Apr 14, 2013
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April 14, 2013
Compiled 20:58 GMT
Compiled 20:58 GMT
By MICHAEL R. GORDON
The secretary of state said that the United States was prepared to reach out if North Korea made the first move to abandon its nuclear weapons program.
By BRIAN KNOWLTON
Legislation that would overhaul the country's immigration system received a forceful endorsement from Senator Marco Rubio of Florida, who after holding back for weeks appeared on seven talk shows to voice his support.
By HENRY FOUNTAIN
Researchers said that while creating functional kidneys for people was a long way off, replacement organs made like the rat kidneys would have benefits over other methods.
A detailed overview of the military tension on the Korean Peninsula, with photographs, graphics and reactions from residents of the region.
By ELIZABETH DUNN and MICHAEL NORTON
Europe may have its share of cheerful taxpayers, but they are in short supply here.
By EDWARD WONG
The Chinese are trying to stem the flow of disaffected Tibetans fleeing to Nepal and to enlist the help of the Nepalese in cracking down on the political activities of those already there.
By ISABEL KERSHNER
The resignation of the Palestinian Authority's prime minister, Salam Fayyad, adds a layer of confusion to the already contentious Palestinian political scene.
By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK and MAYY EL SHEIKH
Hosni Mubarak, Egypt's former president, appeared to display new confidence in court, or perhaps a certain schadenfreude, as he appeared at a hearing to open his retrial.
GGR's Arensberg responds to anti-gold propaganda posing as journalism: GATA | THE GATA DISPATCH -Apil 14, 2013-.
GGR's Arensberg responds to anti-gold propaganda posing as journalism
Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:
The Got Gold Report's Gene Arensberg today can't resist taking a few cracks at one more "journalist" who eagerly disparages gold but can't be bothered to put a single question to a primary original source of gold trading information, a central bank. Arensberg's commentary is headlined "Arrogant Gold Bears Press in the Market and in Print" at it's posted at the Got Gold Report here:
It's really not journalism about gold, only propaganda, if it doesn't try putting some questions to central banks about their surreptitious involvement in the market, such as the questions raised here:
CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.
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Sunday, April 14, 2013
News AnalysisThink Those Chemicals Have Been Tested?
By IAN URBINA
The overwhelming majority of chemicals in use today have never been independently tested for safety.
News AnalysisIndentured Servitude in the Persian Gulf
By RICHARD MORIN
In Qatar, Asian workers can't change jobs or leave the country without permission.