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US Commander Warns of 'Desperate' Taliban
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An Unjust War  by Charley Reese
Gaza: The Line of Memory and Despair  by Ramzy Baroud
The Benevolent Empire at Work: the EU, Hubris and the Balkans
by Christopher Deliso
The Fall of Saigon 1975  by John Pilger
Anyone Know Where the Exit Is?
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