Pro-Taliban militants threaten to kill former Pakistani president

ShareThis Pro-Taliban militants threaten to kill former Pakistani president –Bush ally Musharraf has been charged with several offences, including involvement in the 2007 assassination of former Prime Minister, Benezir Bhutto. 23 Mar 2013 In a newly-released video, the pro-Taliban militants have threatened to kill former President Pervez Musharraf upon his arrival in Pakistan. On Saturday, […]

Sea Shepherd founder Paul Watson ‘arrested in Germany’

(BBC)   The founder of US-based anti-whaling group Sea Shepherd, Paul Watson, has been arrested in Germany, the group says. In a statement, it said Mr Watson was detained in Frankfurt and now faces extradition to Costa Rica. It quotes German police as saying the arrest relates to a confrontation over shark finning in 2002. Sea […]

FLASHBACK: World Trade Center Scrap Lands in India

(CorpWatch)   It might seem like a tangent to the tragedy of the Sept 11th attacks: the fate of the thousands of tons of steel that formed the twin towers. As with so many other unwanted materials from the US, more than 30,000 tons of steel scrap — possibly contaminated with asbestos, PCBs, cadmium, mercury and […]

2 Fuel Tanks Burn After Explosion Near Port of Galveston

KHOU.com February 23, 2012 HOUSTON—Two fuel tanks were burning Thursday evening after an explosion near the Port of Galveston, City of Galveston spokeswoman Alicia Cahill said. Eleven fire trucks from the Galveston Fire Department responded to the explosion in the 4900 block of Old Port Industrial Road. Fire officials said they believe crude oil is […]

Going Rogue: Giant Wave Damages Cargo Ship, Is Electromagnetic Experimentation To Blame?

The Intel Hub Tony Muga February 7, 2012 On the afternoon of Tuesday, February 7th 2012 the ‘Dry Beam’, a 26,000 ton cargo ship headed from Longview, Washington to Japan, was rocked by what is now commonly known as a ‘rogue wave’, sending the vessel to port at Ogden Point for repairs. The crew of […]

Going Rogue: Giant Wave Damages Cargo Ship, Is Electromagnetic Experimentation To Blame?

The Intel Hub Tony Muga February 7, 2012 On the afternoon of Tuesday, February 7th 2012 the ‘Dry Beam’, a 26,000 ton cargo ship headed from Longview, Washington to Japan, was rocked by what is now commonly known as a ‘rogue wave’, sending the vessel to port at Ogden Point for repairs. The crew of […]

NATO trucks at Afghan border returned

ShareThis NATO trucks at Afghan border returned 05 Jan 2012 Pakistan has turned back hundreds of NATO containers and fuel tankers, headed for Afghanistan, from its southwestern border-crossing to the southern port city of Karachi, Press TV reports. The NATO containers carrying supplies for US-led forces in Afghanistan started returning to Karachi from the border […]

Protesters block Port of Oakland entrance

ShareThis Protesters block Port of Oakland entrance –Police arrested more than 60 people after late-night confrontation 03 Nov 2011 A small group of Occupy protesters has blocked the entrance to the Port of Oakland at 3rd and Adeline. They’ve erected a chain link fence and placed dumpsters at the entrance to the port. Some drivers […]

Israel Navy tracks new Gaza-bound flotilla

ShareThis Israel Navy tracks new Gaza-bound flotilla –Two ships leave Turkey carrying between 20 to 30 pro-Palestinian activists; IDF says plans to intercept vessels, offer them to dock at Ashdod or port in Egypt. 02 Oct 2011 The Israeli Navy is tracking two ships, believed be part of a new flotilla to Gaza, that departed […]