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Pastor Cancels Koran-Burning, Then Reconsiders
Mullah Omar: Afghan Taliban Victory 'Imminent'
  Police Beat Depositors as Afghan Bank Run Continues
  GIs 'Killed Afghan Civilians for Sport and Collected Fingers as Trophies'
  Whistleblower: Many US Interpreters Can't Speak Afghan Languages
  More Voting Stations to Remain Closed, More Voters Disenfranchised
  Calls for Change of Afghan Strategy Grow Louder
Iraqi DM: US Troops Will Stay Until At Least 2016
  4 al-Qaeda Prisoners Escape US Custody in Iraq
  US Says Killings Won't Affect Iraq Mission
  Iraq Deadliest War for Media Since WWII
Children Killed as US Missiles Rock Pakistan
  10 Killed in NW Pakistan Roadside Blast
  Pakistani Envoy: Flooding Hurts Terror Fight
Clinton Declares 'New American Moment'
  US Govt Report Argues for Police Force for Interventions Overseas
Suicide Attack in Russia Kills 17, Wounds 130
PA Rules Out Recognizing Israel as 'Jewish State'
US Court Sides With CIA On Rendition and Torture Case
UN: 230 Civilians Killed in Two Weeks in Mogadishu
US Terror Training in Yemen Reflects Wider Program
Mosques, Book Burnings, Collectivism and War Worship  by Anthony Gregory
US Leaving Iraq in Worse Shape Than Saddam  by Michael O'Brien
The Indefensible Drones: A Ground Zero Reflection  by Kathy Kelly
America's 'Baghdad Bob'  by Jack Hunter
Implications of a Pointless War  by Robert Koehler
Islam and America's Most Powerful Cult  by M. Junaid Levesque-Alam

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Serbia Backs Down on Kosovo Resolution
Weary of Drug War, Mexico Debates Legalization
WikiLeaks' Assange Requests New Lawyer in Sweden
FBI Says Retaliation for Koran Burning 'Likely'
Ex-Polish Leader Denies CIA Site Knowledge
NYC Mosque/Koran Burning
Five Myths About Mosques in America
Most Americans Object to Planned Islamic Center Near Ground Zero, Poll Finds
Backers of Mosque Near Ground Zero Appear Divided
Florida Pastor Not Backing Down on Koran-Burning
Koran Burning Spurs Ex-CIA Official to Lead Protest
The War at Home
Obama to Mark 9/11 Anniversary at Pentagon
Pentagon Cuts Lead Suppliers to Shed Workers
9 Shameless Warmongers Who Call Fox News Home
Recently Returned Iraq Vet Tries to Burn Down Home
US Military Bans New Video Game Because You Can Play as Taliban
Boeing Military Division Cuts Jobs Amid Restructure
'War on Terror'
Arrests Stir Worry About al-Qaeda Plots in West
Surveillance Team Spooked Bomb Plot Suspects, Informer Says
'No Anti-Terror Documents' on Lost Police Memory Stick
Iran Lifts Sentence of Stoning for Woman, Still Facing Prison, Execution
China Against 'Expanding' Iran Sanctions
South Korea Imposes Independent Sanctions on Iran
Iran Detains Prominent Opposition Lawyer
Iranians Unaware Castro Has Taken Up Their Cause
'New Dawn' Soldiers Arrive in Iraq
6 Killed in 2 Separate Bomb Attacks in Baghdad
Policeman Brother of US Soldiers' Killer Held
Two Iraqi Soldiers Wounded in Police Officer's Car Blast
Wednesday: 16 Iraqis Killed, 67 Wounded
Holes in Neocon Pushback Against Linkage
Pessimistic About Peace, Israelis Greet New Year
Obama, Clinton Call on US Jews, Muslims to Back Talks
Rep. Joe Sestak 'Regrets' Signing J Street's 'Gaza 54' Letter
Lebanese Speaker Warns Relaunched Talks Could Raise Tensions
Syrian Influence in Lebanon on the Rise Again

Sex, Violence, Islam: Syrian TV Soap Raises Drama

NATO Drive on Kandahar Begins, With Mixed Results
Karzai Seeks to Limit Role of US Corruption Investigators
Mahmood Karzai Profited on Deal Tied to Kabul Bank
Why Can't Afghanistan Tackle Corruption?
Amid Kabul Bank Meltdown, Afghans Question US-Style Capitalism
Police Station Opens in Disputed Afghan District
Afghan Suicide Bomber Kills Seven, Including Four Police
Pakistan to Charge 3 Over Failed Times Square Bomb
Pakistani Government Bans Five Baloch Groups
China's Hu Extols 'Progress' in US Ties
Blind Activist Lawyer Set to Be Released in China
China Demands Japan Free Skipper in Tense Maritime Row
Clinton Says North Korea Must Give Up Nuke Ambitions
Separatist Leader Arrested; Shutdown in Indian Kashmir
Clan Planned Philippine Massacre Over Dinner, Witness Says
Teachers Killed in Restive Southern Thailand
Sri Lanka MPs Vote in Sweeping Powers for President
Gates: Any Russian Arms Cheating Would Backfire
US Says Moscow Jailing of Russian Activist 'Regrettable'
Russian Spy Anna Chapman Finds Celebrity at Home
Did the Blitz Really Unify Britain?
Missing, Presumed Dead: Disappearance of Ukrainian Journalist Deepens Media Fears
Fresh Clashes in Darfur Kill Dozens of Civilians
UN Chief in Rwanda Over Threatened Sudan Pullout
'Islamists' Free Inmates in Nigerian Jail Attack
Accused Somali Pirate Pleads Guilty in DC
18 Massacred in Honduras Had No Criminal Records
Peru President: New Yorker Berenson Not a Threat
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