COLD WAR RADIO #61

Posted: June 20, 2014 in Uncategorized

Isis storms Saddam-era chemical weapons complex in Iraq

61Elibiary’s tweets

Who is Elibiary?

Boko Haram expands

Cold War history

The Border

 

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Isis storms Saddam-era chemical weapons complex in Iraq

DHS Adviser’s Anti-American Tweets Celebrated by ISIS Terrorists

Who Is Mohamed Elibiary?

Boko Haram Infiltrates Cameroon

Muslim Who Lived On Disability Pension In Australia Well Enough to Wage Jihad In Syria

Today in Cold War History for June 20
1949 – Central Intelligence Agency Act passes
1960 – The Mali Federation gains independence from France (it later splits into Mali and Senegal).
1963 – The so-called “red telephone” link is established between the Soviet Union and the United States following the Cuban Missile Crisis.
1972 – Watergate scandal: An 18½-minute gap appears in the tape recording of the conversations between U.S. President Richard Nixon and his advisers regarding the recent arrests of his operatives while breaking into the Watergate complex.
1973 – Ezeiza massacre in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Snipers fire upon left-wing Peronists. At least 13 are killed and more than 300 are injured.
1976 : As the fighting continues to escalate in Beirut and with westerners now facing increasing danger after the murder of the American ambassador Francis Meloy. Westerners are being evacuated by the US military and taken to safety in Syria.
1977 – The Trans-Alaska Pipeline began operation.
1979 – ABC News correspondent Bill Stewart is shot dead by a Nicaraguan soldier under the regime of Anastasio Somoza Debayle. The murder is caught on tape and sparks an international outcry against the regime.
1979: President Jimmy Carter climbed onto the White House roof to celebrate the installation of solar power panels. The 32 solar panels on the White House cost $28,000 and generated enough energy to provide hot water for the entire 132-room mansion. President Ronald Reagan removed the panels in 1986, saying the energy crisis of the 1970s was a thing of the past.
1982 – The Argentine base Corbeta Uruguay on Southern Thule surrenders to Royal Marine commandos in the final action of the Falklands War.
1991 – The German Bundestag votes to move the capital from Bonn back to Berlin.

Border Agents Quitting Over Catch and Release of Known Gang Members

 

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