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UK: 'Infiltrators' Grip Basra in Terror
US: Insurgents Seize 5 Towns Near Syria
Army Ends Probe of Corpse Photos on Web
Expanded Military Role a Touchy Issue
Blair Rules Out British Pullout From Iraq
Female Suicide Bomber Kills 6 Iraqi Recruits
Afghan Suicide Bomber Kills 12 at Military Center
Iran Threatens to Cut Trade With Nuclear Critics
Israel Unleashes Barrage in Gaza City
When We Were Psychos
by Michael Atkinson
An Act of Censorship Worthy of Joseph Goebbels  by Simon Jenkins
Radiation Limits, Dirty Bombs, and Chaos  by Jon Basil Utley
It's Happening Now by Karen Kwiatkowski
Sinister Events in a Cynical War
by John Pilger
Lessons From a Fallen Empire
by James Carroll

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2 US Soldiers Killed, One Wounded in Afghanistan
US General: Foreign Fighters Now Seen as Main Threat
The Coup That Wasn't
Lynndie England Sentenced to 3 Years for Prison Abuse
Iraqi TV: Sistani Will Not Tell People How to Vote on Constitution
Ex-Security Chief Blows Whistle on UN's Kosovo Mission
US Confirms Uzbek Base Closure
CIA Getting Intel Tips From Congress
Stakes in Iraq Rival Those in WWII, Gen. Myers Says
Today in Iraq
Bomber Is Caught Inside Baghdad's Fortified Green Zone
22 Bodies Discovered in Iraq
Families Flee Samarra Ahead of Planned Offensive
US Claims Gains Against al-Qaeda in Iraq
US Says al-Qaeda's No. 2 in Iraq Is Shot Dead After Betrayal
Iraq Insurgent's Fate Unclear
NATO Opens Iraq Training Center
Attacks Continue
Undeclared Civil War in Iraq
Insurgency Growing Again in Iraq
Bomb Kills Seven Police Recruits in Hub of Iraq's Insurgency
Security Incidents in Iraq, Sept. 28
Security Incidents in Iraq, Sept. 27
The New Iraq
Iraqi Ambulances: No First Aid, Just a Ride to the Hospital
Charity: Food Operation in Iraq Under Threat
Battle of Britain
Britons Say Iraq War Made World More Dangerous
Blair Lambasts 'Fringe Fanatics' in Iraq
Tories Are Left Leaderless as Party Votes to Reject Reform
Karzai Rivals May Win Parliamentary Seats
Afghan Minister Resigns Over Appointment of Factional Leaders
Candidate Killed in Afghanistan
Canadian Soldiers Train at Alta Base for 'High-Risk' Afghanistan Deployment
Suspect Held Over Kabul Abduction
3 Iranians Kidnapped in Afghanistan Released
Families Mourn Nevada Soldiers Killed in Afghanistan
US Backs 'Bold' Musharraf Agenda
Pakistan's Toy 'Spy Plane'
Exposé of KGB Infiltration Rattles India
India Ends Assam Rebel Attacks
Indian Troops Kill Seven Rebels in Fresh Kashmir Violence
Anti-King Protests Spread in Nepal
Nepal's Army Says Rebels Abduct Hundreds
China's Military Buildup Shakes Up East Asia
China Launches Major War Games
China Turns to Russia for Big-Ticket Military Items
Study: China's Weapons-Related Export Controls Weak
China Woos Hong Kong Lawmakers
Ex-US Official Sees Long Road for North Korea Talks
EU Bans Tamil Tigers Over Murder
In Aceh Highlands, a Crucial Test of Peace
Japan Court Says A-Bomb Survivors Can Apply for Benefits From Abroad
Torture Claims Threaten Turkey's Bid to Join EU
Britain Faces Showdown Over Turkey in EU
Turkey: Officials Try to Shut Down Rights Group
Putin Says He Won't Seek 3rd Term   or...
Putin Won't Rule Out Third Term in 2008
Putin: Russia's Never Had It So Good
Russia Ready to Join US-Led Uranium Fuel Bank
Northern Ireland
Unionists Accuse IRA of Cover-Up
Protestant Leader Dashes Hopes of Breaking Northern Ireland Deadlock
Belfast Catholics Ask: Who Will Fill the Void?
Schroeder Renews Pledge to Form Coalition
French Tighten Security After Alert Over Paris Terror Attack
Iron Curtain Turns Into Tourist Trap
US Military in Paraguay Unsettles South America
FBI Probes Puerto Rico Shootout
Rice Tells Haiti to Speed Up Election Plans
Peru Seeks Damages From Guerrilla Group
Colombia Wonders What to Do With Its Uninvited Guest
War on Terror
Outgoing US Military Chief Warns Defeat in Iraq Would Invite Another 9/11
Al-Qaeda Launches Voice of the Caliphate Internet News Bulletins
Goss: CIA Going More High Risk
Pharmaceutical Company Criticizes HHS BioShield Effort
Judge: Cuban Exile Cannot Be Sent to Venezuela, Cuba
London Police Arrest Man Over Failed Bomb
UK Official: We Will Use Every Weapon to Beat Extremism
London Police Knew of Shooting Mistake 'Within Hours'
US Military
Depleted Uranium Tests for US Troops Returning From Iraq
Pentagon Probing US Soldiers Posting Gruesome Photos From Iraq at Web Site
Lynndie England Apologizes for Abuse Photos
After Katrina
Bush Seeks to Federalize Emergencies
Brown Still on FEMA Payroll
Disgraced FEMA Boss Hits Back at Criticism
New Orleans Police Chief Quits
The War at Home
More Americans Disagree With Bush on Iraq
US Tells Nations Hands Off Internet
Iran Threatens to Resume Uranium Enrichment
Russia Urges Iran Not to Enrich Uranium
Iran President Charges 'Nuclear Discrimination'
Israel Conducts 4th Day of Airstrikes in Gaza
Israel to Continue Targeted Killings in Gaza
Israel Warns of Attacks on Hamas Leaders
Israel Vows to Maintain Attacks
Israel and Arabs Exchange Fire in Gaza
Hamas Claims Kidnap, Killing of Israeli
Middle East Peace Process Should Not Stop at Gaza: Peres
Israeli Politics
More Trouble Looms for Sharon Despite Party Win
Sharon's Likud Opponents Vow to Oust Him
Israel PM Urges Likud Party Unity
Israel Applies to UN Security Council
Why US Isn't Prodding Mideast Peace Process
Five Years On, Hope Starts to Grow
Groups Promote Mideast Peace Via Youth
Mubarak Sworn in for Fifth Term, Vows Reform
Egypt Protest Follows Swearing-In
Egypt Sinai Town Resents State, Fears Radicalism
Saudi Arabia
Bush Says Saudi Arabia Strong Against Terrorism
Saudis to Get US Aid for 'War on Terror'
Saudi Arabia, Britain in Talks on Arms Deal
Saudi Women Have Message for US Envoy
Hughes Raises Driving Ban With Saudis
Lebanese Official: Syria Threatened Me
Lebanon to Seek International Help on Security
Middle East
US Military to Downsize Kuwait Presence, Training
Mubarak, Gadhafi Discuss Iraq, Darfur
Somali Enclave Pushes for Nationhood With Polls
Key Facts About African Territory Somaliland
UN: Togo Government Violated Human Rights

Togo Vows to Prevent Political Violence

50 Killed in Chad Village Attack, Spillover From Darfur
Whites in South Africa Tremble at Mugabe-Like Decision
Annan Urges UN Peacekeeping in DR Congo
Belgium Asks Rwanda for Priest
Ivorian Leader Snubs Summit
US Bribed Hicks Captors, Says Father
Australian Leaders Meet for Anti-Terror Laws

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