Pakistan: The War Party's New Frontier: Raimondo
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 Bill Kelsey

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 Lew Rockwell

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 Abdulkadir Abdirahman

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US Kills 23 at Pakistan School

Pakistan Pretends to Fight Taliban, for US Cash

Film Backs Afghans’ Claim of US Killings
  Evidence Points to High Civilian Toll in Afghan Raid
  As US Steps Up Afghan Air Raids, More Civilian Deaths: Report

Russia Agrees to Georgia Pullout After EU Deal

  Georgian President Vows to Reclaim 2 Provinces
  French FM: Translation Problem Led to Georgia Cease-Fire Differences
  US Trained Georgian Commandos Just Prior to War
Rice Won't Address Iraq Spying Claim
  Road Rage Ruse Leads to Fatal Iraq Blast

Monday: 26 Iraqis Killed, 52 Wounded

Peres: Attack on Iran Could Spark Wide-Scale War
Congress Is About to Pour Lighter Fluid on Iran  by William O. Beeman
Gitmo Remainders: The 'Worst of the Worst'?  by Andy Worthington
Obama Embraces Bush-McCain Spin on Iraq  by Chris Floyd
Is American Success a Failure in Iraq?  by Michael Schwartz and Tom Engelhardt
Shattered Illusions  by Conor Foley
We Who Dared to Say No to War
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Petraeus to Quit US Iraq Command on Sept. 16
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Iraq Says Historic Kuwait Visit Delayed
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UK's Anti-Terrorism Laws Used to Spy on Noisy Children
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Facts About Israeli Leader Ehud Olmert
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Saakashvili Warns of More Territorial Conflicts Involving Russia
Russia Courts Old Allies, Steps Up Defiance of the West
Sarkozy to Seek Russian Breakthrough on Georgia
Georgia to Ask Hague Court to End Russian Abuses
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US Forces, Afghan Police Kill Over 20 Taliban
Taliban Abducts Five West of Kabul
Australian Infantry May Fight in Afghanistan
Roadside Bomb Kills One Dutch Soldier, Wounds Five in Afghanistan
Canadian Soldier Killed on Patrol in Afghanistan
Afghan Kidnappings Damage Business Revival
At Least 64 Killed in Pakistan's Northwest
Unknown Powder Sent to US Diplomats in Pakistan
US Congress Seen Passing India Nuke Deal Eventually
India Jubilant Over Nuclear Trade Waiver
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Unidentified Warship Captures 14 Somali Pirates
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