Updated January 10, 2004 — 8:40 pm EST

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Milosevic Trial on Video
Pentagon: Saddam Is a POW
Former Bush Treasury Secretary: Iraq War Planned Before 9/11
Rice: No Evidence Iraq Moved WMD to Syria
Neocons Forced to Take a Back Seat for Now
US Military Stretched Too Thin for Empire?
Stretched US Pilots May Quit Military
American Military Deaths Approach 500 in Iraq, 100 in Afghanistan
British Troops, Iraqi Police Open Fire on Protesters, Kill 6
US Soldier Killed Taxi Occupants for Passing Convoy
Iraq Council Members Agree Kurds Should Keep Autonomy
US in Huge Troop Movement With New Unit to Find Bombs
Clear Channel Gags an Antiwar Conservative
by Charles Goyette
Bringing Peace to Iraq
by Richard Halloran
Media AWOL on WMD
by Bill Berkowitz
What They Don't Want You to Know
by John Pilger
Leave Iraq? Hell No, We Won't Go!
by Doug Giebel
Draft Creep
by David Wiggins
Behind the Headlines

Everything You've Always Wanted to Know About Neocons
The Story Behind Saddam's Arrest
Red Cross Pushes for Saddam Visit
Report: Saddam Has Cancer
Kurdish Official Calls for Campaign of Civil Disobedience
Bomb Kills Six at Iraqi Mosque, Rockets Hit Western Hotel
Pilot Killed in Iraq Survived Somalia's 'Black Hawk Down' and Cancer
Survival of the Fittest
Private US Experts Visit North Korea Nuclear Plant
N. Korea: Libya Is Foolish
Flight Simulator Inquiry at Staples Raises Terror Alert
Feds Lower Terror Alert to Yellow (Mostly)
'Soft Treatment' Fails to Get Saddam to Talk
US Seeks Turkish Base Access for Iraq Troop Rotation
Current US Troop Levels in Iraq Are Unsustainable
US Detains 30 Iraqis in Tikrit Raid
Iraq Smugglers Introduce Liquor to Iran
Syria to Return $200 Million to Iraq
Up to 3,000 Hawaii Troops Heading for Iraq
Japanese Reporters Get Iraq Combat Lessons
Archaeologists Play Key Role in Iraq's Mass Graves
Powell See Chances for Dialogue With Iran
Blogs, Not War, Transforming Iranian Political Life
Musharraf Drags Pakistan Back From Precipice
Al-Qaeda Suspects Elude Pakistan Troops
Russian Student Survives Bombers – Twice
Romania Offers US Choice of Sites for Bases
Separatists Give Georgian Leader First Headache
Khmer Rouge Trials Could Be Delayed Again
India Resumes Regular Flights to Pakistan
Nine Killed in Kashmir, Jammu Mosque Attacked
Guantanamo Families Accuse Blair of Blocking Release
Scotland Gives Dictatorial Powers to Ministers in 'Emergency' Cases
Fighter Escorts Worry Aviation Workers, Officials
US to Pull Tank Units Out of Germany Next Year
Wesley Clark Calls 9/11 Assertions 'Lies'
Libya to Pay $170 Million to 1989 Bombing Victims
Nearby Conflicts Worry Tunisia, but Libya Progress Brings Optimism
Syria and Turkey Defy the US
Saudis Deport UK Terror Suspect
Swiss Authorities Arrest Eight Linked to Saudi Terror Plot
Iran Denies Israeli Charge That Syrian Aid Planes Returned with Arms for Hezbollah
Powell Defends Sharon's Barrier
And the Twins Died
Israel to Request Billions from the US to Start Unilateral Separation Plan
High Hurdles for Palestinian Athletes on Road to Olympics
Latin American Allies of US: Docile and Reliable No Longer
Briton Pleads Not Guilty of Trying to Smuggle Small Missiles Into US
More News From Today
An American in China by Sascha Matuszak
Chinese Beats

Move On, Already: Bush as Hitler Falls Flat
Balkans Express by Nebojsa Malic
Nothing Radical: Behind the Serbian Election

With Friends Like These, US Enemies Donít Seem As Bad
Eye on the Empire by Alan Bock
A Visit to Israel

Staying Sane by Nixing the News
From the Most Dangerous Place on Earth by Praful Bidwai
Pakistan's Help to Iran, Libya Hikes Nuke Peril
Letter from Israel by Ran HaCohen
Is There Hope? Ė
Where to Look for It
The Old Cause by Joseph Stromberg
Kantians With Cruise Missiles: The Highest Stage of 'Liberal' Imperialism

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