Three days of mourning are ordered for at least 143 Shia Muslims killed in Iraq's bloodiest day since the war.
New building in Jewish settlements on occupied land has grown 35%, despite international calls for a freeze.
The head of the IAEA praises Iran's co-operation with nuclear non-proliferation efforts as a "sea change".
Two men appear in court for allegedly embezzling aid supplies meant for Moroccan quake survivors.
Labour MP Louise Ellman replies to sacked Lib-Dem frontbencher Jenny Tonge's views on suicide bombings
Wacky Ideas in Ivory Towers? Not According to this Report
Source: bIPlog, published: 01/03/2004, 16:09
Report Raises Questions About Fighting Online Piracy by John Schwartz/NYT is about the Committee for Economic Development report that just came out (Susan Crawford was on this project too, so you know it's be well considered): "Promoting Innovation and Economic Growth: The Special Problem of Digital Intellectual Property." (Note it's a pdf.) The article says the report concludes the entertainment industry's pursuit of tough new laws to protect copyrighted materials from online piracy is bad...
One US soldier is killed and another seriously injured when a grenade is thrown at their vehicle.
Attacks on mosques or religious figures immediately bring to the surface the deep-rooted tensions between Sunni and Shia Muslims in Iraq.
Explosions rock Karbala and Baghdad as tens of thousands of Shia Muslims mark the climax of the Ashura festival.
Several explosions rock Karbala as tens of thousands of Shia Muslims mark the climax of the Ashura festival.
Unknown attackers gun down veteran Palestinian journalist Khalil al-Zaben outside his office in Gaza City.
Almost Real takes a documentary look at how online connections can supplant flesh-and-blood ones. It debuts Monday night on TechTV. By Jason Silverman.
Oil prices jump again, on the back of concerns over US petrol stockpiles and threats from Venezuela to stop supplies.
Human rights groups welcome the conviction of an Israeli officer for the killing of a Palestinian teenager.
The Arab version of the Big Brother reality TV show is taken off the air following protests.
Shia Muslims throng the Iraqi town of Karbala to mark Ashura for the first time since Saddam Hussein's ban.
The government has not yet decided what form its much-discussed withdrawal will take, a senior Israeli says.
The New York-based Human Rights Watch criticises Egypt's treatment of homosexuals.
Iran agrees to let Iraq build a 10km oil pipeline over the waterway that the two countries once fought over.
Most newspapers have given up the idea of charging money to view their websites. Increasingly, however, they're asking readers to provide personal information in exchange for their content. By Joanna Glasner.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors sponsors a ballot measure that it says would protect city residents from Patriot Act investigations. The city joins a growing list of municipalities leery of the law. By Julia Scheeres.
Saudi investigators question 50 people for allegedly attending a gay wedding in the city of Medina.
Police say they have arrested nine people and half a ton of narcotics after a five-day siege in Upper Egypt.
אני שומע בגלי צה"ל דיון מעמיק על מכבסת המלים הישראלית הידועה; הפעם זה וויכוח אם קוראים לתוכנית של ראש הממשלה "הינתקות" מהפלסטינים או "התנתקות" מהפלסטינים – זה נפעל, כלומר סביל ונגרר, זה פיעל, כלומר יוזם וקובע. האמת, זה דיון לשוני מעניין אש. בלי צחוק.
וכמו בכל פעם שדנים במכבסת המילים מביאים המון דוגמאות, שאין לי כוח להביא כאן ...
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