Updated January 18, 2004 — 11:50 pm EST

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Milosevic Trial on Video
Bomb Hits Near US HQ, 21 Iraqis, 2 Americans Killed
Gruesome Milestone: US Death Toll Tops 500 in Iraq
CIA Says Iraqi Bombings Were Ordered From Exile in Norway
Tests Show No Blister Agent in Iraq Shells
Army Says Rebels Using More Skill to Down Copters
UN Prepares for Meeting on Iraq, Wary of US Motives
US Tries to Give Moderates an Edge in Iraqi Elections
Coalition Authority Using 1918 British Report on Tribal System
CBS OKs White House Ads, Cuts Antiwar Ads During Super Bowl
Pakistan Lawmakers Heckle Musharraf During Speech
Rumsfeld Asks Supreme Court to Allow Holding US Citizens Without Rights
Is Bush Doomed?
by Paul Craig Roberts
Neocon Case for Imprisoning and Executing Congressional War Opponents
by Thomas DiLorenzo
WMD: Goodbye to All That
by Bill Berkowitz
Are You Going To Get Mad?
by Charley Reese
'Gender Advisers' for Iraq?
by Ross Clark
Invasion a Big Leap From Policy
by Helen Thomas
Behind the Headlines

A Giant Awakens: Iraq’s Shi’ites are On the March

America's Empire of Bases
by Chalmers Johnson

Pakistan's US-Backed al-Qaeda Search Trespasses Tribal Turf
US, South Korea Agree to Pull GIs Out of Seoul
We're Winning, says Bush, as More Soldiers Die
Bush Could Face Fallout Over Iraq Deaths
US Swallows Pride to Plead With UN
US Units Rotating Into Iraq Are Smaller, More Mobile
Saddam Fails to Enlighten US
Hoon Faces Censure Over Body Armor for UK Troops
Iranian Election Official Threatens to Quit
Libya's Black Market Nuke Deals Shock Inspectors
Israeli Envoy Not Sorry for Wrecking Art Exhibit in Sweden
Rise of the Cleric with All the Answers
A Look at Some of the Deadliest Days for US Troops in Iraq
Iraqi Political Parties Denounce US Plans
Plane With Georgian Minister Fired Upon in Baghdad
Former Envoy Says UN Return to Iraq Would Be 'Terrible Mistake'
No Early Return for British Troops From Iraq
US to Cut Back Patrols in Baghdad
Blast Plunges Kirkuk Into Darkness
Iraqi Oil Gets Its Own Police Force
National Guardsmen Train for Iraq in Oklahoma
Iraq Likely to Dominate Next Japanese Parliament Session
Embattled Halliburton Gets Another Iraq Contract
Forget Halliburton
Lebanese Authorities Seize $15 Million in Iraqi Currency
France May Help Train, But Won't Send Troops to Iraq
US Army Says Oil Leak Into Iraq River is Plugged
Mosque Killings Underscore Iraq's Sectarian Divide
New Firm to Sell Mitsubishi Cars in Iraq
UN Returns to Iraq on Secret Mercy Mission
Turkey Pushes for Closer Mideast Ties
Rockets Hit Near US Base in Eastern Afghanistan
Nation Torn Between Taliban and America
US Officials Try to Trace Sale of Nuclear Technology
Al-Qaeda Launches Online Terrorist Manual
US General Says No Need for Base in Australia
French Minister Blasts Neocon Ideas
Red Cross Pushes Pentagon on Guantanamo Prisoners
US to End Aid to Uzbekistan Over Rights Abuses
UN Troops Enter Eastern Liberia
Diplomatic Flurry May Influence Washington's Middle East Policy
Israeli Soldier 'Tried to Cover Up Killing of British Activist'
Israeli Forces Raid West Bank Village
'What Kind of Humans Do This?'
'Wrecking Everything in Their Paths'
US Pressing Palestinians on Attack Probe
Outposts Blossom in West Bank Nature Reserves
Israel Lifts Blanket Ban on Gaza Workers
Poll Shows Bush Support Among Arab-Americans Dropping Sharply
Air Marshals or Cowboys?
Canada to 'Risk Score' Air Travelers
China Holds Top Hong Kong Official as 'British Spy'
Atlanta War Protesters Proud They Got to Jeer Bush
Australian Doctors Say Missile Defense Will Lead to Arms Race
More News From Today
Balkans Express by Nebojsa Malic
Back to the Balkans?

A War in Search of a Reason
Eye on the Empire by Alan Bock
The Crumbling Case for War

Note to David Brooks: That Joke Isn’t Funny Anymore
From the Most Dangerous Place on Earth by Praful Bidwai
India-Pakistan Peace Process Fragile, but Real
An American in China by Sascha Matuszak
Chinese Beats

Move On, Already: Bush as Hitler Falls Flat
Letter from Israel by Ran HaCohen
Is There Hope? –
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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