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EU: Iran Ready to Resume Nuclear Talks

The European Union says Iran has agreed to resume talks over its controversial nuclear program after November 10. The announcement was made by the EU's foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton on the sidelines of a key European summit.

European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton spoke to reporters briefly in Brussels, where leaders from the 27-member block wrapped up a two-day summit.

Another convicted felon with a gun...

Every time one of these characters decides to attack or kill another citizen, and particularly if that person is a civilian law enforcement officer, the fallout inevitably encompasses the firearms community. Gun prohibitionists have concluded that the way to disarm criminals is to take guns away from their law-abiding would-be victims. That’s the kind of logic that comes straight off the stable floor, if you get my drift.

http://www.examiner.com/gun-rights-in-seattle/yet-another-problem-with-a...

Article by Dave Workman

Former Argentine President Nestor Kirchner Dies

Former Argentine President Nestor Kirchner has died at age 60. The husband of current President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner died after suffering a heart attack in the southern city of El Calafate. Nestor Kirchner presided over Argentina's recovery from a severe economic crisis and backed those seeking justice for human rights violations committed during military rule.

RKB Interview with Vaming Radio

RKB will be interviewed by Vaming Xiong on KJAY AM 1430 today at 4:05 Eastern time to discuss the federal prosecution against people who were attempting to aid the Hmong people who are currently facing a genocidal campaign being waged against them by the Laotian government.

KCRA TV has a video covering recent protests against that prosecution at http://www.kcra.com/video/25405005/detail.html and a Hmong languange video by Suab Hmong Radio is available at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7KAcY_1kA6g.

A petition for the charges to be dropped is available at http://haahc.com/.

Accidental shooting and safe storage

A shooting mishap Monday in Kitsap County that left a 23-year-old mom wounded by shotgun pellets after her 4-year-old son managed to load a live round into a semi-auto shotgun lying on her bed is bound to set off a renewed push for “safe storage” legislation in Olympia when the Legislature convenes in January.

http://www.examiner.com/gun-rights-in-seattle/accidental-shooting-trigge...

Article by Dave Workman

Suspected US Drone Strikes Kill 6 in Pakistan

Pakistani officials say two suspected U.S. drone strikes have killed at least six people in the country's northwest.

Wednesday's attacks took place in the North Waziristan tribal region. Officials say a pre-dawn drone strike on a house killed at least two suspected militants in the Spin Wam area. Hours later, a second strike targeted a vehicle in the Datta Khel district, killing at least four suspected militants.

The United States has increased its use of drone missiles against Taliban and al-Qaida-linked militants in northwestern Pakistan.

Oil-Rich Abyei Part of North, Says Sudan Ruling Party Official

A prominent member of Sudan’s governing National Congress Party (NCP) said it seems officials of the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) are only interested in “the richness of the oil” in the disputed Abyei region.

Professor Ibrahim Ghandour, secretary for political affairs of the NCP said his party has documentary evidence that proves that the oil-rich but disputed Abyei region is part of the north.

Page Nine No. 92 -- Phoenix Censors Gun Safety Ads for Kids

PAGE NINE No. 92
The Uninvited Ombudsman Report
No. 92, Oct. 26, 2010
by Alan Korwin

One main subject in Page Nine this time --

Fifty of these illuminated street signs were posted under contract --
and torn down by the city of Phoenix!

1.

Sudanese Envoy Warns of War if Referendum Goes Ahead in Abyei

Sudan's U.N. ambassador is warning the country could slip back into civil war if a referendum goes ahead in the oil-rich Abyei region in January without consent from Khartoum. Meanwhile, the U.N. peacekeeping chief said more international troops will not be able to prevent a return to war, only a political settlement could accomplish that.