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Updated September 4, 2010 - 11:29 PM EDT
As Iraq War Continues, a Surge in Contractors
  Shi'ite Bloc Names New Candidate for Iraqi PM
  In Baghdad, Police Chief Explains Why There's So Little Rule of Law
  Poll Suggests Americans Buying 'End of War' in Iraq
  Associated Press Issues Standards Memo: 'Combat in Iraq Is Not Over'
73 Killed in Suicide Attack in Quetta, Pakistan
  Pakistani Taliban Threaten Attacks in America, Europe
  Gates Says Pakistan Havens Still Threaten Afghanistan
  US Drone Kills 10 in North Waziristan
Gates Touts 'Progress' as Afghan Violence Soars
  US Marines, British Advisers at Odds in Helmand
  US to Temper Stance on Afghan Corruption
Settlers Vow to Ignore Freeze, Launch Mass Projects
  Israel: Atomic Agency Seeking Signature on Nonproliferation Pact
  Palestinians Deny Agreeing to West Bank Talks With Israel on Monday
NYC Mosque Controversy Simmers ... With Media Help
  Authorities: Fire at Tenn. Mosque Site Was Arson
  Outrage as Mosque Backer 'Expressed Sympathy for Palestinians'
Blackwater Won Contracts Via Web of Shell Companies
Occupation Politics Stymie Afghanistan  by Sreeram Chaulia
Iraq and the Collapse of Neocon Illusions  by Tom Switzer
Another False Ending: Contracting Out the Iraq Occupation  by Bill Quigley and Laura Raymond
A New Netanyahu  by MJ Rosenberg
Persecuting a Conciliator  by Sheldon Richman
Where Does Iraq's Fate Lie?  by Mark LeVine

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'Palestinian Gandhi' Convicted for Protesting; US Silent
Defense Secretary Offers Cautious Views on Wars
Michelle Obama, Jill Biden: the Troops Need Us
For Families of Muslim 9/11 Victims, a New Pain
Israeli Spies Wooing US Muslims, Sources Say
Study: New Warships Technically Flawed, Over Budget
Iran Could Strike Israeli Nuclear Site if Attacked
Japan Approves Economic Sanctions Against Iran
US Lauds Japan for New Iran Sanctions
Mobs Attack Home of Iranian Opposition Leader
Opposition Begins Satellite Television Channel
Son of Iranian 'Stoning' Woman Urges Global Pressure
US Rights Group Urges Release of Iranian Activist
Sadr Warns Iraqis Against Working With US
Sadr Disowns Anyone Targeting Iraqi Forces
Shi'ite Cleric: Iraq Impasse Exceeds Reasonable, Acceptable Limits
UN Asks Europe to Halt Iraqi Deportations
As the US Withdraws From Iraq, Gen. Odierno Bids an Anxious Goodbye
Friday: 7 Iraqis Killed, 18 Wounded
Netanyahu Does Not Rule Out Referendum on Peace Deal
Hamas Attacks Show Group Is Still Strong in West Bank
Israeli Soldier Charged With Looting Mavi Marmara
West Bank Settlements Shadow Peace Talks
Clinton: Time Is Ticking for Israel-Palestinian Peace
Israeli FM: More Realistic Goal Would Be Interim Agreement
Israeli, Palestinian Leaders Face Critics of Talks
Arab Press Shows Skepticism Towards Revived Peace Process
Hezbollah Won't Cooperate With Hariri Tribunal
Blasts Rip Through Possible Hezbollah Weapons Site
Lebanon Complains to UN About Israel 'Spy Ring'
Middle East
Turkey May Let US Equipment Pass
Dubai Police Chief Calls Blackberry a Spy Tool
Syria Moves to Curb Influence of Muslim Conservatives
Egypt Protests Iran Peace Talks Comments
US Military
Report: Pentagon Declined to Investigate Child-Porn Purchases by Employees
No Tillman Movie at Army, Air Force Theaters
Judge Blocks Charges Against US Military Supplier
Weekend Reviews
Worth It
The Key to Global British Power
Behind the Israeli Wall: a Lesson in Reality
Iranian Foreign Policy: Delusional or Pragmatic?
'War on Terror'
Police Question Scientist in Miami Airport Scare
MI6 Worker Jailed for Attempting to Sell Secrets
Fourth Man in Canada Terror Probe Is Freed
US Officials: Gareth Williams Death Not Spy-Related
Ex-Bank Executives Say Their Dismissals Caused Panic Withdrawals in Kabul
Close Monitoring of Troubled Bank to Resume
Afghans to Handle Most Security for Sept. 18 Election
Afghan Candidate Wounded in Grenade Attack
Taliban Tries to Stop the Music in Afghanistan — Again
Special-Ops on Show to Woo War Skeptics
US Vehicles Destroy Afghan Bombs by Rolling Over Them
Khan: US, UK Tried to Bribe Pak Nuke Scientists
Scenarios: Where Is Battle Between Pakistan and Taliban Headed?
White House Condemns Deadly Attacks in Pakistan
Police Quiz Pakistan Trio in Probe
Bomb Kills 1 Police Officer, Wounds 3 in Pakistan
Suicide Bomber Wounds at Least 25 Police in Tajikistan
Attack in Tajikistan Highlights Fears of Militancy
US, South Korea to Hold Further Naval Drills
US, South Korean Nuclear Envoys Meet
Will Heir Be Unveiled at North Korean Convention?
Old Hand Points New Finger of Blame
India Maoists Kill Police Hostage in Bihar State
New Case for US Reparations in Laos
Antiwar Protest Greets Blair at Irish TV Station
Editor of Opposition Belarusian Website Found Dead
EU Commissioner Tries to Defuse Allegations of Anti-Semitism
Colombian Troops Storm Rebel Camp
Colombian President Tells Military to 'Get Tough' With Rebels
Election Official: Chavez Breaking Campaign Rules
DR Congo
Over Two Dozen Minors Raped in Eastern Congo

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Come Home America

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The Curious Case of al-Soofi and al-Murisi

Philip Giraldi
Somebody's Son or Daughter is Our Tragedy

Ivan Eland
Assessing the Iraq War

Kelley B. Vlahos
Why Muqtada Haunts the White House

David R. Henderson
P.J. O'Rourke's Progress

Nebojsa Malic
Westerwelle's Big Adventure

Ran HaCohen
The Flotilla in the Israeli Press

Alan Bock
How Brainy Is Obama?

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