Libyan war updates/Stop NATO news: May 24, 2011

24 May 2011 — Stop NATO

  • “Thought It Was Day Of Judgment”: Heaviest NATO Bombing Of Tripoli Yet
  • 67-Day Air War: Over 8,000 NATO Air Missions, Over 3,000 Combat Flights
  • Attack Helicopter Deployment Brings NATO Closer To Libyan Ground War
  • Washington To Host Libyan Rebel Office
  • U.S. Drone Attacks In Pakistan: 32 Strikes, At Least 234 Victims
  • Polish Soldiers Face 12-Year Sentences For Slaying Afghan Civilians
  • NATO Chief Makes Unscheduled Visit To Afghanistan
  • NATO Military Plane Down In Afghanistan
  • NATO-Standard Payloads: Iraq To Buy Czech Combat Jets

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NATO Newslinks 24 May 2011: France, NATO to deploy helicopters in Libya

24 May 2011 —

NATO Says Blast Kills 4 Service Members in Afghanistan
Fox News
In a separate incident, NATO says four of its service members have been
killed by an explosion in eastern Afghanistan. KABUL, Afghanistan – NATO
says four of its service members have been killed in an explosion in
eastern Afghanistan. …

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The Media Is a Curable Disease By David Swanson

23 May 2011 — War is a Crime

Rupert Murdoch, who got his start in business marketing rats and manure, has chosen to deny Italy access to a television network that has presented critical coverage of both Murdoch and of leading Italian media baron and prime minister, Silvio Berlusconi. The network, Current TV, is the project of a man identified in Italy primarily as a Nobel Peace Prize winner, Al Gore.

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