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Updated September 24, 2005 - 11:29 PM EDT
Huge DC Antiwar Rally Draws 100,000+
Antiwar Activists Split on Withdrawal
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The Myth of Iraq's Foreign Fighters
Iraqi Judge Renews Arrest Warrants for Britons
IAEA Votes to Refer Iran to Security Council
Basra Ayatollah Urges Rejection of Constitution
3 US Soldiers Killed in Iraq as Fighting Surges
Decorated Officer's Allegations of Abuse in Iraq, Afghanistan
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America's Inheritance in the Caucasus  by Christopher Deliso
North Korea Calls for Engagement, Not Isolation  by Ted Galen Carpenter
Iraq Is Vietnam Without Honesty
by William Pfaff
Important Distinctions  by William S. Lind
Such a Blot  by Gordon Prather

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