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Opposition to Obama’s Libya War Grows
  While Libya War Grows, Obama Team Denies It's a War
  Allies Are Split on Goal and Exit Strategy of Libya Mission
  Setback for Sarkozy as NATO Wins Command of Libyan Campaign
  McCain Met Gadhafi in 2009, Recommended US Military Aid for Libya
Airstrikes Fail to Deter Gadhafi Forces
  UN Chief: Libya Officials, Opposition Meeting
  Many Libyans Appear to Back Gadhafi
  Libya's Biggest Tribe Joins March of Reconciliation to Benghazi
  Libya Govt Says 100 Civilians Killed by Coalition Air Strikes
Gates Calls for Syrian Forces to Move Aside
  Protests Surge as Syria 'Considers Reforms'
Mubarak Supporters, Opponents Clash in Cairo
  Gates Assures Egypt on Sustained US Aid
  Egypt Criminalizes Strikes That Affect Economy, Enraging Activists
  Secular Coalition 'Too Disorganized' to Win Egyptian Referendum
Pakistan President Asks US to Stop Drone Attacks
  331 US Officials May Leave Pakistan Under Secret Deal Over Davis
Yemen Tense as Capital Sees Huge Rival Rallies
NATO Air Strike Kills 2 Afghan Civilians
Obama's FBI: Agents Can Delay Miranda Warnings for Some
How Killing Libyans Became a Moral Imperative  by Patrick J. Buchanan
Attack on Libya: The Barbarism of Buffoons  by Brendan O'Neill
Why the Libyan War Is Unconstitutional  by John Samples
The Libya Show  by Ron Jacobs
10 Reasons the US Should Leave Libya NOW  by Bonnie Kristian
The War Machine on the East River  by William Norman Grigg

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US Grants Visa to Afghan Activist After Row
Antiwar Attorney Leonard Weinglass Dies at 78
Serbia Marks Anniversary of Start of NATO Bombing
WikiLeaks Furor Shows US Walking Fine Line Between Defending Diplomats, Appeasing Allies
Number of Displaced People Hits Global High
UN Rights Body Ditches Religious 'Defamation' Idea
20,000 Deraa Protesters March at Funeral
Syrian Activists: Death Toll in Anti-Govt Protests 100
Syria Moves to Crush Growing Protests
Syrian People Outraged Over Government Shootings in Daraa
Syria Releases All Protesters Jailed in Past Month
Syria's Bashar Al-Assad Faces Most Serious Unrest of His Tenure
Graphic Footage Surfaces After Daraa Clashes
Syrian Forces 'Open Fire on Protesters'
Video: Syrian Soldiers Attack Protesters in Deraa
Spiralling Syria Death Toll Reports 'Disturbing'
Profile of Deraa and Hawran Region
Head of Yemen's Top Tribe Tells President to Go
Yemeni President Faces Fewer Options
Yemen's Leader in Talks on Exit but Still Defiant
Yemen's President Says to Transfer Power Peacefully
Yemen Says Al-Jazeera Shut for 'False' Footage
Dubai Police Stop Yemen-Bound Shipment of Weapons
Yemen General Says Has No Desire for Office
Bahrain Unrest Brings Economy to Standstill
Bahraini Man Dies of Wounds After Crackdown
Bahrain Fends Off Charge of Pressing Crackdown
Bahrain's Foreign Minister Says Country Is at 'Very Dangerous Stage'
Saudi Arabia
Searching for Reforms in King Abdullah's Saudi Arabia
Saudis to Hold Municipal Elections in Rare Vote
Saudi Rights Group Calls for Release of Shi'ite Detainees
US Group Stirs Debate on Being 'Pro-Israel'
Netanyahu: Israel's Reaction to Rocket Attacks Will Be Measured
Israel Strikes Arms Depot in Gaza Following Palestinian Rocket Fire
US Defense Chief in Israel in Wake of Bombing
Israel Violence Complicates Gates' Call for Peace
Two Palestinian Rockets 'Hit Israeli City of Ashdod'
Russia Seeks Palestinian Reconciliation to Bolster Mideast Role
British Woman Identified as Fatality in Jerusalem Bombing
Lieberman: West Should Deal With Iran and Syria Like Libya
Netanyahu: Israel, Russia to Face Common Threat if Radical Islamist Regimes Acquire Nukes
Israel 'Will Not Tolerate Terrorist Attacks': Barak
Israeli Court Extends Remand of Gazan Engineer Detained in Ukraine
Israel's Iron Dome Anti-Missile System Heads South
Riot Erupts at Iraq Detention Center
In Iraq, US Special Forces Gearing Up to Leave
Border Disputes Wreck Iraq Fishermen's Livelihoods
Iraqi Kurdistan Building 11 Dams, 28 More Planned
Thursday: 8 Iraqis Killed, 11 Wounded
Hundreds of Jordanians Set Up Protest Camp in Capital
King of Jordan Urges His Government to Speed Up Reforms
Turkey Seizes Draft Copies of Journalist's Book
Turkey Puts F-35 Order on Hold Over US Refusal to Share Technology
Middle East
Obama Struggles on Mideast Policy as Crises Mount
UN Human Rights Body Approves Investigator on Iran
Lebanon: Search Is on for Kidnapped Foreigners
Fujairah Sees Boom as Alternative to Hormuz Passage
Bodies of Two Baloch Missing Persons Found; Security Agencies Blamed
3 NATO Trailers Torched in Balochistan
Pakistan Worries Being Mercenary Hub
Suicide Car Bomb Blast Kills Eight in Hangu
9 More Killed in Target Killings in Karachi
US Congressmen Call on President Zardari
Bomb Explosion Damages Quetta Express
Three Rockets Leave Four Dead in Quetta
Two Militants Killed in Naushera
Eight Militants Killed in Orakzai
Pakistan: Three Injured in Grenade Attack
Interpol Says Foiled Militant Attack on Cricket World Cup
Security on High as Pakistan Plays First Cricket Match in India Since Mumbai Attacks
General Warns of Taliban Fightback
Defense Task Force on Afghanistan Development Unravels
6th Time's the Charm? NATO Tries, Again, to Train Afghan Militias
Two UK Soldiers Die in Afghan Blast
Taliban Stop Cell Phone Signals in Key Afghan Province
US Promises Better Teamwork on Afghan Drug Raids
Australian Defense Minister Apologizes to Afghan Ambassador for Soldiers' Racist Slurs
Security Council Extends UN Mandate in Afghanistan for Another Year
South Korean Island Opposes Anti-North Leaflet Launch
UN Renews Mandate of Envoy to Probe Abuses in North Korea
Nine North Korean 'Refugees' Arrive in South
North Koreans to Talk With Ex-US Envoys in Germany
Carter to Visit North Korea, Not Carrying US Message
UN: 6 Million North Koreans Need Food Aid
Myanmar: Thailand Could Help Curb Karen Insurgents
No Proof Thai Troops Killed Reuters Cameraman: Police
The Lady Will See You in Myanmar as Suu Kyi Shows Land Besieged
War on Libya
NATO Vows to Enforce Libya Embargo 'Robustly'
NATO Will Take Over Libya War 'on the Fly'
French Jets Take Out Libyan Plane
France: Libya Operation May Last Weeks, Not Months
'Kinetic Military Action' or 'War'?
Qatar's Decision to Send Planes to Libya Is Part of a High-Stakes Game
Who's Who in the International Coalition
US General Ham Thrust Into Libya Command Spotlight
Video: Libyan Base 'Hit by Coalition'
Actual Cylons Roam the Skies Above Libya
Canadian Patrol Planes to Join Libya Mission
Today in Libya
Libyan Rebels Appear to Take Leaf From Gadhafi's Playbook
Newsmen Shown Charred Corpses After Western Strikes on Tripoli
Gadhafi Loyalists in Ajdabiya 'Seeking to Surrender'
Libyans on the Move
Report: Libyan Rebels Kill 30 Snipers in Misrata
On the Ground in Libya: Rebels With a Cause, but Little Else
In Libya, Companies Collide With Corruption
Libya and the US
White House Plans Private Briefing on Libya for Congress Next Week
White House Defends Consultation With Congress on Libya
In US Poll, 60 Percent Back Libya Military Action
Clinton to Go to London for Libya Talks
US Republicans Question Purpose of Libya Military Mission
House GOP Leader: Congress Feels Left Out by Obama on Libya Strikes
Kucinich Warns Obama That He's Going After Funding for Libya
Barney Frank Isn't Buying Case on Libya
Audio: Dennis Kucinich Battles Libya Bombing
In Libya Intervention, No Use for the United States' Costly, Much-Touted F-22 Fighter Jet
Libya and the World
North Korea Suggests Libya Should Have Kept Nuclear Program
Arab Countries on the Sidelines in Libya Campaign
Who Sold Libya Its Supermissiles?
Turkey 'Sought Libyan Peace Plan but Undermined by Bombing'
Czech Military Will Stay Out of Libyan Operation
Europe Doesn't Hit Oil Companies in Libya as Hard as the US Does
Sacked Ambassador Stokes Russian Tension Over Libya
Medvedev Tells Obama to Avoid Civilian Casualties in Libya
Sri Lanka Condemns US-Led Air Strikes on Libya
International Court Expects Libyan Prosecution
Germany Presses for 'Total' Oil Embargo on Libya
Germans Voice Disquiet Over Absence From Libya Military Action
Eurofighter's Combat Debut in Libya May Boost Sales of $106 Million Plane
Islamist Group Is Rising Force in a New Egypt
Egypt's Revolutionary Generation Struggles With the Next Step
Egypt Market Suspended as Stocks Crash
Egypt Tells Israel It Is Committed to Peace Treaty
Egypt Lifts Curbs on Politics in Post-Mubarak Era
Gates: Egypt's New Groups Need Time to Organize
Morocco Teachers Say Beaten by Police During Rally
Moroccan Minister Warns US to Back 'Arab Spring' Democracies
Ivory Coast
Ivory Coast: West Africa Bloc Calls on UN to Oust Gbagbo
Ivory Coast Violence 'Kills 52 in One Week'
UN Should Do More to Stop Ivory Coast Violence: France
Kenyan Forces Enter Somalia?
Deserters From Somali Insurgency Find Little Help
Surge in Sudan Violence Raises Worry Independence Won't Bring Peace
Main Rivals of Nigeria's President Shun TV Debate With Him
Serbian Nationalists Angry Over NATO Conference
Belarus: Lukashenko Rival Granted Czech Asylum
Germany Scraps Military Conscription
UN Envoy: Billions to Pay if Cyprus Talks Fail
Protests Turn Violent in Brussels as Summit Nears
Russian Court Convicts 6 in Freighter Hijacking
Ukraine's Former President Defiant as He Is Questioned Over Reporter's Murder
EU Victim of Eve-of-Summit Cyber Attack: Official
Drug Wars Push Deeper Into Central America
Baby Doc Taken to Haiti Hospital After Falling Ill
Fidel Castro Apologizes After Party Post Comments Caused a Stir
'War on Terror'
Anthrax Redux: FBI Admits to Holes in Its Biggest Case Ever
US Designates al-Qaeda Bomb Maker as a Terrorist
US Agencies Respond to Cyberattack on Information Security Firm
For al-Qaeda, Detroit Was Just the Cheapest Flight
Guantanamo Prosecutors Apologize for Comparing Seminoles to al-Qaeda
Man Accused of Leaving Explosive at US Building
CIA Psychologist's Notes Reveal True Purpose Behind Bush's Torture Program
NY Judge Asked to Toss Temple Plot Conviction
US Military
US European Command: No Uniforms Off Base
Defense Dept. Orders Work Stoppage on Alternate F-35 Engine Program
DADT Dismissals Hit All-Time Low in 2010

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Radio Talk-Show Host Critical of Government Shot Dead in Manila
Vietnam Deports 3 US Activists Who Joined Protest

Justin Raimondo
Conservatives Challenge Obama Over Libya

Philip Giraldi
Neocon Foreign Policy

Ivan Eland
Buy Two Wars, Get Another for Half Price

Kelley B. Vlahos
Bin Laden Propagandist Gets First-Rate Appeal

Nebojsa Malic
To the Shores of Tripoli

Charles V. Peņa
Nukes for South Korea?

Ran HaCohen
West Bank Neighbors: Chronicles of Death

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

Alan Bock
How Brainy Is Obama?

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