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ChiComs Warn America Over Internet

Communist China has warned the United States not to support efforts to expand Internet freedom. The Foreign Ministry claims America's support of Internet freedom is only a "pretext" to support interference in Chinese affairs.

The warning came after a campaign by ChiCom internet censors to delete posts promoting a speech this past Tuesday by Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, in which she announced a $25 million effort to protect bloggers, and urged governments to end censorship.

Protests Break Out in Libya

Protests broke out in Libya, as demonstrators called for the ouster of Libyan dictator Muammar Qaddafi. Area hospitals reported that 38 people were injured in clashes with police.

How the Grinch stole Christmas

International Christian Concern (ICC) has learned that the Vietnamese government used the Christmas holiday to crack down on Montagnard believers. Claiming that peaceful Christmas services were a political threat, the Vietnamese government surrounded gatherings and enforced a law making it unlawful for Montagnard Christians to gather.

Hundred Foot Drug Submarine Seized in Colombia

Colombian troops have seized a fiberglass submarine capable of carrying 8 tons of cocaine. The submarine represents an increase in capability over other seized "narco-subs" in that it was fully submersible.

Hard-line Iranian Lawmakers Call for Executions

Hard-line lawmakers in the Iranian parliament are calling for the execution of leaders of the opposition movement. Mir Hossein Mousavi and Mehdi Karroubi, whose supporters rose up in protests after the ouster of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.

Business before democracy

The United Nations and organisations working along the Thai-Burma border providing relief for refugees from Burma’s grinding civil conflict have been ordered not to support forces fighting for democracy.

News from America's Survival

I returned from the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) and am pleased to report that former leftist David Horowitz delivered a dynamite talk. From the podium, in front of thousands and to strong applause, he called on the organizers of CPAC to clean the ranks of collaborators with radical Islam. This is something that had to be said. Horowitz has true courage. I am proud to call him a friend and ally.

Mubarak Resigns

It was 18 days of sometimes violent demonstrations that forced the man who ruled Egypt for nearly 30 years to step down. Friday was the day the demonstrators had been awaiting. The announcement of Mr. Mubarak’s resignation drew an immediate roar of cheers and honking automobile horns throughout Cairo that went on for hours.

The announcement came from Vice President Omar Suleiman on state television.

He said Mr. Mubarak was stepping down and had asked the military to take control of the country. He ended his statement with the words “May God help everyone.”

Thailand, Cambodia Border Fight Moves to UN

Thailand and Cambodia plan to present their positions next week to the United Nations Security Council over recent fighting on their border.

A ceasefire held Friday along the Cambodian-Thai border, though the armies of both governments remain on alert.

Latest fight

A week ago, fighting erupted near a 900-year-old Hindu Khmer temple on the border. Several died before fighting halted Tuesday, and thousands on both sides were forced to flee their homes.