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US Sees No 'Timeline' for Libya War
  NATO to Oversee Libya Assault After France and Turkey Strike Deal
  Libya Rebels Coordinating With West on Air Assault
  Libyan Foreign Minister Reaches Out to US
  US Role in Libya Costs Hundreds of Millions So Far
Airstrikes Fail to Deter Gadhafi Forces
  French Jets Take Out Libyan Plane
  Allies Move From Defense to Offense in Libya
  Western Air Strikes Fail to Dislodge Gadhafi Armor
  Tanks Flee After Strikes, but Libyan Ground Troops Remain
Protests Prompt Syria to Pledge Reforms
  37 Killed in Attack on Southern Syrian Mosque
  Bahrain Claims Hospital Used for Political Activity
  Egypt Military Made Captured Female Protesters Take 'Virginity Tests'
Yemen President Gets Broad Emergency Powers
  Gates Says US Had No Plans for a Post-Saleh Yemen
  Saudi Arabia Abandons Yemen's Saleh, Calls for Transition
Report: Time Is Now for Talks to End Afghan War
  Petraeus: Progress in Afghanistan Is Fragile
  Local Official: NATO Airstrike Kills Two Militants, Afghan Child
  US Soldier Pleads Guilty to Murders of 3 Afghans
One Dead, 30 Hurt in Jerusalem Bus Bombing
  Israel Strikes Targets in Gaza After Day of Rockets
Ivory Coast Wonders: Where's Our UN Intervention?
The Pentagon's Pro-War Sock Puppets  by Anthony Gregory
Instead of Bombing Dictators, Stop Selling Them Bombs  by Medea Benjamin and Charles Davis
A Marriage Made in Hell  by Hossein Askari
Obama's Libyan War  by Jack Hunter
The Road to Hell  by David Rieff
Impeach Barack Obama  by John V. Walsh

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Germany in New Strains With Its Allies
The Horrors of Bagging Soldiers' Bodies in Iraq
Gates Reassures Egypt Over War in Neighboring Libya
WikiLeaks: Colombia Began Using US Drones for Counterterrorism in 2006
Justice Dept, SEC Cracking Down on US Companies Engaging in Bribery Abroad
Ready or Not, Iraq Ascends to Take Helm of Arab Bloc
30 Hurt in Bahrain Crackdown, Some Face Probe: Government
EU Envoy Defends Bahrain Police Amid Unrest
Are Bahrain's Medical Workers Being Persecuted?
US Issues New Warning Against Travel to Bahrain
Bahrain Airlines Stop Lebanon, Iran, Iraq Flights
Weakening Web of Tribal Support Softens Yemen Leader's Grip
Yemen's Opposition Rejects Saleh's Offer of Early Elections
Yemen Shuts Down Al-Jazeera
Britain Urging Citizens to Leave Yemen at Once
London Pulls Out All but 'Small Core' of Yemen Embassy Staff
Israeli PM Threatens 'Exchange of Blows' Amid Escalating Gaza Violence
Jerusalem Blast Raises Fears of Escalating Violence
Israel Tells Facebook: Remove Intifada Page
Egypt Warns Israel Against Military Action in Gaza
Jordan Warns Against Any Military Escalation After Jerusalem Blast
Kurdish Governor of Iraq's Kirkuk Resigns
Double Explosion Wounds 2 Civilians in Kirkuk
US Army Denies Missile Attack on Airbase in Thi-Qar
Calls to Close Arab Embassies in Iraq Under Debate
Iraqi Artists, Actors and Designers Try to Build New Lives in Jordan
Iraqi Clubs Told to Control Their Fans
Wednesday: 8 Iraqis Killed, 18 Wounded
US Hoping for Special UN Investigator on Iran
Four Charged in Plot to Export Jet Engines to Iran
Middle East
Syria: Simmering Unrest a Worry for Assad
UAE Boosts Military Pensions, Seen Pre-Empting Unrest
Gunmen Kidnap Seven Estonians in Lebanon
Arab Revolts Give Diplomats New Avenues
Thousands of Afghan Taliban Laying Down Arms: US
Afghans to Oversee Security in 7 Areas by July
Merkel Cabinet Approves AWACS for Afghanistan
Rocket Attack Kills Four, Wounds 17 in Pakistan
12 Policemen Injured in Hangu Blast
Indian PM Singh Battles Corruption Claims
Indian Prime Minister on Defensive Over WikiLeaks
South Korea Announces Major Live-Fire Drills
US Military Monitoring Japan Radiation: Gates
In Malaysia, Shi'ites Struggle to Practice Their Faith
Philippine Official: Military Graft 'Staggering'
The War at Home
Anthrax Letters Mailed by Bruce Ivins, Psychiatrists Agree
Panel Faults Army for Anthrax Attacks
US Reviews Nuke Arsenal With Eye to Cuts
Bomb Undiscovered for Weeks at Detroit Fed Building
Federal Court: Stolen Valor Act Unconstitutional
War on Libya
Libyan Rebel Insider Points to Weaknesses
Libyan Rebels Form 'Interim Government'
Admiral Says Gadhafi Troops Under Fire
Rebels Say 16 Dead in Misrata, Hospital Attacked
Coalition Hits Rebel-Held City of Misrata
Clinton: Gadhafi Could End Libya's Woes by Leaving
US Finds No Organized al-Qaeda Presence in Libya Opposition
Canadian Pilots Abort Bombing Over Risk to Libyan Civilians, Infrastructure
Coalition Aircraft Watching Qaddafi Son's Elite Unit, US Commander Says
Norway May 'Red Card' Plans for Libya, Ground F-16s
NATO Steps Up to Seize Gadhafi's Guns, Maybe More
Libya and the US
House Lawmakers Draft Legislation to Defund Libya Operations
Sen. Mike Lee on Libya: 'If This Drags on There Will Be Calls for Withholding Funding'
Rep. King: Military Campaign in Libya Ups Risk of Terror Attack
Pelosi: Libya Mission 'Strengthened' by Continued Consultations With Congress
Boehner to Obama: Lawmakers 'Troubled' by Intervention in Libya
Senate Democrats Defend Obama on Libya
Gates Says Up to Libyans to Settle Own Fate
US Extends Libya Sanctions to More Oil Companies
Sanctions in 72 Hours: How the US Pulled Off a Major Freeze of Libyan Assets
Current Conflict Reprises 1986 US-Libya Clash
Libya and the World
China Intensifies Condemnation of Libya Air Strikes
Report: Libyan Expatriates 'Plotting Revenge Attacks' in Britain
Medvedev Slams Putin's 'Inexcusable' Libya 'Crusade' Comments
Journalists' Calculations in Wartime Become Issue
UAE Withheld Libya Support Over Bahrain, Ex-Army Chief Says
Iraqiya MP Rebukes Iraq Government Over Supporting Intervention in Libya
Egypt's Ruling Generals Hand Down Interim Rules That Contain Promise of Elections
Egypt's Facebook Revolution Faces Identity Crisis
Amnesty Protests at 'Torture' of Female Protesters by Egyptian Military
Egyptian Stock Market Opens, Plunges
Troop Build-Up Seen in Flashpoint Zone Between North-South Sudan
Khartoum Denies Southern Accusations of Airstrikes
Tunisians, Free but Still Without Work, Look Toward Europe
Police and Youths Clash in Algeria Over Home Crisis
Report: Uganda Police Unit Tortures Suspects
Burkina Faso Soldiers Protest Prison Sentence, Injuring 10, Ministry Says
Zimbabwe Court Clears 'National Healing' Actors
Gates Fails to Bridge Gap on Missile Defense
Eiffel Tower Evacuated After Bomb Threat
US Military Aid to Colombia Serves to Enrich Defense Companies: WikiLeaks Founder

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