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The British Columbia Medical Association has described radium as â€œa superb carcinogen.â€
Jonathan Dion was killed early Sunday, when the Tracked Light Armour Vehicle (T-LAV) he was in was hit by an Improvised Explosive Device (IED). The blast wounded four other soldiers in the vehicle, all of them listed with "non-life threatening" injuries.
"We're actually better off than you in the west," said a writer, measuring his irony. "Unlike you, we have no illusions."
Orman made a big splash many years ago on public television â€” the incubating environment for her as a national phenom. With articulate calls for intelligent self-determination of oneâ€™s own financial future, she is a master of the long form. Humor and dramatic cadences punch up the impacts of her performances.
The Times (London) Washington correspondent, Sarah Baxter, reporting with a summary of the developments in the case involving the CIAâ€™s destruction of recordings of the treatment of Abu Zabaydah, points to the growing belief in Washington that President Bush viewed the torture tapes.
Spitting in the wind of conventional wisdom â€“ historically, a noble endeavor â€“ it has become a progressive badge of honor to have opposed Democrat John Kerry in the 2004 election.
These battles both ended in standoffs, as the U.S. forces felt constrained from unleashing their full military capabilities to crush the resistance. New insights into the thinking of the U.S. military are available from a U.S. army intelligence analysis â€“ by the Army's National Ground Intelligence Center â€“ of the first Fallujah battle entitled Complex Environments: Battle of Fallujah I, April 2004 that was leaked this week on the Wikileaks web site.
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