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Maliki Backers Threaten ‘Escalation’ on Recount
  Razor-Thin Margin to Separate Iraq Election Blocs
  Iraq Commission: No Manual Recounting of Votes
  Shi'ite Rivals Inch Closer to Iraqi Premier's Group
  Iraq Militants Promise More Attacks on US Troops
61 Killed as Pakistan Bombs Schools, Mosque
  US Pledges to Speed Up Arms to Pakistan
  'Strategic Depth' at Heart of Taliban Arrests
Iran-Contra Operative Linked to Spy Program
  'Bin Laden Audio' Threatens US Over Alleged 9/11 Plotter
  CIA and State Dept Apparently Acting on Plan to Destroy Wikileaks
  Israeli Intelligence, Our Constant Companion
  A Spy Unsettles US-India Ties
New Iran Sanctions Push Targets China, Turkey
  Would US-Led Sanctions Stop Iran's Nuclear Program?
Fury as Israel Expands E. Jerusalem Settlement
  Israel Weathers Round With White House
  Israel Braces for More Expulsions in Mossad Row
  IDF Soldier Who Used Child as Human Shield Feels 'Betrayed' at Charges
US Downplays Hopes for Afghan Reconciliation
  Afghan Soldiers Way Below Standard, Exasperated Marines Say
Russia, US OK Missile-Defense Workaround for Nuke Treaty
Top Ten Reasons East Jerusalem Does Not Belong to Jewish-Israelis  by Juan Cole
From Good War to Bad Social Engineering  by Doug Bandow
Covering Up American War Crimes, From Baghdad to New York  by Charles Glass
This Is Your Army on Drugs  by Kelley Vlahos
A Curious History of the CIA's Secret Interrogation Program  by Jane Mayer
The President's Nullification Power  by Jacob G. Hornberger

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Republicans Seek Deal on Detainee Trials
'Palestinian Life is Cheap'
Saudis Arrest 113 al-Qaeda Suspects
Armenian President Ready to Cede Territory to Azerbaijan
General Works to Salvage Legacy of Iraq War
Decision 'Shortly' on Russian Bid for British Newspapers
Private Spy Ring Prompts Wider US Probe: Pentagon
Cindy Sheehan on DC Arrest: Whose Streets?
Violence Continues
Iraq Sees Little to Cheer in Seven Years Since War
Iraq Provincial Chiefs Back Maliki Recount Call
Iraq's Divided Vote May Deepen Kirkuk Dispute
Complicated Quota System Helps Put Iraqi Women in Parliament
Gunmen Kill Iraqi Soldiers on Guard in Baghdad
Teenage Bomber Kills Three in West Iraq Blast
IED Injures Civilian, Ex-Officer's House Detonated in Mosul
Wednesday: 13 Iraqis Killed, 24 Wounded
Six Key Powers Hold Conference Call on Iran: Diplomat
Lukoil Stops Iran Work Due to US Pressure
Senior Iran MP Slams Obama Message as 'Deception'
Livni: World Must Isolate Iran, Impose Political Sanctions
Dispute With Israel Underscores Limits of US Power, a Shifting Alliance
PA Skeptical About US-Israel Crisis
'Netanyahu Decided to Spit Into Obama's Eye, This Time From Up Close'
Israel Opts to 'Lie Low' After Britain Expels Its Spy Chief
Israel Told: No Passport Promise Means No New Mossad Diplomat
UN Human Rights Council Passes Three Resolutions Condemning Israel
US Isolated in UN Rights Vote Against Israeli Settlements
Dead Palestinian Militant Clouds Peace Efforts
Struggle for Jerusalem Goes On, Four Decades After War
Israel Defends Right to Arrest Foreigners in West Bank
Researchers Dig Up Controversy in Jerusalem
Israeli Soldiers on Trial for Misconduct in Gaza War
Hamas to Execute Suspected Israeli Spies in Gaza
Middle East
Saudi Arabia: Arrogant Israel Challenges the World
Kadhafi Hosts First Arab Summit in Bid to 'Rescue' Jerusalem
Somali Backlash May Be Militants' Worst Foe
Private Guards Kill Somali Pirate for First Time
Tears of Joy as Libya Ex-Militants Freed From Jail
Swiss Ready to Lift Travel Ban on Libyan Officials
Nigeria's Acting Leader to Meet Ex-Rebel Leaders
Nigerian Leader Unveils Cabinet Nominees
Zimbabwe Police Seize Human Rights Photo Exhibits
Cleric: Kenya Deports 4 Arabs, Alleges Terror Link
Niger's Toppled Leader Tandja Is Fit: AU Envoy
Rights Group: Ethiopia Cracks Down Before May Vote
Tunisia: Authorities Give Human Rights Group a Taste of Govt Repression
Car Bomb Kills 9 in Colombian Port
Blast During Colombian Soccer Celebration Kills 1
Arrest in Venezuela Raises Free Speech Concerns
Cuban Americans Filling Planes to Homeland
Head of Canadian Army Shuffled Out of Job
US Military
Judge Says Burden Is on Government in Haditha Case
Pentagon Eyes More 'Humane' Enforcement of Gay Ban
How Some Retired Military Officers Became Well-Paid Consultants
Defense Secretary Orders Review of Military Information Programs
Army to Refurbish Humvees, Not Buy More
Military Aims for Better Concussion Detection
Army: Dead Robbery Suspect Was AWOL Iraq Vet
NATO Rejects Russia's Demand to Destroy Afghan Poppy Fields
With War and Neglect, Afghans Face Water Shortage
Two NATO Soldiers, Two De-Miners Killed in Afghan Blasts
Afghan Taliban Denies Secret Talks With UN Envoy
Taliban-Linked Group to Meet With UN
Top US General in Afghanistan Gives Order: Close TGIFriday's
Afghanistan, China Vow Strong Relations
Uphill Task for US Marines on Afghan Healthcare
Trial Begins for Canadian Soldier in Killing of Unarmed Taliban
UN Rights Chief Laments 2009 Afghan Civilian Toll
Clinton Says 'New Day' for US and Pakistan
After Arrests, Taliban Promote a Fighter
Pakistan Pleased With Outcome of Talks With US
Pakistani Security Forces Kill 23 Militants in NW
US Noncommittal on Pakistan's Nuclear Desires
Outlawed Pakistan Group Let Calls for Holy War
Pakistan Judge Delays Ruling on Nuclear Scientist
Indian Maoist Leader Commits Suicide
What Business Risks Do Maoist Rebels Pose?
China and Google
China State Media Says Google 'Is Not God'
US Tells China to Mull 'Implications' of Google Move
Google Still Censoring for Some China Customers
Another US Internet Company Pulls Back in China
North Korea
US Willing to Resume Food Aid to North Korea
US Man Held in North Korea Rallied Against Pyongyang
North Korea Hearing Falls Prey to US Health Fight
US 'Optimistic' on Japan Base Decision: Military
Behavior Training Ordered for Servicemembers on Okinawa
Myanmar's Junta Prepares to Take on the Ethnic Militias
Security Council Mulls Myanmar's Electoral Laws
Superpower Competition for Little Laos
Indonesian Prisons a Breeding Ground for Terror: Analyst
Kyrgyz Revolution Leaves Legacy of Oppression
Nepal's Ex-King Believes Monarchy Can Return
Hugs Help Heal Wounds in Divided Sri Lanka
US Asks Prague to Host Russian Nuclear Signature: Czechs
Most Russians Believe US Is Hell-Bent on World Domination, Says Poll
Russian Jets Bomb Ice-Clogged Rivers
Ukraine Bomb Squad Disables Two-Ton Lost Torpedo
Police Arrest Frenchman Who Hacked Obama Twitter Page
Northern Ireland Firebrand Makes Parliament Exit
Google Criticizes Australia on Internet Filter Plan
'War on Terror'
For Two Detainees Who Told What They Knew, Guantanamo Becomes a Gilded Cage
Canada Reassigns Warship to Fight al-Qaeda Attacks in Gulf of Aden
US Investigators Winding Down Inquiry of Destroyed CIA Tapes
Visa Denial Was Reversed for Terrorism Suspect in 2004
US Sends Two Uighur Detainees to Switzerland
US Aviation Security Pick Favors Israeli Model
EU Weighs Its Own System to Track Cash for Terrorism

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End the Wars

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Time to Move Past Camp David Envy

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Excessive Intrusion, Less Security

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The Show Goes On

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