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Gadhafi Forces Re-Take Zawiyah
  Threats Continue, But Will US Attack Libya?
  Libyan General Switches Sides, Joins Rebels in Zawiya
  Outgunned Rebels Stand Up to Gadhafi Onslaught
  Rebels: Gadhafi Can Leave Safely if 'Within 72 Hours'
  Gadhafi Ratchets Up Attacks on Rebel-Held Zawiya
  Libya No-Fly Zone a UN Decision, Says Hillary Clinton

Opposition in Libya Struggles to Form a United Front

Doctors: Nerve Gas Used on Yemen Protesters
Docs: Egypt Security Bombed Churches, Resort

Muslim-Christian Clashes in Cairo Leave 13 Dead, 140 Wounded


Ex-UK Spy Boss Says WikiLeaks Sparked Egyptian Revolution

Violent Crackdowns Spark Concerns About Iraq
  Tuesday: 8 Iraqis Killed, 13 Wounded
Israel Seeks $20 Billion More in US Military Aid
  Commanders: Israel Can't Crush Egypt-Style West Bank Uprising
Gates: Spring to Test 'Progress' in Afghanistan
  US Pulls Back From Push for Women's Rights in Afghanistan

Putting Afghan Plan Into Action Proves Difficult

Suicide Bomber Kills 36 at Pakistan Funeral
Don't Beat the War Drum for Libya  by Gene Healy
The Neocons Are Trying to Talk Us Into War Again  by Michael Lind
US Foreign Aid Hinders More Than It Helps  by Doug Bandow
Where Did All the Fatwas Go?  by James Carroll and Tom Engelhardt
Neoconservatism Unmasked  by C. Bradley Thompson
Inhumanity at Quantico  by Scott Horton

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Expert: Defense Spending Must Be Cut to Avoid Crisis

Republicans Move to Strip Detainee Authority From Attorney General

Team Petraeus Brings Body Counts Back

Israeli Minister to Visit Jonathan Pollard for First Time in Five Years

Report Reveals Steep Increase in War Amputations Last Fall

Prisoners Help Build Patriot Missiles


Christians and Muslims Clash in Cairo, 1 Dead

Egyptian Women's Rights Protest Marred by Hecklers

Egypt's Security Forces Are Weakened After Decades as Mubarak's Enforcer

In Egypt, Preparations for a Rarity: A Real Vote


Yemeni Army Storms University, Wounding 98

Yemen Opposition Vows 'Escalation'

Yemeni Prisoners Riot, Call for President's Ouster

Yemen's Peaceful Protests Appeal to Shi'ite Rebels

Yemen Appeals for Aid to Counter 'Economic Crisis'


Jordan Islamists Want Parliament Dissolved

Amid Arab Protests, Resentment Builds in Jordanian Town

Jordan Increases Budget to Tamp Unrest

Middle East

Saudi Arabia to Free 25 Held in Protests

Syria Frees Human Rights Activist in Amnesty

Youth Groups to Protest in Kuwait

Shi'ite Majority Defiant in Bahrain

Muslim Hearings

Rep. Eric Cantor Defends Rep. Peter King's Hearings on Radical Islam

Muslim Americans Fear Congress Terrorism Hearings Fuel Islamophobia

Japanese Americans Decry Rep. King's Muslim Hearings as 'Sinister'

For Lawmaker Examining Terror, a Pro-IRA Past

Republicans Divided Over Muslim Hearings

Anti-Islamic Groups Go Mainstream

US Military

Growing Up While Mom and Dad Are Off Fighting a War

'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' Repeal Training in Full Swing

Female GIs Struggle With Higher Rate of Divorce

Navy: 2 Sailors Die in Camp Pendleton Training Accident

Russia and Her Neighbors

Russians Protest by Emigrating, Not Demonstrating

Two More Azerbaijani Activists Detained

Lukashenko: The Dictator in the Dock

In Other News

Kosovo Keeps EU Waiting as Start of Talks With Serbia Is Delayed

Young Mexican Police Chief Seeking Asylum in US

South Korea to Get More Weapons Amid North Korean Threat

Gadhafi Endgame

Remorse Brings Libyan, Too Late, to the Rebellion

Libyan Rebels Appeal to UN for Protection, Formal Recognition

Libya Opposition to Meet EU's Catherine Ashton, French FM

US, Europe Considering Naval Operations to Deliver Humanitarian Aid to Libya

US Plans to Freeze Assets of Libyans Involved in Attacks on Civilians

Rebels Bombarded by Planes and Tanks in Vicious Fight for Zawiya

EU Expands Sanctions Against Libya

UN Says Over a Million Libyans Will Need Humanitarian Aid

Eastern Libya to Run Out of Fuel in a Week


Attacks on Media, Activists Spur Fears in Iraq

Iraq's Sadr Meets Supporters in Baghdad

Tuesday: 8 Iraqis Killed, 13 Wounded


Soldier's Afghan Murder Trial May Omit Whistle-Blower Claim

In Afghanistan, US 'Civilian Surge' Falls Short in Building Local Government

Gates Sees Progress in Hard-Hit Marine Unit

Taliban Fighters Moving Back Into Former Afghanistan Stronghold


US Missile Strike Kills Five in South Waziristan

All Eyes on Saudi Role in Resolving Davis Row


Key Iranian Body Replaces Critical Cleric; Women Demonstrate

US Warns Zimbabwe on Iran Nuclear Ties


Minister: Israel Mulls Temporary Palestinian State

Britain Upgrades Status of Palestinian Diplomats

'Downcast' Benjamin Netahyahu Under Increased Pressure Over Israel's Poor Image

Netanyahu Peace Move Dismissed


Somali Official: American Militant Reported Killed

Pirates Negotiate Better Deals to Free Up Space


Darfur to Be Cut Into Smaller States; Rebel Protest

Ivorian Women Protest Over Killings


Justin Raimondo
‘Paulites’ vs. ‘Palinites’

Ivan Eland
A Superpower Needs to Emulate an Economic Superhero

Kelley B. Vlahos
Iraqi Protests Make Washington Squirm

Nebojsa Malic
Riding the Sandstorm

Philip Giraldi
Uncle NED Comes Calling

Ran HaCohen
Barak Unmasked

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

Charles V. Peña
TSA: Theater Security Administration

Alan Bock
How Brainy Is Obama?

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