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Honest Intelligence Needed: Ray McGovern
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Not Invented Here: Gordon Prather

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State Dept: Israel Must Give Up Nukes
Syria to Leave Lebanon by April 30
Pope's Final Plea for World Peace
Iraqis Elect Sunni as Parliament Speaker
Abu Ghraib Prison Attacked; 56 Wounded
Green Light for Prison Abuse Came From the Top
Sunni Clerics Deny Decree on Police, Army
Kyrgyzstan's Shining Hour Turns Out to Be a Plain, Old Coup
If You Build It, They Will Kill
by Nick Turse and Tom Engelhardt
WMD Commission Continues the Stonewall for Bush  by David Corn
Lebanon Baloney, Sliced Thin
by William S. Lind
Bush's Plan to Hit Iran
an interview with Scott Ritter
Honest Intelligence Needed
by Ray McGovern
Not Invented Here  by Gordon Prather

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Kyrgyzstan's Exiled Chief Agrees to Resign Without Conditions
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Nine Dead, Two Hurt in Aussie Navy Copter Crash in Indonesia
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Putin Tries to Harness Rock Against the Revolution
Europe’s Future in Doubt
Paris in Frantic Bid to Head Off EU No Vote
Notorious Murder Grips Ukraine
Macedonian Pleads Not Guilty
Report: Colombia Drug War Failing
Despite Poor Results, Colombia to Keep Fumigating Coca Crops
Brazil Leader Condemns Killings
At OAS, Venezuela's Draft of Rights Charter Irks US
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More Than Fit to Print
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Degrees of Not Knowing
Death of the Pope
Pope Helped Overthrow Communism in Europe
World Leaders Praise Pope as Force for Peace
War and the Pontiff: the Legacy of Pope John Paul II and Future Challenges
Pope Championed Mideast Peace
Pope Battled Radical Priests in Latin America
Muslims Hold Hopes for New Pope
Papal Candidate Gives Pro-Zionist Talk
Torture and Murder
Gen. Karpinski: Many Shared Blame in Abu Ghraib
US Forces May Have Beaten Iraqi General
US Soldier Convicted of Killing Iraqi Walks Free
Reactions in Military Community Mixed After Maynulet Is Found Guilty
US Military
Bush Appoints Commission on Base Closings
Army Ready to Call Some Missing Reservists 'No-Kidding AWOL'
US Soldiers Arrested for Colombian Cocaine Plot
Iraq War Vet Acquited of Seeking Psychiatric Help
War on Terror
US 'Vigilantes' in Border Patrol
Europe's Boys of Jihad
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Palestinian Politics
Abbas Forces Out West Bank Security Chief
Abbas Declares West Bank State of Alert Amid Palestinian Security Crisis
Abbas Orders More Security Reforms to Fight Chaos
Hamas Joins PLO as a Full Partner
Israeli Politics
Sharon, Netanyahu Meet to Ease Party Tensions
Sharon Cabinet Weighs Request for US Aid
Settlement Leader Ready to Serve in Evacuation of Settlers
Iran Rejects Asylum Seeker's Claim on Death of Journalist
Canada Willing to Help Iran, Despite Kazemi Row
Middle East
Jordan Says Israel to Release Prisoners This Week
Yemen Clashes Kill 36 Soldiers and Shi'ite Rebels
French FM Heads to US With Mideast Agenda
Cyprus Can Play Role in Mideast: FM
Three Killed in Kurdish Rebel Violence in Turkey
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Mugabe Vows to Eradicate Opposition After Observers Endorse Election Victory
Mugabe Threatens to Meet Street Protests of Election Count in Zimbabwe With Force
Zimbabwe Uprising in Face of 'Sham' Election Fails to Materialize
Mugabe Claims Poll Landslide Has Sent a Message to Blair
Wife of Imprisoned Zimbabwe MP Defeated by 'Rigged Vote'
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Sudan Rejects Handing Over Darfur Suspects
In Sudan's Eastern Desert, Rebels Prepare for War With Show of Force
Darfur Slaughter on the Increase
UN Troops Kill 38 Militiamen in Congo Raid
Somalia: Ministers Unable to Reach Baidoa Due to Fighting
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