The Failed 'War on Terror': Ivan Eland
Marching to King George: Amy Branham
Big Star-Spangled Lies for War: Norman Solomon
Saved by the Bomb?: Tom Rogers
Marketing Gimmick or Ominous Turn?: Robert Higgs

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Iraq Statistics Tell Grim Story
Nine US Troops Die in Separate Incidents in Iraq
Pentagon Plans to Send More Troops to Iraq
Iraqi Soldiers Fear Leaving Training Base
28 Killed, Including GI in Shootings, Suicide Blast
Four in 9/11 Plot Were Known US al-Qaeda Members in '00
Killings of Civilians by US Troops Angers Iraqi Government
With a Week to Go, Iraqis Far Apart Over Role of Islam
Most Americans Say Iraq War Has Made US More Vulnerable to Terrorism
Basic Questions About Bases
by Ashraf Fahim
Trading With the Enemy: An American Tradition  by Murray Rothbard
Making an Example of Sgt. Kevin Benderman  by Camilo Mejia
Peasants on March to King George
by Amy Branham
Saved by the Bomb?  by Tom Rogers
Big Star-Spangled Lies for War
by Norman Solomon

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Today in Iraq
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Corruption Pervades Basra Govt
Terrorism 'Radiating' From Iraq – German Spy Chief
Some Fear Iraq's Charter Will Erode Women's Rights
Trying Saddam
Saddam's Family Ditches Jordan-Based Legal Team
Judge Says Saddam to Be Tried Within Two Months
Attacks Continue
Iran Opposition Says 2 Members Were Kidnapped in Baghdad
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Iraq Occupation
US, Iraqi Forces Prevent Syrian Trucks From Crossing Border
Aussie PM Rules Out Iraq Troop Withdrawal
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The New Iraq
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Choking Iraqis Fill Hospitals in Crippling Sandstorm
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Iraqi Kurdistan Makes a Point of Being Different
On a Break, at 78, From Aiding the Desperate in Iraq
UN Seeks Aid for War-Ruined Iraq Seed Sector
General: Canada Will Be in Afghanistan 20 Years
Foreign Aid Fans Conflicts in Afghanistan
Taliban Commander Surrenders to Afghan Govt
Afghan Elections Still Short $19 Million Despite Pledges
Afghan Official: Army General Helped Kidnapper to Escape
US Signals NATO to Take Lead Role in Afghanistan in 2006
Soldiers Swept Away in Afghanistan Flood Identified
From Mujahideen to Mountain Guide
Musharraf: Britain 'Too Soft on Extremists'
Pakistan, Britain Close to Inking Extradition Treaty
Sect Offices Closed in Pakistan
Pakistan Denies London Bomb Link
Two Police Guarding Pakistani Gas Pipeline Killed in Attack
Suspect From al-Qaeda-Linked Group Held in Pakistan
Pakistani Opposition Warns of Protests
Rivals Try to Ease Military Risk
India, Pakistan Vow to Keep Kashmir Truce
India's Assam State on High Alert After String of Rebel Blasts
Muslim Settlers Fear Persecution in India's Assam
Assam Separatists Admit Oil Raid
Indian Minister Under Fire for Role in Anti-Sikh Riots
India to Go Ahead With Border Fence
Daylong Strike Shuts Down Much of Kashmir
Explosive Kills Three Children in Kashmir
Maoist Rebels Say 159 Nepalese Soldiers Killed in Battle
Maoists Abduct 223 People in Nepal
Two Nepal Soldiers Killed, Three Hurt in Clashes With Rebels
Koizumi Dissolves Parliament, Calls Snap Elections
Japan Vote Could See Major Shift
North Korean Threat Nudges Japan to Rethink Nukes
Mourning Pacifism in Hiroshima
Even at 60: Nagasaki Is the 'Forgotten A-Bomb City'
Nagasaki to Mark A-Bombing Anniversary
North Korea, US to Discuss Peace Treaty
Christian Groups Press Bush About North Korea
Suicide Bomber Injures 31 on Bus in China
Burma's Junta Seizes Privately Owned Bank
Voting Ends Peacefully in Southern Philippines
Russian Navy Falls Under Heavy Critizism
With Russian Crew Safe, the Hunt Begins for a Scapegoat
German Government to Unveil Anti-Terror Measures
German Opposition Leader Fumbles Lead
Top Bosnian Serb War Crimes Suspect Arrested in Argentina, Officials Say
France 'Wary' of Its Pakistani Community
Berlusconi's Political Future in Doubt
Presence of US Troops Upsets Paraguay's Partners
US Mulls Sanctions Against Venezuela for Refusing to Work With DEA
Chávez Strongly Denies He Backs Colombian Rebels
Ex-Leader Says Brazil Pursued A-Bomb
United Nations
UN Inquiry Says Oil-for-Food Chief Accepted Kickbacks
Former Senior UN Official Accused of Taking Bribes
UN Envoy Accused in Iraq Probe Known for Bluntness
Oil-for-Food Official Pleads Guilty
London Bomb Suspects
In British Court, Suspect Sought by US Denies He Is a Terrorist
Deported Terrorist Suspect From Zambia 'Met bin Laden'
Record Levels of Security as Four London Bomb Suspects Appear in Court for First Time
London Suspects Have Ties to East Africa
Muslims in Britain
Radical Cleric Flees Britain After Threat of Treason Trial
Radical Cleric Kept Up Inflammatory Rhetoric Despite Becoming an Outcast
Ethnic Groups Shun UK's 'Rebranding' Plan
Britain Plays Down Racial Profiling
UK War on Terror
Secret UK Courts for Terror Cases
650 Years of Britain's Treason Law
British Government 'Losing Its Grip' on Anti-Terror Strategy
MI6 Drops Secrecy Over Spy Jobs
In London, Masses Try Other Forms of Transit
US War on Terror
Why Suicide Attackers Haven't Hit US Again
US Seeks Extradition of Accused Militant
NYC Tests for Biochemical Attack
Torturing, Detaining Justice
Soldier: US Guards at Afghan Prison Trained to Torture Detainees
High Court Asked to Take Gitmo Case
US Holding Talks on Return of Gitmo Detainees
Detainee's Suit Alleges Mistreatment in Brig
Cruel Confinement of 'Enemy Combatant' in United States
Harry Potter Popular Among Gitmo Detainees
The War at Home
Pentagon Drafts Domestic War Plans
Iraq Increased Terror Threat, Say Americans
Israel Lobbyist Bragged About Pentagon Source
Despite Arrests, Florida Antiwar Protests to Go On
Probe of Veterans' Charity Official Ends After He's Allowed to Resign
UN Confirms Iran Restarts Nuclear Activities
US Says Iran Thumbs Nose at Nuke Talks
Israel Wants to Move Gaza Border Crossing To Deploy Inspectors
Israeli Army Looking for Nine Armed Deserters
Palestinian Fatwa Forbids Attacks That Might Delay the Pullout
Forced Evacuation to Begin August 17 in Gaza
Gaza Settlers Prepare to Resist Pullout
Palestinian FM: Pullout Will Not End Gaza Occupation
Sharon Stiffens Resolve for Gaza Pullout, Bolstered by Polls
Uprooted Gaza Settlers Eye New Seafront Homes in Israel
PA Seeks Foreign Investment in Gaza After Pullout
Gaza Settlers Apply for Payout
Lawlessness Clouds Gaza's Prospects for Recovery
Abbas, Hamas Vie for Hearts of Gaza
Palestinian Justice Retracts Resignation
Red Cross Suspends Activity in Gaza After Attack
Israeli Troops Kill Palestinian Teen in West Bank Refugee Camp
Sharon Decides to Decrease Planned Cut in Defense Budget
Witnesses: Palestinian Police, Gunmen Clash in Gaza
Cabinet: 40 Families of Bedouin Collaborators Can Move to Israel
Police Free Three Foreign Hostages in Gaza
Israel Warns of Danger in Southern Turkey
Two Killed, Six Injured in Istanbul Blast
Turkish Diplomat Quits Over EU's Slow Pace
Egypt Approves 10 Poll Candidates
Egypt Hopeful Vows to End Emergency Laws
Saudi Arabia
Oil Rises to a Record, Approaches $64, on Saudi Supply Concern
Saudis Pardon Libyan 'Plotters'
Saudi King Pardons Activists, Professor
Middle East
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Yemen Jails Bomb Plotters

US Sees Terror in Africa
US Sees Sahara Desert as Terrorist Training Ground
US Troops Keep Watch Along Kenya's Coast
Sudan to Present Report on Garang's Death
Sudan's President Orders Probe Into Deadly Riots
US Plane Flies AU Force to Darfur
New Sudan Vice President Pledges Peace
US Antiterror Ally Ousted, but a Democracy Promised
Mauritania's Junta 'Winning Friends'
Opposition Hails Mauritanian Coup
Ousted Mauritania President Vows to Return Home
DR Congo
Scores Flee as Congo Militias Battle
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