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U.S. urges Latin American countries not to deepen Iran ties
She made the remarks when asked about Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s decision to set off on a five-day tour of the Latin American countries of Venezuela, Nicaragua, Cuba, and Ecuador on Sunday, January 8.
Royal Navy sends its mightiest ship to take on the Iranian show of force in the Gulf Naval commanders believe the deployment of HMS Daring, a Type 45 destroyer, will send a significant message to the Iranians because of the firepower and world-beating technology carried by the warship. (The ‘Titanic’ was declared unsinkable too.)
Japan to Express Concerns to U.S. Over Possible Iranian Oil Ban Foreign Minister Koichi Gemba “expressed our concerns to the U.S. government in December, including our worries about the impact of a possible import ban on the Japanese and global economy,” Fujimura told reporters in Tokyo today. “We are maintaining that position.” (Japan is not a happy-camper. They are increasingly siding with China.)
Afghanistan arrests British contractors with guns Their detention spells the latest trouble for Afghanistan’s dozens of private security companies that guard supply convoys, development projects and private businesses. President Hamid Karzai has ordered all the protection companies shut down by March, . . . All 30 weapons had their serial numbers scratched off, and the men had no permits for them, so police arrested all four men on suspicion of illegal arms transport (Contractors . . . another name for mercenaries.)
Tehran calls U.S. rescue of Iranian sailors humanitarian gesture U.S. officials announced on Friday that 13 Iranian fishermen had been rescued by a U.S. Navy destroyer on Thursday, more than 40 days after their boat was commandeered by suspected Somali pirates (A step in the right direction.)
9/11: A Conspiracy Theory (Complete text for those without video)