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Updated March 17, 2011 - 10:37 PM EDT
UN OKs Libya Airstrikes, No-Fly Zone
 
  France Set to Attack Libya Immediately
  Libya Govt Forces Bomb Rebel-Held Benghazi
  Libya Rebel Tanks Repel Attack in Ajdabiya
  Libya Army Orders Residents Out of Benghazi as Offensive Looms
  Four 'New York Times' Journalists Are Missing in Libya
  Sarkozy Is Accused of Accepting Libyan Funds
US Drone Kills 41 at Pakistan Tribal Meeting
 
  CIA Man Freed in Pakistan 'Blood Money Pardon'
House Nixes Bid for Afghan Troop Withdrawal
 
  Petraeus: Cuts Could Jeopardize Afghan War
  Afghan Official Says Mid-Level Taliban Militants Disobey Leadership
  NATO Investigating Killing of 2 Afghan Boys
Arrests Follow Deadly Bahrain Crackdown
 
  Crackdown on Protests Leaves 6 Dead
  Bahrain Crackdown Sparks Anger Amongst Regional Shi'ites
  Crackdown Deals Blow to US Bid for Negotiated Solution
Gov. Barbour on War: Game Changer for GOP?
 
  Early State GOPers Debate Barbour's Defense Cuts
  GOP 2012: Return of the Neo-Cons
Clinton Pledges Millions More US Aid to Egypt
 
  Army Violently Disperses New Coptic Christians' Protest
State Dept: Budget Cuts Imperil Iraq War
Rival Palestinian Leaders Agree to Meet in Gaza
Obama Reluctant to Take Hard Line With Arab Monarchies
Viewpoints
Caution: Another War Beckons  by Roger Simon
Jewish Voice for Peace: A New Beginning  by Jack Ross
The Defense Budget: Ignorance Is Not Bliss  by Winslow T. Wheeler
Unravelling Livni's Universal Code  by Jason Ditz
Peter King's Radical Ignorance  by Jack Hunter
Obama's Disgrace  by Sheldon Richman

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Frontline
Azerbaijan Threatens to Down Armenian Flights
Clinton Won't Stay for Obama Second Term
Petraeus: First US Cuts Will Include Combat Forces
Alarmed US Urges Calm as Mideast Uprisings Grow
Libya Free Press Experiments Often Jar News Media Lab Rats
US Lacks People, Authorities to Face Cyber Attack
Reporter: Ex-CIA Agent Viewed Bombings as 'Heroic'
 
Libya
Security Council Uncertain About Intervening in Libya
Gadhafi Forces Vow to 'Cleanse' Rebel-Held City of 'Armed Gangs'
Red Cross Pulls Out of Benghazi Fearing Attack
Two Benghazi Tribes Support Gadhafi: Libyan TV
Libya's Oil Money Let Gadhafi Buy Support in Africa
Rebels Claim Small Victories Against Stronger Gadhafi Forces
Australia Tells UN: Don't Let Libya Be Next Darfur
Gadhafi Son Tells Sarkozy to Return Money
Guardian Journalist Freed From Captivity in Libya
Libyan Held in Uprising Denies al-Qaeda Link
Libyan Army Calls for Benghazi to Surrender as Saif Gadhafi Says Town Will Fall Within 48 Hours
Egypt
Clinton Meets With Egypts Transitional Leadership, Visits Tahrir Square
Spy Allegedly Gave Mossad Phone Call Recordings of Egypt Officials
Africa
Algeria Police Use Tear Gas on Protest in Capital
With Ivory Coast Crippled by Sanctions, a Leader Still Holds On
Bloggers Say They'll Have Role in New Tunisia
Pakistan
Clinton Denies 'Blood Money' Helped Free CIA Contractor in Pakistan
Analysts: Political Impact Uncertain After CIA Contractor Freed
Suspected US Drone Attack Kills Five in Northwestern Pakistan
US to Probe CIA Contractor Killings in Pakistan
Gunmen Torch NATO Tankers, Kill Driver in Southwestern Pakistan
Ex-Pakistani PM Nawaz Sharif in Hospital
Afghanistan
Afghanistan to Phase Out Private Security Companies
Looking for Signposts on Road to Afghan Talks
UN Chief Says Afghan Transition Faces Obstacles
NATO Kills 11 Taliban Fighters in Afghanistan
US Military Deaths in Afghanistan at 1,399
Asia
Terror Group Behind Indonesia 'Book Bombs': Official
US Troops Banned From Area Around Nuclear Plant
China: Tibetan Monk Sets Himself on Fire
India Jails 61 Suspected Pirates Nabbed at Sea
Americas
US Spy Drones Flown Over Mexico Since 2009
Brazil Activists Laud Probe of Abuses by Military
El Salvador's Long-Ago Civil War Still Colors US Relations
Cuba to Free Another Prisoner From 2003 Crackdown
The War at Home
GOP: TSA Scanners 'Thoroughly Useless'
TSA Worker Arrested in Theft of Cash From Travelers
Man With 4th Amendment Written on Chest Sues Over Airport Arrest
Marine in Iraq War Crime Case Seeks Clemency
Vet Suing Over 'Hurt Locker' Says Film Hurt Him
 
Bahrain
Bahrain Protesters Driven Out of Pearl Square by Tanks and Tear Gas
US Berates Bahrain, Gulf Allies as Tensions Spread
Situation in Bahrain Is Alarming: Clinton
Bahrain TV Says, 'Protesters Burn Their Own Tents'
Bahrain Locks Down Kingdom as Uprising Surges
Hundreds Shot in Bahrain Village Protest
Two Bahrain Ministers Quit: Report
Iran Accuses US of Approving 'Bahrain Invasion'
Bloody Crackdown in Bahrain Creates 'City of Ghosts'
Bahrain Imposes Curfew in Several Locations
Bahraini Protesters Tell of Bloodshed as Crackdown Escalates
Iran Says Bahrain Made Strategic Error on Troops
Exodus in Bahrain as Bank Staff Take Flight
Airlines Report Big Rise in Bookings in Bahrain
Government Tells Britons to Flee Bahrain
Bahrain Protests Represent Its People's Will, Chairman of Iraq's National Coalition, Says
Syria
Arrests as Syria Sees Second Day of Rare Protests
In Syria, Demonstrations Are Few and Brief
Iraq
In Iraq Protests, a Younger Generation Finds Its Voice
Iraq 'To Let Armed Iranian Security Teams Guard Shi'ite Pilgrims'
US Army Patrol Attacked in Wassit
Iraq Bomb Kills Mother and Newborn, Wounds 33
Wednesday: 3 Iraqis Killed, 46 Wounded
Palestine/Israel
Hamas Police Break Up Unity Rally in Gaza
For Once, the Palestinians Are at Home With Patriotic Fervor
Netanyahu: Ship Headed to Egypt 'Justifies' Gaza Blockade
Israeli Flight Attendants Turn Diplomats
Iran
Iran Recalls Ambassador to Bahrain
Fourteen Killed in Iran Prison Violence
Senator Lieberman: Iran Seeks Nuclear Weapons
Mohammad Ali Asks Iran to Free US Hikers
Iranian Plane Searched, Turkey Says Routine Procedure
Middle East
Strikers Close 300 Factories in Oman Over Wage Claims
Clashes Are Reported in Western City in Yemen
Across the Middle East, Shiites Rally Behind Bahrain Protesters
Saudi Shi'ites Protest, Support Bahrain Brethren
Plane Allegedly Carrying Arms From Iran to Syria Forced to Land in Turkey
Jordan: Israel Can't Have Peace and Settlements at Same Time
Europe
Tories 'Want Muslims Out of London', Says Shadow Minister
Kosovo: Europe Arrests 9 in War-Crimes Inquiry
Polish Tribunal Rules 1981 Martial Law 'Unconstitutional'
 
Columnists

Justin Raimondo
3/16/2011
Libya: Five Reasons Not to Intervene

Philip Giraldi
3/17/2011
A Farewell Address

Ivan Eland
3/16/2011
Another Imperial Quagmire?

Ran HaCohen
3/16/2011
West Bank Neighbors: Chronicles of Death

Kelley B. Vlahos
3/15/2011
Prisoner Isolation, From Jefferson Davis to Bradley Manning

Nebojsa Malic
3/05/2011
Riding the Sandstorm

David R. Henderson
11/29/2010
Adm. Mullen's Spinning vs. Prof. Hayek's Insight

Charles V. Pea
11/05/2010
TSA: Theater Security Administration

Alan Bock
4/09/2010
How Brainy Is Obama?

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