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Updated August 20, 2010 - 11:27 PM EDT
Gen. Petraeus: 'We Are Not Leaving' Iraq
  Don't Call It Combat: GIs Still Fighting Iraq War in Everything But Name
  State Dept Confirms Plan to Escalate Security Contractors in Iraq
  Will Obama Keep US Troops in Iraq Beyond 2011?
  General: Obama Should Avoid 'Mission Accomplished' Moment in Iraq
Taliban Kill 30 Security Guards in S. Afghanistan
  No Ramadan Slowdown in Afghan War
  52 Private Security Firms Operating in Afghanistan
  Germany Drops All Charges Over Kunduz Massacre
  July Airstrike Total Is 2nd Highest of Year for Afghanistan
Palestinians and Israel Agree to Direct Talks
Russia Touts Start of Iran Nuclear Plant Launch
  US Tries to Persuade Israel That Iran's Nuclear Threat Is Not Imminent
  HR 1553: 'Use of Force' Authorization Against Iran Based on Propaganda
Mosque Fight Helping al-Qaeda, Says Former FBI Interrogator
Other Countries Probing Bush-Era Torture – Why Aren't We?
The Secret Killers  by Pratap Chatterjee and Tom Engelhardt
The War in Iraq Has Entered a New Stage of Public Relations  by Rep. Dennis Kucinich
Beyond the Mosque: It Cuts Both Ways  by Jack Hunter
Presidents Flying Blind  by Andrew J. Bacevich
Mosque Furor Endangers US Troops  by Robert Parry
In Afghanistan, What's News?  by Malou Innocent

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Aid Agencies: Caught Between Arms and Politics
Julian Assange Wins Sam Adams Award for Integrity
Pentagon: Gates 'Still Has a Lot to Do'
New Book Assembles Eyewitness Accounts from Mavi Marmara
In Palestine, Barriers Rise Between Ramadan Gatherings
Budget Analysts See 2010 Deficit at $1.3 Trillion
ACLU Files Suit Over Torture, Jailing of US Citizen in UAE
'Ground Zero Mosque'
NY Governor Paterson: Support Growing for New Mosque Site
Mosque Debate Divides Democrats, Especially in NY
Retired General Slams NY 'Mosque' Critics
Associated Press Advises Staff to Avoid the Phrase 'Ground Zero Mosque.'
Ex-Bush Advisers Urge Republicans to Soften Criticism of Mosque Near Ground Zero
New Yorkers Take Dim View of Rabble-Rousing Outsiders
NY Mosque Imam in Mideast for Outreach Tour
Uproar Over Muslims Extends Far Beyond Ground Zero
Karzai Aide Part of Wider Investigation, Afghan Officials Say
Sniper in Afghan Town Puts Marines on Edge
The Most Dangerous Job in Afghanistan – Clearing IEDs
Taliban Attack Road Crew in South Afghanistan
New Intelligence Chief Aims to Earn Afghan's Trust
Afghan Women, Children Turn to Drugs
US Service Member Killed in Southern Afghanistan
Afghanistan's Food Supply Is Least Secure in 163-Nation Ranking
Senator Kerry Returns to Kabul for Karzai Talks
Pakistan Flood Homeless Toll Put at Over 4 Million
13 Killed in Karachi After ANP Leader Assassination
Pakistan Says Militants Exploiting Flood Chaos
Forces Kill 11 Terrorists in Orakzai, Kurram
US Envoy Says Billions Needed for Pakistan
US-South Korea Exercises Rile China
North Korea Says Consensus With China on Nuclear Talks
Report: Video Shows Bustling Market in North Korea
US Teen Hopeful for Peace After North Korea Visit
North Korea: South Korea Boat Broke Law, North Says
Pilot That Crashed Jet in China May Have Been North Korean Defector
7 Die in Tricycle Bomb Attack in China
Pentagon Takes Aim at China 'Cyber Threat'
3 Wounded in Indian Kashmir by Soldiers' Gunfire
US Presses Thailand to Hand Over Accused Russian Arms Dealer
Myanmar Pro-Democracy Leaders Praise US Decision
Ex-Army Chief Calls Sri Lanka a 'Dictatorship'
18-Nation Military Maneuvers Focus on Panama Canal Security
US Says Troop Numbers in Iraq at 56,000
US Forces Spokesman: Iraqi Security Up to the Task
'Iraqis Have the Right to Be Frustrated'
Thursday: 11 Iraqis Killed, 17 Wounded
US: Israel, Palestinians 'Very, Very Close' to Direct Talks
All-Women Aid Ship to Head to Gaza Via Cyprus
Poll: Scandal Dents Confidence in Israeli Military
UN Report Criticizes Israel's Gaza Restrictions
Palestinians: Arab States Are Not Paying Aid
Palestinians Learn About the Holocaust in Israel
Israel Police Detain Fiery Settler Rabbi
Russia: Israel Need Not Fear Reactor
Iran Sanctions Challenge South Korea to Balance Interests
Germany: 2 Men Charged Over Iran Arms Embargo
Middle East
Yemen: Top al-Qaeda Member Turns Himself In
UNIFIL Commander: Israel, Lebanon Don't Want Escalation
Saudi Judge Considers Paralysis Punishment
New Restrictions Provoke Unusually Strong Wave of Criticism Among Jordanians
Syria: Historic Secret Study Reveals Most Syrians Dissatisfied, Outspoken
Somalia's Once Stable Puntland Hit by Insurgency
Congo Arrests 2 Over Indian Peacekeeper Killings
South Sudan Outlines Aid Needs Ahead of Referendum
Russia May Supply Electricity to Afghanistan, Pakistan to Increase Clout
Mass Grave Contains Rebels From English Civil War
'War on Terror'
Lockerbie Bomber Fuels Anger Just by Staying Alive
Supreme Court Justice Kennedy Favors Civilian Courts in Terrorism Cases
TSA Screeners Check Luggage, Investigate Your Marriage and Personal Finances
US Military
US Soldiers Punished for Not Attending Christian Concert
KBR Loses $24.1 Million Fee Over Green Beret's Death
South Korea Base to Be Home of US Army's Biggest Warehouse Worldwide
The Newest NASCAR Sponsor: The GI Bill
Iraq War Vet Kills Pregnant Wife, Daughter, Self
Pentagon Eyes Technology to Increase Efficiency

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All Lies, All the Time

Charles V. Peña
A Mosque in New York City

Philip Giraldi
Tales from the Northwest Frontier

Ivan Eland
Histrionics Over the Mosque: Symbolism Crowds Out Reality

Kelley B. Vlahos
The Muslims Are Coming!

Nebojsa Malic
The Sorrow of Empire

David R. Henderson
Life in the USSA

Ran HaCohen
The Flotilla in the Israeli Press

Alan Bock
How Brainy Is Obama?

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