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The Long Road Out of Iraq
  Rights Abuses to Be Investigated in Iraq Warehouse Scandal
  Iraq Requests $6 Billion From US for Security Upgrades
More NATO Supplies Destroyed in Pakistan
  Peshawar the New Front Line in the Fight With Taliban
  Pakistan Says India Must Give Evidence on Mumbai
Floundering Somali Govt Nears Collapse
  US Navy Commander Questions Land Attacks on Pirates
  US Teen Disappears: 'Mom, I'm in Somalia'
Karzai Reviews Process for NATO Air Strikes
  NATO Troops Open Fire on Afghan Bus, Kill Four Civilians
  Afghan Troops Losing Support From Locals
Pentagon May Have 'Wrongly' Mixed Propaganda With PR
  Pentagon Pro-Troop Group Misspent Millions, Report Says
Dispute Over Border Village Near South Ossetia Continues
9 Is Not 11
by Arundhati Roy and Tom Engelhardt
Britain Leaves Iraq in Shame. the US Won't Go So Quietly  by Seumas Milne
Costs of War: Silent Suffering
by Shaun Waterman
Mumbai Wake-up Call  by Frida Berrigan
Nuke Umbrellas  by Gordon Prather
We All Failed Gary Webb  by Robert Parry

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Today in Iraq
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Kurdish Lawmaker Blames Kirkuk Blast on al-Qaeda
Iraqis in North Mourn Suicide Bombing Deaths
Thousands Celebrate in Baghdad as Violence Falls
British Soldier in Iraq Dies After Shooting Himself
Sticky Bomb Explodes Without Casualties in Kirkuk
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US Calls on Europe to Take Guantánamo Inmates
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Menezes Jury Rejects Police Claim of Lawful Killing
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Syria's Own 'War on Terror'
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United Arab Emirates
White House Wants Nuclear Deal With UAE
US Arms Control Official to Hold Talks in Moscow
Russia Raps NATO Over Georgia, Ukraine
Russian Lawmakers Pass Bill Limiting Jury Trials on Terror
Report: Serbian Police Search for War Criminals
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Marshall Islands
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Pakistan Sends Troops to Guard NATO Supply Trucks
Pakistanis Will Not Be Handed Over to India
Pakistan Cracks Down on Lashkar, Charity; Scores Held
Kashmir Rebels Slam UN, Pakistan Over Charity Crackdown
Pakistani Town Roiled by Alleged Link to Mumbai Suspect
Ex-Indian Air Force Chief Says No Chance of Pakistan's Nukes Falling Into Wrong Hands
India Presses Pakistan on Terrorism but Finds Its Own Options Limited
Mumbai Residents in Human Chain Protest Over Attacks
Mumbai Attacks Spark Upper-Class Calls for Change
India, US Official Discuss Mumbai Attack Probe
Scenarios: Assessing Risks of India, Pakistan Confrontation
'12-Year-Old' Afghan Suicide Bomber Kills Three Marines
Suicide Bombs Tearing at Ordinary Afghan Families
UN Says Afghan Graves Were Disturbed; Physicians Demand Probe
Four British Marines Killed in Afghanistan Blasts
Japan Extends Afghan Naval Support
Karzai Visits US Aircraft Carrier
US Says North Korea Will Not Get More Fuel Until Deal
Musical Diplomacy Resonates With North Korea as Official Efforts Stall
South Korea and Japan Condemn North Korea Over Nuclear Talks
French Doctor Denies Treating Kim
North Korea Sending More Signs Kim Has Recovered: Seoul
Thai Protesters Warn Against Pro-Thaksin PM
Casualties Up as Fighting Rages on in Northern Sri Lanka
Darfur Clashes Kill 75, Including Policemen
Violence Flares in Flashpoint Sudan Oil Town
DR Congo/Rwanda
UN Report Says Rwanda and Congo Fighting Proxy War
Panel Urges UN to Expand Congo Sanctions List
Report: Both Sides in Congo Use Rape as a Weapon
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UK: Sealing Zimbabwe Borders Will Make Matters Worse

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