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In a two-part interview with the local Fox News station in Tampa, Florida, former U.S. Senator Bob Graham (Fla.) made what may be his strongest statements to date about the Saudis.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry flew from Saudi Arabia to Turkey on Friday to confer with more of the Obama Administration's so-called "allies" in the war against the Islamic State.
The strategy that President Obama laid out, Wednesday night, for his war on ISIS (or ISIL, as the administration prefers to call it) in Iraq and Syria, seems to be little more than a larger-scale version of the drone campaign he has been carrying out in Yemen. After all, he said so himself.
Argentine prosecutor Jorge Dall Rocha officially filed criminal charges on Sept. 10 against executives of the Buenos Aires branch of the Queen's own HSBC, the notorious drug and money-laundering bank, for money-laundering and "aggravated tax evasion" of $392 million. If found guilty, the accused could serve a prison term of between three and nine years.
Just hours before Tuesday's Capitol Hill press conference on the 28 pages, the New Yorker magazine published a "Daily Comment" feature on the hidden 28 pages and the Saudis by staff writer Lawrence Wright, who wrote what is regarded as one of the best books on al-Qaeda
Former Senator Bob Graham (D-Fla.), who chaired the original 9/11 Joint Congressional Inquiry, gave an interview to The Independent’s Patrick Cockburn, published Sunday, once again blasting President Obama for his continuing coverup of the Saudi role in 9/11, including his refusal to declassify the 28- page chapter of his report which detailed Saudi funding of the hijackers.
Government officials from Russia and Syria have issued statements after U.S. President Obama's Sept. 10 war speech, warning that U.S. military strikes on Syrian territory without the approval of the Syrian government or without a United Nations authorizing resolution would be a violation of international law.
By a vote of 134 to 99, Argentina's Congress voted into law the bill proposing a new debt swap, which would take place outside of U.S. jurisdiction.
There is a direct line between some of the 9/11 terrorists and the government of Saudi Arabia, former U.S. Sen. Bob Graham told the Tampa/Sarasota television station WTSP in the first part of a two-part story aired Wednesday night. "There was a network supporting the hijackers," Graham declared, and the FBI continues to cover this up.