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Updated January 3, 2005 - 11:58 PM EST
Iraq's Shi'ites: US Troops Should Stay
Iraq Battling 200,000 Insurgents: Intel Chief
Rules Relaxed to Tempt Iraq Sunnis to Vote
Two Days of Attacks Leave 42 Iraqi Troops Dead
US Plans Detention for Life Without Charges
Sen. Lugar: Lifetime Detention Without Trial a 'Bad Idea'
Landmines Another Form of Danger in Tsunami Aftermath
Humvees Aren't the Problem
by Aaron Glantz
Dr. Strangefeld & the Long-Rod Penetrator  by Alexander Zaitchik
FOIA Eyes Only: Classifying and Redacting the Truth  by Eric Umansky
Overblown Threats  by Gordon Prather
What's at Stake in Saudi Arabia
by Charles H. Featherstone
Abu Ghraib's Collateral Damage
by Andrew Rosenthal

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Global Iraq Fallout
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Sudan Military to Withdraw From South Within 30 Months
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Palestinian Politics
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Debate Over Israeli Army's Role in School
GIs Coping With Iraq
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Needing Cash, Veterans Sign Over Pensions
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Missile Defense Agency Continues Space-Based Lasers Research
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Interrogation by Enema
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War on Terror
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Yanukovich Resigns, but Vows to Fight On
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