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N. Korea Agrees to Nuclear Disarmament


Bolton Slams US Deal for North Korea Disarmament

House Dems Bar GOP Vote on Iraq War Funding

  Iraq Shi'ites Fear Getting Snared in Iran-US Spat
  Soldiers' Doubts Weigh on Iraq Mission

Tuesday: 72 Iraqis Killed; 62 Iraqis, 3 GIs, 2 Britons Wounded

Gen. Pace Demurs on Iran Arms Accusation

  Iran Rejects Claims of Equipping Iraqi Shi'ites
  US Claims Against Iran: Why Now?
  Top Israeli Defense Official: US Not Doing Enough Against Iran

Skeptics Doubt US Evidence on Iran's Actions in Iraq

Hamas to Step Down, Form Unity Govt

  US Offers $5 Million Bounty for Israel's Enemies

Blasts Hit Lebanese Christian Area, 3 Dead

Cheney Won't Testify in CIA Case

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Wash. Post Joins NYT in Trumpeting 'Anonymous' Charges Against Iran

Cheney to Snub Japan DM for Criticizing War

Ousted Republican Senator Criticizes Bush on Israel

US Admiral to Recruit Arab Nations for Wars in Iraq, Afghanistan

Text of the House Iraq Resolution

On One-Year Anniversary of the Bombing of the Samarra Mosque, Bombs Ravage Baghdad Market, Killing 88
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Iraqi Leading Baghdad Crackdown Forced From Home

One Year Later, Golden Mosque Is Still in Ruins

Iraqi Court Raises Sentence Against Former VP to Death by Hanging

Child Beggars Rampant in Baghdad

Iraqi Children Lured Into Drugs and Prostitution

Is Iran to Blame? Iraq's Sunnis and Shi'ites Don't Agree

Italy: Arms for Iraq Insurgency Plot Foiled

Monday: 136 Iraqis, 3 GIs Killed; 207 Iraqis Wounded
Iraq Occupation

Wanted: a Few Good Iraqis – or Jordanians – or – Anybody?

Black Hawks Down in Iraqi Quagmire

Helicopters Risky, but Still Best Option in Iraq, Army Pilot Says

Islamic Group's Secretary General: US Must Stay in Iraq

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Refugee Crisis

Red Cross Federation Seeks to Help 300,000 Iraqis

Some 5,000 Iraqis Queue Outside UN Damascus Office to Register

Syria Bars Iraq Refugees, Crisis Worsens

Palestinians in Iraq Say Govt Cannot Protect Them

The War at Home

House Resolution Condemns Iraq Troop Buildup

McCain Fears 'Tet Offensive' in Iraq

Democrats Tread Softly on Troops Surge

Antiwar Protesters Disrupt Obama Rally

Sen. Clinton Is Dogged by Criticism of War Stance

Veterans Face Consecutive Budget Cuts

The Battle Scars of a 'Private' War

Muslims Face Hatred in US Heartland

Pentagon Warns Fox: Torture Scenes in 24 Hurting Troops

Eastwood Says His WWII Films Expose Futility of War

FBI Loses Laptops With Classified Information

'I'm Doing Fine,' President Tells Worried Father

Libby Trial
Reporters Back Up Libby on Plame Leak

Wash. Post Reporter Tags Fleischer as Plame Leak Source

A Historic Moment if Cheney Testifies Live, as Expected

Rove 'Unlikely' to Testify at Libby Trial

Libby Believes NBC News Could Clear Him

Armitage Outs Agent in Woodward Tapes

Attorneys Try to Cast Libby as Scapegoat

'War on Terror'

DHS Seeks Flight Restrictions in North Dakota to Prevent Collisions With Border Drones

Centcom Team Monitors Blogs

Australian PM: US Democrat Win Is Terror Win

Al-Qaeda's Hand in Istanbul Plot


Gitmo Commander: Australian Kept in 'Most Humane' Part of Camp

Guantánamo Guard Rekindles Friendship With Former Captive

British Attorney General Slams Revised Gitmo Detainee Rules

Top UK Lawyer: Guantánamo Changes 'Too Little, Too Late'


Gates Pushes for Assault Against Taliban

Six Taliban, Five Police Killed in Violence in Southern Afghanistan

Canadian Troops Fire on Afghan Army Convoy

Canadian Senate: NATO's Afghan Mission in Trouble

German Tanks to Roll in Afghanistan Soon

Resentment Grows Over Afghan War Crimes Amnesty

Afghanistan Vows More Action on Drugs

Governor: Hundreds of Taliban Massing to Attack Dam


White House Stands by Iran Weapons Claim

EU Leaves Door Open for Iran Talks, Endorses UN Sanctions

Iran Claims New Stealth Drone That Can Attack US Gulf Fleet

Sunni Arab States Fortify Against Iran

Iran Leader Softens His Tone on Iraq


Mandatory Military Service Ends in Lebanon

Lebanon, UN to Work on Marking Border With Israel

Palestinian Politics

Palestinian Deal Faces Global Critique

EU Discusses Palestinian Boycott

EU Welcomes Palestinian Deal but Fails to Resume Direct Aid

Olmert: Formation of New PA Cabinet Is a Test for Abbas

Fatah Gunmen Kill Alleged Collaborator

Battle Between Fatah, Hamas Scars Two Universities


Netanyahu Revived Hamas, Olmert Says

US Congratulates Israel on Missile Test

Olmert Says Israel May Lose Golan Heights

Israel to Delay Work at Holy Site

Middle East

Egyptian MP: Nothing Will Stop Israel Except Nuclear Bomb

Arabs Try Outreach to Israel, US Jews

Freed Cleric Kidnapped by CIA 'Was Tortured'

Policy Elite Try to Bridge Gap Between US and Arab World Through TV

Syrian Who Knew 9/11 Hijackers Gets 12 Years for Muslim Group Membership


Blast Reported Near US Base in Japan

Taiwan Drops 'China' in Identity Move

China Says Anti-Satellite Test Did Not Break Rules

Minorities Protest as Myanmar Celebrates 60th Anniversary

US Wants China to Push for Reforms in Burma

Russia Reasserts

Russia Intensifies Efforts to Rebuild Its Military Machine

Moscow Wants Clarification on Gates' Remarks

Putin: Russia Could Help Saudis With Nuclear Energy

DM: Russia May Help US Stabilize Afghanistan

Putin Hints at Veto on Kosovo

Russia: Chechen President Says He Won’t Resign


Pakistan Debunks US Commander's Statement About Cross-Border Artillery Fire

US Defense Chief, in Pakistan, Offers Support on Policing Afghan Border

South Asia

Sri Lanka Says Sinks Rebel Boat Killing 10 Tamil Tigers

Thousands of Maoists Set to Demonstrate in Nepal


Somali Islamic Courts Leader Likely to Get Asylum in Yemen

Heavy Blasts Rock Mogadishu Near Presidential Palace


UN, EU Envoys Seek Peace in Sudan

Sudan Demands UN Remove Rights Envoy


Mugabe Barred From Summit

Guinea Declares Martial Law as Nine Die in Protests


Latin America Wary of New US Attention

OAS Chief Seeks Dialogue With Cuba


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