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As I Lay Crying: Teresa Whitehurst
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US Kills 109 Iraqis in Samarra Offensive
Pentagon to Nix Negative Iraq Reports
Rumsfeld: Insurgents Have Gained in Iraq
Bush, Kerry Promise to Win in Iraq
US Eyes All-Out Offensive on Fallujah
Deadliest Day in Gaza in Two Years
Pakistan Mosque Bombing Kills 28
Justice Delayed by Politics?
by Juan Cole
The Media's Culpability for Iraq
by John Pilger
This Election Isn't About Vietnam
by Sheldon Richman
Betrayed by Bush  by Patrick J. Buchanan
As I Lay Crying  by Teresa Whitehurst
Iran: Bush's Nuclear Bogeyman
by William O. Beeman & Donald A. Weadon

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Sibel Edmonds: Congress Afraid of Ashcroft
New Tape by Bin Laden's Deputy Broadcast
Pentagon Iraq Strategy 'Failing'
2 Car Bombings in Iraq Kill 41, Many Children
US Military Is Stretched Too Thin, Defense Board Warns
Army to Ease Standards to Meet Recruitment Goals
September Among Deadliest Months for US in Iraq
Witnesses: US Troops Fired on Car, Killed Six Iraqi Children
Vatican Says World No Safer After US War on Iraq
IMF Delivers Iraq Loan; US Motives Questioned
Complete Debate Transcript
Hostage's Wife Begs Blair Not to Turn His Back on Her Husband
Violence Continues
Day of Violence Leaves 50 Dead, 145 Wounded in Iraq
Troops Offered Candy – for Some Kids, It Meant Death
US Soldier Killed in Baghdad Rocket Attack
US Fallujah Air Raid Kills Family of Four
Police Official Assassinated in Mosul
Bodyguard of Kirkuk Mayor Killed
Hostage Crises
10 New Hostages Seized in Iraq
A Ray of Hope in Iraq's Hostage Crisis
Allawi Criticizes Media Coverage of UK Hostage Situation
UK Again Rules Out Hostage Deal
British Hostage's Relatives Intensify Efforts for Release
Mental Torture: A Former UK Hostage Speaks
Kidnapping for Cash, Iraq's Growing Industry
Iraqi Politics
Allawi: Southern Iraq Won't Secede
Allawi: Elections Still On Despite Violence
Have Allawi and Iraq's Leaders Lost the Common Touch?
Iraq Occupation
US Offensive Hinges on Iraq Elections
Bush Spending in Iraq to Be Slower Than Suggested
Bulgaria to Redeploy Troops in Iraq
Japanese Forces Targeted for Helping US
Lithuania to Keep Troops in Iraq and Afghanistan Until the End of 2005
US Hands Over Iraq Waters Sovereignty
US Military Releases 180 Prisoners From Abu Ghraib
The New Iraq
Najaf Holy Shrine Opens for First Time Since Clashes
Peril in Iraq Puts Off Schools' Start, Again
Global Iraq Fallout
Iraq War Divides Australian Candidates
Wealthy Nations Get US Plea for Iraq Aid
UN Envoy: Pakistan Will Be Asked to Send Troops to Iraq
Iran Backs Holding Iraqi Vote on Time
Struggling Iraqi Refugees in Jordan Blame US for Their Exile
Oscar-Winning Director Shooting Iraq War Comedy
Powell to Attend Iraq Conference
Battles of Britain
UK Critics Urge Blair to Stand Up to Bush
British Army's $3.4 Billion Radio Giving Troops Radiation Burns
UK Labour Party Votes, No Withdrawal Date for Troops in Iraq
Blair Accused of Behind-the-Scenes Arm-Twisting to Avoid Labour Vote for Iraq Pullout
UK Backs Treaty to Control Arms Trade
Gurkhas Unhappy at Limits on UK Citizenship
US Deems Taliban Low Threat to Afghan Elections
19 Afghan Soldiers Die in Attacks
Germany Extends Troops Mandates in Afghanistan
Karzai Inaugurates Rebuilt Afghan Museum
Pakistan Refuses to Let UN Interview Nuclear Scientist
Pakistani Security: Al-Qaeda Behind Local Jihadists
Pakistan Arrests Libyan Suspected of al-Qaeda Ties
Glacier War Is the World's Most Absurd
Kashmir Conflict Pushes Many to Suicide
China & Her Neighbors
Taipei: China May Have 800 Missiles Targeting Taiwan in 2006
Taiwan President Hardens Stance Toward China
Israel Lobbying for Taiwan Submarine Buy
Behind the Taiwan-Singapore Spat
Terror Alert Sounded in South Korea
North Korea Increases Restrictions on Foreign Aid Groups
China Tells Canada to Send North Korean Refugees in Embassy Back Home
Indonesian Parliament Gives Military Back Its Powers
Huge Turnout for Indian Maoist Rally
The Debate
Self-Serving Oversimplifications All Around
Kerry vs. the Rules, Bush vs. His Temper
Candidates Clash Over History, Allies
Both Candidates Stick to Their Focus Group Scripts
Foreign Policy Divide Is Slim for Bush, Kerry
Kerry: 'I Can Make America Safer'
The War at Home
Senator 'Dismayed' Over White House Writing Allawi Speech
'Security Moms' Are Hard to Find
Zogby: 60% of Young Males Say War Was Wrong
Following Pressure From US Vets, Canadian City Blocks Draft-Dodgers Memorial
George Mason University Disinvites Michael Moore
Military Matters
No Bidding on 40% of Pentagon Contracts
Air Force Leaders Outline 'Space-Cadre' Strategy
Lockheed Martin, European Groups Win Contract for NATO Missile Defense
'Homeland Security'
Judge Orders Ashcroft to Release Secret Immigration Memo
Ashcroft: Likely Appeal of Unconstitutional PATRIOT Act Provision
Bush Team Prepares Net Assault
Book Lovers Petition Congress Criticizing PATRIOT Act
Arab Visa Woes Cost Americans $5 Billion a Year
Security Widened in DC for IMF, World Bank
Goss Begins Packing CIA With Allies
Leaders Say Senate Can Act on 9/11 Bills Soon
'War on Terror'
US Struggling to Understand al-Qaeda Finances
Men Slandered as Terrorists Win Suit Against Cops, News
9/11 Commissioners: Most al-Qaeda Funds Diverted From Charity
British Plane Lands Over 'Specific Threat'
'Al-Qaeda Tea' a Hit in Guinea
100 Tanks Enter Northern Gaza
Endless War in Northern Gaza
Latest Israeli Operation in Gaza Strip 'Open-Ended'
Over 90% of Palestinians Back Reforms, but Don't Think They Will Happen
The War the Palestinians Couldn't Lose, and Did
Victims of a Conflict That Has Paralyzed the Middle East
UK: Israel Must Stop Assassinations, PA Must Curb Terror
France Calls on Israel, Palestine to End Spiral of Violence
Middle East
Iran Leader Reasserts Arms Views
Jordan in Talks With Israel to Build Fifth Minaret at al-Aqsa Mosque
Russia & Her Neighbors
Russia Considering Military Strike Against Georgia
Ethnic Chechens Face Revenge Attacks in Moscow
Released Danish Gitmo Detainee Wants to Go to Chechnya to Fight Russians
Bill Lets Putin Hire and Fire Governors
The Road to Beslan
28 Charged With Planning Coup in Sudan
Sudan President: US Armed and Trained Darfur Rebels
Chad Denies Supporting Sudan Rebellion
UN Pushes for Darfur Intervention
400 Darfur Refugees Dying Every Day
Libya Demands Permanent Seat on UN Security Council

Libya Denies Mauritania Coup Link

UN Under Pressure to Expand Congo Force
France Calls for Limiting Increase in Congo Force
Oil Back Over $50 as Nigeria Worries Persist
Why Africa Keeps Fighting Over Oil
Ghana Cracks Down on Refugees
Torture Still an Obstacle to Turkey's EU Membership
US Urges Serbia to Hand Over War Crimes Suspects

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Nonviolent Chauvinism

Matthew Barganier
Understanding America's Terrorist Crisis: What Should Be Done?

Praful Bidwai
India-Pakistan Dialogue Moves Between Stagnation, Hope

Joseph Stromberg
Inventing Iraq Yet Again?

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