US Faces Smarter, Less Ideological Enemy in Afghanistan    South American Rift Persists Over US-Colombia Deal    ACLU Lawyers Mine Torture Documents for Truth    CIA IG Report Resources    Blackwater Founder Accused in Court of Intent to Kill    US Claims Pakistan Modified US-Made Missiles    CIA Head in Furious Torture Row    Hardline Prosecutor in Iran Opposition Trial Fired    Israeli Officials Accuse IAEA of Hiding Far Worse Nuclear Evidence on Iran    Ecuador's Leader Threatens Closure of TV Network    Hamid Karzai in Fiery Row With US Official    At Least 43 People Killed in Sudan Clashes: Military    Iran Welcomes 'Positive' IAEA Nuclear Report    Antiwar Movement Plans an Autumn Campaign Against Policies on Afghanistan    Pakistan Destroys Suicide Bomber Training Camp    Rebel Leader Says 30 Myanmar Troops Killed: State Media    Karzai Closer to Winning Tainted Afghan Vote    Iraqi Who Threw Shoes at Bush to Be Released Early    Lockerbie Bomber Backs Call for Inquiry    Would-Be Suicide Bombers Killed in Pakistan Town Thought Emptied of Gunmen    IAEA Extends Probe Into Alleged Syria Reactor Bombed by Israel    Cheney 'OK' With Violating Felony Torture Statute    Abbas Won't Meet Netanyahu Before Settlements Stop    Top Officer Says US Bungling Muslim Outreach    The Taliban Push Back in Afghanistan    Afghanistan: Military Reporter Profiles 'Like Perusing the Diary of Your Stalker'    Fury at NATO's Helicopter Attack on Afghan Clinic    Pakistan Bans Coverage of Mumbai Attack Trial    Iraqi Ministry Worker: Too Many Bomb Survivors Are Dying in Hospitals    Attacks in Remote Areas Add to Iraq Security Fears    Karzai Using Rift With US to Gain Favor With Afghans    Megrahi's Release Tied to Oil Deal?    Waiting For ElBaradei's Swan Song    Thugs of Fortune    We Don't Want to Rule the World    Making Afghanistan Safe for Democracy    Flushing Blackwater    
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Another 20,000 US Troops for Afghanistan
  Tensions Rise as Thousands of Fraud Allegations Hit Afghan Vote
  US Envoy in 'Testy' Election Meeting With Karzai
  Taliban's Growth in Afghanistan's North Threatens to Expand War
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Gen: 'Unsure' If Iraq Violence Will Imperil Pullout
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  US Embassy Costs to Rise in Baghdad
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by Eric Margolis
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