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July 02, 2003

Multilaterial military actions about to become obsolete
Guardian | Submitted by: Dirty Sammy
"The Pentagon is planning a new generation of weapons, including huge hypersonic drones and bombs dropped from space, that will allow the US to strike its enemies at lightning speed from its own territory. Over the next 25 years, the new technology would free the US from dependence on forward bases and the cooperation of regional allies, part of the drive towards self-sufficiency spurred by the difficulties of gaining international cooperation for the invasion of Iraq."

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America pushing for total immunity on war crimes
Toronto Star | Submitted by: poorjon
"The United States will suspend military aid to about 35 countries that didn't meet a deadline today for exempting U.S. troops from prosecution before the new UN international war crimes tribunal. ... Created under a 1998 treaty, the court was established to prosecute genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity cases against nationals of countries unwilling or unable to try the cases themselves. ... Former president Bill Clinton's administration signed the treaty but the Bush administration nullified the signature and has sought a permanent exemption from prosecutions."

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Big Brother back on schedule
Wire Services | Submitted by: thx1138
"The Pentagon is developing an urban surveillance system that would use computers and thousands of cameras to track, record and analyze the movement of every vehicle in a foreign city. ... The project's centerpiece is groundbreaking computer software that is capable of automatically identifying vehicles by size, color, shape and license tag, or drivers and passengers by face." [Next stop: Total Information Awareness.]

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Giant blob washes ashore in Chile
CNN | Submitted by: Mikya
"Chilean scientists were baffled on Tuesday by a huge, gelatinous sea creature found washed up on the southern Pacific coast and were seeking international help identifying the mystery specimen. ... Photographs showed a round leathery substance like a mammoth jelly fish, about as long as a school bus."

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No law against fucking on the Autobahn
Guardian | Submitted by: optional
"Having sex while driving at 60mph down a motorway is not an offence in Germany. A court in Cologne fined a man who admitted he was having sex with a hitchhiker when he drove his car into a road sign, but only because he fled the scene. ... 'It's hard to believe, but in fact no law was broken with the intercourse on the motorway. It's a situation lawmakers never thought about.'"

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15-year-old repeatedly raped in South African jail
iAfrica | Submitted by: Tim Howard
"The repeated rape of a 15-year-old boy by an adult in a Mpumalanga police station holding cell has provoked an outcry from opposition parties, including a demand for a proper investigation of the incident. According to reports, the boy -- who is facing charges of theft of goods totalling R500 -- may have contracted AIDS after he was sexually abused by an inmate at the Amsterdam police cells."

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