--Medvedev warns of consequences of rising Middle East tensions
-----Turkey, Syria, Qatar condemn Israel, want diplomacy on Iran
-------Iran: Brazil and Turkey make new nuclear proposal
-----------Israel: NKorea shipping WMDs to Syria...
--------------Russia may build nuclear power plant in Syria...
----------------New Israeli Technology, Making a Tank Disappear
-------------------RUSSIA WARNS OBAMA ON IRAN SANCTIONS
----------------Russia Signs $20 Billion Deal for Turkish Nuclear Power PlantRussia's ZAO Atomstroyexport signed an agreement to build a power plant with four nuclear reactors on Turkey's southern coast at a cost of as much as $20 billion after more than a year of negotiations.
----------------------'Russia moving closer to Hezbollah too'Russian President Dmitry Medvedev visited Syria this week and met with Hamas politburo Khaled Mashaal.--------------------------------Palestinians see Obama as their saviorRoadside signs set up as part of new PR campaign calls on Obama to free Palestinians from slavery and oppression
----------------------------------------Medvedev to Assad: Israel intends to use nuclear weapons on Syrian cities
Obama threatens to 'impose' Palestinian state
Stonehenge crop circle
Another crop circle was found on Sunday, 9th May 2010 near Stonehenge, Wiltshire, UK.-photo latest-ufo-sightings.net
----------Britain's new Prime Minister promised UFO disclosure David Cameron has vowed to publish any secret files that may exist on UFOs.
Disclosure or Disinformation?
Posted by lamarzulli on May 14, 2010 - Former Legislator Makes Statement on Un-Released Eisenhower Brief
=Acclaimed UFO documentary released on DVD. -photo snipit
=No survivors in Quebec slide Four family members found dead in the rubble. -photo theglobeandmail.com
Archaeologists: Graveyards Dating Back To Roman & Bronze Era Unearthed In Syria
Jupiter loses one of its stripes and scientists are stumped as to whyJupiter has lost one of its iconic red stripes and scientists are baffled as to why.
Maine Fruit Crops Devastated by Frost
May Frost Hits Calif. Asparagus, Ginseng
Israeli Scientists Prepare for Arrival of Deadly Fungus
"Supersnooping Federal Agencies" Will Collect Data On AmericansBig Brother wants to watch you more closely. Especially how you spend your money. His latest snooping plan comes from provisions in the banking bill being debated in the Senate. The bill is being pushed by Sen. Chris Dodd, D-Conn., chairman of the Senate Banking Committee.
Drone Could Begin Flying over Texas in a Matter of Months
Preach Bible, get arrested Trial for street minister scheduled in September - A Christian street preacher has been arrested in Britain, accusing of telling a woman that homosexuality is a sin, and alarms are being raised that such actions soon are coming to the United States.
Ash affects flights in Morocco, Turkey, Spain...
US university introduces electronic monitoring of student attendance
17,921 still 'missing' 2 years after China quake
Earthquake kills one, injures dozens in AlgeriaAt least one person has been killed and dozens have been injured in a 5.2-magnitude earthquake that has occurred outside the Algerian capital, the German DPA new agency said.
Digital Photocopiers Loaded With Secrets www.youtube.com
CBS - Digital Photocopiers Loaded With Secrets At a warehouse in New Jersey, 6,000 used copy machines sit ready to be sold. CBS News chief investigative correspondent Armen Keteyian reports almost every one of them holds a secret. ...
Another Possible Meteor Sighting in Wis.
Fannie Mae Seeks $8.4 Billion in Taxpayer Aid after First-Quarter Loss
=Could another Icelandic volcano erupt soon?As scientists and air travellers alike keep a close eye on Iceland's ongoing volcanic eruption, some reports suggest that another, much bigger, volcano could stir in the near future. Katla is Eyjafjallajokull's more active neighbour, and scientists believe that there may be a link between the two volcanoes. -photo news.bbc.co.uk
-----Ash Cloud Moves Toward Southeast France
=Meet the nano-spiders: The DNA robots that could one day be walking through your body -photo dailymail.co.uk
=Herschel telescope finds 'impossible' star so massive it would dwarf our sun A newborn star looks set to turn into one of the biggest stars in our galaxy. -photo csmonitor.com