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October 9th, 2012

Iran Cites IMF Data to Prove Sanctions Aren't Working US Military Sent to Jordan on Syria Crisis
Al-Qaeda Suspected in Decapitation of 3 Civilians in Yemen Who May Have Worked as Informants Spanish Police Nab Man With Potential Bomb-Making Material and Maps Showing Madrid Embassies
Syria's Civil War Leaves Its Cities, Economy and Cultural Heritage in Shambles Mexican Marines Kill Founder of Zetas Drug Cartel, Then Lose Corpse
Before Attack on US Mission in Libya, State Dept. Concluded Risk of Violence Was High British Police Arrest 2 at Heathrow Airport in Probe Into Terrorist Activity in Syria
France Proposes UN Resolution Backing International Force to Help Oust Rebels in Mali's North Tribunal Prosecuting Atrocities in Sierra Leone Civil War Will Go Out of Business Soon
Army Spokesman: Rebels Shell Tense Sudan Border Town, Killing 5; Rebels Deny Casualties Benghazi Attack May Mar Clinton's Legacy
Attack on Benghazi Consulate 'Unprecedented,' State Department Official Says Iraq Helps Keep Syria Fueled
Jailed Iraqi Politician Poses Test for Baghdad State Department: We Didn't Link Libya Attack to Video
Imran Blames Govt for Losing Golden Opportunity Imran Seeks UN Help to Stop Drone Attacks in Pakistan
Masked Youths Attack Kibbutz Movement Leader in West Bank Settlement Afghan Addicts Help Run Daring New Restaurant in Kabul
Yemen Busts Iran Spies, Detains 'American' on Qaeda Wanted List Blasts at Syria Air Force Compound Kill Dozens: Ngo
Libya Wrestles With ICC Over Right to Try Gadhafi's Son Japanese Companies Keen to Invest in Pakistan
Oil Rises 3.4% on Middle Eastern Tensions Iraq Oil Output Will Nearly Triple by 2035, Says 'Landmark Study'
Al-Qaeda Making Comeback in Iraq, Officials Say Malala Yousafzai, Teenage School Activist, Survives Taliban Attack
Somalia: Kismayo Under Night Curfew North Korea Says Its Rockets Can Hit US Mainland
Imam Extradited From Britain Pleads Not Guilty to US Charges Georgian Tycoon Expects NATO Entry After Poll Victory
Imran Khan: From Cricket Star to Political Kingmaker? For Netanyahu, a Reelection Campaign With an Eye to Washington -- and Tehran
Fsa Threatens to Take Fight to Hezbollah Bastion Syrian Rebels Take Key Town in Blow to Regime
Netanyahu Calls Early Elections, Citing Budget Woes Hunger Stalks Refugees Despite Oil Deal Between Sudan, South Sudan
The Afghan War: Do the Numbers Add Up to Success? Still Classified: Terror Suspects' Own Accounts of Their Abuse
Kuwaiti Newspaper Names Israel's Finance Minister as Source of Iran Leaks Iran May Cut Ties With UAE Over Disputed Islands
Israeli Leader Calls Early Elections Rebels Shell Sudan Town, 5 Women Killed
Russia Seals $4.2 Billion Iraq Weapons Deal Panetta, Gen. Allen Head to NATO To Reassure Ministers on Afghanistan Insider Attacks
China Says Accusations in House Report Are 'Groundless' Al-Qaeda-Linked Group Says It Struck Compound on Edge of Damascus
Pakistani Activist, 14, Is Shot by Taliban Israeli Lawmaker: Obama Is No Friend of Israel
Turkey's PKK School Attack Leaves 3 Injured IEA Chief Economist Optimistic About Future of Iraq's Oil Industry, Seen Key for Global Supply
US Supreme Court Sides With Halliburton in Denying Appeal From Victims of Truck Ambushes in Iraq Uganda: 50 Years of Independence, Amid Turbulence
Japan Economy Shaky as Island Spat Hits Business Taiwan Asking Apple to Blur Satellite Image
UN Envoy: Afghanistan Not Headed for Collapse First Female Rapper Debuts in Afghanistan
China Rejects US Accusations Against Telcoms Firms NATO Chief Says Ready to Defend Turkey Amid Border Skirmishes With Syria
Mexico Says Marines May Have Killed Top Zetas Drug Lord Cybercrime Law Is Suspended by Philippines Court
Pakistan Activist, 14, Shot in Swat Syria Rebels Bomb Air Force Intelligence Complex
ICC Considers Gadhafi Hearing Venue NATO Ready to Defend Turkey Against Syrian Attacks
Russia to Become Iraq's Second-Biggest Arms Supplier Cultural Trips to Cuba on Schedule Again as Contested 'People to People' Licenses Are Renewed
Top Shipping Line Maersk Says Halts Iran Service Taliban Shoot 14-Year-Old Pakistani Schoolgirl Campaigning for Peace

October 8th, 2012

Romney's New Freedom Agenda Draws Praise From Bushworld Iraq Vet Turned Peace Activist Taking Message on Road Through Maine
Three Civilians Killed as Libyan Pro-Govt Forces Attack Town
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