Kazakhstan's Kleptocracy: Justin Raimondo
Pinochet Is Guilty, so Is Bush: Paul C. Roberts
Who Cares About Iraqis?: Dahr Jamail
A Wife's Plea: Lidia Abukhdair
Uzbek Deaths Called a 'Massacre': Jim Lobe

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2004 Military Spending Tops $1 Trillion
Reversal: North Korea Won't Return to Talks Yet
22 Iraqi Soldiers Kidnapped Near Syria
Poll: Iraq War Hasn't Made Americans Safer
Iraq's Kurdish Leader Backs Shi'ite Militia
Official: 2 Rebel Groups Open to Talk With Iraq
Four Lodi, Calif. Men Detained in Alleged al-Qaeda Cell
Attack on US Base in Afghanistan Kills 2, Wounds 8 GIs
Who Cares About Iraqis?
by Dahr Jamail
Holding Tashkent's Hand  by Ari Berman
Promoting Democracy or Fueling Repression?
by Frida Berrigan and William D. Hartung
If Pinochet Is Guilty, so Is Bush
by Paul Craig Roberts
A Wife's Plea  by Lidia Abukhdair
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Desperate for Work, Blind to Dangers
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Kirkuk Police Defy Their Dismissal by Interior Ministry
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Uzbekistan: New Report Documents Massacre
US Embassy Staff in Uzbekistan Told to Keep Children Home From School
Journalist Arrested in Uzbekistan
Afghanistan Says al-Qaeda Trying to Derail Elections
Afghan Forces Capture 17 Militants
Talk Is New Weapon in War Against Afghan Insurgency
US Says Taliban Backbone Broken, but Still a Danger
Colonel Sanders Finds Himself Under Fiery Siege in Pakistan
Indian Hindu Party Head Quits After Praising Pakistan's Founding Father
Pakistan Requests $1.3 Billion Weapons Package
Musharraf Ignores US, Backs Iran Pipeline to India
Karachi Mosque Suspects Held
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China Optimistic About N. Korea Statement
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Ex-Diplomat Appeals to Howard for Asylum
Japan Aims to Start Missile Defense Development With US From 2006
Japan's UN Security Council Bid Dealt Blow by US
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Cambodians Called on to Fund Khmer Rouge Trial
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Riot Police, Protesters Clash in Bolivia
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MI5 Downgrades Terror Threat to UK Businesses
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Simon Tisdall: Fighting Terror the Malaysian Way, Not the US Way
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Hezbollah to Stay Armed
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