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World powers meet in bid to halt Syria conflict

Ahead of the multi-nation talks in Geneva, a meeting in Russia between US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov led Moscow to issue an upbeat outlook, saying a deal was likely.

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Iran says atomic weapons forbidden in Islam

Islam forbids atomic weapons and other arms of mass destruction, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad insisted ahead of his country’s nuclear talks with world powers in Baghdad.

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The new sickness of War porn

War porn took the limelight on the evening of September 11, 2001, when the George W Bush administration launched the “war on terror” – which was interpreted by many of its practitioners as a subtle legitimization of United States state terror against, predominantly, Muslims. Now on almost a daily basis we are all being exposed to a new social sickness of war porn: a crude misrepresentation of reality that involves extreme violence and ultimately the death of millions.

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Israel calculates response from attack on Iran

While some experts say the radioactive after-effects from a strike on Iran’s nuclear facilities would be limited to that of a dirty bomb, less optimistic analysts note the threat of biological weapons stockpiles being ignited and warn of a humanitarian and environmental catastrophe. Both camps agree, however, that the deadliest “fallout” would be the subsequent regional war.

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What if the world ran out of oil?

Oil touches nearly every single aspect of the lives of those in the industrialised world. Most of our food, clothing, electronics, hygiene products and transportation simply would not exist without this resource. So what would the world be like without it?

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US, Israel agree: Iran not building nukes

Has Iran decided to build a nuclear bomb? That would seem to be the central question in the current bellicose debate over whether the world should simply cripple Iran’s economy and inflict severe pain on its civilian population or launch a preemptive war to destroy its nuclear capability while possibly achieving “regime change.”

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India to buy Iranian oil with gold, China may follow

India has reportedly agreed to pay Tehran in gold for the oil it buys, in a move aimed at protecting Delhi from US-sanctions targeting countries who trade with Iran. China, another buyer of Iranian oil, may follow Delhi’s lead.

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What would war with Iran look like?

Despite President Barack Obama’s assertion that he would open up avenues to talk to the Iranians, he has failed to do so, he has rejected Iranian initiatives to start a dialogue, and he is showing every sign of unwillingness to negotiate on any level. Congress has even moved to block any contact between American and Iranian diplomats. […]

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Iran further restricts Facebook and Twitter, prepares its own internet

Iran is testing a domestic Internet, a “Halal” network that will restrict citizens from penetrating foreign sites. Internet users this week reported delays in their network connections, which is believed to be connected to the new network’s trial run.

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Obama seeks to distance U.S. from Israeli attack of Iran

President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu are engaged in intense maneuvering over Netanyahu’s aim of entangling the United States in an Israeli war against Iran.

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