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2 US Troops Killed by Afghanistan Drone Attack

African Union: Gadhafi Agrees to Peace Plan
  Libya Rebels Spurn African Peace Plan Without Gadhafi Exit
  Rebel Defenses 'Failing' as Gadhafi Forces Move Toward Benghazi
  Battle for Rebel Town Goes on as Foreign Powers Urge a Ceasefire
  NATO Shrugs Off Human Shields, Attacks Libya Forces
Ivory Coast: French Forces Capture Gbagbo
Tentative Ceasefire Takes Hold in Gaza
  Arab League Calls for No-Fly Zone Over Gaza
  Sudan Says Found Proof of Israeli Strike
Pentagon's Second Thoughts on Iraq Withdrawal
  Sadr Warns US Against Staying in Iraq
  63 Percent of People Killed in Iraq War Were Civilians: Report
In TV Speech, Mubarak Denies Abuse of Power
  Tensions High as Egypt Protesters Accuse Army of Turning on Them
Protests Grow in Coastal Syrian Town
Ignoring Imperial History Licenses the West to Repeat It  by Seumas Milne
When Intervention Is Easy  by Harvey Sapolsky and Benjamin H. Friedman
Obama's Anti-Terror Architecture Too Much Like Bush's  Los Angeles Times
The Imperial Leader at War  by Steve Chapman
Chalmers Johnson vs. the Empire  by Sheila Johnson and Tom Engelhardt
Libya After the NATO Invasion  by Mahmood Mamdani

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Bradley Manning Treatment May Be 'Illegal and Unconstitutional'
A Poster Boy for Suicide Prevention Becomes Another Statistic
Senate Panel Proposes That Leakers of Classified Information Lose Pensions
US Cable Companies Aren't Budging on Al Jazeera
Libya at War
Battle Intensifies as Gadhafi Troops Move on Rebel City
NATO Bombs Gadhafi Forces Attacking Key Rebel Town
12 Killed in Assault on Libyan Rebels
Libya Prepares Constitution, Mum on Gadhafi
Release of Journalists in Libya May Be Near, News Agency Says
Several Thousand Migrants Stranded in Misrata: Red Cross
Gadhafi's Handling of Media Shows Regime's Flaws
Another Side of Libya, Where the War Seems Far Away
Libya and the World
Support for US Military Action in Libya Down to 39% With 37% Opposed
North Korea Orders Nationals in Libya 'Not to Return'
In Libya, an Odd-Couple Alliance Between France and the US
Police Meet With Libyan Defector on Lockerbie Bombing
Clegg Edits Out His Libya Connection
Ivory Coast
Ivory Coast Mercenaries 'Are Burning People Alive'
UN Military Forces Retaliate in Ivory Coast
Egyptian Army Beats Protesters
Egyptians Try to Rip Down Israeli Flag From Embassy
Mubarak Summoned for Questioning Over Crackdown
Egypt's Army to Replace Mubarak-Era Governors
Israeli Military Prepares for Another Attack on Gaza
Israel to Continue Fighting 'Terror in Gaza' Despite Hamas Ceasefire Plea
Hamas Pleads With Israel for End to Cross-Border Rocket Attacks
Turkey Condemns IDF Gaza Attacks as 'Excessive and Disproportionate'
IDF Official: Gaza Seeing Economic Growth
Middle East
Thousands of Lebanese March Against Confessionalism
Saudi Unemployed Graduates Protest, Demand Jobs
Iran Official Says Pipeline Blast Caused by 'Sabotage'
Dubai Blogger and Activist Ahmed Mansour Arrested
OSCE Study: Turkey Leads World in Imprisoning Journalists
Harper Says Canada Exempt From Rising F-35 Costs
Walid Makled's Extradition Case Highlights Warming Venezuela-Colombia Ties
Anti-Western Messages Grow Among Afghanistan's Imams
War Pulls Apart Afghan Families
Bomb Kills 3 Tribal Elders in Western Afghanistan
War in Afghanistan Is Destabilizing Pakistan, Says President
Altaf Calls Rally in Punjab 'Onset of Revolution'
Pakistan Says Seven Militants Killed in Swat
Musharraf Abandons Plans to Return to Pakistan
Presence of US Troops in Luisita Questioned
Filipino Troops Defuse 3rd Bomb After Hostel Blast
Christian Worshipers 'Detained' in China
China Tells US to Quit as Human Rights Judge
China and US Gang Up on North Korea
Thai 'Red Shirts' Rally to Commemorate Bangkok Unrest
Assad Loyalists Fire at Sunni Muslims in Syrian City
Witness Says 4 Protesters Killed in Syria
Syrian Army Uses Troops and Tanks to Seal Off Protests
Syria Says Army Unit Ambushed in Banias, One Killed
Gulf States Call on Yemen's President to Transfer Power
Gulf Nations Repeat Offer to Mediate Crisis in Yemen
Thousands of Yemeni Protesters Cancel March Toward UN Mission in Sanaa, Fearing Army Reprisal
Bahrain Activist to Be Prosecuted Over Photos of Dead Protester
Bahrain Prosecutor to Question Former Editors of Main Opposition Newspaper Al Wasat
Maliki's Party Leaders Call for His Removal
Iraqi Officials: 6 Killed in Bombings, Assassinations in Baghdad
Cleric Muqtada al-Sadr Calls for Open Sit-In Demo to Force US Forces Out of Iraq
Iraqi Scientists, Doctors Fall Prey to Target Killings
About 3,000 Iraqi Detainees in Diyala Suffer From Human Rights Violations, MP Says
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