Updates on Libyan war/Stop NATO news: July 16, 2011

16 July 2011 — Stop NATO

  • 120-Day War: 15,308 NATO Sorties Over Libya, 5,767 Strike Missions
  • Britain Adding More Warplanes For Intensified Attacks On Libya
  • Several NATO Fighter Jets Violate Pakistani Airspace
  • Another NATO Soldier Killed By Afghan Counterpart
  • NATO Chief Criticizes Czech Republic For Not Spending More On Arms
  • ‘Protracted Conflicts In GUAM Area’ To Be Discussed In UN

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Syria Newslinks 16 July 2011

16 July 2011 — williambowles.info

Syria rights group: 41 people were killed in Friday’s protests
By DPA Tags: Syria Bashar Assad Forty-one people were killed in Friday’s mass anti-government protests across Syria that were broken up by security forces using live ammunition, a human rights group said Saturday. The death toll was initially given as …

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“Green Light” to Use of Depleted Uranium Weapons in Libya? By International Coalition to Ban Uranium Weapons

15 July, 2011 — Global ResearchInternational Coalition to Ban Uranium Weapons

duGlobal Research Editor’s Note

Consult the statements of the UK and the US indicated below. They deny that DU are being used but they also state that NATO allies are “free to use them”. Consult highlighted sections.


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New a Strategic Culture Foundation 7-15 July 2011: Afghanistan / Syria / India / USA / Tunisia /

16 July 2011 — Strategic Culture Foundation

The Wali Karzai Assassination and Its Consequences

15.07.2011 | 12:00 | Najmuddin A. SHAIKH
What is not contested is that Ahmad Wali’s untimely death will add another layer of high uncertainty to the political and administrative turbulence that now prevails in Afghanistan. Ahmad Wali was indisputably, from the Afghan perspective, the master of all he surveyed not only in Kandahar but also in much of Southern Afghanistan. From the American perspective Wali was always a favourite of the CIA having been on their payroll from early on and the man they depended on for providing safe houses, security guards and intelligence on Al-Qaeda and the Taliban…

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VTJP Palestine/Israel Newslinks 15 July, 2011: Confused strategy: How the PA sold out Palestinian unity

15 July , 2011 — VTJP


International Middle East Media Center

Sheikh Salah, Detained By Britain, To Be Released On Bail
IMEMC – Saturday July 16, 2011 – 03:49, The British Authorities decided to release Sheikh Raed Salah, head of the Northern Branch of the Islamic Movement in the 1948 territories, on bail after being detained for two weeks. His lawyer demanded his release pending the deportation case against him, the Press TV reported.

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