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Pak race for tactical nukes adds new poison to the mix

Nov 16, 2012

Pak race for tactical nukes adds new poison to the mix

Pakistan's nuclear frenzy, and its move to acquire smaller and more readily usable nuclear weapons, is disquieting because such weapons make sense only when distributed near the borders for quick and early use. #Pakistan #Nuclear weapons #JihadNation #Nuclear proliferation #No first use

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Pak race for tactical nukes adds new poison to the mix

Sep 19, 2014

Davont'e Resiles used belt, knife to kill Davie woman, prosecutor says

DNA evidence found on a belt and knife at the home where a Davie woman was discovered dead in a bathtub led police to the 20-year-old man who used the items to kill her, a prosecutor said in court Friday. Dayont'e Resiles faced a Broward County judge... #Florida #Texas #Palm Beach #Halliburton #John Hurley #Fort Lauderdale, FL
Pak race for tactical nukes adds new poison to the mix

Sep 19, 2014

Davont'e Resiles used belt, knife to kill Davie woman, prosecutor says

DNA evidence found on a belt and knife at the home where a Davie woman was discovered dead in a bathtub led police to the 20-year-old man who used the items to kill her, a prosecutor said in court Friday. Dayont'e Resiles faced a Broward County judge... #Florida #Texas #Halliburton #John Hurley #Fort Lauderdale, FL
Pak race for tactical nukes adds new poison to the mix

Sep 19, 2014

Alibaba signals designs on U.S. market

NEW YORK -- As Chinese e-commerce powerhouse Alibaba prepares for an initial public offering on the New York Stock Exchange, it is quietly hinting at plans to expand into the U.S. The company's shares are expected to start trading today in New York. ... #Florida #Texas #Halliburton #John Hurley #Fort Lauderdale, FL