Wednesday, August 03, 2005


WASHINGTON, Aug. 2 - Completing their first full-scale assessment of Iran in four years, American intelligence agencies have concluded that Iran is "determined to build nuclear weapons" but is not expected to possess such weapons until the early or middle years of the next decade, administration officials said Tuesday. Which means BushCo can now turn Tehran into green glass.

Envoys discuss security handover with Iraq BAGHDAD (Reuters) - U.S. and British ambassadors met senior Iraqi ministers on Tuesday to discuss the transfer of security from foreign to Iraqi forces, a process that lays the groundwork for the withdrawal of foreign troops. Means one of two things in this poker game: BushCo is going to take the billions on the table and fold - or they're lying.

WASHINGTON (AFP) - The United States signaled some painful progress in the six-party negotiations on North Korea's nuclear program despite Pyongyang's insistence the Beijing talks had made no headway. Means we won't bother NK because they could fight back.

WASHINGTON (AFP) - The Pentagon has banned the use of anonymous quotes in press releases, calling the recent use of nearly identical quotes attributed to unnamed Iraqis an "egregious error." Means either less b.s. from the Pentagon or better checked b.s.

BEIJING, Aug. 2 (Xinhuanet) - China and Russia will hold their first joint military exercises on Aug. 18-25, China's Ministry of Defense announced here Tuesday. In a press release, the ministry said the exercises, dubbed "Peace Mission 2005", will be carried out in Vladivostok in far eastern region of Russia and East China's Shandong Peninsula and nearby offshore seawaters. Means Russia and China are ready for the US/UK.

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