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Thursday - July 31, 2008:

  1. Hamas warns of uprising
  2. Giant chunks break off Canadian ice shelf
  3. Billion-dollar bankruptcies highest since 2003
  4. Ahmadinejad vows allegiance to Syria
  5. Barak in US We'll be much safer within months
  6. Barak US to provide missile warning system
  7. Candidly Speaking Don't confuse interfaith dialogue with groveling
  8. Did Germany strike a gas deal with Iran
  9. Gaza 5 hurt as blast rocks Hamas camp
  10. Hamas taunts Fatah 'only Zionists keeping you in West Bank'
  11. Mass. House votes to let out-of-state homosexuals 'marry'
  12. North Korea food crisis worst in a decade UN
  13. Olmert Ready to Give Away Golan in Exchange for Direct Talks
  14. Russia's SS-18 Satan missile to stay in service for up to 8 years
  15. Swine fever kills over 1,000 pigs in south Russia
  16. Sunday attack seen as start of terror campaign in Turkey

Wednesday - July 30, 2008:

  1. Ahmadinejad 'Powers' Going Down
  2. Anglicans to halt gay bishop consecrations and same-sex blessings
  3. Ariel Sharon's inner circle joins Livni camp ahead of Kadima race
  4. Bible-Thumping Joe Lieberman Connects Esau with Iran
  5. Evangelists cleared of 'hate-crime' charges
  6. Al Qaida commander urges killing of Saudi king
  7. Iran tells developing states to fight world-power bias
  8. India, Pakistan trade fire in Kashmir for 12 hours
  9. Mideast deal seems beyond reach as Rice hosts talks
  10. Peres: Jerusalem Needs Wall and Bridge
  11. Rice pushing for document of agreement by September
  12. The Palestinian Authority is mulling a proposal to declare the Gaza Strip "rebel-held territory"

Tuesday - July 29, 2008:

  1. Anthrax confirmed in 21 patients in south Kyrgyzstan
  2. Diskin says Hamas using truce to plant mines in Gaza
  3. Floods kill 22 in Ukraine, 4 in Romania
  4. Syrian envoy calls for end to 'state of war' with Israel
  5. India PM sees bomb sites, calls grow to boost security
  6. Istanbul bombs toll reaches 17, PM calls for unity
  7. Journey to Judaism: From Golani Commando Soldier to Judaism
  8. Mofaz Jerusalem becoming terror hub
  9. Officials US talks to Iran to legitimize attack
  10. Olmert May Quit and Name Mofaz as PM To Weaken Livni
  11. Some Methodist clergy performing same-sex 'marriages'
  12. Syrian US ambassador Let's make peace
  13. Toll roads take cashless route
  14. Turk court to rule on legitimacy of leaders

Monday - July 28, 2008:

  1. Soil Now Gone, Floods Keep Hurting
  2. Fatah threatens to arrest 200 Hamas men in West Bank
  3. 1 dead in Hamas, Army of Islam clashes
  4. Iran hangs 29 convicted criminals in Tehran
  5. Palestinians Israeli troops killed top Hamas fugitive in West Bank
  6. Israeli defence minister to visit US for talks on Iran
  7. 'Worst storms in 100 years' batter Ukraine
  8. Second typhoon bears down on Taiwan - CNN_com
  9. Security chief Cease-fire allows terrorists to re-arm

Sunday - July 27, 2008:

  1. Ahmadinejad says Iran now possesses 6,000 centrifuges
  2. Baldwin makes a call for impeachment hearings
  3. Ex-Mossad chief- Iran strike could impact us for next 100 years
  4. FDIC takes over two more failed banks - Mortgage Mess
  5. Hamas arrest 120 Fatah men after deadly Gaza blast
  6. Iran plans mass execution
  7. Poverty pushing people into Hamas militia
  8. 'S-300 not to reach Iran this year'
  9. Unity plea to avert crisis in Turkey World news The Observer
  10. Iran bans newspaper over economic reporting

Saturday - July 26, 2008:

  1. Christians: Foreign policy = religious freedom
  2. Court says 'gay' rights trump Christian rights
  3. Acceptance of Gay People in Military Grows Dramatically
  4. Kuntar Allah willing, I'll kill more Israelis
  5. 'Hizbullah convoy likely hit in Iran'
  6. 'UNIFIL flaws may lead to new conflict'
  7. Iran halts cooperation with IAEA probe
  8. Knesset Considers Law to Change Israeli Sabbath Observance
  9. The number of South African immigrants to Israel has nearly doubled in the past year
  10. Seven blasts hit Indian IT city of Bangalore, one killed
  11. Russian Navy prioritizes construction of nuclear submarines
  12. 'Bible' lawsuit may be sign of things to come
  13. 5 dead in Gaza blast

Friday - July 25, 2008:

  1. Are feds stockpiling survival food
  2. Egypt shuts down office of Iranian TV station
  3. Iran is the source of radicalization sweeping the Middle East and must be stopped
  4. Iran ends cooperation with UN nuclear arms probe
  5. Israeli intelligence Iran will wait for Bush exit
  6. Top Israeli officer stresses Iran on first U.S. visit
  7. Obama radio ad targets Focus on the Family
  8. Powerful aftershocks hit China quake area, one person killed
  9. Pro-family leader argues against H.R. 1246
  10. Russian S-300 missiles 'would ensure Venezuela's oil security'
  11. Yitzhar settlers riot in West Bank
  12. McCain: Israel ‘under greater threat’ than ever

Thursday - July 24, 2008:

  1. McCain US will not allow second Holocaust by Iran
  2. US general warns Russia on nuclear bombers in Cuba
  3. Israel fears al-Qaida Westerners
  4. 'Advanced S-300 on the way to Iran'
  5. Harrari Harps Recreates Biblical Instruments
  6. Barack Obama urged Israel to take whatever steps it needs to stop rocket fire from Gaza
  7. Strong quake jolts northern Japan, several injuries WORLD NEWS tvnz_co_nz
  8. Bush briefed on defense issues
  9. Unknown disease killing off Florida's state tree
  10. Attorney- Texas Bible decision may start a trend
  11. PBS documentary denies inerrancy of scripture

Wednesday - July 23, 2008:

  1. 18 injured in Jerusalem bulldozer attack
  2. Calif. water levels will be lowest in 30 years
  3. Germany Ireland will approve EU treaty
  4. Russian Bombers Could Be Deployed to Cuba
  5. Israel reaches out to evangelical Christians in Asia

Tuesday - July 22, 2008:

  1. IDF intel chief warns of Hizbullah attack in North
  2. Majority of votes for early Kadima primaries achieved
  3. McCain: US will not allow second Holocaust by Iran
  4. Bank of England policy-maker claims Britain entering recession
  5. Israeli chief of staff in Washington for 2nd round of talks on Iran in a month
  6. Americans traveling in Jordan warned
  7. New Apache chopper can kill at 50 miles
  8. Russia needs bombers in Cuba due to NATO expansion - ex-commander
  9. Spain drops reassuring gloss as crisis deepens
  10. Dems showing true colors on Proposition 8?
  11. Drought threatens drinking water for a million Australians
  12. Report Iran, US holding joint exercise

Monday - July 21, 2008:

  1. IDF head to hold Iran, Syria talks in US
  2. IDF MI chief Hamas, Hizbullah may be planning imminent attack
  3. 'Iran likelier to use nukes via proxies'
  4. Olmert- We will not rest until Shalit is home
  5. Pentecostal minister plays key role in Democrat election strategy
  6. Analysis Egypt enraged over Hamas claims it isn't honest broker
  7. Livni Primary delay will cause collapse
  8. High Court Orders Arab Squatters Evicted from Jewish Property
  9. Iran and Syria are rearming but are unlikely to launch a war with Israel while President Bush is in office
  10. Tropical storms going strong worldwide
  11. Iran's Air Force to test new armaments in large-scale war games
  12. Arab ministers criticize ICC charges against Sudan president
  13. Threat of mass starvation looms in Zimbabwe after latest harvest fails World news
  14. Drought conditions lead to Oregon grasshopper infestation

Sunday - July 20, 2008:

  1. Oil Brings US Closer to OPEC Dependence, Replacing Japanese
  2. The $5 trillion mess
  3. U.S. to Iran Cooperate or face isolation
  4. Iran given two-week deadline to end the nuclear impasse
  5. Ashkenazi goes to Washington
  6. Haniyeh: Deal with Hizbullah paved way for us
  7. New Gaza Terror Group Makes Hamas Seem Moderate
  8. Arrest Olmert for war crimes, say Egyptian MPs
  9. Planned Parenthood -- 'the LensCrafters of family planning'
  10. Senator's book critizes gov't, courts for silencing religion
  11. San Fran's next step Legalized prostitution

Saturday - July 19, 2008:

  1. State Department promotes 'Mosques in America'
  2. Hizbullah infiltrating 'every town' in south Lebanon
  3. All the News Fit to Print: NY Times Seen as Anti-Israel
  4. Dinars for Dollars: Arabs Buying Out Collapsing Western Banks
  5. Israel arrests 6 in plot to kill Bush
  6. Lightning Strikes Get Used to Catastrophic Wildfires and Worse
  7. Food A luxury Item?
  8. Kuwait parliament demanding answers on kingdom's readiness for Iran war
  9. Waiting for Islam's Messiah
  10. Lebanon becomes hotbed for terrorists

Friday - July 18, 2008:

  1. Biblical discipline -- or child abuse
  2. FADC Hand out gas masks immediately
  3. Iran: Death to non-Muslims
  4. Israel National Radio Director Promotes Aliyah from U.S.
  5. Kuntar I'll continue Mughniyeh's legacy
  6. Kuntar: We will free Shebaa, and beyond Shebaa
  7. Sarkozy call for second EU vote provokes storm in Ireland
  8. Two quakes hit Iran, no damage reported
  9. We only get one strike

Thursday - July 17, 2008:

  1. Olmert: Hizbullah scared to death of Israel
  2. Iran threatens President Bush
  3. Saudi king opens Madrid inter-faith conference
  4. Washington Watch Teetering on the brink
  5. Nasrallah 'most admired' Arab leader
  6. Big Brother Britain 'going too far'
  7. Great Lakes invaders wreak $200 million damage
  8. Pine beetle threat grows in the West
  9. Scientists Humans and machines will merge in future
  10. Muslim-led UN resolution draws attention
  11. Bible class allowed in TX public schools
  12. Offend a homosexual --- Go to prison for 5 years

Wednesday - July 16, 2008:

  1. Bulldozer targets West Bank fence
  2. Guest Columnist The silence of 'The Times'
  3. IDF readies for post-swap violence
  4. 6.8-scale Greek earthquake felt across Israel
  5. Israelis Ordered to Leave Sinai Immediately, Terror Alert
  6. The Zionist Freedom Alliance- Pro-Israel Revolution on Campus
  7. Former U.N. ambassador John Bolton said the United States should assist Israel in any strike on Iran's nuclear facilities
  8. More than 250 Africans converted to Judaism in Uganda
  9. Saudi offers Russia deal to curb Iran ties-paper WORLD NEWS tvnz_co_nz
  10. First major storm of the year moves toward Taiwan, China
  11. Crisis brews as Turkey's ruling party faces ban
  12. Iran's Air Force to stage large-scale war games
  13. Gulf of Mexico -dead zone- to hit record size- NOAA
  14. Can you identify bug that's baffled experts
  15. Obama's abortion record telltale, says Catholic group
  16. Churches seek legal protection from same-sex activists
  17. Barak Resolution 1701 a failure

Tuesday - July 15, 2008:

  1. Assad Damascus has 'no choice but peace'
  2. Assad: Israel to Pay 'Heavy Price' if Iran Attacked
  3. Hizbullah Ratcheting Up, Olmert Asks for UN Help
  4. 'Hizbullah trying to track IAF planes'
  5. IDF Prepares for Possible Double-Cross by Hizbullah on Wednesday
  6. Israel closely monitoring Shaba Farms
  7. Karzai opposes U.S. use of Afghan soil against Iran
  8. 'Peace would hurt Syria-Iran relations'
  9. Rough seas: One-third of coral reef species face extinction
  10. Israeli intel 40,000 missiles, rockets in Lebanon
  11. Polar base evacuated as ice melts early
  12. Massachusetts brewing a 'recipe for chaos'
  13. Denomination to ordain 'non-celibate' homosexuals
  14. Christian stations forced off the air
  15. 43 nations creating Mediterranean union

Monday - July 14, 2008:

  1. 'Recommendation to indict PM expected within weeks'
  2. Israel concerned Hizbullah will attack after prisoner swap
  3. Officials dismiss Lebanese threats
  4. 'We'll take land by force if talks fail'
  5. Ahmadinejad We'll sever enemies' hands
  6. 'Bush gave Israel amber light to attack'
  7. Iraqi airspace 'must not be used in strike'
  8. Dream has come true, says French minister
  9. France launch Med Union pledging support, energy and education
  10. Food crisis: Drought hurts vital Australian wheat
  11. Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez says oil prices could hit $300

Sunday - July 13, 2008:

  1. Mediterranean summit hailed as 'best news for peace in the Middle East'
  2. Iran resumed nuclear bomb project, experts say
  3. Washington Affairs Time(s) to act
  4. Iran says attacking it would be 'madness'
  5. Sarkozy- Syria and Lebanon will open embassies
  6. Hezbollah gains clout in Lebanon - but at a cost
  7. President George W Bush backs Israeli plan for strike on Iran
  8. World Bank's Zoellick Food prices high until 2012
  9. World Bank- Food prices create $6bn shortfall

Saturday - July 12, 2008:

  1. Hizbullah gets veto power in Lebanon
  2. Barak to brief Pentagon on urgency of stopping nuclear Iran
  3. Abbas hopes for positive momentum at Paris summit
  4. Iran nuclear chief to meet with Javier Solano
  5. Russia denies Iran is a threat and orders United States to drop missile shield plan
  6. Young French oysters hit by abnormal mortality
  7. Drought relief granted to parched Oklahoma
  8. Scientist to Congress U.S. risks 'catastrophe' in nuke EMP attack
  9. Mediterranean Union to be launched
  10. Sarkozy aims to revive EU pact this year

Friday - July 11, 2008:

  1. Argentine glacier sheds ice in rare winter breakup
  2. Australia food-bowl drought worsens, rains spare wheat
  3. Did Revolutionary Guards doctor missile photos
  4. Drought threatens Iraq's crops and water supply
  5. Hamas Preparing to Pounce
  6. 'Hizbullah is rearming at a dizzying pace'
  7. Iran Gen: Our finger is always on the trigger
  8. Iran test-fires more missiles in Persian Gulf
  9. Iran tests more missiles as U.S. vows to defend allies
  10. Is Iran changing its nuclear strategy
  11. June home foreclosures up 53 percent
  12. Kadima primary winner to replace Olmert
  13. Saber Rattling from Iran and Russia
  14. Tel Aviv, U.S. Vessels 'First Targets' as Iran Tests Missiles
  15. Hamas seen using new Russian weapons to break Israelis' will following invasion

Thursday - July 10, 2008:

  1. Defense officials UN Resolution 1701 on the verge of collapse
  2. Hamas caught using cease-fire to rearm
  3. Hamas chemical bomb makers arrested Jerusalem Post
  4. Iran will target US interests worldwide if attacked - Khomeini aide
  5. Livni- We must disarm Hizbullah
  6. Meteor seen passing over Israel
  7. National Security Cabinet to discuss Hizbullah armament
  8. Russia warns of military response if US-Czech missile defense agreement ratified
  9. US, Czechs sign missile deal; Moscow issues warning
  10. Will Mediterranean union advance peace

Wednesday - July 9, 2008:

  1. Meteor sighting sparks UFO panic in Israel
  2. Ahmadinejad on his way out?
  3. 'Current water crisis is unprecedented'
  4. Northeast bat population is in its own hell
  5. Food Shortages in Syria, United Arab Emirates
  6. Iran begins large-scale military drill
  7. Iran threatened to "burn" Tel Aviv and U.S. targets in response to any attack on its nuclear sites
  8. Iran's Ahmadinejad says G8 on road to precipice
  9. Magnitude 6 quake strikes southern Peru
  10. Ultra-Orthdox prohibition on entering Temple Mount splinters

Tuesday - July 8, 2008:

  1. Trumpet blasts to Jesus 'We're awake' on Earth
  2. Global shofar blast planned for Feast of Trumpets
  3. Thousands Expect Apocalypse in 2012
  4. Gaddafi bows out of Mediterranean summit
  5. Kinneret hits red line, endangering water quality
  6. Ahmadinejad says Israel, US won't dare attack Iran
  7. What's this Now they claim a resurrection before Jesus
  8. Israeli Arab Terrorists Threaten 'Unprecedented Attacks'
  9. A 'Big Day' for Kohanim- Future Temple Priests Get Fitted
  10. Iran stages war games, rejects nuclear demand WORLD NEWS
  11. Economy Britain teeters on brink of recession as companies cut back
  12. Turkey Threat to secular state or modernising force Ruling party awaits the verdict
  13. Chairman of Joint Chiefs warns of attack between administrations
  14. Australia faces worse, more frequent droughts
  15. Ruthless drought in West Timor puts children in crisis
  16. Iran has resumed A-bomb project, says West
  17. Boys punished with detention for refusing to pray to Allah

Monday - July 7, 2008:

  1. New West Nile virus strain may worsen epidemic
  2. FDA reports more cases in salmonella outbreak Chron_com
  3. U.S. admiral Iran likely to attack Israel
  4. Renewed calls for Gulf countries to abandon dollar peg
  5. Liel: Syria prepared to cut Iran ties
  6. Israel Leaks about Iran strike plans reflect internal US debate
  7. Floods leave 20 times more mosquitoes in parts of Midwest
  8. The ripple effect
  9. Things in the U.S. sure are tough. Brother, can you spare a euro

Sunday - July 6, 2008:

  1. Attack on Iran will greatly raise oil prices - oil minister
  2. Iran hands Solana response to incentives package
  3. Strike, and we'll strike you back, warns Tehran
  4. Syria calls on UN to 'stop Israeli aggression against our citizens in Golan'
  5. Iran vows to pursue nuclear work despite incentives
  6. Violent confrontation between Palestinians, settlers
  7. Rafsanjani to West- You're small, Iran is large
  8. Drip, drip___ drought
  9. Powerful quake hits Kamchatka; no damage or tsunami threat
  10. Turkish tensions Islamist government cracking down on secularists

Saturday - July 5, 2008:

  1. Earth's Core, Magnetic Field Changing Fast, Study Says
  2. Iran Offers Surprise Nuclear Deal
  3. Iran quake damages buildings, no casualty reports
  4. Muslims in Britain should be able to live under Sharia law, says top judge
  5. U_S_ admiral Iran likely to attack Israel
  6. World stocks slip again

Friday - July 4, 2008:

  1. Another Evangelical questions Obama's 'Christianity'
  2. Kinneret Water Line Just Days Away From Red Line
  3. Sharia law could have UK role, says lord chief justice UK news
  4. Sharia law row Turkey's ruling party fights for survival amid coup threat World news
  5. That's hot Heat wave temps to soar
  6. US turns the heat on Iran attack speculation
  7. Wildfire bears down on California, exhibiting extreme behavior
  8. Report: Iran Will Halt Enrichment If West Removes Sanctions

Thursday - July 3, 2008:

  1. 1.5 bln people may starve due to land erosion
  2. Algae bloom is China's latest Olympic nightmare
  3. Dow Jones becomes a bear market
  4. Bulldozer plows into Jerusalem bus, dozens injured
  5. Olmert warns Hamas not to mistake Israeli 'patience' as weakness
  6. Olmert- We can't fence-off east Jerusalem Arabs
  7. Third Temple preparations begin with priestly garb

Wednesday - July 2, 2008:

  1. Energy market watching tropical wave in Atlantic
  2. Vilnai- We know how to handle Iran threat
  3. Ex-intelligence official- World expects Israel to bomb Iran
  4. Midwest floods show signs of global warming
  5. Salmonella investigation expands beyond tomatoes
  6. PA Arabs: MIA Deal Shows 'Israel Only Understands Strength'
  7. U.N. Report Calls for Government Intervention on Global Economy
  8. Following Israeli report, Lebanon villagers fear major earthquake
  9. Strom on Commissioning Bentley

Tuesday - July 1, 2008:

  1. Lieberman- U.S. May Be Attacked In 2009
  2. The Food Chain - Hoarding Nations Drive Food Costs Ever Higher
  3. Falling Prices Grip Major Stock Markets Around the World
  4. No comment from White House on Iran ops
  5. Pentagon- Israel may attack Iran before 2009
  6. US 'won't allow' Iran to shut key Gulf oil route
  7. Health Ministry Warns Of Possible Quake

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