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US Preparing for Possible Libya Invasion
  Libyan Rebels Reject Chavez 'Peace Talks'
  Libyan Warplanes Resume Strikes on Oil Port
  Three Dutch Marines Captured During Rescue in Libya
  Rebels Rout Gadhafi Mercs in Failed Attack on Oil Port
  Gates Warns of 'Loose Talk' About Attacking Libya
  Arab League Mulls Imposition of Libya 'No-Fly Zone'
  US Wants to Know Who's in Charge in Libya
  Official Puts Death Toll in Libya at 6,500
Petraeus 'Sorry' for Deaths of 9 Afghan Children
  NATO Air Strike Kills Four Guards in Southern Afghanistan
Yemen Opposition in Deal on Eventual Saleh Exit
  US Rebuts Yemen President's Accusations
  2 Killed in Clashes During Protests in South Yemen
Allawi Abandons Iraq 'Power-Sharing' Position
  Iraq: Bomber Kills Nine at Haditha Bank
  Kurd Issue to the Fore Ahead of Elections
  Poll: Most Americans Say Unrest Will Keep US in Iraq
Pakistan Court: CIA Man Has No Immunity
  Pakistan's Only Christian Cabinet Minister Assassinated
Diplomat: I Can No Longer Represent Israel
Manning Faces 22 New Charges Over Leaks
Bahrain Regime, Protesters Increasingly Irreconcilable
Report: Saudi Facebook Activist Planning Protest Shot Dead
Herding Elephants: Confronting the Economics of War  by W. James Antle III
Democracy Virus Has Dictators Fretting  by Erich Follath
How to Read Gates's Shift on the Wars  by Ray McGovern
Iraqis Get the Tahrir Spirit  by Sami Ramadani
The Hand that Feeds  by Susil Gupta
Iran's Bizarro 'Green Movement'  by Jack Ross

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Assange Lawyer Under Investigation in Sweden
Assange Denies Anti-Semitic Statements to Magazine
'Terrorism' Suspected in Killing of US Airmen at German Airport
Hillary Clinton Says Al Jazeera, Russia Today Putting US Media to Shame
Military Health Costs Up 300%
Unclear if Gitmo Prison Closed by 2013: Holder
US Backs War Crime Tribunal for 1st Time
UN Worried Over Violence Reports in Iraq Rallies
Kurdish Peshmerga Forces Won't Withdraw From Kirkuk
Bomb Explodes Near US Convoy in Baghdad
Iraq Is Left Wondering: Where Are the Tourists?
US Army Major Convicted for Bribery on Iraq Contracts
A Big Push to Expand Mobile Service in Iraq
Wednesday: 6 Iraqis Killed, 38 Wounded
Iran Ships to Return Via Suez Canal, Says Official
Iran Slams US Over Afghan Arms Accusation
Iran Opposition: Over 200 'Arrested' in Tuesday Protest
PA: 150 Nations to Recognize Palestine by Sept.
Israelis Float an Interim Plan for Peace Process
Israel Destroys Wells Near Hebron: Witnesses
FM: Israel Won't Cede Golan Heights
Court: Profiling All Israeli Arabs as a 'Security Risk' Is Unacceptable
Palestinian UN Delegates 'Walked Out' During Clinton Speech
US Jewish Leaders: Obama Wants Israel to Create Context for Peace
Yemen's President Turns on Its Ally, the US
South Yemen Separatists Find Hope in Spreading Unrest
Experts Give Yemen President Saleh 50/50 Chance of Survival
Jordan Protesters Demand Change
In Jordan, Some Regret a Missed Opportunity
US Backs Jordan's Planned Reforms in Response to Protesters
Clinton: US Should Fund Lebanon Army
The Palestinians' Long Wait in Lebanon
Middle East
Abortive Coup in Qatar
Two Huge Rallies in Bahrain
Kuwait Opposition Ups Pressure on Premier
Saudi Arabia 'Planning Cabinet Reshuffle'
Syria OKs April 1 Visit by UN Nuclear Agency
Arab Summit to Be Postponed Until May: Diplomatic Source
UAE to Spend $1.6 Bln in Poorer Northern Emirates
Japan Slams Russian Military Build-Up on Islands
Russia Demands Japan Investigate Protest
Canada Ejects Serbian-American Scholar, Stops Speech at University
Cuba: US Contractor to Go on Trial
The War at Home
Documents Reveal TSA Plan to Body-Scan Pedestrians, Train Passengers
Clinton: US Losing Global Public-Relations Battle - to 'Baywatch' and Wrestling
TSA Blew It, 3 Boxcutters Taken on Plane
Lawmaker: Bonds Could Help Pay for Wars
Court Hears Argument Over Post-9/11 Arrest
Children of Diplomats Displaced by Strife Often Caught Between Two Worlds
Longtime Military Practice Brings Heartache to Families
Libya vs. Gadhafi
Rebels Dig in for a Long Fight: 'We Will Stay Here Until We Die'
Doubts Surround Gadhafi's Chemical Weapons Arsenal
In Fiery Speech, Gadhafi Says Will Not Surrender
Gadhafi, Rebels Differ on State of Libya's Oil
Too Late, Gadhafi Seeks the Aid of Muslim Clerics
2 Gadhafi Sons Fought Over Business, Cables Show
Qaddafi's Libya: From Pariah State to UN Luminary and Back Again
Kadafi's Son Loses Long-Held Reformist Mantle
Gaddafi Says Libya Could Be 'Another Vietnam'
Libya's Unlikely Hero: Mehdi Mohammed Zeyo
Libya and the US
2 US Warships Move Closer to Libya Via Suez Canal
Liberated Libya Rejects US Intervention
Clinton Fears Libya Could Become 'A Giant Somalia'
Libya and the World
Arabs Reject 'Foreign Intervention' in Libya: Iraq
Over 180,000 Refugees Flee to Libya's Borders
France, UK Announce Libya Airlift Operation
As Droves Try to Flee Libya, Concerns Over Aid
Venezuela: Chavez Discusses Mediation With Gadhafi
Chinese Envoy Calls for Peaceful Solution to Crisis in Libya
Karzai Warns Against Libya Intervention
UNESCO Suspends Cooperation With Libya
Oil Jumps Above $102 Per Barrel on Libya Clashes
Libya Exposes Risks of China's African Ventures
Egyptian Military Jails Activist
Egypt's 30-Year Emergency Law Leaves Scars
Report: Hosni Mubarak Having Cancer Treatment in Saudi Arabia
Tunisian Political Prisoners Freed, Court to Rule on Ben Ali's Party
Tunisia, Site of the First Arab Revolt, Seeks a Way Forward
Algeria Keeps Lid on Social Unrest – for Now
UN Admits Mistake on Choppers for Ivory Coast
Morocco Frees Jailed Senior Air Force Officer: Lawyer
Tunisian Political Prisoners Freed, Court to Rule on Ben Ali's Party
Karzai: Afghans, Western Backers in Contact With Taliban
Gates Says US Did 'Lousy Job' Listening to Karzai
MPs Critical of Britain's Policy in Afghanistan
Senators Uneasy About Afghanistan, Pakistan
Ex-Pentagon Adviser: US Should Cut Afghan Aid
Afghan Tells of Ordeal at 'Center of al-Qaeda'
Marines Boot Social Media Pioneers From Afghanistan After Facebook Freakout
Islamabad a Killing Ground for High Officials
Most US Aid to Pakistan Hasn't Gotten There Yet
Killing Over Blasphemy Law Deepens Misery of Pakistani Christians
China Establishes 'No Reporting' Zones
Clinton Says US in Direct Competition With China
Korean Tensions Reach New Heights
Kyrgyzstan May Slap New Tax on US Air Base

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Sen. Jim Webb Loses Steam

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Children of Lies

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Barak Unmasked

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Adm. Mullen's Spinning vs. Prof. Hayek's Insight

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