Nuke 'Em if Ya Got 'Em: Oregon Register-Guard
Gaza Withdrawal Is Not Enough: Charley Reese
Neocrazies Foiled: Gordon Prather
Sheik Brutalized in 'New Iraq': Aaron Glantz
Syria: A New Iraq in the Making: Ferry Biedermann

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Updated September 18, 2005 - 10:56 PM EDT
UK Plan to Cut Troops in Iraq Scrapped
Iraqi Lawmaker Killed as Final Draft OK'd
20 Bodies Found in Tigris Near Baghdad
Iran Tells UN: Mind Your Own Nuclear Business
Putin Won't Support UN Action Against Iran
US Says Syria Aids Terror in Iraq, Israel, Lebanon
China's North Korea Proposal Hits Snags
Germany in Political Limbo After Knife-Edge Election
War and Occupation Fuel US Air Base Construction
Sheik Beaten, Blinded, Tasered Then Released  by Aaron Glantz
Cold War Drags on – Forever
USA Today
Go Away, Recruiter!
by Linda Schrock Taylor
Iraq: No Exit?  by Robert Dreyfuss
Gaza Withdrawal Is Not Enough
by Charley Reese
Neocrazies Foiled  by Gordon Prather

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