Highlights
Who 'Outed' Mohammad Naeem Noor Khan?: Justin Raimondo
Bush's Faustian Bargain: Juan Cole
Nodong No Joke?: Gordon Prather
The Lies That Led to War: Eric Margolis
And So It Goes: Charley Reese
 
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News
Updated August 9, 2004 – 11:00 pm EDT
Kerry Stands by 'Yes' Vote for Iraq War
Senator Asks Bush to Explain Khan Leak
Sadr Vows Fight to Death, US Takes Over Forces
Judge Holds Reporter in Contempt in Leak Case
Chalabi Claims Conspiracy by Saddam Loyalists
Najaf Governor OKs Operations Near Holy Shrine
Feds: We Disrupted al-Qaeda Plans
Pakistan: Tourist Copters in New York City a Terror Target
US Targets Iran's Alleged Nukes
Feds: 11 Years, $1 Billion Later, 'Virtually No Defense' Against Truck Bombs
Viewpoints
Bush Outing of Khan and the Faustian Bargain  by Juan Cole
Don't Whitewash Abu Ghraib
Seattle Times
Bush Trusts, But Doesn't Want to Verify  by Helen Thomas
And So It Goes  by Charley Reese
Nodong No Joke?  by Gordon Prather
'Extraordinary Rendition' Now Ordinary  by Isabel Hilton

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Frontline
Safety Second
Time: Target, America
Newsweek: Al-Qaeda's Pre-Election Plot
Officials Hindered Terror Prosecutors
Intn'l Team to Monitor US Presidential Election
Report: Egypt Makes Hamas Deal on Israeli Withdrawal
Iran-Iraq Ties Further Strained
Iraq Invasion a 'Tremendous Gift' to bin Laden: CIA Analyst
12,000 Casualties in Iraq?
Abu Ghraib Victims Speak
Key Terror Suspect Nabbed in UAE, Sent to Pakistan
Arrests Improve US-Pakistani Relations
 
Chalabi to Return to Iraq from Iran to Fight Fraud Charges
Sadr's Uprising
Sadr's Army Threatens Civil War
Iraqi Forces Raid Sadr's Home, Come Up Empty
Sadr Aide: Allawi Acting Like Saddam
'I Will Fight Them, Even With My Bare Hands'
Violence Escalating
Clashes Continue in Najaf, Baghdad
First Hand Account: The Battle for Najaf
Danish Troops Clash With Iraqi Militants
11 Wounded in 6 Explosions in Baghdad
1 Iraqi Killed, 16 Wounded In Baghdad Mortar Bomb
Iraqi Govt Reacts
Iraq Brings Back Death Penalty as Allawi Calls on Militants to Disarm
Iraqi PM Allawi Visits Najaf Unannounced
Iraq Officials Flex 'Independence' Muscles
Saddam Judge Has Reason to Fear
Hostage Crises
Hostage-Takers in Iraq Make Another Demand
Kuwaiti Company Ends Hostage Negotiations
Iranian Diplomat Kidnapped in Iraq
Mystery Surrounds 'Kidnap' of Iranian Envoy in Karbala
Sistani Goes to Britain
What's Behind Sistani's Trip the the UK?
Iranian Press Questions Sistani Departure
Iraq Occupation
Casualty Ward Sees Thousands from Iraq War
Korean Soldiers in Iraq Hiring Kurd Militia Mercenaries
Command Center Juggles a Dual Mission
US Soldier Dies in Non-combat Incident in Iraq
The Coolest Posting In a Hot War Zone
Kurdistan
Who Would be a Kurd?
Tourism Thrives in Iraqi Kurdistan
The New Iraq
Fledgling Baghdad Talk Show Electrifies Listeners
Tourism is a Hard Sell in Lawless Iraq
Global Iraq Fallout
Media Watchdog Criticises Iraq's Al Jazeera Ban
Australian PM Stung by Top Brass and Diplomats
Aussie PM Howard Rejects Attack by Military and Diplomatic Leaders Over War
Afghanistan
Taliban Maintains Grip Rooted in Fear
Merc in Afghanistan Confronts a World of Trouble
Pakistan
South Waziristan Tribe Promises: No Unwanted Elements Allowed Here
Pakistan PM to Hold Talks With Nationalists
Eight Killed, Dozens Injured in Pakistan Bombing
India, Pakistan Set to Begin Talks on Terrorism
Asia
US: Mainland States Beyond N. Korea's Reach
Black Sea Calm Belies Risk of War
Uzbekistan and the Evolving I.M.U.
Extremist Cleric Applauds Indonesian Court's 'Bravery'
30 Years Later: Hmong Refugees Finally Coming to America
Difficult Homecoming for Indian Prisoners Cleared of Desertion Charges
In Other News
Strictly Sharia-Compliant Bank to Open in UK
Bombs Explode in Northern Spain: Basque Separatists Claim Responsibility
Huge Caracas Rally Boosts Chavez Hopes Against Recall
Agent Orange, the Next Generation
Apartheid Party to Merge With African National Congress
 
Tales of Torture
Testimony Fails to Back GIs' Defense on Abuses
Abuse Claims Rock Iraqi Regime
Senator Asks For Probe Over Soldiers Abandoning Abused Iraqi Prisoners
Tunisian Held at Gitmo 'Deprived of Light and Water for Two Months'
Rights Group: Bahrain Royal Tortured at Guantanamo
US Terror Alert
Terrorist Surveillance Efforts May Be Broader Than Previously Indicated
US Defends Terror Leaks
On Talk Shows, US Officials Cite Progress Against Terror
UK Terror Connection
UK Home Secretary Defends Lack of Specifics in Terror Alerts
Photo of Top UK Official 'on al-Qaida Computers'
UK Terror Suspects Released, Promptly Re-arrested
UK Police Get More Time to Interrogate Terror Suspects
'War on Terror'
Once Indifferent, Saudis Allied With US in Fighting al-Qaeda
Israelis Arrested in Canadian Art Scam Linked to Islamic Fundamentalists
As Terror Fears Subside, American Tourists Return to Paris
US Faces Battle Over Guantanamo Detainees
'Homeland Security'
More Americans Turning Against PATRIOT Act
Anthrax Expert Charged With Assault on His Family
9/11 Commission
9/11 Panel Roiling Campaign Platforms
Parties Jockey Over 9/11 Report
White House: 'Effective' Power Sought for Intel Chief
The War at Home
Back Home, Disabled Vets Fight Injuries, Red Tape
Recordings Show Nixon Prolonged War to Help Election
Windfalls of War
Fury Over Fake Beheading
Police in Small Michigan City Deny Spying on Antiwar Protestors
Permit Denial for Big Park Rally Adds to Push for Protests There
Lives Altered by Photo of Coffins
Palestine/Israel
Sharon, Peres Fail to End 'Crisis' of Coalition Talks
Settlement Expansion May Tear up Israel's Road Map
Israel Risks US Ire by Approving Hundreds of New Homes in West Bank
More Israelis Killed or Injured in Last 4 Years of Attacks Than Previous 53
Israel Missile Strike Knocks Out Rafah Refugee Camp's Power
Qureia Seeks to Finalize Police Arming Agreement With Israel
Israeli Military Operations: A Unilateral Danger
Roadside Bomb Kills Child
Israel Demolishes Palestinian Suspect's House
Israeli Military 'Loses Its Morality'
Middle East
Lebanon: Israeli Spyplane Violated Our Airspace
Rice Says World Is Determined to Prevent a Nuclear-Armed Iran
US Prods Japan To Quit Iran Oil For Libya
Sudan
Sudan: Darfur Rebels Have Ties to Israel
Nigeria to Host Darfur Peace Talks
Arab League Says Sanctions Would Worsen Sudan Crisis
Sudan Seeks Arab League Help in Avoiding Sanctions
UN Report Urges Sudan to Protect People in Darfur
Darfur Refugees Find No Place to Hide
Darfur Refugees Begin to Give Up Hope
Arab Press Split on Darfur
 
Contributors


8/09/2004
Who 'Outed' Mohammad Naeem Noor Khan?


8/07/2004
Sino-Japanese Grudge Match


8/06/2004
Alert to Implications


8/05/2004
Summer of Discontent

Ivan Eland
8/03/2004
What Color Is the Wolf Today?

Praful Bidwai
7/28/2004
India-Pakistan Hope Gives Way to Uncertainty

Ran HaCohen
6/30/2004
Don't Call it a Wall

Matthew Barganier
6/23/2004
The Honest Case for War

Joseph Stromberg
5/12/2004
Inventing Iraq Yet Again?

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