Today's Highlights

Fear Stupid Acts: Charley Reese
Apartheid Looks Like This: Jonathan Cook
Do Something Good: Kathy Kelly
Yet Another Famous Victory: Gordon Prather
All Roads Lead to Checkpoints: Remi Kanazi

 Christopher Ketcham

Cheering Movers and Art Student Spies: What Did Israel Know in Advance of the 9/11 Attacks?

 Mark Boal

The Real Cost of War: The pain of shell shock and the US government’s war against its soldiers

 David Barsamian

Targeting Iran: Just got back, they don’t want war

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Updated February 24, 2007 - 8:33 PM EST
Israel Seeks All Clear for Iran Air Strike
  US Forbids Israel-Syria Talks
  Cheney: 'All Options' Open on Iran
  Any US Strike Might Not Destroy Iran Nuclear Sites
  Iran Vows No Weakness Over Nuclear Program
Iraqi PM Says 400 Militants Killed in Crackdown
  US Detention of Top Iraqi Shi'ite Raises Ire
  Nearly 800 Pentagon Contractors Have Been Killed in Iraq
  Despite US Calls, Little Hope for Iraqi Consensus
  Saturday: 107 Iraqis Confirmed Dead, Dozens More Killed in Clashes
Americans Vastly Underestimate Iraq Death Toll
  Democrats Split Over How to Tackle Iraq Policy
  Repeal of War Authorization May Create Constitutional Minefield
  Senate Democratic Measure Has Combat Troops Out of Iraq in a Year
  White House Opposes War Authority Limits
White House Rehearses for a Domestic Attack
  Top US General Says Capturing bin Laden 'Not Important'
  Canada High Court Strikes Down Anti-Terror Law
Pakistan Tests Long-Range Nuke-Capable Missile
  Firebombs Used in India Rail Attack Have US Officials Worried
  Britain to Increase Troop Levels in Afghanistan
Apartheid Looks Like This  by Jonathan Cook
Yet Another Famous Victory
by Gordon Prather
Unique Dissidence: Castro's Most Prominent Challenger  by Ximena Ortiz
All Roads Lead to Checkpoints
by Remi Kanazi
Fear Stupid Acts  by Charley Reese
Do Something Good  by Kathy Kelly

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Scramble for Iraq's Oil Begins as Troops Start to Pull Out
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US Investigates Report of Iraqi Civilians Killed
Pentagon Stays Silent on Iraq Gas Threat
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Iraq Rebuilding Short on Qualified Civilians
In Iraq, Decisions Mean Life or Death
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Iraq Mothers Camp Outside No. 10
UN Sets Date for Iraq Refugee Conference
The War at Home
GOP Leader Threatens to Block Bid to Repeal War Resolution
Lieberman Says Could Split With Democrats on Iraq War Funding
Iran Links Undercut Romney's Recent Plea
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Senate Effort to Pass Intelligence Legislation Stalls Again
Walter Reed
The Army's Preemptive News Briefing
Painting Over the Problems at Walter Reed's Building 18
Gates Names Panel to Review Walter Reed Problems
The Two Worlds of Walter Reed
Renovations Under Way at Walter Reed
US Military
Some Question Decision to Mobilize Guard Troops to Iraq
Army Struggles to Shorten Guard Tours
US Soldier Convicted of Indecent Acts in Iraq
New Mexico Lawmakers Demand Answers to Guard Equipment Shortages
Lawyers: Solider Did Not Plan Attack
Soldier Who Deserted Before Iraq Gets 7 Months
Russian Spy Intrigue
Figure in Spy Poisoning Seeks Probe Info
Litvinenko Inquiry 'Nearing End'
'War on Terror'
Al-Jazeera Cameraman Still at Guantanamo
Iraq War Fuelling Extremism Among Young British
New Airport X-Rays Scan Bodies, Not Just Bags
Five Remanded Over Alleged Plot to Kill British Soldier
'Al-Qaeda Graffiti' Found in UK Suspects Cell
UK Bomb Plot Trial Jury Discharged
Missile Defense Plans
Britain Lobbying to Be US Base Site
Europeans Uneasy About Missile Defense Shield
US on Charm Offensive to Avoid Clash With Russia
Ambassador Says US Base Not to Harm Czech-Russian Relations
The Politics of Missile Defense
Russia Celebrates Military Muscle
Serbia, Paralyzed by Kosovo, May Face New Election
Nationalists Urge Serbia to Quit UN if Kosovo Independent
Prodi Asked to Stay on as Italy PM
Fear of Berlusconi-Led Government Unites Italian Parties
Europe Split Over Best Way to Mark 50 Years of Unity
Five Killed in Chechnya Blast
Brussels Airport Evacuated After Bomb Alert
Anger Mounts in Zimbabwe as Crisis Nears
Police Close Zimbabwe Opposition Meeting
While Zimbabwe Starves, Mugabe Spends $1.2m on His Birthday Party
Oil Worker Shot Dead in Nigeria
Mercenaries Acquitted in 'Wonga Coup' Case
Guinea MPs Terminate Martial Law
Russia, France Seek South Africa Nuclear Deals
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West Aims to Agree New Iran Sanctions
Talks Offer Still Open to Iran: ElBaradei
Oil Prices Rise Amid Iran Tensions
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Growing Iranian Regional Influence Worries Saudi Arabia
Rice Cajoles Russia to Support More Sanctions Against Iran
Israel: Hit Iran With New Sanctions Now
EU Not Ready to Drop Palestinian Govt Boycott
Hamas Chief to Woo Russian Support for End to Boycott
Abbas Says PA Must Recognize Israel
Hamas: European States Will Send Money to New Govt
Hamas: Israel Delaying Gilad's Release
Hamas' Down-Home Prime Minister Most Popular Palestinian Politician Despite Strife-Ridden Year
Palestinian Fishermen Say IDF Arrests, Abuses Them
Armed Conflict With Syria Unlikely, Israeli Intelligence Officials Says
Rice Tells Israeli FM Livni: Summit Must Focus on Two-State Solution
Rare Praise for Israel in UN Probe
UN Envoy Hits Israel 'Apartheid'
Exiting Israeli Naval Commando Chief Slams Navy's Conduct During War
Israelis and Palestinians Unite in Protest at Barrier
16 Activists Hurt During Clashes at Anti-Fence Protest in Bil'in
UNESCO to Inspect Dig Near Temple Mount
Ease Security Inspections of Arabs at Airports, Olmert Orders
Egyptian Forces Find TNT Near Gaza
Egypt: Terrorists Planning Sinai Attack
Egypt Lashes Out at Critics of Blogger Jailing
Middle East
Turks Charge Kurdish Politician With Inciting Hatred
Hezbollah Leader: No Talks on With Israel
Jordan's King Says Peace Hopes Dimming
Lawrence of Arabia Was Really a Zionist, Historian Claims
ElBaradei Set to Visit North Korea
North Korea Agrees to Discuss Uranium Program: US Envoy
Diplomatic Frenzy Over North Korea
US, South Korea Agree 2012 Date to Transfer Wartime Military Control
South Korean President to Resign From His Party
Afghans See Decline Since '05
Blair Criticized for Dodging 'Bad News' on Afghan Troops
US Drone Crashes in Afghanistan
Opium Eradication Starts in Afghanistan
New al-Qaeda Video Claims Attack in Afghanistan
Morality and Propaganda Put Pressure on Afghan Media
Blast That Killed US Diplomat in Pakistan Tied to al-Qaeda
India: Pakistan Must Restrain Militants
Pakistan Frustrated by Lack of Train Blast List
Mass Funeral for India Train Dead
Bomb Fears Shut Pakistan Schools
India Arms Scandal Suspect Held
Sri Lanka Rebels Say Truce Dead, Monitors Leave Embattled Region
30,000 Maoists Lay Down Arms in Nepal: UN
US Defense Chief: China Military Capabilities Worrisome
Myanmar Cracks Down on Protesters
Australian Soldier Kills 1 in East Timor
Mexican Anger Over US Fence 'Trespass'
Chávez Ends Busy Week Aiding Venezuela’s Latin Neighbors
Self-Styled Justice in Guatemala
Cuba Declines to Renew Credentials for 3 Havana Correspondents
Aristide Predicts He'll Return to Haiti
Somali, Ethiopian Troops in Deadly Battle With Gunmen
Uganda Promises to Aid, Protect Somalia
Red Cross Warns of Risk to Darfur Aid
Red Cross Chief Says No Darfur Testimony
Chadian Prime Minister Yoadimnadji Dies in Paris
Cluster Bombs
46 Nations Push for Cluster Bomb Treaty
US Rejects Ban on Cluster Bombs
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Dark Clouds
Over the White House

Doug Bandow
The War Lobby Abandons the Troops

Nebojsa Malic
The Unraveling

Praful Bidwai
From Horror, an Opportunity for Peace

Sascha Matuszak
From China to Cairo

Ivan Eland
Iraq: Enough Blame to Go Around

David R. Henderson
Does War Make Presidents Great?

Alan Bock
America the Frightened

Gareth Porter
Rove Said to Have Received 2003 Iranian Proposal

Charles Peńa
The Future of Terrorism

Ran HaCohen
A Midwinter Night's Dream

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