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Senate Rejects Renewed Effort to Debate Iraq
  Ex-US Envoy Says Iraq Rebuilding Plan Won't Work
  Rice Ties War Debate to Democracy Doubts
  Dems to Offer 'Flurry' of Antiwar Resolutions
92 Dead as Bombs Mock Baghdad Security Plan
  US Shock at Iraq Helicopter Toll
  Planning Seen in Iraqi Attacks on US Copters
  Iraq Official: Rice Criticizes Crackdown
Syria, Iran Vow Unity Against US Plots
  US Piles Pressure on Iran as Rice Flies Into Baghdad
8 GIs Die, 14 Wounded in Afghan Copter Downing
  Fear of NATO Strikes Keeps Villagers From Their Homes
  NATO Troops Mistakenly Kill Afghan Man
  Judge, 16 Others Killed in Pakistan Courtroom Blast
  Rice 'Disappointed' by Pakistan Deal With Waziristan Militants
The Neocon Dog That Isn't Barking
by Jim Lobe
Roots of Injustice Push Lebanon Toward Civil War  by Antoun Issa
War Is a Decision for Congress, Not the American Monarch  by David Swanson
Feeding the Guerillas  by Martin Sieff
Credibility, a Precious Trait  by Charley Reese
Son of Agreed Framework  by Gordon Prather

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Thousands of British Troops to Return Home in May
Camp Pendleton Marine Regiment Bids Farewell to Its 100 Dead
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Iraq Says Borders With Iran and Syria to Re-Open
Shi'ite Leaders Call for Volunteers to Restore Samarra Shrine
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US General Requests Yet More Troops for Baghdad
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Augusta County (VA) Marine Killed in Iraq
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Kansas City (MO) Soldier Killed in Iraq
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Grandson (CA) Killed in Iraq 'Wanted to See World'
Long Island (NY) Mourns Soldier Killed in Fourth Tour
Local Marine (TN) Killed in Combat in Iraq
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Northern Mariana Islands Loses Fifth Son to Iraq
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Fallen Marine (OH) Remembered as Perfectionist
Newhall (CA) Guardsman Dies From Non-Combat Injuries in Iraq
Fallen Soldier (TX) Dreamed of Retiring in Houston
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Soldier (OR) 'Found His Dream Serving His Country'
Friends Mourn Loss of Sailor (FL) Off the Horn of Africa
Vietnam-Born Guardsman (OR) Dies in Afghanistan
Idaho Soldier Killed by Explosion in Iraq
Marine Pilot From Big Bear City (CA) Dies in Iraq
Syria's Assad Holds Talks in Iran Over Iraq
Top Official: Iran Needs Nuclear Fuel
Khamenei: Nuclear Energy Iran's 'Future and Destiny'
New Deadly Chopper Crash in Iran
Iran Chases Militants Behind New Bomb Blast
Order Restored After Blast at Girls School in Iran
Wait-And-See Policy on Hamas Damps Expectations for Jerusalem Summit
Abbas Says World Must Learn to Live With Fatah-Hamas Coalition
Abbas Tells US He's Done His Best
Rice Finds Huge Gaps Between Israel, Palestinians
Palestinians Begin Cobbling Together New Govt
'Outposts' Thriving in the West Bank
Gunmen Fire at Hamas Minister's House
Palestinian Officer Wounded on Border
Israelis Are Gone, but Gaza Rebuilding Is Slow

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Egyptian Charged With Spying for Israel in Turkey; Israel Denies It
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US Panel Doubts North Korea Will Give Up Nukes
Report: IAEA Official to Visit North Korea
North Korea Deal Lifts China's Stock in World Diplomacy
Karzai Vows to Crush Taliban Offensive
Pakistan Urges Afghanistan to Open Dialogue With Taliban
Pakistan General: 'We Have Done More Than Coalition Forces'
Poland Decides on Locations for More Troops in Afghanistan
Afghans Remember Civil War Massacre and Call for Justice
US Lawmakers Call for Official Ties With Taiwan
China Controls Seek to Prevent Terrorism
US Asks Philippines Separatist Group to Help Hunt Radicals
Left Group Claims Bombing at US Army Base in Japan Ahead of Cheney Visit
Indian Officials to Visit Islamabad for Iran Pipeline Talks
Another Kashmir Custodial Killing, Probe Ordered
Serbia Blasts UN Kosovo Statehood Plan
Fears for Chechnya as Ex-Rebel Takes Helm
Belgian Police Detain Nine in Anti-Terrorism Probe
Spain's Peace Process in Tatters After Basque Separatist Bombing
Terrorism: The Red Army Faction
US Calls on Guinea to Lift Martial Law
Envoys Hold Guinea Crisis Talks
UN Report: Arab States Trained al-Qaeda Men to Fight in Somalia
Somalia: Government Imposes Taxes on the Narcotic Leaf, Khat
Somalia: Ugandan Troops Set to Arrive in Somalia
Sudan: UN Rights Mission Rejected Again
Central African Republican, Sudan, Chad Sign Peace Pact in France
Rebel Turned Army Officer Killed in Uganda Blast
Army and Police Desert Beleaguered Mugabe
Tight Race as Tiny Lesotho Votes
Rwanda Genocide Accusation Causes an Uproar
Scandal in Colombia Raises Skepticism on Capitol Hill
Ecuador President Threatens to Resign
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