Sources: Construction of the Bin Laden villa was completed in 2005 with the full knowledge of former ISI officials who actually lived close to the facility.
NSNS – Washington – Top officials in Pakistan’s Directorate for Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) have known since 2003 that a plot of land was being converted to a villa to hide Osama bin Laden, according to US and Western European intelligence sources.
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Shannon Airport | U.S. Navy Admiral Mike Mullen, Chairman of the Joint Chief of Staff, greets U.S. Army Soldiers at the Shannon Airport, Ireland Feb. 12, 2011 . Photo: Wikimedia / Wolf32at | U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Teddy Wade
Shannon International Airport, set amid lush agrarian fields in the sparsely populated west of Ireland, is better known for its duty free shops than as a major transit hub for American troops on their way to war zones since shortly after Al Qaeda brought down the Twin Towers.
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For three decades the United States has been a key strategic market for the French atomic energy giant AREVA. The firm strongly supported the Bush administration’s efforts to revive the nuclear industry in 2005 and is now taking advantage of the Obama administration’s investments in nuclear energy.
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Sarkis Soghanalian (middle). Photo: Joseph Trento
Scores are still being settled from the Iran Iraq War in the 1980s. It is no wonder. If anyone has any doubt about Iran’s ruthless use of all its human resources at the Mullahs’ disposal, let me describe for you what I witnessed on the marshes in the swamps along the Shatt Al Arab near Al Qurna, Iraq, in February 1984 when CNN sent me to cover the Iran Iraq War. Continue reading The Secret History Part I: The C-802 Cruise Missile: Iran’s Threat in the Persian Gulf