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US Air Strike on Taliban Kills Afghan Civilians

At least 16 civilians were killed in air strikes by American-led forces on a village near Kandahar in Afghanistan. A US military spokesmen said a Tal

UK Troops to Stay in Iraq Until 2010

British troops face up to four more years of service in Iraq, as the country\'s newly-elected government struggles to establish territorial control.

Churches Launch Petition against Trident Replacement

Church leaders have united to launch a petition urging the Government not to replace the Trident nuclear weapons system. The Church of Scotland,Catho

Faslane 365 - Guardian Letter

On October 1-3 this year, there will be a gathering at the Faslane nuclear submarine base near Glasgow for women who went to Greenham - and all who wi

Local Authorities have over £700m in Arms Companies

Local authorities in Britain hold £723m of investments in the world\'s largest arms companies, according to figures released under the Freedom of Info

Scottish Parliament Trident Replacement Debate summary

Scottish Parliament Trident Replacement debate 4 May 2006 Summary of voting Neither the motion nor any of the amendments were agreed. A Conse

Bush Seeks Funds for Anti-Satellite Weapons

George W. Bush\'s proposed fiscal year 2007 budget contains a request for $5.7 million to test fire a ground-based laser into space to try to hit a sa

Trident Replacement Debate Scottish Parliament

The Scottish Parliament held a debate on Trident Replacement on 4 May. Neither the motion nor any of the amendments were agreed. A Conservativ

Nuclear Waste Panel Recommend Deep Disposal

The UK Government has been advised by an official panel to dispose of nuclear waste by burying it deep underground – the same solution it has already

Bush Was Warned There Were No WMD by CIA

The Central Intelligence Agency tried to warn the Bush administration on the eve of the 2003 invasion of Iraq that Saddam Hussein did not appear to ha