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Iran Ends Cooperation With UN Nukes Probe
  Obama Talks Tough About Iran in Visit to Israel
  McCain: Israel Faces Gravest Threat in Its History
  Obama Calls Israel a 'Miracle', Holds Low Profile Meeting With Abbas
  Antiwar Movement Pushes Back Against Military Confrontation With Iran
US Talks With Iraq Could Stretch Years
  Son of Iraq Journalist Shot Dead by US Forces
  Brown Indicates End Is in Sight for Britain's Occupation Role in Iraq
  Iraq Elections Risk Delay After Presidency Council Rejects Bill
  Iraqi Forces Aren't Ready to Take Charge
Pentagon Plays Down Fears of Afghan Violence
  Ambassador: Al-Qaeda Leaving Iraq for Afghanistan
  Pentagon: Afghanistan Troop Increase Up to Next President
  Pentagon to Recommend More Troops for Afghanistan
  Civilian Risks Curbing Strikes in Afghan War
Bin Laden's Driver Walks Out on Terror Trial
US Abruptly Cancels Planned Meeting With Syrians
Pakistan Warns of New Nuclear Arms Race With India
Opportunity Knocked
by Flynt Leverett and Hillary Mann Leverett
Who Wants to Talk About
Troop Strain?
 by Kelley Vlahos
US Military Recruits Children
by Michael B. Reagan
Iraq Event Horizon  by Jeff Huber
Avoiding Brinksmanship with Iran
by Frida Berrigan
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Iran Tells British AFP Journalist to Leave
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The West Bank's Smallest Settlement
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Extra Police on Jerusalem Streets After Attack
Syria Buries Dozens of Hezbollah Guerillas Returned in Prisoner Swap
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Envoy Denies Danish Embassy Bomber Was Saudi
Imprisoned Activist Lashes Out at Mubarak Over Lack of Pardon
NATO, Afghan Forces Launch Offensive in Eastern Afghanistan
Afghan Police Needs 2,300 Additional Trainers: US General
Senior Taliban Commander Killed, British Army Says
NATO Says Several Militants Killed in Afghanistan
UK Soldier Is Killed, Two Wounded in Afghanistan Firefight
Merkel to Tell Obama Germany Has Afghanistan Limits
Tough Sell: Vacation in Amicable Afghanistan
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Chinese Find No Links Between Bus Blasts, Olympics
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