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Generals Trying to Stop New Fiasco: Andrew Greeley
Off With His Head!: William S. Lind
Mad Cow: Gordon Prather
Ignoring the Constitution: Brecher/Smith
Terrorism Still Thriving, State Dept Says: Jim Lobe

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Updated April 29, 2006 - 9:51 PM EDT
US Admits Iraq War Sparking Terrorism
Iran Offers Nuclear Compromise if UN Backs Off
300,000 March Against War in New York
GIs' Deadliest Month This Year in Iraq
US Says Iran Top Terror Sponsor
Iraqi Civilian Killings by Insurgents Soar, US Says
Sources: Fitzgerald to Seek Indictment of Rove
US Pursues Injured Soldiers for Medical Debt
FBI Sought Data on 3,500 Americans Without Court Approval
New Dubai Brouhaha?
US Prepares to Face UN on Torture as Amnesty Report Blasts 'War Crimes'
Generals Trying to Stop New Fiasco  by Andrew Greeley
Bring the Troops Home Amendment  by John Nichols
War in Iraq: $360K Per Soldier, Per Year  by Winslow T. Wheeler
A Democratic Dictatorship
by Jacob G. Hornberger
Off With His Head!  by William S. Lind
Mad Cow  by Gordon Prather

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Danish Reporters Charged for Iraq Reports
US Cargo Ship Stops in Poland to Make Delivery of Supplies for Iraq
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Spain to Approve 150 More Troops to Afghanistan
Canadians Insist They Acted Properly in Kandahar Gun Battle
Senior Afghan Police Official Attacked
Indian Worker Kidnapped in Afghanistan
Hurt by Axe, Soldier Wants to Return to Afghanistan
Global Iraq Fallout
Suspected US Spies in Pakistan Targeted
Pakistan Scales Back F-16 Purchases From US
Pakistan Arrests Four Islamic Group Members for 'Spreading Hate'
US, Pakistan Launch Dialogue, Differ on Iran
Indian Police Kill Nine Maoist Rebels
India, Uzbekistan Vow to Intensify Anti-Terror Fight
Nepal Parliament Convenes: First Time in Four Years
Nepalese Lawmakers Propose Cease-Fire
New Nepal Parliament Vows to Trim King's Power
11 Nepalese Soldiers Kidnapped
Nepal Strife Has Little Impact on Villages
Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka: Military Air Strikes Fuel Fear and Hate
Sri Lankan Bomber Was Pregnant After All
Cycle of Violence Brings Sri Lanka to Edge of War
Sri Lanka Returning to Normality
Four US Soldiers Plead Not Guilty in Philippines Rape Charges
Philippines Confident of Peace Deal
Azerbaijani President Visits Bush
Thai Court Cancels Weekend Elections
Two East Timor Civilians Killed as Former Soldiers Riot
Japanese Lawmakers Visit War Shrine
US Veterans Chief in Vietnam Questioned on Agent Orange
NATO: No Plans to Reduce Troops in Kosovo
EU Warns Serbia on Mladic Arrest
Croatian War Veteran Kills Himself
Soviet-Era Dissident Praises Putin, Denounces NATO
NATO Splits on Global Partnership Plan
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War on Terror
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State Dept: Al-Qaeda 'Losing Control but Still a Threat'
Macedonia Denies 'CIA Abduction'
Juror Tells of Pressure to Convict Terrorism Suspect
Federal Victory in Terror Case May Prove Brief, Experts Say
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Moussaoui Juror Reprimanded
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Australian Sues British Army for Torturing Him
Excessive Secrecy Hurting CIA Studies
US Report on Terrorism
The War at Home
US Court Clears Antiwar Grannies
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Judge Defends Decision to Jail Miller
Students Suspended Over Military Protest
Washington Senator's Prowar Stance Hurting Chances for Reelection
Report: FBI Interviews of Potential Protesters 'Legitimate'
Cold Rain Doesn't Stop Hundreds From Protesting Iraq War
Islam-West Relations Focus of Prayer for Peace Session
US Military
Army Colonel Charged in Abu Ghraib Scandal
FBI Probing Ties Between Cunningham, Defense Contractor
Dead Soldier Posts Farewell Note on Myspace
Iraq VP Warns Americans Against Striking Iran
IAEA Confirms Iran’s Uranium Claim
Bush: Iran Nuclear Program Worries World
Next Steps in Attempts to Pressure Iran
Chinese Envoy Opposes Resorting to Chapter 7 Resolution on Iran
US Official: Relations With Syria Going From Bad to Worse
US Heaps More Pressure on Syria
Israeli Intel Chief: Syria Going to Buy Weapons With Oil Money
Lebanon Leaders Again Put Off Talks on Embattled President
Beirut March Marks Qana Bombing
New Israel Government to 'Reduce' Settlements
Israeli Military 'Prepared to Re-Enter Gaza' Over Rockets
Chirac Calls for Creation of World Bank Fund to Pay Palestinian Salaries
Egypt Blames Same Bedouin Group for All Sinai Attacks
On the Trail of the Dahab Bombers
Mubarak Pledges to End Evil of Terrorism
Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia to Form Court to Try Terrorists
US Lawmakers Arrested in Darfur Protest
Darfur Food Rations Cut in Half
NATO to Intensify Darfur Role
Mystery Armed Men Arrive in Central African Republic
Chad Rebels' Arms Made in China
Ugandan Army Attacks Rebel Camp
DR Congo Anger at Uganda 'Raid'
At Least 2 Killed in Fighting in Somalia
South Africa Agrees to Facilitate Peace Talks Between Burundi, Rebels
Women Preachers: Morocco's New Weapon Against Islamic Extremism
Malawi Vice-President Arrested
Eritrea Wants Border Fixed; Ethiopia Wants Talks
Cuban-American Says US Backed His Plan to Raid Cuba
Cuban Arrested for Weapons Cache Claims US Supplied Them
Senator Wants to Stop Cuba From Drilling Near Fla. Coast
Cuba Sacks Top Official
More Than 1,400 People Forced to Flee Fighting in Southwestern Colombia
Uribe Falls, but Holds Big Lead in Colombia
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a Blown Opportunity

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