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Things Fall Apart: Nebojsa Malic
Israeli War Crimes Off the Record: Jonathan Cook
UN Seeks Western Troops for Lebanon: Thalif Deen
WTC and the Iraq War: Rosen/Engelhardt
Better Saddam Than Dead: David Corn

 
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News
Updated August 17, 2006 - 8:50 PM EDT
Lebanese Death Toll Hits 1,300
 
  France to Send Only 400 Troops to Lebanon
 

Lebanese Troops Begin Deploying South of Litani

 

First Commercial Flight Arrives at Beirut Airport

 

Lebanon Avoids Issue of Hezbollah's Arms

  Hezbollah Promises to Rebuild in Lebanon
 

UN: Four Hezbollah Fighters Killed in Cease-Fire Breaches

Judge Orders Halt to NSA Wiretap Program

US: N. Korea May Be Preparing for Nuclear Test

Insurgent Bombs Directed at GIs Increase in Iraq
 
 

Al-Qaeda Gains Strength in Sunni Heartland

 

25 Dead in Baghdad Blasts

 

Two More American Soldiers Killed in Iraq

  US Charges Marine Corps Officer in Iraq Assaults
Bush Hopes Terror War Trumps Iraq in '06
 
  Bomb Plot Timing Suddenly Makes Reid Contender to Succeed Blair
  Unsupported US Terror Charges Draw Criticism

US Bomb Kills 12 Afghan Cops; Karzai 'Shocked, Angry'

 
 

CIA Contractor Found Guilty of Abuse in Afghanistan

Viewpoints
Lebanese Deaths, and Israeli War Crimes, Kept Off the Balance Sheet  by Jonathan Cook
AIPAC Congratulates Itself on the Slaughter in Lebanon  by John Walsh
The Pitfalls of Machismo
by Dan Rabinowitz
Behind the UK Bomb Plot  by James K. Galbraith
Oliver Stone's WTC and the Iraq War  by Ruth Rosen and Tom Engelhardt
Nasrallah Didn't Mean To  by Amira Hass

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Frontline
UN Seeks Mostly Western Troops for Lebanon Force

Israel, Hezbollah Debate War's Success, Victor

Leaks Likely on Iraq National Intel Estimate

Pakistani Expats Wary of 'Charities' From Home

Plame Lawyer Plans to Force Cheney, Rove Testimony

Canada Rejects Israeli Refugees' Bid to Stay to Avoid Children's Conscription

 
White House Denies Bush Frustrated With Iraqis, Maliki
Attacks Continue

21 Killed in Series of Attacks in Baghdad

Bombers Demolish Statue to Iraqi Children Killed in Previous Bombing

Iraq: Lawyers Killed for Defending Cases 'Against Islam'

Iraq Aid Workers Threatened by Sectarian Violence

Suicide Bombings by Women in Iraq

Security Incidents in Iraq, Aug. 16

Occupying Iraq

US Is Losing Ground in Iraq, Say Americans

Throughout Iraq, Deadly Trouble Seethes Again

US Forces: Three-Day Security Sweep Secures Baghdad Neighborhood

US General to Rule on Iraq Rape Case in September

Iraq Today

Civil War or Not, Iraq Economy Faces Vast Challenge

Golden Arches With a Twist: Iraqi Burger Joint

Hostage Crises/Journalists

UN Slams Killing of Journalists in Iraq

Evidence Points to One Ring for Five Abductions in Iraq

The Jill Carroll Story - Part 4: A Mother as Suicide Bomber

UK 'War on Terror'

UK Home Secretary Calls for Profiling, Internet Censorship to Combat Terror

Plane-Plot Suspects to Be Kept in Jail

UK Police Seek Extra Time to Quiz Suspects

Airlines Set to Sue Over Losses From Added Security Measures

Ditch US in Terror War, Say 80 Percent of Britons

Pakistan Connection

Pakistan Asked to Hand Over 'Key Planner' to Britain

Man 'Apparently Related' to British Plot Suspect Held in Pakistan

Pakistan: Terror Suspects Lacked Experience to Carry Out Attack

US Terror Flops

Panicking Passenger Forces Emergency Landing in Boston; Terror Connection Later Denied

Seattle Port Terminal Evacuated Over Possible Bomb

Detroit Terror Case Has Ended, but Stigma Remains

Detroit Men Recount 'Nightmare' Arrests

Prosecutor Asks for Dismissal of Cell Phone Terror Charges

Northern Michigan Terrorism Case Turned Over to Feds

In Terror War, Phone Sales Raise Alarm

US 'War on Terror'

Gonzales: Terrorists Are in Our Neighborhoods

Republicans to Concentrate on Terror War in Midterm Elections

TSA Chief Defends X-Ray Shoe Screenings

Authorities Warning Women Not to Wear Gel Bras as Worries of Possible Female Bombers Increase

FBI's New Focus Is on Terrorism, but Training Is Struggling to Keep Up

Faces, Too, Are Searched at US Airports

Global 'War on Terror'

Aussie Terror Suspect 'Joked About Terror Camp'

Europe Says It Will Unify Effort in Fight on Terrorism

France Sees Ongoing Terror Risk

Germany May Allow Military to Shoot Down Civilian Planes

Suicide Bomber's Widow Soldiers On

Afghanistan

'Al-Qaeda' Havens Raided in Afghanistan

Foreign Fighters Swell Taliban's Ranks

Canadian Defense Chief Committed to Long Stay in Afghanistan

Canadians Hurt in Afghan Attack

US Offers to Pay for Strike on Afghan Civilians

NATO Apologizes for Fighting That Caused Exodus From Southern Afghanistan

Afghanistan: Record Year of Opium Cultivation

Afghanistan's Burqa Finds New Followers of Fashion

Jurors Deliberate in CIA Contractor Beating Case

Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka Appears to Be Back at War

South African Cricket Team Leaves Sri Lanka After Bombing

South Asia

White House Backing New Plan to Defuse Insurrection in Pakistan

Indian Army Denies Reports of Violating Indo-Pak Cease-Fire

Indian Temple Blast 'Kills Five'

Nepal Activists Reject Army Chief Choice

Nigeria

Nigerian President Orders Military Action Against Hostage-Takers

Another Oil Worker Kidnapped in Nigeria

Somalia

Courts Union 'Seizes Somali Port'

Somalia's Islamists Deny Capturing Port

Somalia's Refugees Stream Into Kenya

UN Warns Neighbors Against Interference in Somalia

Africa

Sudan Resists UN Force as Fighting Cuts Off Aid From Half of Darfur

Ugandan Rebels Seek South African Mediation

Mugabe: Army Ready to Pull Trigger on Protesters

Paraguay's Stroessner Dies

Former Paraguayan Dictator Alfredo Stroessner, 93, Dies in Brazil

Stroessner's Death Closes Dark Chapter of History
Americas

US Steps Up Anti-Castro TV

Colombia Arrests Paramilitary Leaders

Bankers Get Rich From Chávez's Revolution

Australia

US to Back Australian Uranium Enrichment Industry

 
Lebanon Cease-Fire
Lebanon Orders Army South, Won't Confront Hezbollah
Rice: Not UN's Job to Disarm Hezbollah

Israel Warns of Renewed War Unless Hezbollah Disarms

Israeli Troops 'Could Be in Southern Lebanon for Months'

Bolton Casts Doubt on Lebanon Force

France to Head New Lebanon Force

Israel Begins Giving Positions to UN

Stronger Profile for French Peacekeepers?

Peres: Israel Allowed Arab Aid Overflights

France Calls on Israel to End Lebanon Blockade

Israel's War at Home

Olmert, DM Peretz Popularity Plummets

Criticism of Lebanon War Rises in Israel

Israel to Probe How War Was Conducted

Analysis: Cease-Fire Terms Irk Israelis

Many Israelis Furious at How War Was Run

Israeli Reservists Return From Front

For Many Israelis, a Bitter Homecoming

Video: Israeli Commander Orders Soldiers to Fire on Antiwar Protesters

A Death in the Family

Israelis Struggle to Resume Lives in Hard-Hit Northern Town

Peres: Kidnapped Soldiers Alive and Well

Annan to Meet Families of Israeli Captives

Surviving in Lebanon

Red Cross: Explosives Hinder Lebanon Aid

South Lebanon Littered With War's Lethal Leftovers

Clustered in Fear, and Now Death

Amid the Bombs, Unity Is Forged

UN Agencies Appeal for Lebanon Aid

Fuel Supplies to Arrive in Lebanon

Crisis Talks on Lebanon Oil Spill

Israeli Attacks Leave Lebanese Land, Air Badly Polluted

Lebanese Hospital Struggles to Cope With the Dead

South Lebanon Towns Reclaim Their Dead and Hold Funerals

For Stoic Lebanese, a Cycle of Rebuilding

Lebanese General Arrested for Drinking Tea With Israeli Occupiers

Going Home

Lebanese Return to Ruins

Lebanese Stream Out of Syria, More Than a Third Now Back in Lebanon

Relief Gives Way to Rage for Lebanese Villagers

Hezbollah

Hezbollah Wins Hearts and Minds Amid Devastation

Disarming of Hezbollah Emerges as Obstacle

Hezbollah: Lebanese Rubble 'Made in USA'

Rally in Gaza Celebrates Hezbollah 'Victory'

Peretz: Hezbollah Had Been IDF's Bottom Priority

Experts: Mossad Overlooked Hezbollah's Power

Slain Hezbollah Fighter Shares His Father's Fate

Israel/Palestine

Wife: Gaza Groups Deny Kidnapping Fox News Journalist

Israeli Strike on Gaza Kills Two

Palestinian Boy, 14, Killed in Hamas-Fatah Clashes in Gaza

Israel Still Drawing US Travelers

Iran

Former Generals, Officials Say Iran Is 'Not a Crisis'

Tehran Softens Stance on Nuclear Talks

US Brushes Aside Iranian Comment on Possible Nuclear Negotiations

Syria

Israel Wants UN to Patrol Syrian Border for Weapons

Syria Warns Israel: Golan Will Not Be Occupied Forever

Assad's Speech to Journalists on the Middle East

The War at Home

Pollsters: Americans Worried About War in Iraq More Than Terrorism

Va. Senate Candidates Fight Over Iraq War

US Space Commander Predicts Satellite Attacks

Cindy Sheehan to Take Iraq War Protest Back to Washington

Federal Court Dismisses ACLU Case Against FBI

New 9/11 Tapes Show Communication Confusion

More Voices From 9/11: 'I'm Going to Die, Aren't I?'

US Military

Pentagon Studies Examine 'Mistakes' in Iraq, Afghanistan

Pentagon Buying Handheld Biometric Devices

British Arms Merchant With Passport to the Pentagon

Pentagon Demand for Drones Grows

East Asia

Japan-Russia Territorial Dispute Escalates

Russian Military to Practice Repelling Invasion From East

South Korean Movies Play on Animosity With US, Japan

Yasukuni Shrine

Japan Deals With Fallout Over War Shrine

North Korea Slams Koizumi's Tokyo War Shrine Visit

Seoul Rules Out Summit With Japan, Citing War Shrines
China

Chinese Sociologist on Trial Over State Secrets

China's Trial of Hong Kong Journalist Ends After One Day

United Kingdom

Bush Is Crap, Says British Deputy PM

Outburst Shows Labor's True Feelings for Bush

US Again Looks to British to House Missile Defense System

Europe

New UN Chief Rules Out Serbia Keeping Serb Kosovo Areas

General to Recommend US Missile Defense Sites in Europe Soon

Turkey Builds Ties to Arab Countries as EU Talks Slow

 
Columnists

Justin Raimondo
8/16/2006
About Those 'Birth Pangs'

Nebojsa Malic
8/17/2006
Things Fall Apart

Charles Peńa
8/16/2006
Flying the Unfriendly Skies

Ivan Eland
8/15/2006
Don't We Have Enough Enemies Already?

Praful Bidwai
8/15/2006
Has al-Qaeda Landed?

David R. Henderson
8/14/2006
Are You Being Served?

Alan Bock
8/12/2006
Can We Learn Anything?

Doug Bandow
8/11/2006
Paying a Political
Price for Empire

Ran HaCohen
8/08/2006
The End of Lebanon?

Sascha Matuszak
4/06/2006
Getting a Piece of the Pie

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