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  Pelosi Backs War Funds With Conditions
  Dem Leader Gambles Weekend Detention Will Lead to Senate Iraq Vote
  Bush, Congress Could Face Confrontation on Issue of War Powers
  Broad Swath of GOP Defecting on Iraq Vote
  GOP Activists: Bush Won't Listen on Iraq
General: Iraq Troop Boost Erodes Readiness
  Prewar Plans Saw Only 5,000 GIs in Iraq by End of 2006
  Iraq War Helping al-Qaeda Regroup, Congress Told
Standoff With US Is Fueling Iranian Militarists
  Pentagon Blames Iran for Bombs Killing US Soldiers in Iraq
  Gates: US Not Looking for War With Iran
Talabani: Sadr Orders Militia Heads Out of Iraq
  Shi'ite Militia Lies Low in Baghdad, Hides Weapons
  Auditors: Billions Continue to Be Wasted in Iraq War
  New Iraq Security Plan Could Make More Homeless
  Friday: 12 Iraqis Killed, 1 Wounded
  Thursday: 132 Iraqis, 1 GI Killed; 82 Iraqis Wounded
Bush Orders More Troops to Afghanistan
  Experts Fear Afghanistan Could Become the Next Iraq
Italy Indicts 31 in Alleged CIA Kidnapping
US Will Boycott New Palestinian Unity Govt
  Abbas Asks Haniyya to Form Unity Government
  US Congress Blocks Bush's Promised Aid to Palestinian Security Forces
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