US Won't Be Upset if Israel Strikes Iran, Senator Assures    Pentagon Plans New Arm to Wage Wars in Cyberspace    Allotting of Iraqi Oil Rights May Stoke Hostility    Iraqi Victims Recall US Abuse    GAO Faults Tracking of Gifts to Military    The Big Question: What Are Israeli Settlements, and Why Are They Coming Under Pressure?    Bombings Continue as Pakistani Militants Threaten Wider War    Gen. Casey: US Ready to Fight War Against North Korea    British Commander Warns Surge Will Lead to Jump in Afghan Violence    Pipelineistan Goes Iran-Pak    Photographs Show Destruction and Despair of Sri Lanka's No-Fire Zone    Israel Dismisses US Demand on Settlements    At Least 30 Killed in Mosque Bombing in Iranian Balochistan    Obama Visit: Abbas Brings Palestinian Cause, but Not Support, to Washington    The 20 Most Powerful People in Iran    Residents Seethe as Pakistan Army Destroys Homes    Iraq Faces the Mother of All Corruption Scandals    Pakistani Militant Groups Uniting    Uighurs Sold Out in the US    Tribal Clashes in Sudan Region Kill 244: Minister    Bill Clinton's Defense Secretary Urges Military Options Against North Korea    Gates: No Reason to Build Up US Troops in Korea    Obama Aide: Too Soon to Say if Afghan Plan Working    UK MoD Admits Use of Controversial 'Enhanced Blast' Weapons in Afghanistan    South Koreans Are Now Almost Blasé About Nuclear Blasts and Missiles    Size Matters for North Korea's Nukes    North Korea Threatens Retaliation if Ships Inspected    US Rejects Newspaper Report That Iraq Prison Photos Show Rape    No More Gestures to Saudis: Iraq's Maliki    UN Expert: US Failing to Properly Probe War Crimes    Justice Dept. Asks Judges to Block Abuse Photos    Iraq-Saudi Relations Hit New Low    US Geo Survey: Natural Gas in the Arctic Is Mostly Russian    US Journalist Says She Falsely Confessed to Spying in Iran    After Iraq, It's Not Just North Korea That Wants a Bomb    Forgetting Pyongyang    FBI Infiltrates Iowa City Protest Group    The Depth of Corruption    Turkish Jets Strike Rebel Targets in Northern Iraq    North Korea's Bomb – and Those 'Hiroshima' Headlines    
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Mosque Blast Kills 30 in SE Iran Near Pakistan
North Korea Ends Armistice, Threatens Attacks
  Russia Fears Korea Conflict Could Go Nuclear
  South Korea, US Troops on High Alert Amid North Korea Threats
  US Underscores Commitments to Defend South Korea, Japan
  Report: North Korea Restarts Nuclear Plant
Pakistan Bombing May Be Payback for Offensive
  Pakistan: 11 Killed in Suicide Attack, Market Blasts
  Obama Seeks Funds for Pakistan Super-Embassy
US-Supported Iraqi Militias Clash With Govt
  Bomb Kills GI in Baghdad as Attacks Keep Rising
  Secret Abu Ghraib Abuse Photos 'Show Rape'
  US Holds Journalist Without Charges in Iraq
Israel Dismisses US Demand on Settlements
  No Exceptions to Settlement Freeze: Clinton
  Knesset OKs Bill to Outlaw Denial of Israel's Status as 'Jewish State'
  The Never-Ending Evacuation
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Spike in Suicides Shuts Down Major Army Base
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