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Updated June 24, 2010 - 11:21 PM EDT
More of the Same in Petraeus' Afghanistan
  Switch to Petraeus Betrays Afghan Policy Crisis
  Rolling Stone Article's True Focus: Counterinsurgency
  Obama Warns War Cabinet Over Infighting
June Already NATO's Deadliest Month
  In Afghanistan, Doubts Grow and Weariness Deepens
  CIA Hires Xe, Formerly Blackwater, to Guard Facilities in Afghanistan
Israel Draws Up Plans for Next Gaza Invasion
  Surge in Activity as Israeli Troops Prep for More Gaza-bound Aid Ships
  Netanyahu: Israel's Legitimacy Is Being Attacked
  Israel Lobby Riding High in US Election Run-Up
Allawi's Bloc Courts Kurds for Govt Push
  US Vehicle Runs Over Family in Ninewa
WikiLeaks Founder Drops 'Mass Spying' Hint
Pakistan Sentences 5 Virginia Men to 10 Years in Prison
Our Enemies or Our Allies?  by Malou Innocent
Fighting Talk: The New Propaganda  by Robert Fisk
From Great Man to Great Screwup: Behind the McChrystal Uproar  by Norman Solomon
General Discharge  by Robert Scheer
The Silent Expulsion  Ha'aretz
Hail to the Whistleblowers  by James Denselow

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Iranian Army Attacks Positions of Kurdish Separatists in Northern Iraq
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Gaza Aid Ships
Lebanon Warns Israel Against Attacking Ships
Lebanon's Aid Flotilla Ready to Set Sail for Gaza Despite Threats and Hurdles
Israel: Flotillas Aim to Get Weapons to Gaza
US Urges Ships From Lebanon to Send Gaza Aid Via Land
Netanyahu to Human Rights Activists: Sail to Tehran, Not Gaza
87 Senators Sign Letter Defended Israel's Aid Ship Attack
33 Greeks to Sue Israeli Officials Over Gaza Flotilla Raid
Balkan Summit Condemns Israeli Raid on Gaza Flotilla
Belgian Indictment Against Barak, Livni
Settlers Threaten to Forcibly Evict East Jerusalem Palestinians
Israeli MP Pledge to Help Expel Arabs From East Jerusalem
Initiative: Expel 'Filthy' Infiltrators From Tel Aviv
Army Mulls Charging Soldier for Gaza War Killings
Israeli Minister Assures US on More Goods for Gaza
UN Chief Says Israeli Plan for East Jerusalem Is Illegal
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Peres: New Israeli Spy Satellite Gives Israel 'Significant' Edge
Barak Says He Seeks to Put Aside Rows to Advance Peace Process
Swedish Dockworkers Boycott Israeli Ships
Israeli Troops Arrest Four in West Bank Raids
Israel Cannot Put Gaza Responsibility on Egypt: Mubarak
Egypt Court Sentences Militant Leader to Death
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Syria Sends Rights Activist to Prison for 3 Years
Jem Rebel Group Says No Darfur Peace Without It
Swedish Oil Company Under Scrutiny After Sudan War Crimes Report
2 German Aid Workers Abducted in Darfur
Uganda Troops to Leave Somalia 'When Peace Returns'
Professor: Rwanda Officials Wanted Me to Disappear
South Africa: 2 Cleared in Attack on Rwandan Exile
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Obama Assures Karzai No Change in Afghan Policy
Afghan Officials Relieved at Choice of Gen. Petraeus
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UK Says Brit General Taking Charge in Kabul
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Army Releases Findings of Wanat Review
Australian Troops Could Start Coming Home From Afghanistan in 2012
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Parasite Threatens Afghan Opium Production: UN
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Pakistan Predicts Conviction in US Terror Trial
Army Hands Over Swat Checkposts to Civilian Administration
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South Korea, Japan Activists Fly Leaflets Toward North Korea
South Korea Questions North Korean Over Reported Crossing
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Sri Lanka Slams UN Over War Crimes Probe
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Murder in Vienna Leads Investigators to Chechen President
German Police Raid Alleged Terrorist Fundraisers
No Access to BBC's Report on Middle East Coverage
Romanian Media Criticized as a Security Threat
Lithuania Says Belarus Cuts Russian Gas Supplies
Belarus Says Russia Gas Debt Paid, Threatens Transit Cut
'War on Terror'
Homegrown Attack Threat Not Receding: NYPD Chief
Court Orders US Militia Members Held Without Bond
Bin Laden Hunter on His Way Back to United States
US Military
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