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Mullen: US Policy Too Dominated by Military
  General Sounds Alarm on US Army Training
Debate Over Attacking Iran Gains Steam
  US Proposes Broad New Sanctions Against Iran
  Iran Envoy: Latest IAEA Report Rehashed Already Closed Issues
  Brazil Rebuffs US, Says It Will Go Own Way on Iran
Gen. Petraeus: Expect 'Hard Year' in Afghanistan
  Pentagon: 7 Contractors Detained Over Marine's Killing in Afghanistan
  Pakistan Won't Hand Taliban Leaders Over to US or Afghanistan
  Former Gitmo Detainee Said Running Afghan Battles
  Afghan Survivors: Women Waved Scarves to Try to Stop Air Attack
US: Iraq Election Strife Could Delay Pullout
  Thursday: 17 Killed in Baghdad Blasts Targeting Voters
  Free Land, Weapons, and Petrol Help Buy Iraqi Votes
Dubai Seeks Netanyahu's Arrest Over Killing
  Arab/Palestinian Leaders Okay Indirect Peace Talks With Israel
  Israeli Raid Called Off After Facebook Slip
  Livni to Netanyahu: With You in Power, Israel Is a Pariah State
Congress Advances on Armenian Genocide Vote
A US-Trained Pakistan Is Said to Support Taliban
Yemen Apologizes for Killing 42 Civilians in Air Strike
Ethiopia Aid Diverted for Rebel Arms in 1980s: BBC
Sliding Backwards on Iraq?  by Raed Jarrar and Erik Leaver
The Pentagon's Runaway Budget  by Carl Conetta
Genuine American Exceptionalism on Due Process  by Glenn Greenwald
The Right Foreign Policy  by Jack Hunter
Squeezing Iran  by Robert Dreyfuss
Snow and Terror in Gotham  by Eric Margolis

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Former British Spy Arrested for Selling Secrets
British Airways Employee Arrested in Terror Probe
BBC's Ethiopia Weapons Report Denied
House Passes Resolution Calling Austin IRS Attack 'Terrorism'
Rove Admits to Error on Iraq as Bush Strategist
Families of Dead Troops Ask Chilcot to Confront Brown
Report: Army Denied Aid to Team Under Fire
US Military Questions Karzai's Steps on Corruption
NATO: Dutch Afghan Pullout Won't Spark Big Pullout
Afghan Police, Army Prove Mixed Class for US Officers
Holbrooke: Kabul Attack Not Aimed at Indians
US Voices Concern Over Afghan Media Rules
Taliban Condemn Afghan Ban on Live Coverage of Attacks
Afghanistan Launches Poppy Eradication Program
Taliban, Not Drugs, Focus of US-Afghan Offensive
NATO Upbeat After Marjah Offensive
NATO Working to Cut Attrition in Afghan Forces
NATO Future in Question as Afghanistan Role Dwindles
Official: Pakistani Group Behind Kabul Attacks
NATO General Cites Need for More Trainers
Pakistani Tanks Pour Into North Waziristan, Causing Panic
Pakistan Seizes Taliban, al-Qaeda Mountain Redoubt
Pakistani Army Wraps Up Combat Operations in Bajur
Official: Pakistani Taliban 'Almost Crippled'
Pakistan Flag Flies Over Former Taliban Stronghold
Taliban Blow Up School in Khyber
Pakistan Security Forces Kill 38 Taliban in Operation 'Spring Cleaning'
5 Pakistani Police Arrested in Videotaped Beatings
US Rejects Conspiracy Theories on Anti-Militant Drive
Protests Across Balochistan Over Khuzdar Blast
Indian Police Arrest Senior Maoist Leader
Two Killed in Shimoga as Newspaper Sparks Muslim Riots
Three Killed as Indian Navy Plane Crashes in Hyderabad
North Korea
North Korea Vows to Bolster Nuclear Deterrent
White House Wary of Growing Military Ties Between Myanmar, North Korea
North Korean Nuclear Envoy Set to Visit US, Says South
North Korean Soldier Questioned After Crossing Border
East Timor
East Timor Convicts 24 Rebels Over Murder Plots
Australian Cleared Over East Timor Assassination Bid
Japan Offers New Plan in Okinawa Dispute
Why Some in Japan Support US Bases in Okinawa
US Floats Plan to Lift Ban on Training Indonesia's Special Forces Unit
China, US Work to Repair Frayed Ties
Three Suspected Jemmah Islamiyah Allies Held in Philippines
Armenia Genocide Vote
Turkey, on Edge, Watches US Vote on Armenia
Will House Pass Armenian Genocide Resolution This Time?
Nine People Killed, Scores Wounded as Fighting Continues in Mogadishu
Somalia War Moves to the Airwaves
Court Weighs Torture Suit Against Somali Ex-Leader
Shell Reports Attack on Nigeria Oil Flow Station
Ruling Party: Nigerian VP Can't Run for President
Kagame Assures Rwanda Safe After Grenade Blasts
France Arrests Rwandan President's Widow, Accused in Rwanda Genocide
Kagame Calls for Trial for Accused Rwandan Widow
Ethiopian Opposition Says Candidate Murdered
Ugandan Rebels Accused of Kidnapping Villagers
Libya Demands US Apology for 'Jihad' Response
Cuban Hunger Striker Briefly Hospitalized
Iraqi Election
Murky Candidacy Stokes Iraq's Sectarian Fears
Iraqi Elections Have High Stakes, but Low Bar
Chalabi Takes Center Stage in Iraq
Iran Casts Its Shadow Over High-Stakes Iraq Vote
Q&A on Iraq's March 7 Parliamentary Elections
70,000 to Take Part in Special Early Voting in Basra
A Look at Women Lawmakers in Iraq, Rest of World
US Says Drawdown From Iraq on Track Despite Rising Violence
Iraq Expects to Approve Maysan Oilfield Deal With China Soon
Iraq: Shi'ite Cleric Faces Warrant Over 2003 Murder
Wednesday: 38 Iraqis Kiled, 75 Wounded
Soltanieh: Iran 'Is Fully' Cooperating With IAEA
Russia Says Still Room for Diplomacy With Iran
Isolated China Will Need Payback for Iran Sanctions
6 More Iranian Activists Reported Arrested
Iran Court Upholds Death for Opposition Activist
International Probe Cracks Iran Arms Smuggling Ring
Germany Doesn't Want Iran in UN Human Rights Body
Fox News Poll: 60 Percent of Americans Say Only Force Can Stop Iran
Mideast Peace Talks
Arab League Backs Indirect Talks Between Palestinians and Israelis
Israel-PA Peace Talks Could Begin Sunday
Israel Welcomes Arab League Support for Indirect Talks
Mitchell to Arrive in Mideast Amid Hopes for Renewed Peace Talks
Assassination in Dubai
Israel Silent on Dubai Call for Netanyahu Arrest
Hamas Aide: Assassinated Leader Smuggled Weapons
US Bank in Dubai Killing Ties Cards to Partner
West Must Help Catch Hamas Murderers, Says Dubai Police Chief
Australia Police Head to Israel Over Dubai Slaying
Report: Australia Cops Probing Dubai Passports Involved in Hit-and-Run
Military Recording License Plates of Israeli Protesters
Israel: Former Belarus Envoy Put on Leave
'Son of Hamas' Who Spied for Israel
Prosecution Demands More Jail Time for Officer Who Beat Palestinians
Netanyahu: Israel Will Not Change Status Quo at West Bank Holy Sites
Under Blockade, Coastal Gaza Now a Fish Importer
Palestinian Village Known for Protests Sees Cultural Rebirth
Jewish-Agency-Style 'Palestine Network' Launched in Bethlehem
Middle East
Egyptian Blogger Goes Before Military Court
Turkish General Charged in Anti-Government Conspiracy Case
Tymoshenko's Govt Falls in Ukraine No-Confidence Vote
Spanish Court Jails Basque Leader for 'Glorifying Terrorism'
Report Details Last Acts of Northern Ireland Disarmament
NATO Confident Russia Will Not Use French Warships on Neighbors
Medvedev Takes on Putin With Governor Appointment
Karadzic: Serbs Were Targets of State Terror
'War on Terror'
White House Declassifies Outline of Cybersecurity Program
US Military
Army Sees Sharp Rise in Unfit Soldiers
As Drones Multiply in Iraq and Afghanistan, So Do Their Uses
Obama Changes SecDef Line of Succession
US Announces Two-Year Delay in F-35 Fighter Program
New Rules for Troops Hit by IED Blasts
Pentagon Study to Review Sodomy Ban
Gates Says Study on Gays Should Include Troops
GOP Dismisses Military Study on Gays as Biased
Northrop Grumman Receives $223.6m Air Force Deal

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