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US May Increase Pace of Iraq Pullout
  'Lob Bombs' New Biggest Worry for US in Iraq
  Friday: 2 US Soldiers, 10 Iraqis Killed; 9 Iraqis Wounded
Iraq, Israel Dismiss Report on Iran Drills
  Experts Point to Deceptions in Iran's Military Display
  Unnamed Arab State Tells Israel It Won't Oppose Iran Strike
Afghan Official: US-Led Strikes Killed 64 Civilians
  US Air Strike Wiped Out Afghan Wedding Party, Inquiry Finds
  US Military Denies Killing Afghan Civilians
  Afghan Warlords, Formerly Backed by CIA, Turn Guns on US Troops
US Blames Pakistan for Violence in Afghanistan
  Pakistan in Quandary Over How to Deal With Rising Militant Threats
  Deadly US 'Buzzers' Fray Nerves in Pakistan
Hezbollah Gains Veto Power in Lebanon Govt
Russia, China Veto UN Zimbabwe Sanctions
US and Israel Should Beware of Taking on Iran  by Robert Fox
Iran's Missiles Are Just for Show
by Pepe Escobar
Britain Should Not Intervene in Nigeria  by Richard Dowden
The Bipartisan Surveillance State
by Anthony Gregory
Nuke-Armed Paranoids  by Gordon Prather
How Britain Wages War  by John Pilger

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