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Iraq Is Beyond Repair: Rosa Brooks
Boogeymongering: Charley Reese
Bitterness, Irony, and Hope: Nebojsa Malic
Bonkers Diplomacy by†Gordon Prather
The Quiet Day We Lost the War: Boris Johnson

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Updated November 26, 2006 - 9:19 PM EST
Ferocity of Attacks Leaves GIs Helpless
  Another Bloody Sunday: 136 Iraqis, 2 GIs Killed
  Baghdad Braces for More Reprisals
  Crowd Stones Iraqi PM as Govt Calls for Calm
  US Report: Iraq Insurgency Financially Self-Sustaining
  Canadian Allegedly Leading Iraq Insurgency
  Iraq Tribe Says It Kills Dozens of Qaeda Fighters
It's Official: US in Iraq Longer Than WWII
  Rumsfeld Okayed Abuses Says Former US Army General
  Dems Warn Iraq Government: No Rubber-Stamp Support
  Pentagon Documents: 'Veterans for Peace' a Threat
  Gates Pushed for Bombing of Sandinistas
Gaza Cease-Fire Appears to Take Hold
  Lebanon PM in 11th-Hour Overture to Pro-Syrian Opponents
  Gemayel Killing Weakens Syria and Allies
Pakistan: US Was Behind Madrassa Bombing
  NATO Running Critically Short of Combat Troops in Afghanistan
  Bomb Kills 15 at Restaurant in Afghanistan
  NATO Forces Say They Killed 55 Taliban in Clashes
  Taliban, Convicts May Be Among Afghan Army Recruits
The Democrats Have No Iraq Solution  by Mustafa Malik
Head for the Exits, Now!
by Alexander Cockburn
After the Rain of Death
by Gideon Levy
Iraq Is Beyond Repair  by Rosa Brooks
Boogeymongering  by Charley Reese
Bonkers Diplomacy  by Gordon Prather

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UN Urges Iraqi Government to Halt Slide to Civil War
The War at Home
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Long Stints in Iraq Fracture Families
'War on Terror'
State Police Eyed as Hubs of Terrorism Data Network
Probe Traces Global Reach of Counterfeiting Ring
British Terror Trial Traces a Path to Militant Islam
British Breakup?
Poll: Majority Want Scotland and England Independent
Blair Warns Scottish Win Could Lead to Breakup of United Kingdom
Tony Blair's Lasting Legacy Could Be End of the Union
Denmark Slams NATO Members in Afghanistan, Says Alliance Shirking Responsibility
Britain Told: Make Peace Deal With Taliban
Czech Troops Arrive in Afghanistan to Take Command of Kabul Airport
Suicide Bombing Injures Two Civilians in Afghanistan
Taliban Kidnap Two Pakistani Reporters in Southern Afghanistan
NATO Patrol Escapes Suicide Attack in Afghanistan
Singh: Don't Blame Religion for Terrorism
Musharraf Says Pakistan Army Biggest Taxpayer
Police: Fierce Gunbattles Kill Eight in Kashmir
Sri Lanka
Rebel 'Suicide Camp' Bombed in Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka Rebels' Critic Silenced by Bullet
North Korean Capital Decked With Banners Extolling Nuclear Status
East Timor Rebel Leader Refuses to Disarm
300 Thai Schools to Close Amid Attacks
Clashes Flare in Bangladesh Amid Feuding Over Poll
Honduras Fines US Subsidiary Over Alleged Mercenary Training
Poll: Half of Venezuelans See US as Military Threat
Ecuadorís Path and Alliances at Stake in Runoff Election
Colombian Senator Faces Down Paramilitaries
Canada Arrests 'Illegal' Spy From Russian Intelligence
Americans Keep Dying
Iowa Soldier Had Changed Mind About an Army Career
Bakersfield (CA) Marine Hoped for US Citizenship in March
Phoenix (AZ) Marine Killed in Iraq on Second Tour
Albuquerque (NM) Soldier Dies From Non-Combat Injuries in Iraq
Horror of War Hits Home (CA)
Ohio Family Mourns Marine Killed by IED in Iraq
Michigan High School Honors Graduate Fallen in Iraq
Ohio Marine Killed by Roadside Bomb in Iraq
Death of a Spy
Litvinenko: Probe Claims He May Have Killed Himself
Russian Pols Blame Tycoon in Spy's Death
Poisoned Russian Ex-Spy Said He Was Ordered to Hire Assassins
Dying Spy Accused Kremlin Agent
Spy Death Linked to Nuclear Thefts
Detectives Investigate Ex-Spy's Death
Hard to Pin Blame in Ex-Spy's Death
Hard to Make, Risky to Use, a Dot of Polonium 210 Kills
People Who Visited Spy Sushi Bar Urged to Contact British Authorities
UK Moves to Allay Fears After Spy Radiation Death
Emergency Council Convenes to Discuss Former Russian Spy's Death
German Official Calls for European Probe Into Spy Death
Russia's Arms Exporter Denies Reported Missile Supplies to Iran
Iran to Produce Enough Fuel for Bushehr in 4-5 Years
Iran Denies Dr Khanís Help in N-Plan
Hanging Caught on Video Reveals Iran's Crackdown on Dissidents
Zimbabwe Signs Fuel Deal With Iran
Brinkmanship in Lebanon Over UN Court Ratification Plans
Lebanon Backs Controversial Assassination Tribunal
Syria May Not Cooperate With Tribunal
UN Mine Group: Israeli Forces Laid Mines in Lebanon During Summer War
Israeli Military Officials: Maybe Those Mines in Lebanon Belong to Syria
Hezbollah Renews Threat of Mass Protests
Hezbollah: Missile Supply Back to 100 Percent
Lebanon's Ominous Sense of Deja Vu
Robert Fisk: 'I Think There Are Enough Weapons for the Next War'
Final Contingent of Indonesian Troops Leaves to Join UN Lebanon Force
Mubarak Warns Against Renewed Violence in Lebanon
Single Qassam Rocket Hits Sderot Despite Cease-Fire
Palestinians Agree to End Rocket Attacks in Gaza
Hamas Offers Peace Talks for Six Months
Hamas Predicts New Uprising if No Peace Progress
Palestinian Deals Go on Despite Boycott
Israelis Split on Unilateral Attack Against Iran
Israeli Military Chief May Quit Over Failed Campaign
Peretz: Stop the Incitement, Let Me Work
Military Probe Ordered in 2003 Shooting of American Activist in Nablus
Israelis Avoiding Cyprus Due to Lebanese Refugees
Saudi Arabia
Cheney Meets With Saudi King in Riyadh
Saudis May Pull Out of Eurofighter Contract Over Fraud Probe: Report
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Ethiopia: We Don't Need Permission for Operations in Somalia
More Somalis Risk Perilous Crossing to Yemen to Flee Islamists
Somalia Braces for War as Residents Flee
Rebels Seize Key Chadian City
Eyewitness: the Battle for Abeche, Chad
Rwanda President Says France Implicated in Genocide
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European Minorities Torn Between Worlds
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