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Army Recruitment Crisis Deepens
34 Iraqis, 2 US Marines Killed in Iraq Attacks
US Says Air Strike Kills 40 Insurgents
Iran Hardliners Fear Defeat in Election
Diverse Afghan Groups Behind Unrest
Israeli Soldiers Denounce Revenge Attack
Support for Gaza Pullout Slumps as Threats to Sharon Rise
Disputed Iraq Raids Blamed on Bad Intelligence
Poll: 42% Say US Headed to Vietnam-Like Situation in Iraq
Behind Color-Coded Revolutions
Scott Horton Interviews Justin Raimondo
Becoming What We Fear
by Gordon Livingston
A Libertarian View of the Worst Catastrophe  by Jim Powell
American Gulag  by Charley Reese
Bolton, the Unlawful  by Gordon Prather
Blaming the Messenger Fools No One  by Robert Scheer

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Bush and Roh Play Down Differences on North Korea
Poll: Bush Job Approval Dips to New Low
Iraq Sunnis Reject Compromise on Constitution
Iraq Bomb Kills 5 US Marines
Iraq Shootings May Lead to Curbs on Private Guards
Contractor Alleges Abuse by Marines
CIA Didn't Tell FBI About 9/11 Hijackers
Iran Has Frozen Work at Nuclear Site
US: Syria Out to Kill Beirut Politicians
Nuclear Warrior Replaces Bolton as Arms Control Chief
Tribes Accused of Iraq Oil Protection Racket as Main Pipeline Blown Up in North
Today in Iraq
21 Bodies Found in Iraqi Desert Hamlet
Bodies Found in Iraq May Be Kidnapped Soldiers
10 Dead as New Car Bomb Shatters Baghdad Calm
Tikrit Neighborhood Gets Rude Awakening
US Military: 'Frustrated' Insurgents Resort to Drive-By Shootings
The Trial of Saddam
Saddam Lawyers 'Left in the Dark'
Arab Lawyers Join Forces to Defend Saddam Hussein
Global Iraq Fallout
Turkish Leader Spells Out More Vigorous Role in Iraq
EU Plans to Open Permanent Iraq Mission
Jordan, Luxembourg FMs Discuss Iraq Reconstruction Conference
Top European Muslim Urges Release of Kidnapped French Journalist in Iraq
Uzbeks Silenced by Their Fear
Uzbekistan Skips NATO Meet as Russia Resists Probe
Uzbekistan Promises Open Trials on Andijan Violence
VOA to Resume Radio Broadcasts to Uzbekistan
Uzbek Paper Criticizes Foreign Media Coverage of Andijon Unrest
UN Criticizes Kyrgyzstan for Returning Asylum Seekers
Kyrgystan Deports Uzbek Refugees
Afghan Fighting Leaves US Soldier Dead
Italian Hostage Released in Afghanistan
Freed Italian Aid Worker Back Home
Advani Stays on as BJP's Leader
Kashmiri Separatist Group Unites
Kashmiri Militants Urged to Join Political Mainstream
India PM Visits Kashmir En Route to World's Highest Battlefield
Kashmir Dispute Must End for 'Durable' Peace: Pakistan FM
Pakistan Has No Official US Word on Reported al-Qaeda Camps: FM
Two Sisters Held as Bombers in Pakistan
Bush Cheers Musharraf's 'Strong Leadership'
Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka Govt Under Fire Over Plan to Share Tsunami Aid With Rebels
Party Threatens to Quit Sri Lanka Govt
Sri Lanka Fires Teargas at Protesting Monks
East Asia
Alliance Lacks Solidarity in Handling North Korean Nuclear Crisis
A Rare Look Inside North Korea's Demilitarized Zone
No Agreement on Japan-Korea History
EU, China Agree Deal to Curb Textile Imports
China Cracks Down on Web and Expats
Crisis of Confidence Hits Beijing
Tourists Warned of Possible Terror Attacks in Indonesia
Australia Steps Up Alert for Jakarta Terror Attack
Ex-Official Says He Has Copies of Arroyo Tape
Philippines Alert Ahead of Holiday
Kyrgyz Politician Killed in Attack
Nepal Maoists Kidnap Journalist
Russia & Her Neighbors
Russia Objects to NATO Plans for Patrolling Black Sea
Russia Slams Neighbors Joining NATO
For Russia's Youth, Draft Dodging Is a Rite of Passage
Russia's Friends and Foes
Chechen Rebels Kill Seven Russian Police
Amnestied Chechen Rebels Live in Fear
Turkey Grows Impatient With Europe
Balkan States on Course to Join EU
Blast Closes Spanish Airport, ETA Suspected
Life of Danger After Daring to Criticize Islam
Search Reportedly Narrows for Mladic
New Bolivia Leader to Call Vote as Protests Lifted
Bolivia's Political Crisis Has Neighbors Worried About Energy Supplies
US Prudent on Bolivia Crisis for Fear of Adding Instability
US Calls for UN Troops to Crackdown on Haitian Political Groups
Haiti Gunmen Wound UN Troops, Aid Workers
US Wants to Allow Haiti to Buy Weapons
The United States Doesn't Understand Latin America
Guatemala Abuse Highlighted
Venezuela Hands Evidence Against Cuban Exile to US
Castro Tightens Grip Amid Boomlet
Revolutionaries Change the Political Landscape of S. America
Militia Chief Sought by US to Stay in Colombia
In Other News
US and Britain Agree on Relief for Poor Nations
G-8 Moves Closer to Global Debt Deal
'Group of Four' Drop UNSC Veto Demand
New Zealand Antiwar Protesters' Trespassing Charges Dismissed
US Military in Crisis
Strained Army Relaxes New Officer Requirements
Army Bonuses May Rise to $40,000
Emergency Call for Army Medics
Inside Job? US Opens Criminal Probe of Two Army Deaths in Iraq
Confusion, Not Coverup After Tillman's Death, Army Says
US Military Outsources Creation of Propaganda
SoCom Out of the Shadows, for a Week
Downing Street Memo
House Judiciary Democrats to Hold Hearings on Downing Street Memo
'Downing Street Memo' Coverage Adds to Intrigue
GOP Chairman Walks Out of PATRIOT Act Hearing
PATRIOT Act, Part II: The Political Tug of War Intensifies
Al-Qaeda in Lodi?
Terror Allegations Disappear From Lodi Charges
Terror Probe in California Town Isn't Over Yet
Affidavits Differ in California Terror Case
US Arrests Renew Terror Concerns
Terror Arrests Rattle California Town
Official of Lodi Islamic Center Questioned in East Palo Alto, Denies Militant Ties
War on Terror
Bush Names Choice for Counterterrorism Post
Australian Justice Minister: Hicks Should Be 'Dealt With' by US
White House Tells Syria to Pull Agents From Lebanon
Syria Denies Having Agents in Lebanon
UN Team Heading to Lebanon to Check Reports on Syrian Troops
Syria's Secular and Islamist Opposition Unite Against Ba'athists
Syria's Ba'ath Party Amends Emergency Law and Embarks on Modest Policy Change
Frustrated Lebanese Voters Complain of 'Lying Politicians'
Candidate Claims Iran Role Against Taliban in Afghan War
Iran's Dual Governing System Breeds Voter Apathy
Reformist Presidential Hopeful Attacked in Iran
Iran's Hardline Cleric Urges High Turnout
Heir to Irans Throne Launches Hunger Strike
'Missing' Iran Writer Speaks Out
Sean Penn Turns Journalist for Iran Vote
Sharon: Disturbances Won't Stop Pullback
Jewish Militants Take Over Gaza Hotel
Israel Accused of Gaza Trickery
Israel, Palestinians Start Coordination on Gaza Pullout
Illegal Outposts Expand in Occupied Territories
Israel May Use Sound Weapon on Settlers
Reservist Lightly Wounded in Clash With Settler
Abbas Wins Fresh Truce Commitment in Gaza Talks
Palestinians Protest Alleged Koran Abuse
Palestinians Release Two Islamic Militants
Abbas Scraps Gulf Tour
Former Shin Bet Chief: Attack on Temple Mount Would Threaten Jewish Communities Abroad
Israelis and Palestinians Given a Shocking Taste of Each Other's Lives
Jerusalem Demolitions 'On Hold'
Middle East
Mossad Chief: US to Be Mired in Middle East in Perpetuity
White House Seeks Softer, Gentler Liaison to Arab World
Oman Pardons 31 Coup Plotters
Egyptian State 'Stifles' Students
Israelis Flock to the Sinai Despite Terror Threat
Kuwaiti Crown Prince to Leave Hospital 'Soon'
Saudis Pressured on Nuclear Openness
200,000 Homes Bulldozed in Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe Ignores Poorly-Organized General Strike
Leaders Blamed for Zimbabwe Strike Flop
Zimbabwe's Merciless Recasting
36 Killed as Somali Factions Clash
Nairobi Hotels to Somali 'Govt': Get the Hell Out Now
Opposition Leader Edem Kodjo Named Togo's Prime Minister

Children Fled Togo Alone in Fear of Violence

Darfur Peace Talks Begin Amid Ongoing Violence
New Bid to Stop Darfur Fighting
Global Law Claims New Turf in Sudan
Ethiopia Deal to End Poll Clashes

Ethiopia Rejects Killings Inquiry

US Expands Its Fight on Terrorists in Africa
Mauritania Has Proof Algerian Group Led Attack
Australian Miner Says No Role in Congo Army Action
Morocco to Try Top Islamist for Anti-Monarchy Views
Four Acquitted of 2002 Kenya Hotel Suicide Blast

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