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News
Updated March 22, 2007 - 9:29 PM EDT
Iraq, Insurgent Negotiations Deadlocked
 
  Shi'ite Militia Breaking Into Small Groups
  Explosion Rattles UN Chief's Iraq News Conference
  Iraq PM Orders Sadr Aide Released by US Forces
  US Enlarges No-Fly Zones in Iraq
  Thursday: 3 GIs, 50 Iraqis Killed; 38 Iraqis Wounded
Democrats in Disarray Over Iraq Bill
 
  House Democrats in Last-Minute Budget Haggling Over Iraq
  Antiwar Dems Near Defeat on Spending Bill
  Senators Set Iraq Deadline in War Bill
US Defense Spending Highest Since WWII
No One Blinks, Yet, on US Attorney Firings
 
  FBI Violations May Number 3,000, Official Says
North Korea Nuclear Talks Abruptly Break Down
US Tones Down Democratic Requirements for Egypt
Viewpoints
Where Are the Democrats?
by Terry Michael
Our Mad Mad Mad Mad Vice President Speaks  by Karen Kwiatkowski
Nuclear Sub Base an Indicator of Military Intentions  by Glen Milner
Defund the War  by Rep. Ron Paul
Saddam Has the Last Laugh
by Robert Scheer
War, Civil Liberties, and Libertarianism  by Anthony Gregory

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Frontline
Conservatives Launch Effort to Rollback Presidential Abuse of Power
US Sells Missile Shield With Cold War Tactics: Russia
Friendly Fire: Who's Shooting Who?
Oil-Rich Kirkuk at Melting Point as Factions Clash
Sadrist Lawmaker Says US Troops Raided His Office, Calls It a 'Provocation'
US 'Ill-Prepared' for Nuclear Attack
 
Japanese Rally Against Iraq War as US General Visits
Today in Iraq
US, Iraqis Expand Security Crackdown
Thousands of Iraqis Who Flee to Kurdish Region to Escape War Face Harsh Living Conditions
List Containing Names of Kidnapped Austrian, Americans Found in Iraq
Delivery of Aid Still a Problem Four Years After US Invasion
'I Sell Half of Our Monthly Food Ration to Raise Money to Flee'
Wednesday: 72 Iraqis Killed, 88 Wounded
Iraq Occupation
Iraq Defense Minister: US Surge Unlikely to Last Into 2008
Baghdad's Outposts Bring New Perils
US Forces Say Destroy Bomb Factory in Iraq, Kill Five
Not Handing Power to Iraqis Quickly Was 'Mistake': Bolton
Duty in Iraq Grinds Down Diplomats
Iraqi Christian, American Muslim Find Sisterhood
Former Steelers Defensive Lineman Deployed to Iraq
The War at Home
House Democrats Weigh Plan for Iraq Withdrawal
House Members Offer Plans for Iraq War
Panel Approves Five Subpoenas on Prosecutors
Democrats See a 'Document Gap' in Dismissals
Inquiry Revisits Accusations That Justice Dept. Protected Lawmaker
US Military
Sexual Assaults in Military Increase
Soldier Pleads to Role in Rape, Murders
VA Alienating Generation, Disabled Vets Warn
Pentagon Is Probing Veterans Home
Navy Mum on Sonar Use in Whale Case
'War on Terror'
Derry Airport 'First to Ban CIA Flight
McCain Speaks Out on Hicks
Muslims Offer to Help 'John Does' Sued by Imams
New Passport Rules: Border States and Canadian Provinces Are Concerned About Trade, Tourism
North Korea
Bank of China Refuses Frozen North Korean Funds: Report
7 of 10 North Koreans May Lack Enough Food
Italian Reporter Ransomed
US, Britain Slam Italy Hostage Deal With Taliban
Dutch Minister Criticizes Afghan Prisoner Swap
Freed Reporter Defends Taliban Deal
Italian Defense Minister Unhappy Over Afghan Hostage Episode
Afghanistan
Germany Rethinks Its Afghan Presence
More Suicide Bombers Enter Afghanistan
Afghan Working for NATO Beheaded
NATO Evacuates 600 in Afghanistan Floods
Pakistan
Pakistan Militant Battles Rage, 114 Killed
Pakistani Opposition Seizes on Controversy
Shaky Musharraf Holds Only the Military Card
Lawyers Protest Pakistan Judge's Removal
Indonesia
Indonesian Police Kill Suspected Terrorist
Indonesian Islamic Militants Jailed for Beheadings
Asia
Heavy Fighting in Sri Lanka Kills 19
Kyrgyzstan Wants to Try GI in Death
Maoists in South Nepal Gun Battle
Tajik Leader Wants to Drop Russian Name
 
Iran
Iran Warns It May Ignore Nuclear Rules
Sponsors of New Iran Sanctions Draft Agree to Study Amendments
Russia Will Not Back Excessive Iran Sanctions
Iran Warns of 'Illegal' Steps Over Nukes
White House Urges Patience on Iran
Iran Accuses West of 'Psychological War'
Leader Says Iran Will Retaliate if Attacked
Bolton: Iran Won't Give Up Nuke Ambition
New Palestinian Govt
Israel to Snub Foreign Envoys Who Meet Hamas Ministers
EU, UN Officials Meet Palestinian Minister as Israel Balks
West Opening Dialogue With Palestinians
Cracks Appear in Palestinian Coalition
US Says Hamas Forces Growing Faster Than Abbas'
US Revises Aid Package to Palestinians
Rice Defends Security Aid to Palestinian Ally
Aid to Palestinians Passes $1.2 Billion
Quartet: PA Govt Will Be Judged on Actions, Not Just Its Platform
Hamas Leader Urges Arab Summit to Back Palestinian Unity Govt
Palestine
Palestinians Complain of 'Double Standards' in Hebron
New Palestinian Islamic Party Seeks the Center
Hamas, Fatah Fighters Clash in Gaza, One Killed
Rice Demands Palestinians Change Their Textbooks
Hamas Says Two of Its Loyalists Seized in Gaza, Accuses Fatah
Israeli Troops Kill Palestinian Teenager Near Ramallah
Israel
War Drill Fails to Reassure Israelis
Amnesty Flays Israel for Keeping Foreign Spouses Out of Occupied Territories
Lebanon
Summer Conflict Named Second Lebanon War
Grim Upsurge for Lebanon Prosthetics
Middle East
Unrest Mars Kurdish Festival in Turkey
Muslim Brothers Plan Boycott of Vote on Mubarak's Changes
Rice Hopes Arab Plan Can Help Save Her Troubled Peace Initiative
Somalia
Insurgents Drag Soldiers' Corpses Through Mogadishu
15 Die When Somalis Try to Disarm Rebels
Zimbabwe
Mugabe Seizes Passports From Opposition Activists
Britain to Press EU, UN for Tougher Sanctions on Zimbabwe
Africa
Sudanese Rebel Tells West: Protect Us, or Arm Us
Algiers Uses Both Army and Courts in Bid to Snuff Out Resurgent Islamist Militants
Europe
US Missile Shield Touches Raw Nerve in Europe
Rice Avoids Questions on Armenian Deaths
Two Dead in British Nuclear Submarine Accident
Americas
Top Lawmaker Questions Continuing US Support for Colombia
Venezuela Worries US Counter-Narcotics Officials
Cuba Seeks Return of Five Spies From US
Peru Soldiers Kill Three Leftist Rebels
Argentine Military Warned Brazil, Chile of '76 Coup
Guatemala: Four Held in Killings of Salvadoran Politicians
The Note That Launched Falklands Conflict
 
Columnists

Justin Raimondo
3/21/2007
The Dead-Enders

Nebojsa Malic
3/22/2007
Collision Course

Philip Giraldi
3/21/2007
Picking on Halliburton

Ivan Eland
3/20/2007
The Terror Threat in Perspective

Alan Bock
3/17/2007
Bush the Flip-Flopper

Doug Bandow
3/16/2007
Taiwan, a Spark Plug for War

Charles Peņa
3/14/2007
Reducing the Risk of Nukes

David R. Henderson
3/05/2007
How Much Is the War on Iraq Costing You?

Ran HaCohen
2/26/2007
How to Live With Hunger

Praful Bidwai
2/22/2007
From Horror, an Opportunity for Peace

Sascha Matuszak
2/21/2007
From China to Cairo

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