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July in Afghanistan: A Month of Worsts
  'More Than 1,000 Afghan Civilians Killed This Year'
  US General May Ask for More Troops for Afghan War
  Afghan War Spreads to Residential Areas
Iraqis Fear Attacks Signal Return of al-Qaeda
  Reese Memo Shows Split on Iraq Pullout Timetable
  Britain Ends Troop Presence in Iraq After Six Years
  At Least 30 Killed in Baghdad Mosque Bombings
Iran Reformers Say Trial of Protesters 'Sham'
  Iran President: No Rift With Supreme Leader
  American Tourists Arrested After 'Straying' Into Iran
  Iran, US Do a 'War on Terror' Somersault
Hamas Chief Outlines Terms for Peace Talks
  US Demands Concessions as Hamas Leader Says Open to Peace
  Israel Prepares for War Over WHO Gaza Reports
  Netanyahu Aides Insist Rahm Emanuel Plotting Against Israel
Pakistan Court Rules Musharraf's 'Emergency Rule' Illegal
  Bin Laden Allies Reject Reports of Son's Death in Pakistan
Whistleblower Sibel Edmonds: Bin Laden Worked for US Until 9/11
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The Need for Strategic Patience on Iran  by Robert Dreyfuss
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Time to Get Out of Iraq  by Joe Galloway
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