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The Great Wall of Segregation...: Riverbend
Officeholding Liars: Charley Reese
Tensions High After Sunni Killings in Beirut: Jamail
Enabling Wars of Aggression: Gordon Prather
Pulling the Trigger on Iran: Patrick Foy

 Gareth Porter

Bush, Democrats and al Qaeda Agree: The U.S. should stay in Iraq indefinitely.

 Scott McConnell

The American Conservative:Wants out of Iraq, points to French Algeria model

 George McGovern

Out of Iraq: “Iraq is as big a disaster as Vietnam.”

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Updated April 28, 2007 - 9:25 PM EDT
Bush Looks at Longer Iraq Escalation
  Bloody Saturday: 9 US Troops, 156 Iraqis Killed
  Sen. Durbin Knew US Was Being Lied Into War, Was 'Sworn to Secrecy'
  US Pressure on Iraq to Pass Key Laws May Backfire
  US Troops Seize Gang 'Smuggling Bombs From Iran'
  US Soldiers Indicted in Spain for Killing Journalist During Iraq Assault
White House Dismisses Tenet's Criticism
  Tenet: CIA Warned of 'Anarchy' in Iraq
  '7/7 Terror Mastermind’ Is Seized in Iraq
  Terror Attacks Up Close to 30% Worldwide, US Report Says
  Poll: Americans Feel Bush Policy Too Skewed Against Liberty
Bush to Dems: Do Not 'Test My Will' on Iraq
  Bush and Congress Easing Tone of Debate on War Bill
Pulling the Trigger on Iran  by Patrick Foy
Official Doubts About Iraq Doomsday Scenario  by Richard Wolffe and Holly Bailey
Butch vs. the Embargo: How a Small-Time Governor Jumped Into International Policy  by Nathaniel Hoffman
Officeholding Liars  by Charley Reese
Enabling Bush’s Wars of Aggression
by Gordon Prather
Mideast States and al-Qaeda Want the US to Stay in Iraq  by Hussein Agha

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Somalis Move Bodies After Clashes
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Sudan's Forgotten Refugees Complain of World Neglect
Al-Qaeda Says Algeria Militant Slain, Denies He's Senior
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Rebels Killed in Congo Offensive
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Muslims Protest Over Kashmir Fort
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