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Oh, What a Lovely War
by Gordon Prather
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by Andrew Gilligan
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The Zero  by Charley Reese
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Afghan Memorial for US Activist
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Thailand Charges 'Ringleaders'
UN Gives Go-Ahead for Cambodian Khmer Rouge Trials
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Russia & Her Neighbors
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Five Die in North Caucasus Shootout
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Blair Told War Was Illegal in 2002
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Vietnam Marks the 30th Anniversary of the Day It Drove American Troops Out
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War on Terror
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Teaching Zacarias Moussaoui
UK Muslims Protest Over Terror Laws
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PA Interior Minister Meets Security Chiefs to Plan Crackdown
Church Plans Divestment Vote Over Israel Issues
Saudi Arabia
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Bombs Threaten Tourism as Foreign Office Warns of Danger in Egypt
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Report: Qatar Buys Off al-Qaeda Attacks With Oil Millions
Multi-Million Dollar Isreali Arms Deal on Agenda as Turkish PM Visits
Turkey Explosion Kills Policeman
UN and the Congo
West Africa Delegation Visits Togo
Algeria's Top GIA Rebel Captured
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Brazil Reassured on Venezuela
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United Nations
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