda campaign for international intervention in Burma?
– by Peter Symonds – 2008-05-11

Veterans Administration Tried to Conceal Extent of Attempted Veteran Suicides, Email Shows
– by Jason Leopold – 2008-05-11

VIDEO: If they watch us, can’t we watch them
Towards a Police State in the United Kingdom
– 2008-05-11

Iraq, Depleted Uranium and a Song for Sanity.
– by Felicity Arbuthnot – 2008-05-11

War With Iran Might Be Closer Than You Think
– by Philip Giraldi – 2008-05-11

Bolivia: Fraud, violence and mass resistance marks right-wing push
– by Federico Fuentes – 2008-05-11

Bush administration moves to exploit Burma cyclone disaster
– by Joe Kay – 2008-05-09

9/11 Contradictions: Mohamed Atta’s Mitsubishi and His Luggage
– by Prof. David Ray Griffin – 2008-05-09

Walls and War Crimes
– by Felicity Arbuthnot – 2008-05-09

US Terrorism Report: Selective Data, Wrong Lessons.
– by Ramzy Baroud – 2008-05-09

Rising opposition in Europe: U.S. plans for NATO run into a wall
– by Sara Flounders – 2008-05-09

FBI Loses National Security Letter Case Against Internet Archive
– by Tom Burghardt – 2008-05-08

Multinationals make billions in profit out of growing global food crisis
Speculators blamed for driving up price of basic foods as 100 million face severe hunger
– by Geoffrey Lean – 2008-05-08

“The Second Palestinian Intifada”
Review of Ramzy Baroud’s recent book
– by Stephen Lendman – 2008-05-08

On Torture and “Administration Interrogation Rules”
Testimony to the US Congress
– by Prof Marjorie Cohn – 2008-05-08

War profits taint the greedy hands of more than 25% of members of the US House and Senate!
– by Rev. Richard Skaff – 2008-05-07

North Korea and the Supernote Enigma
Allegations that North Koreans are counterfeiting U.S. currency
– by Gregory Elich – 2008-05-07

Beating the Drums of a Broader Middle East War
Israel, Syria, and Lebanon Prepare the “Home Fronts”
– by Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya – 2008-05-07

Israel, Syria, and Lebanon Prepare the “Home Fronts”. The Levant could be the starting point of a major international conflict, with global ramifications, which could quickly spin out of control.

VIDEO: Exposed. The Pentagon Pundits Scandal. Spinning the News on behalf of the Pentagon
– 2008-05-06

Trilateral Commission: Global Elite Gather in D.C.
Trilateral Commission members want suffering U.S. taxpayers to shell out even more money
– by James P. Tucker Jr. – 2008-05-06

Media Disinformation: Iran’s Link to Iraqi Insurgents
New York Times vs McClatchy
– by Greg Mitchell – 2008-05-06

Democrats Prepare Sell-Out on Telecom Immunity: House Leaders to Give White House a Blank Check to Spy on Americans
– by Tom Burghardt – 2008-05-06

Crisis of Trade Union Negotiation in Canada: The CAW and Panic Bargaining
Early Opening at the Big Three
– by Prof. Sam Gindin – 2008-05-06

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