Saturday, March 26, 2005

Edited by Victor A. Cuvo

U.S. Alleges Illegal Nuclear Deals By Pakistan
Investigators say the country has secretly bought high-tech components for its weapons program from U.S. companies.

Pakistan to Get F-16s in U.S. Policy Shift

Barbara Bush greets Hillary Rodham Clinton after the presidential election. (Nov. 19, 1992)
Barbara Bush: Hillary Will Lose In 2008...









Guards Find Tunnel in Iraq Prison!

U.S.-Iraq raid kills 85 in 'nerve center' of insurgency
BAGHDAD — In the first such operation, the U.S.-led coalition has found and destroyed a Sunni insurgency camp in Iraq. Iraqi and U.S. officials said Iraqi intelligence located the insurgency camp about 170 kilometers northwest of Baghdad and 17 kilometers west of Tikrit. A U.S.-Iraqi commando unit, backed by aircraft, attacked the insurgency camp and killed 85 operatives under the command of elements loyal to Saddam Hussein as well as Al Qaida.
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Bill Garner
Kyrgyz opposition names president, Russia supports
Discussion on the Revolution in Kyrgyzstan, Monday, March 28
Women Now Majority of Undergrads

OPINION:
LARRY ELDER
Iraq war – America's
most unpopular?


RICH LOWRY
Can Dems do religion?

VICTOR DAVIS HANSON
Who is Ward Churchill?

TOM HALE
Clothing aside, war debate matures


SPORTS:
03/25/2005
Spring Notebook No. 6 -- Calling it a "very encouraging" start, East Carolina Head Football Coach Skip Holtz wrapped up the second week of spring workouts by guiding the Pirates through a 110-minute practice Friday morning at Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium.


Spring Practice Report - 3/25
The Georgia Southern football team concluded their second week of spring practice, scrimmaging at Paulson Stadium Friday for two hours. The players are off for Easter weekend before returning to practice on Monday.
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VALDOSTA STATE SPRING FOOTBALL FOOTBALL: Spring Work Ends With Red Victory, 14-10

NEWS FROM AROUND THE COUNTRY:

From Easton, PA:Easton SWAT officer dies after Downtown shooting

From Valdosta, GA: Gun rumor at Lowndes High proves to be false