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Updated December 10, 2012 - 11:24 PM EST
US Training Syria Rebels to Handle Chemical Arms
  US Designates Syrian Rebel Faction as Terrorist Group
  Assad's Damascus Fallback Leaves Capital Defended, But Sieged
  Israel 'Not Concerned' by Assad's Chemical Weapons
  Russia Downplays Talks, Insists Assad's Future Not Up for Discussion
  Northern Lebanon Fighting Continues: 17 Killed in a Week
Egypt Opposition Blasts Morsi for Canceling Edict
  Egypt's Army Assumes Broader Powers Ahead of Referendum
  Division Within Egypt's Opposition Could Hand Morsi a Win
Israel Readies Ban on Arab Candidates, Parties
  Netanyahu: No Compromise Possible With Palestinians
Karzai's Pakistan Allegations May Foil Summit
Special Ops to Fuel Pentagon's Future Growth
South Sudanese Army Shoots Dead 10 Protesters in Wau
A Permanent War on Terror  by Petra Bartosiewicz
Defending the World, Bankrupting Ourselves  by Steve Chapman
How US Economic Warfare Provoked Japan's Attack on Pearl Harbor  by Robert Higgs
Cold Revenge  by Uri Avnery
Hitham's Tale  by Adil E. Shamoo
This Time, Trust Anonymous WMD Claims – They've Got 'Specific Intelligence'  by Peter Hart

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Debate Looms on US Electronic Surveillance Law
Many Old-Time Defense Hawks Take Flight
Former President Carter Slams Drone Attacks
Six Decades Later, Sons Seek Answers in Death of Army Scientist
Georgia Details Nuke Black Market Investigations
US Drone Strike Kills Another Qaeda Commander in North Waziristan, Officials Claim
Navy SEAL Killed in Rescue of American Doctor in Afghanistan
Afghans Attack Iran Consulate Over Alleged Killings
The Price of Dying for Afghanistan
For Afghan Forces, Retaking 'Road of Martyrs' From Taliban Was Priority
Pakistan's Largest City Rocked by Wave of Violence
Report: Police in China Detain Monk, Accuse Him of Inciting Self-Immolations Among Tibetans
Vietnam Breaks Up Anti-China Protests
Nigerian Finance Minister's Mother Kidnapped
Nigerian Forces Arrest 28 Suspected Islamists in Kano
Ghana Election: President John Mahama Declared Winner
Opposition NPP Alleges Vote Fraud
DR Congo
UN Envoy Rice Faulted for Rwanda Tie in Congo Conflict
Talks Between Congo Government and Rebels Open
Shabab Fighters Routed From Key Somali Town
Senegal's Casamance Rebels Free 8 Army Prisoners
The War at Home
Air Force's X-37b Mini-Shuttle Shrouded in Secrecy
Navy Sub With New Design Nears Completion at Conn. Base
Syria Rebels Seize Chunk of Aleppo Base
In Turkish Border Town, Syrian Doctors and Other Refugees Plan for New Future
Abbas Warns Israel to Stop Seizing Taxes
Arabs Offer Palestinians $100 Million a Month 'Financial Safety Net'
Without Stevie Wonder, Israeli Military Fundraiser Turns to Chaka Khan
Gaza Perfume Named After M-75 Missile
UK Hopes Yemen Will Extend Transition Period, Delay Elections
Yemen Tribal Officials Say Airstrikes, Artillery Shelling Kill 4 al-Qaeda Militants in Marib
Deadly Attack at Family Home Near Baghdad
Maliki: Iraq's Decision on Expulsion of MEK 'Irrevocable'
HRW Calls on Iraq to Halt Execution of Libyan National
Sen. McCain: US Committed to Naval Hub in Bahrain
Bahrain Opposition Hails Crown Prince's Call for Talks
Middle East
Egypt Military to Maintain Security Until Vote
Saudi Aramco Says Hackers Took Aim at Its Production
Libya's Interim Government May Seek New Oil Bids
Chavez Suffers Cancer Again, Names Potential Heir
Snapshot: Chavez's Designated Successor Nicolas Maduro
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