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Updated August 22, 2011 - 11:18 PM EDT
Rebels in Tripoli: Regime Seen Near Collapse
  Mixed Signals on Possible Occupation of Libya
  Rebels, NATO Plot Post-Gadhafi Era
  NATO to Continue Bombing Gadhafi Soldiers
Barak: Enemies Will Be 'Decapitated'
  Hamas: Gaza Militants Agree to Cease-Fire
  Egypt Says Israeli Response to Deaths Insufficient
Assad Warns Against Attack on Syria
  Assad Says Syria to Hold Parliamentary Elections in February

US Drone Strikes in North Waziristan Kill 4

Wiki War: 3,500 Unpublished Leaks Destroyed
Afghan Election Commission Expels Nine MPs
Iraq Mayor: Seven Civilians Killed in Turkish Airstrike
13 Pro-Govt Tribesmen Killed in S. Yemen Suicide Attacks
Taking the Justice Out of the Justice System  by Karen J. Greenberg & Tom Engelhardt
Shadow Warriors: Movin' On Up  by Conn Hallinan
The Last Great Untold Story of World War II – and the Lingering Effects Today  by Greg Mitchell
Lemmingly, We Roll Along  by Ray McGovern
The Return of the Generals  by Uri Avnery
Naval Base Tears Apart Korean Village  by Christine Ahn

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Chinook Crash Highlights Rise in Spec Ops Raids
On Home Front, Reminders of Wars Come in Small Doses
Laser Advances in Nuclear Fuel Stir Terror Fear
Russia Trip Hints N. Korea Is Ready to Do Business
US Army Base Readies for New Policy on Gays
Attorney Speaks About Life on Terror Watch List
Libyan Rebels Claim Progress in Tripoli; Government Calls It a Lie
Libyan Rebels Say They've Entered Tripoli by Sea
Gunfire Near Foreign Media Hotel in Tripoli
Lawyers Armed With Tape Measures Seek Libya War-Crimes Evidence
Surveillance and Coordination With NATO Aided Rebels
Libyan Rebels Release Fuel After Refinery Capture
Tripoli: Internet Restored Briefly After Months-Long Outage
Libya and the World
Clegg Vows to Avoid Iraq Errors When Gadhafi Falls
Germany, France Urge Libya's Gadhafi to Step Down
Libyan Consulate Reopens in UAE With New Rebel Envoy
Maltese Ship Heading for Tripoli Comes Under Fire
Obama Briefed on Libya, Continues Vacation
Statement by President Obama on Libya
UK Citizens Leaving Libya on Ship
Cattle Raid on South Sudanese Village of the Lou-Nuer Tribe Leaves 125 Dead
Tribal Clashes Raise Fears of Instability in South Sudan
Over 2,000 Found Buried in Kashmir's Unmarked Graves
Gunmen on Motorcycles Shoot and Kill Afghan Govt Prosecutor
Philippine Rebel Group Ousts Radical Commander
North Korea Orders South Koreans to Leave Troubled Joint Mountain Resort Within Days
Ready or Not, Okinawa Aims to Wean Itself Off of Military Dollars
Egypt and Israel Move to Halt Growth of Crisis
Palestinian Missiles, Israeli Raids Continue
Hamas Says Wants Israeli Reply to Offer to End Violence
Arab League Condemns Israel Airstrikes on Gaza
Young Americans Flock to Israel to Join Army
Turkey Wants to Delay Publication of UN Report on Gaza Flotilla
Foreign Funds for Hamas Hit by Syria Unrest: Diplomats
Pakistan to Send More Troops to Bahrain
Bahrain Nursing Official Freed From Custody
Assad: Syria Capable of Dealing With Protests, I Am Not Worried
President Assad Speaks on Syrian TV
Syria Protests: UN Mission to Assess Humanitarian Needs
Eight-Year Sentence of US Hikers Could Send US-Iran Relations to New Low
US Hikers' Lawyer, Families Still Hope Iran Will Show Leniency
Eight Iraqis Killed as Focus Remains on Turkish Airstrikes in Kurdistan
Joint Iraqi-US Force Detains Nineveh's Traffic Director
North America
Canadian Military Developing Stealth Snowmobile
Scared Mexicans Try Under-the-Skin Tracking Devices
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Ron Paul Deserves More Respect

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