The Toll – 4/4/10 – South Korea Suspects Torpedo

by Dave McGill

The Korean situation is still smoldering from the sinking of one of the South’s naval boats off the North’s shoreline, resulting in the loss of 46 crewman. An explosion was the cause but the question is, what caused the explosion? On Friday, Defense Minister Kim Tae-young told the South Korean parliament that the ship was most likely struck by a torpedo. However, there has been no official confirmation that the north was involved and the possibility exists that the sinking was caused by a mine left over from the Korean War.
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The Toll – 2/21/10 – Iran Attack Clock Moves Towards Midnight

by Dave McGill

About the same time that India conducted a test demonstrating it now has the ability to deliver a nuclear bomb to any target in the Middle East – or China – Iran provided more evidence that it intends to continue attempting to join the nine nations that comprise the so-called nuclear club.
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The Toll – 10/18/09 – Pakistan Group in Iran Attack

by Dave McGill

The Pakistani terrorist group known as Jundallah, or “The Army of God,” claimed responsibility for an attack within Iran that claimed 42 lives on Sunday. The dead included five senior commanders of the Revolutionary Guard. Pakistan’s envoy to Tehran was subsequently summoned to the Iranian Foreign Ministry and told Pakistan must control the terrorist groups operating within its borders.
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