Monday, December 06, 2004

Shortage

"The problem this time is that some power stations have been affected by sabotage operations from some groups which do not want this country to be improved. In addition to that, there was a large increasing in the power demand in the country because of the increasing in the appliances for each family. For example, I am sure that each family which has one TV before, now have at least two. In my estimation, I would say that the increasing in family requirement is about 25 to 50% of electrical power, in addition to the increasing in the industrial and commercial demands."
Iraq Today

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Blogger TFWnews said...

"FBI agents witnessed "highly aggressive" interrogations and mistreatment of terror suspects at the US prison camp in Cuba starting in 2002 - more than a year before the prison abuse scandal broke in Iraq - according to a letter a senior US Justice Department official sent to the US army's top criminal investigator."
news.com

9:10 PM  
Blogger TFWnews said...

"The cable, sent late last month as the officer ended a yearlong tour, presented a bleak assessment on matters of politics, economics and security, the officials said. They said its basic conclusions had been echoed in briefings presented by a senior C.I.A. official who recently visited Iraq."
nytimes

8:47 AM  

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