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Updated August 30, 2011 - 11:29 PM EDT
Leaked: UN Plan for Post-Gadhafi Libya
  Libya Rebels: 50,000 Killed Since Uprising Began
  Misrata Rebels Protest Against New Regime
  AU Refuses to Recognize TNC, Citing Human Rights Abuses

August: Deadliest Month for US in Afghanistan

  US Admits Afghan Govt Sabotaged Taliban Talks
  Report: US Forces May Have Killed Afghan Journalist
Libyan Rebels' Arms Trade May Have Reached Gaza

Cables Reveal 2006 Execution of Iraqi Civilian Family

  MI5 Told Tony Blair Iraq Was No Threat
  Turkish Military: 160 Killed in Strikes on Iraq Kurds
  10 Iraqis Killed, 33 Wounded as PKK Plans Eid Al-Fitr Truce
Syrian Army Defections on the Rise
  Syrian Opposition Groups Announce 'Transitional Council'
Pentagon No-Bid Contracts Have Tripled Since 9/11

10 Yemeni Soldiers, 26 Militants Killed in Clashes

Mexico Investigates Casinos, as Gang Members Confess
Hariri Indictment Based on Flawed Premise
New War Rationale: 'Protect Civilians'  by Robert Parry
10 Reasons to Move Cheney's Book to the Crime Section  by Medea Benjamin
The Lobbying That Shouldn't Be Happening  by Paul R. Pillar
The Rise of Another CIA Yes Man  by Ray McGovern
Saudi Arabia's Regional Reaction  by Toby C. Jones
Was Bill Buckley a Foreign Policy Leftist?  by Jack Hunter

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'Libyans Don't Like People With Dark Skin, but Some Are Innocent'

McCain: I Didn't Want Arms for Gadhafi

Historic Church of St. George in Tripoli Ransacked

WikiLeaks Leaves Names of Diplomatic Sources in Cables

University Staff Asked to Inform on 'Vulnerable' UK Muslim Students

Middle East

Syrian Town of Rastan 'Surrounded by Tanks'

EU Weighs Ban on Syria Firms Alongside Oil Embargo

Agency: Yemen's Saleh Commits to Presidential Elections

In Egypt, Short Tempers and Street Violence

Al-Qaeda Claims Responsibility for Algeria Attack

Austria to Send 160 Troops to UN's Lebanon Mission

Iran Won't Stop Uranium Enrichment Program


UN Official Denies Support for Iraq Deporting MeK

240 Florida Guards Prepare to Leave for Year's Deployment in Iraq

Nigeria Youths Kill Several Muslims During Prayers

Death Toll Rises to 23 in Blast at UN Building in Nigeria


Controversial Victims on Chile's Official List

140 Schools in Acapulco Close Over Teacher Fears of Cartel Threats

Venezuelan Court Lets Newspaper Resume Publishing

Human Rights Watch Calls on Venezuela to Protect Activist


NTC Chief: Gadhafi Still Threat for Libya and World

Libya Will Reassess Currency: Rebel Central Bank Governor

Egypt Seizes Arms on Libyan Border: Report

Dark Days as Tripoli Hit by Power Cuts

Nanny to Gadhafi's Son Recounts Abuse

Hunted by Regime, Tripoli Activist Kept Flame of Protest Burning

Benghazi Rebels on 'Hearts and Minds' Mission in Tripoli


Barak: Gaza Groups Planning New Major Terror Attack on Israel

The Loneliness of Gaza's Long-Distance Runner

Israeli Diplomats Train on 'Twitter PR'

PA Minister Claims Israel Harvests Palestinian Organs

Suspected N. Korean Cyber Attack on a Bank Raises Fears for S. Korea, Allies

Chinese General's Spy Talk on YouTube


US Prosecutor to Probe Kosovo Organ Trafficking

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The Return of the Smear Brigade

Kelley B. Vlahos
Who Says Obama's Bad for Business?

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Winter is Coming

Philip Giraldi
Whose Congress and State Department?

Ivan Eland
Triumph in Libya? Not So Fast, NATO

Charles V. Peña
Doomsday Defense Cuts?

Ran HaCohen
Israelis Sick and Tired – but of What?

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

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