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Kurbanov pleaded not guilty during the hearing that lasted about 20 minutes. Kurbanov with a short, cropped beard, dark hair and wearing a jail jumpsuit spoke only a few words to the judge, their communication complicated by language differences.
For many, the term "weapon of mass destruction" -- or WMD -- means something far more apocalyptic than the Boston attack, tragic though that was. For those people it will forever be associated with the run-up to the Iraq War, when leaders of the U.S.-
One obvious reason is that Iran has no plausible ability to attack Israel. As the erudite journalist and political analyst Nima Shirazi has documented carefully and exhaustively here , here , here , here , and perhaps crystallized most clearly here ,
While the explosions, sweaty faces and shots of spaceships rising from the sea are exactly what we, the sallow faced, hairy-palmed masses were waiting for, it's still a bit strange to see Benedict Cumberbatch in what looks like an action role as the
AP When Iranian President , Mahmoud Ahmadinejad , said that atomic and nuclear and other weapons of mass destruction were incompatible with the teachings of Prophet Mohammad and the Islamic faith , it brought back apprehensive memories of the failed
Large Hadron Collider, had bottled antimatter back in 2010, keeping hold of the atoms for a fraction of a second...Scientists have kept minute amounts of antimatter in the lab for nearly ten years but they have struggled to keep it for any length of
The vote is intended as a recognition of the political progress made in Iraq. One resolution ends sanctions that were imposed to stop Iraq building nuclear, chemical or biological weapons. The fear that Saddam Hussein was developing weapons of mass
Security Council is set to take new steps to restore Iraq to the international standing it held before Saddam Hussein's 1990 invasion of Kuwait, including lifting sanctions that prohibited the country from pursuing a civilian nuclear program.
On December 3, former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice gave CBS's Katie Couric a much-needed lesson on why America went into Iraq. On Iraq, books have been written, as you know, many, many books; documentaries have been made about how intelligence
Nearly a decade after the 9/11 attacks, a succession of less spectacular but nonetheless traumatic subsequent outrages, and a bloody and expensive "war on terror" that has extracted a fearful price in life and treasure in Iraq and Afghanistan, it