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May 19, 2007


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May 19,2007
Interested parties disagree with decision to remove fish from protection of endangered species act PORTLAND, Ore. - The Center for Biological Diversity, Western Watersheds Project, Dr. Pat Munday and former Montana fishing guide George Wuerthner officially notified the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service May 15th that they will sue over an April 24, 2007 decision that the Montana fluvial arctic grayling no longer warrants protection as an endangered species under the Endangered Species Act. Rather ... [full story]
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May 19,2007
WASHINGTON - U.S. President George Bush touted the bipartisan immigration reform bill as a way to address the issue of the millions of illegal immigrants in the country. "This bill brings us closer to an immigration system that enforces our laws and upholds the great American tradition of welcoming those who share our values and our love of freedom," Bush said in his Saturday radio address. A large group of U.S. senators, led by Sen. ... [full story]
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May 19,2007
JERUSALEM - Israel retaliated Saturday after two rockets were fired from Gaza into Sderot, forcing residents to return to their fortified rooms, Ynetnews reported. No one was hurt in the rocket attack on Sderot, but Palestinian sources said one shepherd was killed when Israel targeted the launch site in northern Gaza and returned fire with two rockets, Ynetnews reported. The al-Quds Brigades, the Islamic Jihad's military wing, claimed responsibility for the Palestinian rocket attack, in ... [full story]
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May 19,2007
TEHRAN - No other country is as hostile to Iran as the United States, says Iran's top adviser on international relations. "The (United States) pushes for resolutions against Iran more than any other country," said Ali Akbar Velayati, adviser to the leader of Iran, the Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei. Velayati accused the Bush administration of contradicting itself on foreign policy and said the White House should admit its problems in Iraq are increasing daily, Iranian ... [full story]
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May 19,2007
BAGHDAD - At least 25 Iraqi Kurds died Saturday when insurgents attacked villages in northern Iraq. Insurgents dressed as police officers attacked villages in the northeastern Kirkuk province of Mandali, killing 25 civilians and wounding many others, reported KUNA, the Kuwait news agency. In Baghdad, explosions rocked the city Saturday during what was likely to be Tony Blair's final visit to Iraq as British prime minister. Three explosions hit the heavily fortified Green Zone within ... [full story]
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May 19,2007
BAGHDAD - The fight to restore order to civil war-torn Iraq has left another five U.S. soldiers dead and nine more wounded, U.S. military officials said Friday. Three soldiers were killed and two were hurt Friday in Diyala Province when a bomb exploded near their vehicle, The Washington Post reported. Two more soldiers were killed and nine were injured in other attacks Thursday in southern Baghdad, the newspaper said. Meanwhile, U.S. forces Friday detained six ... [full story]
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May 19,2007
ARIZPE, Mexico - Authorities scoured northern Mexico Friday, looking for remnants of a drug cartel after shootings left least 17 of its men and six police officers dead. Mexican state police and an estimated 50 Gulf cartel gunmen clashed Wednesday in Arizpe, about 70 miles southeast of Nogales, The Dallas Morning News reported Friday. The battle left at least 17 of the gunmen dead as police fired on their vehicles from a helicopter as they ... [full story]
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