Today's Highlights

Libby: The War Party's Kamikaze: J. Raimondo
A Time for Reconsideration: Alan Bock
Condi's True Confessions: William S. Lind
Rethinking Failed Policies: Rep. Ron Paul
UK Refusenik Deserves Support: John Pilger

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Updated October 28, 2005 - 10:56 PM EDT

Libby Indicted on Five Counts, Resigns

Fitzgerald: Leak Probe Not Over
Report: Rove Targeted for More Serious Charges
Text of Libby Indictment

Cheney, Libby Blocked War Papers to Senate

FBI Still Seeking Source of Forged Uranium Docs
Five US Service Members Killed in Iraq Attacks

US Forces in Iraq Now Number a Record 161,000

Cheney Counsel David Addington to Replace Scooter Libby

Rethinking Failed Policies
by Rep. Ron Paul
Condi's True Confessions
by William S. Lind
The Scandal Isn't the Leak, the Illegal War Is  by Saul Landau
The Fitzgerald Spinmeisters
by Russ Baker
When Patriots Dissent  by David Weigel
UK Refusenik Deserves Our Support
by John Pilger

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Fitzgerald News Conference

Iraqis Forced to Give Quarter to US Troops

Fabricated Links?

Paper Reveals US Met Italian Intel Officials Over Fake Niger Docs

Ruling Shi'ite Parties to Run Together in Iraqi Elections

UN Panel Says 2,400 Firms Paid Bribes to Iraq

Blair Hints at Military Action Against Iran Over Anti-Israel Comments

Israel Fires Missiles at Gaza Camp; 7 Killed
Iran: Tens of Thousands Stage Anti-Israel Protests
15,220 Live With Serious Wounds of War
The War Goes On

19 Killed in Sunni-Shi'ite Clashes in Iraq

US One Step Behind 'Iraqi Phantom'

General Fears Collisions Over Numbers of Drones in Iraqi Airspace

Security Incidents in Iraq, Oct. 28

Security Incidents in Iraq, Oct. 27

Iraq Today

Three Jurists, Three Faces of Iraq Converge in Hussein Trial

Shi'ite and Sunni Lines Drawn for Iraq Vote

Baghdad to Start Lifting Subsidies on Gas


Arab States Silent, Palestinians Slam Iran's Remarks on Israel

Iranians Shake Heads at Latest Anti-Israel Diatribe

World Leaders Condemn Iranian's Call to Wipe Israel 'Off the Map'

Israel: UN Should Expel Iran for Comments

Iranian Leader Eyes Key Constituency: Young People

US Doesn't Back Israeli Call for Iran Expulsion From UN

First Iranian Satellite Launched

Israeli FM: Iran Only Six Months From Atomic Bomb


Extradited Taliban to Be Tried in Afghanistan 'Soon'

Afghanistan Praises Taliban Extradition

Russia and Allies Want Larger Afghan Role

NGOs a Soft Target in Afghanistan


Security Council Divided Over Syria Sanctions for Hariri Murder

Syria Urges Dialogue With US as UN Mulls Tough Action

Inner Circle in Syria Holds Power, and Perhaps Peril

Syria May Cooperate With UN Inquiry

Lebanese Troops Block Smuggling Routes With Syria


Allegation: Galloway Given 18 Million Barrels of Oil From Saddam

UN Team Names Firms in Oil-for-Food Scandal

Australian Wheat Sales Used to Funnel Money to Saddam


Darfur Rebels to Hold Key Reconciliation Meeting Ahead of Peace Talks

Zimbabwe's Opposition Defies Its Leader


Belarussian KGB Warns of Western Intervention

Basque Militants Jailed in France

Rights Group, Gaming Company Team Up to Produce Nonviolent Resistance Simulation

In Poland, Changing Alliances


US Says Cuba Takes Disaster Aid for First Time

UN Peacekeeper Killed in Haiti

In Struggling Haiti, Some Long for Baby Doc

Plame Investigation
Card: 'Very Dark Days for the White House'

The Fitzgerald Investigation Reader

Confused About the CIA Leak Case? Start Here

GOP at Odds Over Whether to Fight or Back Away

Lasting Effect of Plame Case on Press Murky

Plame's Neighbors Cite Visit by FBI as Probe Wraps Up

Inquiries Often Fuel New Charges

US War at Home

Protest Vigils Mark Iraq War Dead

Peaceful Antiwar Vigils Light Up Oakland Streets

Cindy Sheehan Arrested Again

SF Students Rally Against Military Recruiters

Kent State Threatens Iraq Vet With Expulsion Over Recruitment Protest

House Rejects Effort to Stop Base Closings

Padilla Takes His Case to Supreme Court

The Death of an Iraqi Prisoner

US Must Allow Access to Gitmo Hunger Strikers' Medical Records

Attorney: Cheney Promoted Torture Within Military

Canada Presses Syria to Investigate Torture Claims


Proposed Law Would Require Cybercafes to Keep Records of Internet Use to 'Fight Terror'

Rights Commission Warns: Human Rights Won't Be Protected Under Australian Terror Laws


Seven Palestinians Killed in Israeli Air Strikes

Israeli Launches 'Non-Stop' Offensive Against Militants

Disarming Palestinians May Mean Civil War: Mubarak

Islamic Jihad Steps Out From Hamas Shadow

US Pressures Abbas to 'Rein In' Militants

Four Settlers Indicted for Assaulting Palestinian Vegetable Seller

Israeli Army Reports Settler Bullying During Removal of Outposts

United Kingdom

UK Poll: Public Would Reject New Nukes if They Knew the Cost

Scotland Yard: Shoot-to-Kill Policy Doesn't Aim to Kill

British Doctor Faces Court-Martial Over Refusal to Serve in Iraq


Now That Base Shut Down, US Considers Uzbekistan Sanctions for Massacre

Six Dead in South Thailand Raids

Philippines Hunts Islamic Converts With Militant Ties

Japan, North Korea to Hold Bilateral Talks Starting Nov. 3

Aceh Rebels Refuse to Name Members

Georgian PM: US Involvement Critical in Ossetia Conflict

South Asia

India Offers $25 Million in Aid to Pakistan

India Offers Talks to Assam Insurgents

Nepal's Political Parties Call for Strike


Justin Raimondo
Libby: The War Party's Kamikaze

Alan Bock
A Time for Reconsideration

Charles Peña
Iraq by the Numbers

Ran HaCohen
The Quiet Occupation

Ivan Eland
Critics on Iraq Policy Come Out of the Woodwork Too Late

Praful Bidwai
Playing Politics as Quake Toll Rises

Nebojsa Malic
Exposed Agendas

David R. Henderson
What Game Theory Can Tell Us About Terrorism

Sascha Matuszak
Free the Diplomats

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

Matthew Barganier
Et Tu, Pat?

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