The Meaning of the IAEA Iran Vote: Jorge Hirsh
Posada Case Erodes US Credibility: Jim Lobe
Kurdish Voting Shenanigans: Gareth Porter
Laughable Sycophancy: Nebojsa Malic
Afghan Absurdities: James Bovard

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Updated September 29, 2005 - 11:01 PM EDT

General Casts Doubt on Iraq Troop Cut

Roadside Bomb Kills 5 GIs In Iraq
Bombs Kill 60, Gunmen Kill 15 in Iraq
Judith Miller Released From Jail
Judge: Release Abu Ghraib Photos

Bush Predicts More Violence in Iraq

UK Rules Out Military Action Against Iran

Disabling Able Danger

Pentagon Analyst to Plead Guilty to AIPAC Leak

Did US Really Kill Zarqawi's #2?

Sharon Aide: Israel May Annex Part of West Bank

Republicans See Signs That Pentagon Is Evading Oversight

The Meaning of the IAEA Iran Vote
by Jorge Hirsch
Jose Padilla: Constitutional Unperson?  by Gene Healy
Kafka Does Iraq: The Disturbing Case of Abdul Amir Younes Hussein  by Arianna Huffington
Afghan Absurdities  by James Bovard
The World Loves America but Resists Its Power  by Rami G. Khouri
'Our Work's Just Starting'
by David Enders

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Kurdish Voting Shenanigans May Tip Referendum

General Myers: Iraq Nothing Like Vietnam

Bush: Killing al-Qaeda Man Shows Iraq Strategy Working

Reuters Slams US for Hampering Journalists in Iraq

Report Finds Negative Image of US Abroad

Bush Nominates Artillery Officer for Top Intel Position

Turkish Women Blast Hughes Over Iraq War

Cuban Terror Case Erodes US Credibility, Critics Say

US Army Ends Porn-for-Corpses Probe

Iranians Clash With Police as They Mob UK Embassy Over IAEA Nuclear Vote
The War Goes On

Iraq's First Female Suicide Bomber Kills 6

US: Al-Qaeda Controls Iraq Revolt

Roadside Bombs Cause Increasing Concern in Iraq

UN Says Iraq Too Unsafe to Send Refugees Home

Violence Scars Iraqi Children

Living Under Constant Siege in Baghdad

Japan May Pull Troops Out of Iraq Next Year

Security Incidents in Iraq, Sept. 29

Security Incidents in Iraq, Sept. 28

Iraq Today

Blair Paints Britain as Defender of Iraq's Fledgling Democracy

NATO Hopes for Big Impact in Iraq

Attorney Details Defense Strategy in Saddam Trial

Ex-Army Officers Attack 'Chaos' of Iraqi Regime

Opposition to Iraqi Constitution Weakening

Anglican Leadership in Iraq Feared Dead

Security Main Worry for Iraqi Businessmen, Says Poll


Afghan Suicide Bomber Kills 12 at Military Center

Communist-Islamist Fault Lines in Afghanistan

Afghan 'Mass Graves' Investigated

'Endless' Gripes Expected in Afghan Vote

In Rare Case, Dutch Try Two Afghan Ex-Generals

Partially Legalized Opium Production Urged for Afghanistan


Iran Takes First Step to Halt Snap Nuclear Checks

US Did Everything They Could to Bring Iran Before UN

Iran's Tough Stance a Hit at Home

Iran-India Ties

Iran Angry at India's Vote for UN Action

India Says It Acted in 'Iran's Interests' at IAEA Vote

Iran Denies Shift in India Ties

Middle East

Lebanese Official: Syria Threatened Me

Syria Denies Officer Threatened Lebanese Minister

FBI Experts Join Lebanon Blast Probe

Egypt Proposes Middle East as Nuclear-Free Zone

Algerians Set to Vote Yes to Civil War Amnesty


Three Civilians Including Mother and Young Daughter Die in Kashmir Battle

Pakistani Official: No Indepenence for Kashmir


Pakistan, India Agree on New Bus Route

Political Parties Against Musharraf Pardoning Indian 'Spy'


Local Militias May Threaten Russian State

Regional Parliament Throws Out Bill to Allow 3rd Term for Putin

Russian Giant Expands Control of Oil

Putin Aide Says It's Time to Bury Lenin


Violence Threat to Darfur Relief

Amnesty Warns on Congo War Threat


Venezuela Blasts US Refusal to Extradite Posada

Freer Markets Lift Restive Bolivian Slum City


Envoy Denies US Was Behind Uzbek Uprising

Free Speech Issues Still Problematic for Vietnam

Koizumi's Revolution Gains Momentum

Abuse and Torture

Inquiry Into Abuse Charges Questioned

Army Recruiter Charged in Nude Photo Case

US Military

Parents Take Children Off Military Lists

Iraq Whistleblower Critical of Army Probe

US Military Wary of Disaster Role

Special Ops Command's Slush Fund

Governors Unhappy With Plan for Pentagon Takeover in Event of Disasters

First Joint Air Dominance Center in the World to Open

United States

Bolton Criticizes Bill Withholding UN Funds

Peace Activists Acquitted of Conspiracy Charges

Sheehan Confronts McCain

Gunfight in Puerto Rico Resurrects an FBI Case

FBI Killing of Puerto Rican Nationalist Draws Ire

Justice for Menezes

Menezes' Family Call for Justice

Family of Brazilian Killed by London Police Call for Chief to Quit

Questions Remain in London Shooting of Brazilian

UK War on Terror

Bin Laden Applied for Asylum in Britain in the '90s

UK Prepares Publicity Drive to Stem Rising Opposition to 'Draconian' Terror Laws

82-Year-Old Who Heckled British FM Held Under Terror Law


China Warns Against US-Taiwan Arms Deal

FBI Reaches Out to China

Attacks on Chinese Police Rising

Israel Pounds Gaza

Israel Pounds Gaza as Palestinians Seek Help From Bush

Israel Fires Missiles at Gaza City, Knocking Out Power

Egypt Urges Israel to Halt Gaza Shelling

Israeli Sonic Booms Terrify Palestinian Children

US Appeals for Calm Between Israel, Palestinians

Fighting Dims Gaza Revival Hopes After Israeli Exit


Palestinian Economy Struggles Up From Ashes

Hamas Says Israeli Arrests Will Harm Election Bid

Two Palestinian Police Hurt in Gaza Gun Battle

Abbas to Visit Washington Next Month to Discuss Peace Process


Israel Dismisses Arab Complaint About Nuke Arsenal

Israeli Radio: Assad Gave Hamas, Islamic Jihad Order to Carry Out Terror Attacks

Israel Shuts Down 'Hamas' Charities

The State of Israel Versus the Hyssop Pickers

Saudi Arabia

Saudi Students Rebuff US Communications Guru

US Seeks Saudis' Aid in Censoring Hate Tracts

Saudi Ban on Women Driving Is a Taboo Waiting to Be Broken


German Police Arrest 38 'Extremists'

Germany's New Greens

German Parliament Extends Afghan Mission

European Union

Spain's 9/11 Trial Called 'A Failure'

Austria: Turkey Shouldn't Get Its Hopes Up on EU Membership


Australia Plays Down Claim of 800 Militants

Aussie Powers Pave Way for Secret New World

Sydney Commuters Scared of Trains, Buses


The Joy of Schadenfreude

Laughable Sycophancy

India Ditches Iran and Nonalignment

US Must Resign Itself to 'Rogue' State Nukes

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Before It's Too Late

Ran HaCohen
Stop Your Sobbing

Sascha Matuszak
Free the Diplomats

Joseph Stromberg
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