Today's Highlights

Casualties of the Bush Admin.: Engelhardt/Turse
Bolton the Peacemaker: Gordon Prather
Let's Not Imitate the British by Charley Reese
Referendum Will Change Little: Ferry Biedermann
Money for Nothing: Philip Giraldi

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Updated October 16, 2005 - 10:52 PM EDT
Iraq Count Now Points To 'Yes'
Miller: 'I Can't Recall' Who Outed Plame
NY Times: Some Time Out for Judy
Fitzgerald Targets Cheney
US Bombs Iraq City Amid Fighting, 25 Dead
Iraqi Vote Unlikely to End Bloodshed
Five US Soldiers Killed in Iraq Bombing
Russia, US Clash Over Iran's Nuclear Rights
Harrier Jet Destroyed by Afghan Rocket
Report: IRA Bombs Killed Eight British Soldiers in Iraq
Casualties of the Bush Administration  by Nick Turse & Tom Engelhardt
Witnesses to Torture Pierce the Coverup  by Nat Hentoff
Judy Miller and the Neocons
by Juan Cole
Money for Nothing  by Philip Giraldi
Let's Not Imitate the British
by Charley Reese
Bolton the Peacemaker
by Gordon Prather

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Bush to Blair: First Iraq, Then Saudi
Report: Russians Help Iran With Missile Threat to Europe
Torture Flights: the Inside Story
Terror Flight: One Victim's Story
Study Ranks Homeland Security Dept. Lowest in Morale
A Resentful Vote
7 Calif. Guard Members Sentenced for Iraq Abuses
Britain: Blair Approval Plummets to 31%
Antiwar RAF Officer Faces Prison
For Basra the Poll Heralds the Start of Shi'ite Ascendancy
Today in Iraq
Captured Brits in Iraq Were 'Spying on Drill Torturer'
Al-Qaeda 'Barber' Arrested in Iraq, US Forces Say
Iraq Referendum Result Could Come Sunday-Official
Results of Iraqi Referendum Known Within Three Days
Almost a Peaceful Day as Iraq Votes
Voting in Iraq
70 Ballot Stations Not Opened in Anbar -- Commission
In a Sunni Quarter, A Day of Emotion
Sunni Turnout Is High In Vote on Iraqi Charter
Two Sides of the Sunni Vote: Deserted Polls and Long Lines
Baghdad Sunnis Say 'No' to Charter
Stories as Iraq Citizens Go to the Polls
Amid Calm, Fallujah Residents Cast 'No' Votes
Iraq Vote Fails to Thrill Kurds
Iraq Vote Turnout May Exceed 10 Million
Provinces in Focus as Iraq Counts Votes
More Minority Sunnis Participate
After the Vote
Iraq Referendum Sparks Democracy Debate
Key Points in Iraq's Draft Constitution
Iraqi Women See Little but Darkness
What's Next for Iraq After Referendum
Sunnis Venture Down Political Path
Attacks Continue
Iraqi Referendum Workers Abducted
Four Iraqis Killed in Vote Attacks
Insurgents Attack Polling Stations in Iraq
Security Incidents in Iraq, Oct. 16
Security Incidents in Iraq, Oct. 15
Plea Deal Will See Aziz Walk Free in Exchange for His Testimony on Saddam Atrocities
UK Lawyer Asked to Join Saddam Defense
Man Claims He Paid Blood Money to Saddam Relatives
Battle of Britain
Iraq Envoy's Tell-All Memoir Blocked by British Govt
Ministers at War Over Iraq Abuse Claims
Half UK Army's Combat Vehicles 'Unfit for War'
Americans Keep Dying
Soldier (LA) Killed En Route to Memorial Service for Comrade
Marine (AZ), Wounded in July, Dies in Military Hospital
Newlywed Marine (CA) Killed in Iraq
Soldier (MI) Joined Marines to Follow in Father's Footsteps
Green Beret Medic (IL) Dies in Iraq
Soldier (NY) Was Bound for Redeployment in Afghanistan
South Carolina Soldier Killed in Traffic Accident in Iraq
Guardsman From Burbank (CA) Killed in Iraq
Norman (OK) Soldier Killed in Iraq
Young Knoxville (TN) Soldier Killed in Iraq
Soldier From Vacaville (CA) Dies in Iraq
Monroe (MI) GI, His Dreams Die in Iraq
Officer (NY) Dies of Injuries From Baghdad Road Attack
Father Mourns Slain Son, Marine (AL)
Perry (PA) Marine Killed in Iraq
Hammond (LA) Mourns Soldier Killed in Afghanistan
Shreveport (LA) Soldier Dies in Afghanistan
'Brothers in Arms’ (AZ) Join Iraq Dead
Alliance (OH) Marine Killed in Iraq
Fond Memories of a Fallen Marine (MA)
Central Ohio Reservist Dies in Bombing
Indiana Soldier Killed by Roadside Bomb in Iraq
Chechen Source Retracts Basayev Story
Russia’s Islamic Revolt Is Spreading
Russian City Recovers After Siege
Weekend Reviews
We Have Nothing to Fear but Fear Mongers Themselves
Rachel's Words Are a Spur to Action
Welcome to the Occupation
Judith Miller Testifies
The Miller Case: a Notebook, a Cause, a Jail Cell and a Deal
Counsel Probed Miller on Classified Info
Miller Presents Award to 'Deep Throat'
The War at Home
Poll: Americans Predict Little Change After Iraq Constitution

Bush Says US 'Will Not Run' From Iraq

Rice, UK's Straw to Do Diplomatic Duet in US South
SoCom Bribery Scandal Widening
UK War on Terror
Al-Qaeda Chief Sets Up UK Network
UK Police Free Five Terror Suspects
Britain Sued for 'Complicity' in Torture
UK Judges Liken Terror Laws to Nazi Germany
Secret Plan to Evacuate Commons
Iran Envoy Denies Links With Iraq Attacks, Warns Britain Over Nuclear Talks
Iran Warned to Clear Up Nuclear Questions
Bolton Beats War Drums
Bombs at Iranian Shopping Center Kill Four, Wound at Least 102
Israel Abandons Refugees From 'Village of Traitors'
Unexploded Qassam Rocket Found at Sharon's Negev Ranch
Israel, Palestinians Near Agreement on Rafah Crossing
Palestinian Source: Israel Drops Kerem Shalom Crossing Bid
Jordan's Islamists to Visit Gaza
Suicide of Minister Sends Tremors Through Syrian Regime
Syrian Minister Errs During Eulogy
UN Investigator Seeks to Extend Death Probes to Syria
Egypt Orders Release of Former Lawmaker
Egypt Candidates Register for Elections
Middle East
Kuwait Prepares for Change as PM Tipped as New Crown Prince
Yemen Asks Saudi Arabia to Hand Over Dissident
Insurgents in Afghanistan Kill Cleric and 2 Policemen
Taliban More Aggressive in Targeting Afghan, US Troops
Dutch Ministry Confirms Bombing of Military Convoy in Afghanistan
Jail for Afghanistan's Former Military Intelligence Chief
British, US Held in Afghan Swoop
Afghanistan's Traditional Brick Factories Hurting Despite Reconstruction Boom
Hawaii Army Battalion to Help With Afghanistan Quake Relief
Two Indian Soldiers, Three Rebels Die in Clashes in Quake-Hit Kashmir
Clashes Go on After Kashmir Quake
Kashmiris Believe Quake Can Bring Peace
India Agrees to Let Pakistani Helicopters Enter Border No-Fly Zone
India Gives Aid Groups Kashmir Access
Pakistan Welcomes Israeli Aid, but Through Third Party
Why Musharraf Had to Eat Humble Pie
Google Satellite Photos Worry India Leader
Uzbekistan Rights Activist Arrested
Sri Lanka 'in a Subversive War'
US Still Backing Japan's UN Security Council Bid
Ecuador Ex-President Arrested Upon Return From Exile
Latin American Summit Backs Cuba Despite US Concern
Human Rights Violated in Haiti, UN Says
In Other News
Ethiopia Moves Troops to Eritrean Border
Holland Fears Killings Over Ban on Burqa
EU Sneaks in Charter by Back Door
Holy See's Statement to UN on Disarmament
UN Mulling Renovation Options

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Just a Chance

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A New York State of Mind

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Empire's Endgame

Ivan Eland
Cheney's Counterproductive Policy Toward Terrorists

Praful Bidwai
India Ditches Iran and Nonalignment

Ran HaCohen
Stop Your Sobbing

Sascha Matuszak
Free the Diplomats

Joseph Stromberg
An Anti-Imperialist's Reading List: Part Two

Matthew Barganier
Et Tu, Pat?

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