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Bill to Give Obama Emergency Control of Internet
US Copter Opens Fire on Afghan Medical Clinic
  Accusations of Vote Fraud Multiply in Afghanistan
  Was the Afghan Election Rigged, and Who Will Decide?
  Afghans in Greatest Danger Since Taliban Fell: Amnesty
  August Deadliest Month of Afghan War for US
Shi'ite Cleric's Death Shakes Up Iraq Politics
  Iraq Says Syria Must Give Up Terror Suspects
  Car Bombs Hit Iraqi Troops Ahead of Shi'ite Funeral
  US Army: 50,000 US Soldiers in Iraq by August 2010 Still the Goal
US Won't Press Israel on Settlements
  Netanyahu Calls for 'Crippling Sanctions' Against Iran
US Drone Attack in Pakistan Kills 10
  Pakistan Suicide Blast Kills at Least 22
Report: Obama to Scrap E. Europe Missile Shield
  US Eyes 12 Giant 'Bunker Buster' Bombs for Iran, North Korea
US Presses Yemen to Counter al-Qaeda
Abuse Issue Puts Justice Dept. and CIA at Odds
US Moves Toward Formal Cut-Off of Aid to Honduras
Afghanistan Apocalypse
by Robert Dreyfuss
An Alternative to 'Victory' in Afghanistan?  by William Pfaff
Whistleblower's Courage at Guantánamo  by Jesselyn Radack
Command Decision  by Tony Blankley
Grays of Making Them Talk
by Jacob Sullum
Afghanistan: War Trumps Elections
by Frida Berrigan

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'Sibel Edmonds Speaks, but No One Is Listening'
US-Colombia Bases Deal Could Fuel Arms Purchases
Military Prepares Profiles on Reporters in War Zones
US Military in Afghanistan Denies Rating Reporters
Judge Rules That He, Too, Can Grant Access to US Secrets
Message to Muslim World Gets a Pentagon Critique
Georgia Slams Railway 'Robbery' in Abkhazia
'War on Terror'
Bush's Search Policy for Travelers Is Kept by Obama
Holder's Decision to Probe CIA Hints at a New Dynamic
Memos: CIA Pushed Limits on Sleep Deprivation
Canadian Research Aided CIA Torture Techniques
'06 Memo Cites Food Strike by Detainees
US Will Pay for Lawyer in Italian Kidnapping Trial
Young Afghan Freed From Guantánamo to Sue US Govt
ACLU Supports UK Computer Hacker Fighting US Trial
US Military
Fort Benning Investigates Possible Suicides
3 Bragg Soldiers Indicted for Murders of 2 Female Soldiers
Iraqi Shi'ite Leader Mourned at Home and in Iran
Water Shortage Threatens Two Million People in Southern Iraq
Iraq's 'Shakira' Shakes Conservative Kurdistan
Doubts Cast on Authenticity of Picasso in Iraq
British Traders Charged Over Iraqi Oil-for-Food Affair
Thursday: 8 Iraqis Killed, 45 Wounded
Iran's Top Dissident Cleric Warns Against Regime 'Fall'
Iran MP Says Rape of Some Vote Detainees Proven
France and Germany Warn of New Iran Sanctions
Iranian Women Activists Say Not Fooled by President
PLO Picks New Leaders at Landmark Meeting
Israeli Navy Kills Palestinian Fisherman: Medics
How Do Settlers Avenge Removal of Outpost? They Build Another One
Israel Hobbling West Bank Economy, Says Tony Blair
Merkel Staunch on Support as Debate Turns Critical of Israel
Sweden's Free Speech Tradition Runs Into Israeli Ire
Israeli Group Slams Facebook as Anti-Semitic
UN Council Extends Lebanon Force With Same Mandate
Lebanese Army Arrests Israeli Man: Source
Lebanese Security Forces Destroy 'One Third' of Hashish Plantations
Saudi Arabia
Suicide Bomber Lightly Injures Senior Saudi Prince
US Warns Karzai on Fraud, Corruption, Militia Ties
Divisiveness Adds to Pessimism in Afghanistan
Afghan Underdog Is Feeling Like a Winner
Afghan Taliban Commander Is Captured in Raid
Pentagon's Urgent Bid to Counter Afghan Roadside Bombs
US General Aims for Afghan Hearts in Anti-Taliban Fight
Police Re-Arrests Three Sons of Sufi Muhammad
Clash Kills 4 Pakistani Soldiers, 9 Militants
Over 80 Pct of Pakistan's War-Displaced Return Home
Pakistan Police Get New Anti-Terror Training
North Korea's Talk Offer Is Dilemma for Obama
Koreas Work Toward Deal to Restart Family Reunions
South Korea Seeks to Curb Missionary Travel to Mideast
China Urges US to Halt Surveillance Near Its Shores
China's Tale of Two Restive Regions
Taiwan's Government Approves Visit by Dalai Lama
China Denounces Taiwan Visit by Dalai Lama

China Approves Law Governing Armed Police Force

More Fighting Feared as Thousands Flee Myanmar: Activists
Ethnic Group in Myanmar Said to Break Cease-Fire
US Senator Lashes Myanmar Sanctions
India Scrambles Fighter to Intercept Air France Plane
Cambodia Pulls Back Troops From Disputed Temple
Nigerian Police Arrest 30 Afghan-Linked Islamists
Darfur War Over at Least for Now Says Departing UN Chief
How Kenya's 'Little Mogadishu' Became a Hub for Somali Militants
US Navy: Somali Pirates Fire on US Helicopter
New Peacekeeping Mandates Needed for LRA Hunt: UN
UN Liberia Peacekeeper Suspected of Abuse Found Dead
Russia and Ukraine in Intensifying Standoff
Russia Charges Eight With Arctic Sea Hijacking
N. Caucasus Bloggers Speak Out
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Canada Copies US Customs

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A Primer for the Neo-Patriots

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Fascism Needs an Enemy

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