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Assange Espionage Act Indictment 'Imminent'
  Global Criticism of US Moves Against WikiLeaks
  The US's Weak Legal Case Against WikiLeaks
  Assange Accuser Flees to Mideast, May Not Be Cooperating With Police
  WikiLeaks Show Deeper US Military Role in Muslim World
  Concerns as DDoS Attacks Escalate Into All Out 'Cyber-War'
Privately Hopeless: Afghan War a Disaster
  US Blacklists Afghan Security Firm Tied to Karzai
At Least 17 Killed in Pakistan Hospital Bombing
  US Drones in Pakistan: Most Killed Are Civilians
  On WikiLeaks, India, Pakistan and a Partisan Media
Obama Withdraws Free Warplanes Offer for Israel
  New Poll Underlines Gloom Shrouding 'Peace Process'
  Israel Draws International Rebuke Over Settlements
  Israel May Compensate Families of Victims of Mavi Marmara Attack
India Angry After US Cheers TSA Groping of Ambassador
  Indian Border Guards Accused of Slaughter of the Innocents
Somali PM Sought US Strikes, Shrugged Off Civilian Toll Fear
A Flood of Drone Strikes  by Fatima Bhutto and Tom Engelhardt
Defend WikiLeaks or Lose Free Speech  by Dan Gillmor
Islamic 'Pipeline to Extremism' Turns Out to Be Mostly FBI Set-Ups  by Francis Njubi Nesbitt
Lying is Not Patriotic  by Rep. Ron Paul
Assange Case Must Not Obscure What WikiLeaks Has Told Us  by Johann Hari
The CIA: A Law Unto Itself  by Eric Alterman

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Contractors' Hopes Dim on Averting Big Cuts in Arms Programs
Navy Causes Controversy by Changing 'Persian Gulf' to 'Arabian Gulf'
Senators Make Case for AFRICOM in Hampton Roads
State Dept: No One Touched 'Dancing Boy' at Dyncorp Party
FBI Asks Panel to Delay Report on Anthrax Inquiry
Leaks Stymie US Legal Enforcers
Assange Put in Segregation Unit as Lawyers Aim for Bail
AG Vows Accountability for WikiLeaks Participants
Rep. King Introduces Anti-WikiLeaks Bill
DNS Provider Mistakenly Caught in WikiLeaks Saga Now Supports the Group
Aussie Officials: WikiLeaks 'Illegal' Under Australian Law
Lebanese Newspaper Site Downed for Covering WikiLeaks
WikiLeaks: Ex-Wikileaks Staff 'To Launch Rival Site'
Author Pulls WikiLeaks E-Book From Amazon
Hackers for WikiLeaks
Assange Didn't Order WikiLeaks Cyber War: Lawyer
Cyber Group Says WikiLeaks Attacks to Grow
Teen Arrested in the Netherlands in Hacking Attacks by WikiLeaks Sympathizers
US Looks Into Cyber Attacks on WikiLeaks Foes
NATO Service Member Killed in Southern Afghanistan
An Inflated Claim of Health Success in Afghanistan Exposed
British Private Security Company Employee Jailed by Afghans Amid Crackdown
UN Report: Afghanistan Must Stop Practices That Harm Women
It's a Hit: Afghan Police Nab Bombers – but on TV
Russia, Pakistan Agree to Afghan Drug Cooperation
China's Nobel
China Anti-Nobel Campaign Winning It No Friends
China Blocks News Websites Ahead of Liu Xiaobo Nobel Award
Anti-China Protests in Oslo Over Nobel Peace Prize
China, North Korea Remain Defiant Despite US Anger
WikiLeaks: North Korea 'Helps Burma With Nuclear Sites'
Pakistani Tribesmen Protest US Missile Strikes
Sri Lanka: Rights Groups Say Video Links the Military to Executions
Maoist Militants Kill Three People in India
US Military
Report: Growing Mental Health Problems in Military
Pentagon Negotiates With Indicted Contractor, Despite Suspension
Soldier Found Fatally Stabbed at Fort Stewart
Former Afghanistan Contractor Freeman Gets 41 Months
'War on Terror'
5 Ex-Captives Seek to Revive Torture-Flights Suit
Terrorist's Life Term Before Appeals Court
In Iraq, Can State Dept Pick Up Where US Military Leaves Off?
Iraq Drawdown Still Unlikely Before Summer 2011
US Soldier, 2 Iraqi Policemen Killed in Iraq
Woman Arrested Before Attacking Shiites in Diyala
Iraq Christians Mark 40 Days Since Church Carnage

Thursday: 6 Iraqis Killed, 6 Wounded

No Clear Successor Should Abbas Leave the Stage
US Urged to Recognize Palestine
Israeli Troops Used Prohibited Teargas Rounds
Poll: Israel's Arabs Don't Want to Be Part of Palestinian State
Poll: Half of Israeli Jews Hold Negative Views of Obama
Barak: When I Was PM We Built Much More in West Bank
Israel Checking if Rabbis Broke Law With Edict
Amid Uproar, Rabbis Pull Their Names From Letter Forbidding Rental of Homes to Arabs
Stuxnet Worm Still Out of Control at Iran's Nuclear Sites, Experts Say
Report: Famed Iranian Blogger Granted Prison Leave
Middle East
Hariri Assassination Indictment Coming Very Soon
Yemen, Iran Subject of Gates' Talks in UAE
Nigeria Army Chief: Civilian Deaths Won't Deter Us in Delta
Nigerian Terror Suspect Predicts More Violence
Alleged Lockerbie Bomber Megrahi 'in a Coma'
African Union Suspends Ivory Coast Over Poll Row
After WikiLeaks Revelations, Moscow Has Doubts About NATO
NATO: Ties With Russia on Track, Despite WikiLeaks
Lesser-Known Nuclear Pact With Russia Clears Final Hurdle
Russia: Georgian Allegations Dismissed
Likely GOP Hopefuls Line Up Against Nuclear Treaty
Russian 'Spy' Challenges Deportation From UK
Berlin Islamic Cultural Center Hit by Firebomb
Germany Arrests Two Men Alleged to Be in Sikh Terrorist Group
Berlin Investigating Controversial NGO
Czech Military Police Used Car Navigation Systems Stolen in Germany
UK Ignored Warnings to Stop Murdered Hostage From Being Handed to al-Qaeda Group
Suspect Arrested in Killing of a Pakistani Politician in London

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It's Payback Time!

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Leaks and Leakers

Ivan Eland
Stop the Persecution of Julian Assange

Kelley B. Vlahos
COIN and the Afghan Refugee Crisis

Nebojsa Malic
Eastern Frontiers

David R. Henderson
Adm. Mullen's Spinning vs. Prof. Hayek's Insight

Charles V. Peņa
TSA: Theater Security Administration

Ran HaCohen
The Flotilla in the Israeli Press

Alan Bock
How Brainy Is Obama?

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