BFP Select Nightly News & Editorials- December 31, 2013


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“The wisest thing in the world is to cry out before you are hurt. It is no good to cry out after you are hurt; especially after you are mortally hurt. People talk about the impatience of the populace; but sound historians know that most tyrannies have been possible because men moved too late. it is often essential to resist a tyranny before it exists.” -- G.K. Chesterton

International Newsworthy

Iran Test-Fires Missiles Near Strait of Hormuz

Iran Sanctions Hit Turkey Energy Supply

Iran 'Stages Cyber Warfare Drill'

Khamenei Page Prompts Calls for Iran to Unblock Facebook

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Afghans Angry at GIs Who Left at Night Leaving Rent Unpaid

‘1,056 Afghan Troops Killed in 2012’

Pakistan: Drone War Spurs Militants to Deadly Reprisals

Pakistan Releases 4 more Afghan Taliban Prisoners

9 Bodies of Pakistani Taliban Found in North Waziristan

Switzerland Freezes $300m Assets of Mubarak’s Sons

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Syria Says will Respond to Any Talks on Ending Conflict

Several Russian Military Vessels Headed To Syrian Port

Syrian Troops Regain Control of Central Town in Aleppo

Militants Blow Up Gas Pipeline in Syria

Black Market Prospers for Turkish Goods in Syria* * * *

Iraqi PM Questions Role of Turkey in Unrest

 22+ Dead & Scores Injured as Wave of Blasts Sweeps Iraq

Iraq's Deputy PM Survives Assassination Bid

Five to Die for Murder of Saudi Diplomat First Blamed on Iran

Al-Qaeda Offers Bounty for US Ambassador in Yemen

Over 40 International Oil Firms to Bid on Lebanon Gas Exploration Tender

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Egypt: Investigations Begin in This Morning's Tahrir Attack

Egypt Arrests Former Israeli Soldier

Egypt: Court to Rule on Legality of Egyptian Parliament

US Sends Military Forces to Chad

Central African Republic President Promises Coalition with Rebels

Central African Rebels Weigh Coalition Offer

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Georgia Parliament Overturns Saakashvili Veto on ‘Political’ Amnesty

U.S. Trains Georgia’s Future Officer Corps

John Kerry's Record on Central Asia & the Caucasus

Turkey Pushes NATO Integration of Central Asia-Caucasus-Balkans & Arab World

Uzbekistan 'Cuts Off Gas' to Tajikistan

Max Petroleum Discovers Oil at Eskene North Prospect in Kazakhstan

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Executives at Collapsed Iceland Bank Jailed for Fraud

EU Summit Reveals a Paralyzed Continent

National Newsworthy

Senate to Intel Agencies: We Don't Need to Know How Often You Spy on Americans  

The National Security State’s Embrace of Dictatorships

Secret Human Testing Revealed in Declassified US Army Docs; Lawsuit Follows

Judge Rebuffs Feds' Secret Arguments on No-Fly List

How the FBI Coordinated the Crackdown on Occupy

Pentagon Spending on Prescription Drugs Soars

Ron Paul’s New Year’s Message to Congress

Social Security Ran $47.8B Deficit in FY 2012

Noteworthy Editorials

Paul Craig Roberts: Agenda Prevails Over Truth

Jacob Hornberger: The National Security State's Embrace of Dictatorships

Stephen Lendman: Police State Harshness Intensifies Domestically

Paul Pillar: They Oughta Do Something

Institutionalizing 'Secret' Drone Strikes

An Overhyped Threat: Ballistic Missiles  

Too Big to Jail: Money, the Federal Reserve & International Banksters

Who Murdered Benazir Bhutto?


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