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US Fighter Jet Crashes in Afghanistan; 2 Crew Dead    US Commanders Are Concerned About New Iraqi Restrictions on American Troops    Afghan Warlord Denies Links to 2001 Killings    India, Hosting Clinton, Fears Pressure From US to Mend Ties With Pakistan    Ex-Leader of Liberia Says CIA Assisted in Jailbreak    US Caught 'Off-Guard' by Jakarta Bombings    Pakistani Supreme Court Clears Former PM of 'Hijacking' Conviction    Sistani Aide: Recent Attacks a 'Wake-Up Call'    NATO Fuel Tankers Attacked in Pakistan    US Drone Strike Kills Five in North Waziristan    Iran Opposition Shows Life Around Friday Prayer     CIA Reportedly Struggled to Build Assassin Team    New, Old Weapons Systems Never Die    July 4 Cyberattack Called 'Very Minor'    Iran Names MIT Graduate as New Nuclear Chief    UK Army Chief Calls for More Troops in Afghanistan    Chad Denies Carrying Out Darfur Air Raids    Iran Nuclear Arms Worst Threat to Security: Gates    'Not Too Late' for North Korea to Return to Talks: US Envoy    US Wants to Boost Japan Nuclear Umbrella: Paper    Foreign Troops Die at Record Rate in Afghan War    Israeli Soldiers Talk About War Crimes    Iraq Government Faces Claims of Prisoner Abuse    Diplomats: Iran Has Means to Test Bomb in 6 Months    Iran: Israel Plotted to Assassinate Ahmadinejad    Once World's Bread Basket, Iraq Now a Farming Basket Case    Relentless Rise of Afghanistan Casualties Laid Bare    US Airstrike in Afghanistan Tests McChrystal's New Order    House Intel Committee to Investigate CIA Program    A Lesson From Vietnam for Obama's War in Afghanistan    The Sinister Purpose Behind Bush Administration Lawlessness    Afghanistan: Marines' Mission Doomed to Failure    Mr. President, We Are Still Torturing?    Senior Obama Official Backs Cheney and CIA    Russia's Sickness: 'Anti-Americanism'    US Strike Kills at Least Six Civilians in Kandahar Province of Afghanistan    Will Torture Probe Prosecute Peons and Protect Politicians?    The CIA's Bad Apples    
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News
Updated July 18, 2009 - 11:07 PM EDT
Top Iran Cleric Slams Hardliners Over 'Crisis'
 
  Police Tear-Gas Iran Protesters During Prayer
  Iran Nuclear Arms Worst Threat to Security: Gates
  Diplomats: Iran Has Means to Test Bomb in 6 Months
Afghans: New US Strike Kills 6, Hurts 14 Civilians
 
  US Fighter Jet Crashes in Afghanistan; 2 Crew Dead
  US Airstrike in Afghanistan Tests McChrystal's New Order
  Relentless Rise of Afghanistan Casualties Laid Bare
  Foreign Troops Die at Record Rate in Afghan War
US Drone Strike Kills 5 in North Waziristan
 
  Pakistani Supreme Court Clears Former PM of 'Hijacking' Conviction
  NATO Fuel Tankers Destroyed by Attack in Pakistan
Iraqi Shi'ite Cleric: Attacks Are 'Wake-Up Call'
 
  US Commanders Concerned About New Iraqi Restrictions on GIs
  Blackwater (xe) Helicopter Reported Down in Iraq; 2 Killed
  Friday: 3 US Soldiers, 12 Iraqis Killed; 68 Iraqis Wounded
US Caught ‘Off-Guard’ by Jakarta Bombings
New, Old Weapons Systems Never Die
Viewpoints
A Lesson From Vietnam for Obama's War in Afghanistan  by Joe Galloway
Senior Obama Official Backs Cheney and CIA  by Jeremy Scahill
Will Torture Probe Prosecute Peons and Protect Politicians?  by Thomas Eddlem
Russia's Sickness: 'Anti-Americanism'  by Christopher Dowd
The CIA's Bad Apples  by Joanne Mariner
Mr. President, We Are Still Torturing?  by Nat Hentoff

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Frontline
Israeli Soldiers Talk About War Crimes
Afghan Warlord Denies Links to 2001 Killings
CIA Reportedly Struggled to Build Assassin Team
Ex-Leader of Liberia Says CIA Assisted in Jailbreak
US Wants to Boost Japan Nuclear Umbrella: Paper
 
The War at Home
Legendary CBS Newsman Walter Cronkite Dies at 92
House Intel Committee to Investigate CIA Program
Gates Vows to Fight Congress on Defense Budget
No-Bid Contracts Mean Higher Costs
More Job Cuts Expected in US Defense Sector
UC to Award Honorary Degrees to Interned Japanese American Students
Flesh-Eating War-Bots? Company Says No
Guantánamo
US Lawmaker Threatens Funds in China Guantánamo Row
Guantánamo Detainees May Not Be Resettled by Deadline
Keep Guantánamo Open, September 11 Families Say
Al-Jazeera Journalist Imprisoned in Guantánamo Bay to Sue George Bush
'War on Terror'
July 4 Cyberattack Called 'Very Minor'
NYC Police Add Hotel Security After Jakarta Blasts
Federal Ruling: Court Failed Its Duty to Muslim Scholar
Judge: Airlines Can't Question FBI in 9/11 Suits
Judge Dismisses Suit Against Feds for Kansas Biolab
Iraq
Iraq Government Faces Claims of Prisoner Abuse
Iraq Forces Face Solo Test During Major Pilgrimage
Two Killed as Shi'ite Pilgrims Stream Into Baghdad
Once World's Bread Basket, Iraq Now a Farming Basket Case
Iraqi Bedouin Life Continues as Always
Two Children Killed in Iraq Bombing
Friday: 3 US Soldiers, 12 Iraqis Killed; 68 Iraqis Wounded
Iran
Iran Names MIT Graduate as New Nuclear Chief
Iran: Israel Plotted to Assassinate Ahmadinejad
Iran's Karroubi Attacked on Way to Prayers: Website
Glimpses Into Renewed Iran Protests
Rafsanjani: Iran Insider and Ahmadinejad Nemesis
American's Family Fears Iranian Show Trial
Israel/Palestine
A-Zahar: Fatah Planned Hit on Hamas Leaders
First Gaza Rocket for a Month Hits Israel: Army
Turkey Warns Deadline for Palestinian State Counterproductive
Arabs Must Talk to Israeli Media: Bahrain's Crown Prince
Lebanon
Lebanese Protesters Briefly Take Over Israeli Post
Sudan/Chad
Chad Denies Carrying Out Darfur Air Raids
UN Chief: Sudan Cooperation With Peacekeepers Better
Africa
Nigeria Says 10,000 Rebels Could Get Amnesty
At Polls, Mauritanians See Chance to Break Cycle of Coups
Congo Republic Opposition Wants Election Annulled
Nagorno-Karabakh
Armenia, Azerbaijan in New Peace Talks on Enclave
 
Indonesia
Terror Stalks Indonesia as Hotel Bombs Kill Nine
Al-Qaeda Link Is Suspected in Jakarta Bombings
Experts: Jakarta Blast Could Be Start of 'Campaign'
Jakarta Blasts Show Hotel Weaknesses
US Official: at Least 8 From US Wounded in Jakarta
Clinton: US Prepared to Help Indonesians
Afghanistan
UK Army Chief Calls for More Troops in Afghanistan
Afghan Bombs Kill 12 Including British Soldier, 5 Children
Opponents Seek to Deny Karzai First-Round Win
Fort Hood Soldier Refuses Deployment to Afghanistan
Pakistan/India
India, Hosting Clinton, Fears Pressure From US to Mend Ties With Pakistan
Pakistani Jets Kill 9 Militants in Northwest
Pakistan Govt Unlikely to Contest Sharif Verdict
UN Not to Name Culprits in Bhutto Assassination
Pakistan Opposition Party Leader: Martial Law-Era Decisions Should Also Be Reconsidered
Dancing Girls Fear Return to Swat
Text of Joint Statement of Zardari-Sharif Meeting
North Korea
'Not Too Late' for North Korea to Return to Talks: US Envoy
UN Security Council Sanctions North Korean Firms, Individuals
China
Mosques Reopen in China's Xinjiang Under Heavy Security
After Deadly Clashes, Many Chinese Ask, Where Were Police?
China Shuts Down Legal Center, Revokes Licenses
China Urges Russian Calm on Bazaar Crackdown
Asia
Car Bomb Kills Two in Restive Southern Thailand
Five Killed in Tajikistan Shootout
Kyrgyz Policeman Arrested After Reporter Attack
Clinton Returns to Asia Without New Myanmar Policy
Nepal Begins Process of Discharging Maoist Child Soldiers
Hondruas
Zelaya Return Rumors Put Honduras on Edge
Mediator to Propose Reconciliation Govt in Honduras
Talks Seen as Last Chance to End Honduras' Crisis
Zelaya to Lead 'Final Battle' Against Coup
Chavez Rhetoric Stokes Honduras Crisis Before Talks
Americas
Prosecutors Charge Head of Anti-Chavez TV Channel
Inquiry on 1994 Blast at Argentina Jewish Center Gets New Life
Rebel Video Hounds Ecuador's Correa
Fujimori: Illegal Payoff Avoided Coup by Spy Chief
Russia and Her Neighbors
2 Dead in Ingushetia Attack, Minister Alive: Official
Slain Activist Faced Pressure From Chechen Leader
Official: Chechen Leader to Sue Rights Group Head
Poland's Leaders Back Appeal to Obama Over Russia
 
Columnists

Justin Raimondo
7/17/2009
Obama's War Signals

Ivan Eland
7/18/2009
The Sinister Purpose Behind Bush Administration Lawlessness

David R. Henderson
7/17/2009
NPR: 'Murder' a Controversial Concept

Philip Giraldi
7/16/2009
Twittering Revolutionaries

Nebojsa Malic
7/15/2009
Overload

Kelley B. Vlahos
7/14/2009
The Africa Obama Didn't Visit

Charles V. Peña
7/08/2009
Travel Trials and Tribulations

Alan Bock
7/06/2009
Independence, Empire Don't Mesh

Edouard Husson
5/22/2009
The Virtues of Gorbachevism

Ran HaCohen
2/18/2009
Abe Foxman's 'Anti-Semitic Pandemic'

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