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Updated March 8, 2011 - 11:28 PM EST
Report: Rebels Reject Gadhafi Offer
  Gadhafi Renews Attack on Rebels
  'We're New At This': Libya's Revolutionaries Learn on the Job

Against Libya's Rebels, Gadhafi Controls the Skies

British 'Diplomat' in Libya Was MI6
  Obama Inches Closer to Libya Intervention
  UN Sends Mission to Tripoli
  NATO Launches 24-Hr AWACS Surveillance of Libya
Gates: US Likely to Stay in Afghanistan Past 2014

Afghanistan Lets Blackwater Stay Despite Contractor Shakeup

Obama Approves Indefinite Detention Without Trial

Special US Prison Units Fill With Muslims

Pakistan Bombing Kills 32, Wounds 125

At Least 92 Killed in South Sudan Clashes
Egypt Protesters Attacked by 'Armed Civilians'
Buying Friends Creates More Enemies  by Rep. Ron Paul
Punished for Seeking a More Perfect Union  by Kevin Zeese
Saddam Was Bad, but the Invasion Made Things Worse  by Zainab Salbi
US Needs a Low Profile in Libya  by Ted Galen Carpenter
Libya and the Iraq War Dead-Enders  by Paul Pillar
Time to Reconsider Nation-Building and Foreign Aid  by Chris Coyne

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Gates, Petraeus Joke About Attack on Libya

Libyan Civilians Flee Gadhafi Attacks

Petraeus Names Officer in Charge of 'Psy-Ops' Story Investigation

Poll: 52% Want Troops Home From Afghanistan Within Year

Kissinger: Release Israeli Spy Pollard

'Anonymous' Hackers Target Bradley Manning's Jailers
Egypt Revolution Continues

Egyptian Army Attacks Protesters at Security Building

Cairo Protesters Attacked With Knives, Petrol Bombs

Secret Archives Leaked, Egypt Military Wants Them Returned

Egyptian Christians Protest Over a Church Burning

Egypt's New PM Sworn In, Vows to Rebuild Economy

Post-Mubarak Instability in Egypt Sparks Israeli Fears

Saudi Arabia

In Saudi Arabia, Activists Push More Boldly for Reform

Saudi Arabia's 'Day of Rage' Lures Record Bets on $200 Oil


Tunisia Scraps Hated Police Unit

Tunisia's Press Revels in New Freedom


Opposition in Yemen Works Up to 'Friday of No Return'

Journalists in Yemen Say They Are Being Attacked

One Injured, 15 Arrested After Yemeni Police Disperse Protesters

Middle East

Thousands of Algeria's Police Rally in Capital

Jordanian Journalists Call for Press Freedom

Turkey Charges Five More Journalists Over Coup Plot

'War on Terror'

Feds Request Leniency for Terrorist Who Still Backs Killing of Americans

Turmoil Jars US Counterterrorism Efforts
The War at Home

A Successor to Gates Is a Quandary for Obama

Commission Urges Pentagon to Let Women Serve in Combat

Soldier Dies in Game of Russian Roulette

PTSD Death Sends Family on Search for Answers


France Probes 'Spectacular' Chinese Cyber Attack on Finance Ministry

Amid Fears of Unrest, China Imposes New Restrictions on Foreign Journalists

Gary Locke, Commerce Secretary, to Be Ambassador to China

In Other News

A Push for Japan to Broaden War Options

In Europe's Last Dictatorship, All Opposition Is Mercilessly Crushed

Libya Fights On

Discord Grows in Washington Over a Potential Role in the Libya Conflict

A Million Libyans Need Aid as UK, France Seek No-Fly Zone

Refugee Camps in Libya Reach Crisis Point

Premature to Arm Libya Rebels: White House

UK Ministers Accused of 'Serial Bungling' Over Libya

Obama Warns Gadhafi Loyalists

UN Demands Access to Wounded Civilians in Libya

Oil Firms, Wall Street Banks Stop Trading With Libya

Darnah, a City of Secular Islam in Libya


Two Killed, 19 Injured in Afghan Blasts

US Defense Chief Sorry Over Afghan Child Deaths

Private Contractors at Record in Afghan War


Religious Activists Rally Against Raymond Davis

US Optimistic About Immunity for Davis

Pakistan PM Hints at Saudi Role in Davis Case


Iraqis Stage 'Day of Regret' One Year After Celebrated Elections

Protest Organizers Ordered to Shut Offices in Iraq

Monday: 3 Iraqis Killed, 4 Wounded; Protesters Beaten


West Bank Clashes: Settlers Stoned Injured Palestinians

Israel's Barak Calls for 'Bold' Action on Peace Process Front


Sudan: 92 Killed as Southern Troops Clash With Militias

Satellite Images Show 300 Burned Buildings in Sudan


Somali 'Govt' Allies Kill Dozens of Civilians to Win 2 Border Towns

Kenya: Govt Will Not Join Somali War


US Troops Train Djibouti Army

Ivory Coast Rebels Seize Control of 30-Mile Strip


FBI Agent to Testify at Cuban Militant's Trial

Suspected Colombian Rebels Kidnap 23 Local Oil Workers


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Brits Bollix Benghazi Caper

Kelley B. Vlahos
Iraqi Protests Make Washington Squirm

Nebojsa Malic
Riding the Sandstorm

Philip Giraldi
Uncle NED Comes Calling

Ivan Eland
Should the US Government Encourage Potential Darwin Award Winners?

Ran HaCohen
Barak Unmasked

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

Charles V. Peņa
TSA: Theater Security Administration

Alan Bock
How Brainy Is Obama?

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