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Updated February 10, 2010 - 11:21 PM EST
IAEA: Iran's New Enrichment Modest

Obama Vows Haste in New Iran Sanctions


State Dept: US Will Soon Offer Iran Isotope Deal

  Iran to Stop Enrichment if Given Nuclear Fuel

Pakistan Suicide Attack Kills 17, Mostly Police

  Pak Minister: Blackwater Presence a Media Myth
  Hakimullah: Dead for the Seventh Time?
Most Banned Iraqi Candidates Denied Appeal
  In Iraq, a Vote Appears Likely to Split Along Familiar Lines
  Iraq: US Military Releases Reuters Photographer After 17 Months
High Price Tag for Settlers' Eviction
  US Nonprofit Targeted Rights Group Over Goldstone
UK Reveals 'Cruel, Inhuman, and Degrading' Gitmo Treatment
Russia: Arms Treaty Stalled Over US Missile Defense
It Is Now Official: The US Is a Police State  by Paul Craig Roberts
Where Has the Antiwar Movement Gone?  by Ryan Jaroncyk
Why We Can't Afford to Let Obama Give Bush's War Criminals a Free Pass  by Charlotte Dennett
America's Shadowy Base World  by Nick Turse and Tom Engelhardt
The Terror-Industrial Complex  by Chris Hedges
Wars Sending US Into Ruin  by Eric Margolis

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Former Boy Soldier, Youngest Gitmo Detainee, Heads Toward Military Tribunal

Key Figure in Bush’s Military Commissions Set for Obama Job

Bush Officials to Face UK Iraq Inquiry?

Interview With Anwar al-Awlaki
UK Military Creaking Under Strain of Iraq and Afghanistan, Report Says

Iraqi Vice President Warns Against Exploiting Sectarian Sentiment

Iraq to Open 10-15 Posts in Jordan as Part of Worldwide Vote

Army Forces Besiege Salah Al-Din Council

Iraq Launches Fourth State Oil Firm

Iranian Consul Warns Kurdish Groups Using Iraqi Kurdistan to Attack Iran

Tuesday: 4 Iraqis Killed, 17 Wounded


Gates Wants Iran Sanctions in 'Weeks, Not Months'

Iran's Nuclear Decision Undermines Credibility, EU's Ashton Says

Iran to Launch Home-Built Anti-Missile System

Iran Sentences Another Activist to Death

Arrests by Iran in Bid to Quell Wide Protests

Iranians Protest at Rome's Tehran Embassy

'War on Terror'

Civil Libertarians Reject Obama's Guantánamo Closure Plan

Senate OKs Resolution Opposing Terror Trial in NYC

Father of NY Terror Plot Suspect Pleads Not Guilty

Scottish Man's Terror Conviction Overturned

In Other News

Sick Leader 'Loses Power' in Nigeria

Yemen Getting Tougher With Somalis on al-Qaeda Fears


US Army Closes in on Targeted Southern Afghan Town

IED Expert Dies in Explosion in Afghanistan

Marines Plan Joint Mission to Eject Insurgents From Last Helmand Stronghold

40th French Soldier Dies in Afghanistan

Pakistan Is Said to Pursue Role in Afghan Talks

Pakistani Interior Minister: No Blackwater in Pakistan

Pakistan PM to Militants: Disarm or Die

UN Appeals for $538m in Pakistan Humanitarian Aid


Netanyahu Demands Immediate, Crippling Sanctions on Iran

Report: Israeli Army Chief's Term May Be Extended 'Because of Iran'

Settlers Attack Israeli Army Convoy

Israeli Police Raid East Jerusalem Refugee Camp


Hiroshima Will Reassess Reach of 'Black Rain'

Lawmaker: Taiwan Still Wants US Subs

UN Envoy Arrives in North Korea to Spur Nuke Talks

Russia and Her Neighbors

Tymoshenko to Challenge Ukraine Election Result

Chechen Leader Drops Libel Suits; Kremlin Hand Seen


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Liberty Versus 'Patriotism'

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The Kid, the Pimp, and the Spineless Media

Nebojsa Malic
Spies, Lies, and Fear

Charles V. Peņa
Budget Freeze as Political Theater

Philip Giraldi
Onward Christian Soldiers, Again

David R. Henderson
Hail Christopher Preble

Ran HaCohen
Fascism Needs an Enemy

Alan Bock
Independence, Empire Don't Mesh

Edouard Husson
The Virtues of Gorbachevism

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