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'Good Friday Massacre': Police Kill 88 in Syria
  Easter Canceled in Syria
  Escalating Protests in Syria Put Obama Administration in a Bind
  Syria President Scraps Decades-Old Emergency Rule
Libya Stalemate Looms, Warns Mullen
  Obama Approves Drone Strikes in Libya
  Report: NATO Kills Seven Civilians in Tripoli Suburb Strike
  US Launches First Drone Attacks to Break Deadlock With Gadhafi
  Risks Rise as West 'Forced' to Expand Libya Mission
  Libya Govt Arming Civilians in Anticipation of NATO Invasion
US Drone Kills 26, Including Civilians, in Pakistan
  Pakistan Stops US Using Air Base to Fly Drones
  Official: US Could Launch Pakistan Drone Strikes From Afghanistan
  Pakistani Army Chief Slams Mullen as Relations Sour
  Karachi Blast Kills 16, Injures 35
Maliki Wants US Military Out of Iraq by December
Protest Over Manning Disrupts Obama Event
Yemeni President Rules Out Leaving Office
Obama's Plan: Palestinian State, Without Right of Return
Libya: Resisting the Siren Call of Creeping Intervention  by Doug Bandow
Lessons From Manning's Transfer Out of Quantico  by Glenn Greenwald
Earth to Trump: It's About the Warfare State, So Blame Bush  by Malou Innocent
Netanyahu's Visit and Its Precedents  by David Bromwich
The Danger of Ending the American Empire  by C.J. Maloney
Marching for Anzac in the 51st State  by John Pilger

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Supporters Plan Rally in June for WikiLeaks Suspect
Bahrain Security Forces 'Tortured Patients'
Clinton Compares Libya Campaign to 1999 Kosovo
Preventing the Arab Spring From Reaching Western Sahara
McClatchy-Marist Poll: Voters Split on Libya
Nation's Mood at Lowest Level in Two Years: Poll
Internet Freedom Report Puts Estonia First, Iran Last
In Syria, Protesters and Government Mobilize for Friday
Prominent Dissident Writer Says Country Is Ripe for Change
Gulf Plan Offers Yemen President 30 Days to Quit
Violence Spreads in Yemen as Foreign Diplomats Struggle to End the Crisis
Ban on Baghdad Street Protests Angers Iraqis
Raid on Refugee Camp in Iraq Raises Questions
Curfew in Mosul Ahead of Strike, Officials Blame Security Threat
Saddam Confidant Tariq Aziz Is Acquitted in 1994 Assassination
Death Penalty for Three Saddam-Era Spies
Iraqiya MP Expects Location for Arab Summit Will Be Changed From Baghdad
7 People Wounded in Armed Attack in Baghdad
Iraq Has Doubled Its Electricity Capacity
Thursday: 8 Iraqis Killed, 17 Wounded
Abbas in Paris as France Mulls Recognizing Palestine
Terror Warning: Hezbollah to Attack Israelis Abroad
Israel, US, Germany Warn Relief Flotilla Not to Proceed to Gaza
Israel: New Gaza Flotilla Has Ties to Hamas
Quick to Report Gadhafi's Use of 'Cluster Bombs' the NYT Called White Phosphorus a 'Standard, Legal Weapon' When Israel Dropped It on Gaza
Red Cross Official: Gaza Isn't Experiencing a Humanitarian Crisis
Israeli Intellectuals Back Palestinian State
Abbas: US Would Be Illogical to Block Independent Palestinian State
Protesters for and Against Palestinian State Clash in Tel Aviv
Iran Arrests Eight Terrorists
Chinese Company Selling Chemical Weapons Equipment to Iran
Middle East
Jordan Refers 136 Salafists to Court on Terror Charges
Kurds Renew Their Movement for Rights and Respect in Turkey
Over 160 Saudi Activists Arrested Since February: Report
Belarus' President Lukashenko Blames Democracy for Terror Bombing
Scottish Police Warn of Two More Parcel Bombs Amid Sectarian Soccer Attacks
Spain's Release of ETA Convict Causes Uproar
New Guidelines Issued for Travel to Cuba
Driving Mexico's 'Highway of Death'
Secretary Clinton Urges Patience in Libya War
Libyan Rebels Seize Western Border Crossing, as Fighting in Mountains Intensifies
Gadhafi Warns Against NATO Ground Troops
Clinton: Gadhafi May Be Using Cluster Bombs
Russia: NATO Has Overstepped UN Mandate on Libya
Tunisia Voices 'Annoyance' to Libya Over Border Shelling Incident
Journalist Jailed in Libya Calls Family
Mitt Romney, John Bolton Bash Obama for 'Mission Creep' in Libya
Cameron Rules Out Libyan Occupation Role
Oil Said to Be Key to Libyan Rebels' Fortunes
McCain Says NATO Losing Ground in Libya
More Sellers Than Buyers in Benghazi Gold Bazaar
Christian Governor Must Go, South Egypt Protesters Say
Egypt Orders Pharaoh Mubarak's Name Stripped Off
Egypt to End the Ubiquity of Mubarak
Egyptian Islamists Call for Release of Blind Sheik Imprisoned in US for Plotting NY Attacks
Nigeria Leader Says Polls to Continue Despite Riots
Ugandan Opp Leader Held, Protests Spread
Al Shabaab Arrests Volunteer Doctors, Nurses in South Somalia
Pakistan Army Accuses US of 'Negative Propaganda'
2 NATO Tankers Attacked in Bolan
Sri Lanka
UN: Sri Lanka's Crushing of Tamil Tigers May Have Killed 40,000 Civilians
Sri Lanka Warns UN Not to Publish War Crimes Report
Big Bomb Found Near Indonesia Church; 19 Arrested
Indonesia Arrests Six Over 'Book Bombs'
Pentagon Chief Says This Year Critical for Afghanistan
North Koreans Accuse South of Kidnapping, Beatings
Thai, Cambodian Troops in New Border Clash
Police Clamp Down on Truckers Protesting in China
World Bank Faults Itself for Slow Progress in East Timor
Kyrgyz Parliament Sacrifices Seven Sheep to Expel 'Evil Spirits'
US Military
US Military Hands Over Pro-Taliban Captive to Germany
Insiders' Choice for Department of Defense: Leon Panetta
Army, Navy Add Citizenship Option to Boot Camp
Fort Campbell Soldier Dies After Collapsing During Physical Training Exercise on Post

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Feels Like Armageddon

Ivan Eland
Across-the-Board Cuts Are the Only Road to Budget Reduction

Charles V. Peņa
You Cannot Be Serious

Philip Giraldi
Goldstone Recants, Gaza Dies

Nebojsa Malic

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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