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A Corrupt Endeavor: Justin Raimondo
Clueless in Gaza: Philip Giraldi
Bush's Last Hot-Button Issue: Tom Engelhardt
Can Bush Do More Harm?: Paul Craig Roberts
Israel, Iran, US Least-Liked: Jim Lobe

 Sibel Edmonds and James Bamford

New FBI Whistleblower Backs Sibel: Gilbert Graham Reveals Wiretaps Against Neocons Were Illegal

 James Marcinkowski

Throw Away the Key: Why “Scooter” Deserves More than He’ll Get

 Michael Klare

What Bush Will Claim When He Bombs Iran: The best will be half-truth, the rest pure lies.

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Libby Verdict Deals Blow to White House

  Juror: Libby Is Guilty, but He Was Fall Guy

Will Bush Pardon Libby?

  A Judgment on Cheney Is Still to Come
Pentagon Raises Estimate of Troops for Iraq

Democrats to Add Billions to Iraq War Bill

  Wednesday: 3 GIs, 95 Iraqis Killed, 102 Iraqis Injured

Tuesday: 10 GIs, 215 Iraqis Killed

  Murtha to Give Iraqi Government 80 Days to Fulfill Promises
Sen. Webb Offers Bill Barring Iran War Funding

Iran Confirms Will Take Part in Iraq Conference


Iran Denies Suspension of Uranium Enrichment

How Much More Harm Can Bush Do?  by Paul Craig Roberts
Afghans 'Hate NATO More Than the Russians'  by Tim Albone
US Picks Wrong Moment to Poke the Russian Bear  by Dan Simpson
Clueless in Gaza  by Philip Giraldi
I Am Not a State Secret  by Khaled El-Masri
Libby Lied, People Died  by Sidney Blumenthal

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Bush Says Gradual Progress in Iraq Despite Violence

The Night of the Generals

US Ally Musharraf in a Tangle Over Iran

Report: Surge Will Hurt Readiness Even More

Leaders Try to Get House Democrats Together on Measures to End Iraq War

British Forces 'Very Stretched'

Israel, Iran, US Least-Liked Countries

Over 1,100 Journalists Killed in Decade

Sunni Insurgents on the Attack in Baghdad
Iraq Attacks Continue

Shi'ite Pilgrims Die in Bomb Attack Despite US Offensive

Tuesday: 10 GIs, 215 Iraqis Killed; 406 Iraqis Wounded
Today in Iraq

Gunmen Storm Iraq Jail, Free 140

Talabani May Skip Baghdad Security Conference

Sunni Clerics Group Attacks Iraq's Draft Oil Law

Refugee Crises

Iraq: Another Million People Could Flee Homes This Year

UN Plans to Open Iraqi Refugee Office in Jordan

Iraqi Risks All for a Chance to Flee Fear

Iraq Occupation

US Military Moves to Subsidize Iraqi Small Businesses

US Criticizes Iraq for Abuses

Iraq Insurgents Profile US Armored Cars

Basra Raids Raise Power Concerns

Iraq War Redefines Role of Women in US Military

Walter Reed Scandal

Bush Appoints Walter Reed Commission

Soldiers Testify to Lawmakers Over Poor Care at Walter Reed

'If Iraq Don't Kill You, Walter Reed Will'

Walter Reed Hospital Scandal 'Hits at the Heartstrings of America'

Panel Probes Military Hospitals

How Decay Overtook Walter Reed

Hospital at Fort Lewis Said to Have Walter Reed-Type Problems

The War at Home

Democrats May Add Money for Avocados, Mangoes to Iraq Measure

Discredited Claim That Led to War in Iraq

Army Medic Is Found Guilty of Desertion

US Admits Human Rights Failings

ATT Whistleblower Had to Fight NSA, LA Times

'War on Terror'

Pentagon Closes Door on Terror Hearings

Two Pakistani Terror Suspects Netted in Cyprus

Iraqi National Carrying Suspicious Object Detained at LAX

US Warns of Kenyan Terrorist Attack


NATO, Afghan Forces Launch Biggest Offensive

Afghanistan: NATO Killing of Civilians Stirs Controversy

Afghans Caught in War's Rising Tide

Taliban 'Seize Italian Reporter'

Canadian Soldier Killed in Afghanistan

British Journalist Kidnapped by Militants in Afghanistan

British Marine Killed in Afghanistan

South Asia

Al-Qaeda-Linked Uzbeks, Pakistani Tribesmen Clash; 17 Dead

State Dept Hits Pakistan on Human Rights Record

Pakistan Disappointed After New Terror Talks With India


Mixed Ruling on Genocide Still Puts Pressure on Serbia

Prosecutor Berates Ex-Leader of Kosovo at Trial


Bush Says Aid Boost to Go With Latin America Trip

Interpol Recommends Warrants for Former Iranian Officials on Buenos Aires Bomb Charges
In Other News

Russia, US to Discuss Nuclear Treaty

Saudis Make Arrests in Killing of Four French Nationals

Marking 50th Anniversary, Ghanaians Reflect on Struggle and Hope

Scooter Libby

Trial Reveals White House Secrets

Bush, Cheney 'Saddened' by Libby Verdict

Verdict Puts Focus on Cheney

Trying Times for Wilsons, Too

For an Opaque White House, a Reflection of New Scrutiny

Libby Jury, in Note to Judge, Expresses Confusion About Charge

Vietnam Protester Libby Made Case for War on Iraq

Democratic Lawmakers Respond to Verdict

A Choice Between Facts and Emotion

How Libby Came Undone

'Instant' Book Coming on Libby Trial

Timeline: 'Scooter' Libby Trial


US Pushing for Arms Embargo on Iran

EU to Condemn Iran for Not Heeding UN Nuclear Resolution

Oil Companies in Deals With Iran Face Sanctions

Iran Says West May Have Seized Missing Ex-Official


Syria Denies Arms Crossing Border Into Lebanon

Syria Seeks to Gain From Regional Tumult

Syrian Opposition Figures Face Military Court for 'Inciting Prisoners'

Egypt-Israel POW Outrage

Egypt FM Demands Israeli Investigation Into POW Killings

Egypt Riled by Film's POW Massacre Claim

Israel's War at Home

Israeli Comptroller: 'Incisive' Lebanon War Inquiry Could Anger Many

First Israeli Report on 2006 War

Israeli Court Delays Release of Lebanon War Report


Arabs Protest Israeli Nuclear Hint

Rift Splits Fatah as Barghouti and Dahlan Vie for Leadership

State Dept: Israeli Forces Seriously Abused Palestinian Detainees

Official: Olmert, Abbas to Meet Next Week

Palestinians See Growing Food Shortages

Israeli Intelligence Chief: Iran Training Hamas


Mortar Attacks and Fighting Greet Ugandan Troops in Mogadishu

Heavy Fighting Erupts in Mogadishu

Three Die in Mogadishu Clashes

Somalia's Islamist Militias May Be Plotting Comeback


Two US Troops Killed in Ethiopia Accident

Britain Suspects Afar Region Group Behind Ethiopia Kidnap

North Korea

Korean Nuclear Dialogue Opens on US Soil

North Korea Orders Return of Diplomats' Kids

UN Halts North Korea Aid Operations


Taiwan Tests Missile as Tension With China Flares

China Says Military Poses No Threat

US Official: China's Spies 'Very Aggressive' Threat

State Dept Human Rights Report Faults China's Curbs on Internet

China's NGOs Learn to Stand Alone


Six Killed in Southern Thailand

'52 Coup Plot Bid to Rearm Japan: CIA


17 Philippines Rebels Killed

Philippine Leader Signs Anti-Terror Law

Justin Raimondo
A Corrupt Endeavor

Philip Giraldi
Clueless in Gaza

Ivan Eland
Containing Iraq's Civil War
Is Not the Answer

David R. Henderson
How Much Is the War on Iraq Costing You?

Nebojsa Malic
Not Guilty

Doug Bandow
Big Dangerous Ideas

Alan Bock
Breaking the Presidential Pattern

Charles Peņa
Our Pals in Pakistan

Ran HaCohen
How to Live With Hunger

Praful Bidwai
From Horror, an Opportunity for Peace

Sascha Matuszak
From China to Cairo

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