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Hostage: Bush Brought al-Qaeda to Iraq

Taliban-Linked Violence Swells in Afghanistan

Senate Impasse on Bolton Persists

Military Probes US Guards for Fallujah Shooting Spree

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Bolivia's Outgoing President Raises Concern of Civil War

Official: Haiti Would Welcome US Troops

Blair Gains Little in US Visit

Briton Who Hacked Into US Military Fights Extradition

22 Iraqi Soldiers Kidnapped Near Syria

Bush to Turkey: Good Luck With Iraq Terrorists

'Downing Street Memo' Gets Fresh Attention

Taming Terror on the High Seas

Ethiopian Cops Slaughter 22 Protesters

Occupying Iraq

UK Could Begin Withdrawing Troops From Iraqi Province in 'Three or Four Months'

Khalilzad Vows to Be Active in Iraq

UK Army Calls Up Emergency Medics for Up to $1,100 a Day

The War Goes On

Four US Soldiers Killed in Iraq in Past Two Days

Insurgency Experts Want Tactical Changes

Three Civilians Killed in Bomb at Baquba Gas Station

General: Insurgents Force Suicide Bombings

The Road From Syria, on the Trail of Iraq's Insurgents


Iraq Today

Sectarian Divide Widens on Iraq's Constitutional Panel

Sunnis Claim Shi'ite Militia Carries Out Campaign of Threats, Murder

Iraq Sunnis Want 1/3 of Seats

Iraq's Kurdish Leader Backs Shi'ite Militia

UN May Close Iraq Weapon Inspection Agency

Pirates Raid Oil Tanker at Basra

Southeast Asia

Rebels Break Philippine Cease-Fire, Killing Four

Indonesia Rejects Aceh Cease-Fire

Vietnam Looks to Build Ties With US Army

Rumsfeld Hocked F-16s to Thailand After Slamming Chinese Military Growth


Israel Probes Koran Accusations, Finds No Abuse

Israeli Army Chief Urges Patience After Three Killed in Gaza Blast

Israeli Air Strike Targets Hamas as Abbas Appeals for Calm

Gaza Settlers Begin Preparing for Move

Poll: Less Than Half of Israelis Support Gaza Pullout


Hamas Seeks Dialogue With US, Europe

US, Hamas Make Contacts Behind Scenes

British FM Backtracks on Hamas

Abbas to Israel: Reopen Gaza Airport


Iran Opens Nuclear Site to Inspectors

Iran Allows Some Women to Attend Soccer Games After 26-Year Ban

Iran Uses Cyberspace to Get Expats to Vote

Iran Election Throws Spotlight on Small-Town Politics

United Nations

US to End Fight With ElBaradei

ElBaradei to Meet Rice


Nairobi Hotels to Somali 'Govt': Get the Hell Out – Now

Militia Loyal to Somali 'Govt' Puts Up Extortion Blockades in Mogadishu

Russia and Her Neighbors

Report Cites Evidence of Massacre in Andijan

Association Withdraws Award to US Envoy to Armenia

Russia to Launch English-Language Channel

US Military

Army Misses May Recruit Goals by 25%

US Begins Military Training in Africa

Soldiers' Divorce Rates Up Sharply

Heartland Teens Enlist in Search of Economic Security


Bush Considers Guantánamo Alternatives

Carter Calls on US to Shut Guantánamo Prison

Inside the Interrogation Room

Rumsfeld: Gitmo 'Professional and Humane'

In Canada, Teen Detainee's Family Finds Support

Amnesty Refuses to Retract Torture Charges Against US


Two US Troops, Two Pakistani Drivers Killed in Afghan Base Attacks

Attack on US Base in Afghanistan Kills 2, Wounds 8 GIs

Retrial of Afghan Warlord Begins in London

Thousands of Afghan Soldiers Desert Over Taliban and Low Morale


Civil War Warning Fails to End Bolivia Unrest

Chaos in Bolivia as Congress Attempts to Pick New Leader

Protesters Occupy Bolivian Oil Fields

Bolivia Strife Worries Energy Firms and Neighbors

Middle East

Syria: All Set for a Great Shuffle Forward?

Syria's Assad Moves to Tighten Grip on Power

Syrian Activists Seek Prisoners' Release

Top Iranian Official Holds Talks in Yemen

Turkish PM Visits White House, Hopes to Repair US Relations

Turkey: US to Act Against Rebel Kurds

Saudis Seek Relaxed Nuclear Oversight

US Shifts Toward Caution on Reform in Egypt

East Asia

Reversal: North Korea Won't Return to Talks Yet

Seven North Korea Defectors Enter Embassy in Vietnam

Untying the Korean Knot

Congress Whines About Chinese Imports, but Won't Curb Goods


Australia Plays Down Defector Effect on China Ties

Australia: Asylum Visa Would Be 'Affront to China'

Chinese Spy Ring in Australia?

South Asia

Wanted Sikh Held Over Delhi Bombs

Kashmiri Separatists Ready to Ditch Plebiscite Call


US Wants to Allow Haitian Govt to Buy Weapons

Colombia Claims Ownership of Missile Parts Seized in Venezuela


Britain Condemned for Flouting Human Rights

Arms Cache Found at Iraqi Embassy in London

UK to Extradite Paris Bomb Suspect

Bosnian Serb Army Dismisses 553 Conscripts Who Refuse to Take NATO-Ordered Oath


Catering to Kazakhstan's Kleptocracy

Death, Lies, and Videotape

Economics More Vital than Politics for Lasting Russian Freedom

World Cannot Afford Failure on the Nuclear Front

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