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No Links Between Manning, Assange, US Admits
  US Confirms Manning Improperly Treated in Detention

Papers: Palestinian Negotiators Accept Jewish State

  Despite Evidence, Palestinian Leaders Deny East Jerusalem Concessions
  Rice: US Army Presence in Iraq Protects Israel
  Israel Sought to 'Swap' Arab-Citizen Towns to Palestinian State
  The Palestine Papers: 1,600 Documents Leaked

Gitmo Detainee Gets Life for Africa Embassy Bombs

Teenage Suicide Bomber Kills 13 in Lahore

Iraqi Govt Denies Prisoner Abuse Claims
  Iraq: Car Bombs Targeting Shiite Pilgrims Kill 26

Monday: 29 Iraqis Killed, 181 Wounded

Yemen's Saleh Scrambles to Appease Protesters

    Downtown Cairo Shut Down as Thousands Rally Against Mubarak
Karzai: Parliament Will Open Wednesday
  Major US Plan for Afghan Bases Falling Far Behind Schedule

Kabul May Oust Security Firms

At Least 35 Killed in Moscow Airport Attack
Unrest Simmers as Lebanon Appoints New PM
Preempting the Hysteria Over the Moscow Bombing  by Patrick Smith
Obama Has Nothing to Teach China's Hu  by Sheldon Richman
Afghanistan Is the Reason Why EU Ignores Atrocities  by Craig Murray
New Republicans, Same Old Militarism  by Benjamin H. Friedman
War Hawks' Goals Hurt Us  by John McNerney
US Wants to Clip Karzai's Wings  by M.K. Bhadrakumar

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Guantanamo Detainee Convicted on 1 Count, Acquitted on 284, Still Likely to Receive Life Term

2 Detained, Harassed Trying to Visit Bradley Manning

Clinton Supports 'Messy' Mexican Drug War

UN Funding an Early Target for House Republicans

Peru Recognizes Palestinian State

Condoleezza Rice: Send Palestinian Refugees to South America

Palestine Papers

The Palestine Papers: Al-Jazeera Trumps WikiLeaks

Barack Obama Lifts Then Crushes Palestinian Peace Hopes

Abbas: Concessions in Palestine Papers Came From Israel, Not Us

Some Palestinian Rioters Turn Their Fury on Al-Jazeera, Most Rage at Authority

Palestinians React Angrily to Al-Jazeera's 'Palestine Papers'

Abbas Deemed It 'Illogical' for Israel to Absorb 5 Million Refugees, Palestine Papers Show

Israel Aimed to 'Cleanse' Gaza Neighborhoods in 2008 Invasion

Palestinian Authority Claims Qatar Behind Al-Jazeera Leaks


Pro-Palestinian Groups Plan Largest Gaza Flotilla Ever

Palestinian Olive Oil at Whole Foods Helps Ancient Trade Prosper


Partial Vehicle Ban in Nineveh to Secure Shi'ite Visitors

Gunmen Kidnap Contractor in Mosul

Alleged Abuse at Iraqi Detention Center Prompts Oversight Concerns

Monday: 29 Iraqis Killed, 181 Wounded

US Military
Republicans on Armed Services Warn Gates Not to 'Undercut' Them on Vehicle

Navy Orders a Halt to Procurement of Computer Centers

Air Force's New Surveillance System for Aerial Drones Not Working as Hoped

Iran: Warships to Sail to Mediterranean

Iran Signs $4 Billion Worth of Gas Contracts

Citing Options, Iran Rejects Uranium Deal, Diplomat Says

Iran Offers Energy Projects to Turkey


South Korea Mulls Separate Nuclear, Military Talks With North

Sri Lankan Army Accused of Making Parts for Landmines

Indonesian Military Trial Angers Activists

Uzbek Leader Seeks to Polish His Tarnished Image

Thailand Inquiry Into 2010 Political Violence Bogs Down

Engineer Gets 32 Years for Military Secrets Sale to China


Discrepancies Mar South Sudan Independence Vote

Southerners in Northern Sudan Fear Future Safety After Secession

In Other News
UN Chief Is Too Quiet on Abuses, Human Rights Watch Says

Call for Tougher Measures Against Gbagbo in Ivory Coast

Russia Terror Attack

A Reminder of a War That Barely Registers in Moscow

Footage From Moscow Airport Blast

Airport Security Can Never Be Perfect, Experts Say

Terrorists Strike Moscow Despite Putin Promises of Order

After the Bombing, It's Business as Usual

A Timeline of Major Terror Attacks in Russia


Military Says 14 Taliban Killed in Afghanistan

Afghanistan Watchdog Says $11 Billion in US Funds Are at Risk

NATO to Decide First Afghan Handovers by March, Rasmussen Confirms

Federal Inquiry Under Way of No-Bid Contract in Afghanistan

Afghan Official: No More Fuel Trucks Stuck in Iran

Canadian Troops to Begin Withdrawing From Afghan Combat in June: Commander

Over 25 Pakistani Prisoners in US Custody in Afghanistan


Pakistan Governor's Assassin in Court Hearing

Clashes at Karachi University Reflect City's Intractable Feuds


Tunisian Army Leader Pledges Support for Revolution

Tunisian Women Fear Islamist Return

Talks Under Way to Replace Tunisian Government


Freed Yemeni Activist Vows More Anti-Government Protests

Protests Shake Yemen's President and Free a Dissident Leader


A Hezbollah-Run Lebanon, but No Panic in Israel

Anti-Hezbollah Protests Rock North Lebanon and the Capital

Middle East

Egypt to Face Its First Tunisian-Inspired Protests

Rights Group Says Saudi Arabia Jailing Activists

Egypt Accuses Gaza Militants in Coptic Church Bomb


Tension Builds Beneath Calm After Violence in Albania

UK Protests Over Undercover Police


5,000 Demobilized Colombian Paramilitaries Unaccounted For

Rights Group: Chavez Using Judiciary Against Foes


Justin Raimondo
No U-Turns on the Road to Serfdom?

Kelley B. Vlahos
The Battle for Conservative Hearts and Minds

Ran HaCohen
Barak Unmasked

Philip Giraldi
Serving Up Palestine One Slice at a Time

Ivan Eland
Russian Arms Control Proposals Worth Considering

Nebojsa Malic
Damage Control in the Balkans

David R. Henderson
Adm. Mullen's Spinning vs. Prof. Hayek's Insight

Charles V. Peņa
TSA: Theater Security Administration

Alan Bock
How Brainy Is Obama?

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