Iraq is falling deeper into the dark side.
Prime Minister Tony Blair and Defence Secretary John Reid have been holding secret talks with Saudi Arabia in pursuit of a huge arms deal worth up to GBP40 billion, The Guardian reported today.
Reporters Without Borders has published a Handbook for Bloggers and Cyber-Dissidents (in English, French, Chinese, Arabic and Persian), in which experts and bloggers from all over the world advise Internet users how to set up their own blogs and get them known, while preserving their personal anonymity.
Mouse Zedong or Mickey Mao?
Communist cadres share centre stage with Mickey as long-awaited ?1bn theme park opens. Read the story here.
According to U.S. State Department papers seen by the Guardian, George Bush's decision not to sign the United States up to the Kyoto global warming treaty was partly a result of pressure from ExxonMobil. Read here.
The national academies of science for all the G8 countries have also warned that governments must no longer delay action on what is widely seen as the greatest danger facing humanity. The statement is all the more important as it is signed by the president of the US National Academy of Sciences, which has warned George Bush about the dangers of ignoring the threat posed by global warming.
How much more evidence is needed?
Tony Blair's plane has been struck by lightning during a flight. Here his exclusive picture by Aref-Adib.com after the landing!
There's a general election here in the UK on 5th of May. If you still don't know who you should vote for, the new website Whoshouldyouvotefor.com might be helpful. I didn't get the answer I expected.