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Updated August 2, 2011 - 11:22 PM EDT
Mullen Twists Iraq Stats to Implicate Iran

23 Hurt as Car Bomb Explodes Near Iraqi Church

NATO to Send More Troops to Kosovo
British FM: No Timeline on War in Libya
  Libya Rebels Briefly Capture Eastern Border Village
Local Media: US Killed Afghan BBC Reporter
  Afghan Governor: NATO Airstrike Kills Police
Mullen Demands Pakistan Attack North Waziristan
Yemen Airstrikes Hit Abyan Province, Killing 15
Turkey's PM Muscles Out Military
Syria Continues Attack on Hama, More Killed
Israeli, Lebanese Troops Trade Fire at Border
Egyptian Army Clears Tahrir With Force
Target Everything in the Budget, Including Military Expenditures  by Doug Bandow
Is Libya's Opposition Committing Suicide?  by Robert Dreyfuss
Blame the Quartet if the Middle East Peace Process Dies  by Akiva Eldar
Military Spending and the Budget Deal  by Christopher A. Preble
Korea's Dangerous DMZ  by Eric Margolis
Understanding Obama's War on Drugs  by Neill Franklin

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Who Gains From Debt Deal? The Pentagon, for One

US to Ease Anti-Terrorism Rules to Help Somali Famine Victims

Vietnam War-Era Artillery Shell Explodes in Central Vietnam, Killing 3 Farmers

Robert Fisk: Egypt's Revolutionary Youth Are Being Sidelined


Iraq's Government Shuts Down Amid 120-Degree Temps - and No A/C

US Contractor in Iraq Charges Pentagon $900 for $7 Control Switch, Report Finds

In Iraqi Village, a Raid Sows Distrust of Americans

Iran's Demand for War Compensation From Iraq Could Escalate Tensions

Monday: 1 Iraqi Killed, 3 Wounded


Pakistan Seeks 'Clear Terms of Engagement' With US

10 NATO Oil Tankers Torched in S. Pakistan, 4 Injured

China Blames Unrest on Pakistan-Trained 'Terrorists'


UN: Up to Six More Somalia Regions May Face Famine

Somalia: Security Risks Overshadow Aid Delivery

AU Troops, Would-Be Bombers Killed in Mogadishu

War on Drugs

Mexico Drug Cartel Suspect Acosta 'Admits Killings'


Russia Accuses US of Fueling Georgian 'Revanchism'

British Police Face Criticism After Asking Public to Report Anarchist Activity to Officers

In War-Torn Libya, No Pause for Ramadan

Italy Finds 25 Dead Bodies on Libya Refugee Boat

France Hands Libya Rebels $259M in Unfrozen Funds

Libya's Gadhafi Thanks Chávez for Support; Venezuelan Leader Says 'We're With You'

Five Syrians Hit With EU Sanctions After Crackdown

Analysis: Syria's Assad Embarks on Path of No Return

Middle East

Woman Lightly Wounded by Gaza Rocket in Southern Israel

Israeli Soldiers Kill Two in West Bank: Palestinians

Why Did Jordanian Police Attack Journalists?

Hezbollah Offered Billions to Disarm

Unrest in Middle East, Africa Casts Pall Over Ramadan for Muslims

Japan Says North Korea Working on a New Missile, Sees Chinese Navy as More Active
The War at Home

Soldiers and Suicide: Widow Says Despite Pleas, Help Never Came

Army Cancels MULE Unmanned Ground Vehicle


Justin Raimondo
The Assassination of Abdel Fatah Younes

Kelley B. Vlahos
Truth Emerges About IED Carnage

Nebojsa Malic
Law and Disorder

Charles V. Peņa
Gates' NATO Gripes Ignore Biggest Failing

Philip Giraldi
Terrorism Experts on Parade

Ivan Eland
The West Has a Double Standard in Terrorism Cases

David R. Henderson
The Left's Antiwar Movement in Monterey: Down but Not Out

Ran HaCohen
Things You Can Say, Things You Cannot

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