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Pakistan: Martial Law, Media Jammed
  Judge: Several Lawyers Opposed to Musharraf Arrested
  'They Can Take Me Away, but They Will Not Stop the Lawyers' Struggle'
  US Officials See Few Options for Pakistan
  Pakistan Militants Seize Police Stations
Rice Fails to Ease Turkey's Anger Over PKK
  Kurds Vow to Teach Turkey 'Unforgettable Lesson'
  Iraq Pledges Action on Kurdish Guerrillas, Warns Turkey Against Force
  Few Facts in Turkey Border Battles
Named, the Fraud Who Misled US Over Iraq
  Thousands Return to Safer Iraqi Capital
  Allawi: 'Martial Law Needed to Get Iraq Back on Track'
  Sunday: 93 Iraqis Killed, 67 Wounded
Giuliani Follows Hard-Liners' Script
by Helen Thomas
When Is Torture Not Torture?
by Neil MacDonald
War, Foreign Policy, and Empire: The Changing Political Dynamic  by Anthony Gregory
What the Neocons Need
by Karen Kwiatkowski
Go Ahead On – Start WWIII
by Gordon Prather
Seduced by War  by Andrew Murray

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Blackwater's Owner Has Spies for Hire
Even Cut 50 Percent, Earmarks Clog a Military Bill
Iraq War Was Badly Planned, Says UK Army
Report: US Okayed Wide-Scale Gaza Operation
Report: Syrian Govt Secrecy Left Facility Undefended
New Detainee Rights Weighed in Plans to Close Guantánamo
FBI Hoped to Follow Falafel Trail to Iranian Terrorists Here
Increasingly-Anti-US Turks
Protest Rice Visit to Istanbul
Today in Iraq
Iraqi Factions Vie for Oil Deals to Finance Activities
Sadrists Call for End of Arrest Campaigns Against Them
Liquor Stores Return to Baghdad
Baghdad Streets Now Safer, Say Taxi Drivers
Iraq: 65 Gunmen Captured in Northeastern Hilla
Iraq Occupation
US Army Arrests Iraqi MP's Bodyguard, Kills Two Relatives in Manhunt Operation
Iraq Says US Behind in Arms Deliveries
Soldiers in Iraq Count Days Until Return Home
A Soldier's Story: The Enemy Within
US Forces Find Bomb Factory Near Baghdad
Attacks Continue
Basra Army, Police Chiefs Escape Bombing
British Base, Patrol Attacked in Basra
Female US Soldier Killed by IED South of Baghdad; 2 Iraqi Policemen Killed in Separate Attacks
Gunmen Wound Wassit University President in Iraq
Saturday: 2 US Soldiers, 29 Iraqis Killed; 41 Iraqis Wounded
Global Iraq Fallout
Istanbul Conference Ends With International Commitment
Iraq, With US Support, Voids a Russian Oil Contract
US Pays British Troops for Iraq Crash Injuries
Polish Citizens Stand Strong Against Iraq Mission
US Military
Colorado Ranchers Angry Over Army Site Expansion
'War on Terror'
Homeland Security Retreats From Facets of 'Real ID'
EU Seeks Data on American Passengers
Jersey City Worker Was 'Triggerman in Pakistan Assassination'
Second UK Arrest Over 'Explosive Material'
Fresh Fighting in Somalia Kills Civilian
US Navy Trying to Get Somali Pirates Off Japanese Ship
Libyan Islamists 'Join al-Qaeda'
Al-Qaeda's No. 2 Threatens Libya
Gaddafi Turns Screenwriter for $40m Epic About Italian Invasion
Rebels Hold Talks With Uganda Leader
Darfur Rebels Say Will Release Five Oil Hostages
A Battle Rages in London Over a Mega-Mosque Plan
Concert at Serbia Death Camp Stirs Anger
Americans Keep Dying
Sturgeon Bay (WI) Soldier Killed in Iraq Leaves Behind a Wife, Young Daughter
Sailor (GA) Supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom Murdered in Bahrain
Henry County (VA) Man Dies in Iraq on Birthday
Oregon Paratrooper Killed in Afghanistan Was Supposed to End Service in September
Medic (TX) Killed in Afghanistan While Trying to Save Another Soldier's Life
Oklahoma Family Recalls Fun-Loving Boy Turned Soldier
Family Remembers Fallen Southwest Virginia Guardsman
Philadelphia (PA) Soldier Killed During Second Tour in Iraq
Soldier (KY) Who Died in Afghanistan Recalled for Love of Family
Army Captain From Indiana Is Killed Leading Troops in Combat in Iraq
Fallen Soldier Laid to Rest, Flags Flown at Half-Staff (KS)
Spec Ops Sergeant, Supporting Operation Enduring Freedom, Dies in the Philippines
High School Friends and Teachers Remember Texas Soldier Killed in Iraq
Queens Village (NY) Soldier Killed in Afghanistan
Turkey Skeptical of Iraqi Vows to Stop Kurdish Raids
Kurdish Govt Closes Office of Pro-PKK Party
Turkish Kurds Rally for Peace Near Iraqi Border
Turkey PM Urges Rapid Measures Against 'Terrorists' in Iraq
Turkey Retains Military Option Despite Iraqi Steps to Curb Rebels
Teheran Terms Uranium Enrichment Abroad 'Unacceptable'
US Sanctions Force World Bank to Halt Some Iran Aid
Iran Bank Says US Sanctions, Accusations Wrong
Iran Calls on Baghdad to Draw Up Plan on US Withdrawal
Quebec Student Facing Propaganda Charges in Iran
Kurd Killed in North Syria Protest, Mood Tense
Syria and US Spar Over Lebanon, Warning Each Other Not to Interfere in Elections
Report: Syria Vetoes Summit Against Peace Conference
150,000 Attend Tel Aviv Rally Marking Rabin's Assassination
Assassin's Celebration Clashes With Rabin Memorial
Olmert Ally Says Israel Wants Peace Before Bush Quits
Hamas Chief Wants Talks but Will Not 'Beg' Fatah
Hamas Split Over Abbas Meeting
Palestinian PM Calls for Peace Deadline
PM Fayad Urges Israel to Free 2,000 Prisoners Ahead of Peace Summit
IAF Air Strike in South Gaza Kills Hamas Militant, Wounds Three

Rice Rejects Compromise to Solve Lebanese Crisis

US Officials Demand IAF Cease Overflights in Lebanese Airspace
Lebanese Army on High Alert as Israel Conducts Maneuvers
Most Beirutis Say Little, Expect Less From Aoun-Hariri Meetings in Paris
Egypt Ruling Party Keeps Mubarak
Pakistan: Musharraf Sees Threat to Country
'Tough New Media Policy' Introduced in Pakistan
As Crisis Deepens, White House Endures Diminished Power to Influence Events
Pakistani News Channels Taken Off Air
US 'Deeply Disturbed' by Pakistan Emergency Rule
Pakistan: Cricketer-Turned-Politician Imran Khan Under House Arrest
Sharif Calls for Musharraf's Resignation
In an Afghan Province, the War on Poppy Succeeds, but Cannabis Thrives
Merkel in Afghanistan, Says Troops Will Stay in North
Dutch NATO Soldier Killed in Southern Afghanistan
Taliban Execute Afghan Woman for Spying
Ruling Party Leader, 3 Others, Killed in Guerrilla Ambush in Northeast
Indian Government Shuns Dalai Lama
Medal for Dalai Lama Sparks China Riots
Tiananmen Square Protester Laid to Rest, Activists Kept Away
North Korea
Report: North Korea Disablement to Begin Monday
Myanmar Receives One UN Envoy, Expels Another
Sri Lanka to Probe Sex Charges Against It's Peacekeepers in Haiti
Weekend Reviews
The Unquiet Graham Greene
Terror's Advocate: The Unsurprising Confluence of Far-Left and Far-Right
The Terror Dream
The Savage Infantry War in Iraq

Justin Raimondo
'Invade and Bomb With Hillary and Rahm'

Alan Bock
The Wars Will Be Outsourced

Doug Bandow
Iran, World War III, and the Madness of President George

Charles Peña
To Bomb, Or Not To Bomb

Nebojsa Malic
Sorrow's Home

Philip Giraldi
Tortured by Uncle Sam

David R. Henderson
Economists and the
Nobel Peace Prize

Ivan Eland
US Has Double Standard at Home and Abroad

Ran HaCohen
The Israeli Right Has a Peace Plan

Praful Bidwai
Nuke Deal May Trigger Midterm Polls in India

Sascha Matuszak
Chaos in the Great Game

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