Wikileaks Newslinks 27 October 2012: WikiLeaks reveals US detainee policies: Camp Delta

27 October 2012

Ecuador’s President suggests Assange be questioned at Embassy
Voice of Russia, News Today at 00:44 Sweden may send a representative of its prosecutor’s office to Ecuador’s Embassy in the UK to question Wikileaks founder Julian Assange . This was stated by the President of Ecuador, Rafael Correa, who cited instances when representatives of the prosecutor’s office interrogated suspects on the territory of a foreign embassy.

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VTJP Palestine/Israel News & Articles 26 October 2012: Analysis: World Bank policies persistently fail Palestinians

26 October 2012 — VTJP


International Middle East Media Center

Falk Calls For Boycotting Companies Benefiting From Israeli Settlements
IMEMC – United Nations Special Rapporteur on humanitarian affairs in the occupied Palestinian territories, called for boycotting all firms that benefit from Israel’s illegal settlements in the occupied Palestinian territories, and stated that this ban should be submitted to the UN General Assembly Thursday. …

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Video: Siege of Bani Walid: Foreign fighters, phosphorus bombs and nerve gas – RT sources

27 October, 2012RT

The besieged Libyan city of Bani Walid has been plunged into chaos. RT sources say that the former Gaddafi regime stronghold is under attack by militias bolstered by foreign mercenaries, and they used banned weapons like white phosphorous.

The sources denied reports of the last few days that Bani Walid was retaken by the Libyan government. Residents said that militia forces have continued their assault, while preventing the refugees who fled from reentering the city. 

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New at Strategic Culture Foundation 21-27 Oct. 2012: Bolivia-USA / Oil-Uranium / USA / Nobel Prize / EU / China / Nicaragua

27 October 2012Strategic Culture Foundation

Bolivian President Bluntly Describes US Diplomacy

27.10.2012 | 00:00 | Nil NIKANDROV

Bolivian leader Evo Morales tends to speak in a carefully chosen language, in part as a precaution natural for someone who is permanently under fire from his opponents. It long became a staple of the US propaganda to portray Morales as an individual who does not measure up to the standards normally associated with his status, and on the fringes the campaign against the Latin American country’s first indigenous president chronically slips into downright racism. After a period of evident restraint, Morales did respond to the US invectives in an unusually blunt manner in a recent Decolonizaton Day address… Continue reading

Australia’s Uranium Bonanza: Making the World a More Dangerous Place By John Pilger

24 October, 2012 — Global Research

The Australian parliament building reeks of floor polish. The wooden floors shine so virtuously they reflect the cartoon-like portraits of prime ministers, bewigged judges and viceroys. Along the gleaming white, hushed corridors, the walls are hung with Aboriginal art: one painting after another as in a monolithic gallery, divorced from their origins, the irony brutal. The poorest, sickest, most incarcerated people on earth provide a façade for those who oversee the theft of their land and its plunder.

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