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Massive US Air Strike Hits Claim of 'New' Strategy
  US Kills at Least 95, Mostly Civilians in Afghan Air Strike
  Dems Signal Resistance to Afghan Troop Increase
  NATO Strike Magnifies Divide on Afghan War
  Gates Sells Afghan Strategy Amid Growing Unease
Netanyahu Tests Obama, OKs Major Expansion
  US Harshly Rebukes Israel on Settlement Plans
  Israel's New Anti-Assimilation Campaign
  Israelis Target Medical Teams
Iraq Masses Security Forces Along Syria Border
  Stormy Times in Iraq as US Prepares to Withdraw
CIA Wants Probe of Assassination Program Leak
  Appeals Court Says Ashcroft May Be Liable for Wrongful Detentions
  Could George W. Bush End Up Behind Bars?
Pakistan Kills at Least 57 in Khyber Offensive
Iran Says US Nuke Documents 'Forged'
North Korea Drops a Uranium Bombshell
Pentagon Slams AP for Publishing Photo of Dying Marine
Afghanistan Isn't Worth One More American Life  by Joe Galloway
Churchill Spurred the Decline of the West  by Patrick J. Buchanan
Rethinking the Good War
by Laurence M. Vance
The Missing Link in Palestinian Organ Theft  by Jonathan Cook
Another Krock of Krepinevich
by Jeff Huber
ElBaradei's Swan Song  by Gordon Prather
Deeper Into the Tunnel
by Alexander Cockburn
How to Deal With North Korea
by Doug Bandow

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Jack Straw Admits Lockerbie Bomber's Release Was Linked to Oil
Ex-Soldier Gets 5 Life Sentences for Iraqi Deaths
US Embassy Guards in Afghan Night Ops?
After Scandal, State Dept. 'Cleaning House' in Kabul
Yemen to Suspend Attacks on Rebels to Allow Aid
Yemen Blames Northern Rebels for Breaking Truce
The War at Home
Kucinich Renews Call for Afghan Withdrawal After Botched Airstrike
CIA Chief Panetta's Job Appears Secure
White House to Open Visitor List
Texas Sheriff Under Fire for al-Jazeera Access to Jail
US Military
French General Gets NATO Post in US
Fort Lee Training Exercise Deals With Mock Protesters
Defense Dept. Funding Study Pairing Dogs and Troops With PTSD
New Policy Delays Arlington Burials
2012 Targeted for New $61 Million Centcom HQ at MacDill AFB
'War on Terror'
Belgium to Take in Former Guantánamo Inmate
Canadian Terror Suspect Gets 14 Years
Canada Supreme Court to Hear Gitmo Case
Arab Bloc in Kirkuk Threatens to Boycott Council
Iraq: Body of Diyala Council Member's Eight-Year-Old Son Found Dumped
Chalabi Aide: I Went From White House to Secret Prison
Officials: Serbia May Offer Iraq Air Force Planes
Friday: 8 Iraqis Killed, 18 Wounded
Top Leader Nudged Iran Assembly to Back Cabinet
Iranian Blogger Does a Supposed About-Face
EU Makes New Appeal to Iran Over Nuclear Program
Hamas Said Ready to Sign Shalit Deal This Weekend
Peres: Palestinian State First, Full Peace Later
Israeli Settlement Plan Angers Palestinians
Israeli Troops Shoot Israeli Photographer at West Bank Protest
Israeli Envoy Demands Spain Silence 'Anti-Semitic' Leftists
Middle East
Israel, Jordan Find Accord in Finding New Water Supplies
Denmark to Send 140 Peacekeepers to Lebanon
US Lifts Almost All Curbs on Family Visits to Cuba
US Threatens Not to Recognize Winner of Honduras Presidential Election
Critics March Against Chavez Across Latin America
Peru Rebels Down Air Force Helicopter, Kill 3
Russia, US to Resume START Negotiations This Month
GQ's Provocative Article on Russia Will Be Hard to Find in Russia
New Probe Ordered in Killing of Russian Journalist
Scottish National Party to Press for Independence
Czech Town Divided Over How to Commemorate 1945 Massacre
Plans to Boost Afghan Troops Sparks UK Withdrawal Possibility
Pentagon Chief: 'Limited Time' to Show Afghan War Working
US Probes USAID Funds Going to Afghan Warlords, Extremists
UN Calls for Investigation Into Air Strikes
NATO Chief Orders Investigation Into Airstrike Deaths of Afghan Villagers
'NATO Must Tell Russia of Afghan Plans'
Karzai Brother Denies Election Accusations
Sen. Levin Says US Should Strengthen Afghan Army
Brown: British Troops to Remain in Afghanistan
British Veterans Minister Plotted Against Army Chief Over Afghan Criticism
US Embassy Guards Fired After Naked Party Scandal
Guards at US Embassy Organized Humiliating Sex Games
Months After 'Victory' Declared, Gen. Kayani Says Swat Valley Offensive to Continue
Pakistani Forces Beat Up Protesters in Balochistan
Army: 5 Militants Killed in Northwest Pakistan
North Korea
North Korea Says Uranium Program Near Completion
US Vows Strong Implementation of North Korea Sanctions
China Blames Muslim Separatists for Needle Attacks
Hundreds March in Chinese City Hit by Riots in July
China Official: 5 Killed During Urumqi Protests
Han Chinese Unrest Tests Security Troops' Mettle
Security Guards a Source of Insecurity in China
Japan's Next PM Pledges Stronger Foreign Policy
Japan: Ex-Army Cadet, 81, Recalls War Mind-Set
Myanmar Court Agrees to Hear Suu Kyi Appeal
India Might Not Share Any More Mumbai Evidence
Southern Thailand's Turmoil Grows
Vietnam Arrests Blogger in Crackdown on Critics
Sentence for Kazakh Activist in Accident Draws Outcry
BP Admits Concerns About Libyan Prisoner Transfer
Despite Lockerbie Furor, Libya Open for Business
South Africa Army Chief: Protest Bordered on Mutiny
Calm Returns to Gabon's Capital
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