Unstacking the Deck – World News [2011 February]

Here are our stories we covered, get the links at our website Unstackingthedeck.com

[New American] U.S. & Canada Agree to Common “Perimeter”
[National Geographic] Small Nuclear War Could Reverse Global Warming for Years
[UK Daily Mail] NHS managers are blocking hospital referrals to save money, say GPs
[Guardian UK] Jihadi who helped train 7/7 bomber freed by US after just five years
[Reuters] Bush’s Swiss visit off after torture complaints
[Press TV] Karzai blasts US for killing children
[Russia Today] Stolen by Swedish social services:
[USA Today] French judges revolt, shut down courthouses
[Arab News] Arrested US official is actually CIA contractor
[Guardian UK] Argentina accuses US of trying to smuggle weapons into country
[Activist Post] Brookings Institute: “Which Path to Persia?”
[UK Daily Mail] Egyptian police use Facebook and Twitter to track down protesters’ names before ’rounding them up’
[Arab News] Logan’s case highlights Egyptian women’s issues
[Irish Times] Moroccan king will not ‘cede to demagoguery’
[China Daily] Malls witnessing gold rush as shoppers fear inflation
[CNN Money] IMF calls for dollar alternative
[Telegraph] World needs 0 trillion more credit, says World Economic Forum
[Times Live] Romania To Soothsayers: Get It Right Or Go To Jail
[Digital Journal] Mexico loses 80-100% of crops to freeze, US prices to skyrocket
[UK Daily Mail] ‘Theft by finding’: Woman who took potato waffles and pies thrown out by Tesco is handcuffed and charged with stealing
[Raw Story] US trade chief urges Europe to open market to GM foods
[Stuff] Animal death toll ends cloning trials
[Raw Story] China’s poor treated to fake rice made from plastic: report
[Vancouver Sun] Child obesity linked to formula, solid food
[Citizen’s Commission on Human Rights International] Australian Medical Journal Bans Pharma Advertising
[Arab News] Ahmadinejad slams Qaddafi, sees Mideast unrest engulfing world
[MSNBC] Internet traffic in Libya goes dark amid upheaval
[CNN] Internet is easy prey for governments
[BBC] WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange ‘would be denied justice’
[Wired] Zimbabwe Prof Arrested, Tortured for Watching Viral Vids
[News Scientist] The cyberweapon that could take down the Internet
[Torrent Freak] Internet Piracy Boosts Anime Sales, Study Concludes
[Gizmag] ahumanright.org plans to buy satellite and provide free Internet access for entire world
[PopSci] DARPA’s Giant Space Junk Net Could Remove Almost All Orbiting Debris
[Slashdot] Iran’s new space program
[Independent UK] Why infertility will stop humans colonising space

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