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Updated May 15, 2011 - 11:23 PM EDT
20 'Nakba' Protesters Die as Israeli Troops Attack
White House Divided Over US-Pak Relationship
 
  US, Pakistan Rift Over bin Laden Deepens
  Pakistan's Parliament Condemns US Raid, Threatens Sanctions
  Pakistan May Cut NATO's Afghan Supply Line
  Angry Pakistan Drops Intelligence Sharing With West
  Miami Feds Indict 6 on Charges of Supporting Pakistani Taliban
Libya Buries Imams It Says NATO Killed in Strike
 
  NATO Cannot Confirm Causing Civilian Deaths but Issues No Denial
  Western Officials: Gadhafi Hoping That 'Dignified' Exit Will Halt Strikes
  White House Dashes Rebel Hopes of Recognition
  Gadhafi Says He Is Beyond NATO's Reach
War Fatigue Growing Among House Republicans
For 2nd Time in 3 Days, NATO Kills Afghan Child
Death Toll Mounts as Syria Extends Crackdown on Protesters
Viewpoints
Flow of Foreign Aid Into Mideast Is Causing Violence and Extremism  by Shikha Dalmia
Don't Get Too Excited About That Afghanistan Drawdown  by David Swanson
No End to the 'War on Terror,' No End to Guantánamo  by Andy Worthington
The Defense Authorization Bill Is Awful  by Benjamin H. Friedman
What's So Important About a Declaration of War?  by Tom Mullen
Bin Laden Mission Evokes More Questions Than Answers  by David Sirota

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Frontline
Blackwater Founder Forms Secret Army for Arab State
Omani Forces Arrest Protesters After Clashes
The Slap That Sparked a Revolution
IMF Head Arrested in New York
Feds Drop Major Drug Cases Against Head Shops for Lack of 'Terrorism Support' Evidence
 
Violence Continues
Target Killings Claim 5 More Lives in Karachi
Pakistan Bomb Death Toll Rises to 89
Pakistan: Police Say Bus Bomb Kills Six in Kharian
Kerry: Pakistan Can Be Better Ally Against Terror
Pakistan Should Not Accept 'US Unilateralism': Nawaz
Quetta Nervous About US Hunt for Mullah Omar
Pasha Had Argument in US Over CIA Actions in Pakistan
ISI Sought Formal Accord on Ties With CIA: ISI Chief
Chicago Trial May Unmask Pakistan's Links to Militants
The Killing of bin Laden
Bin Laden's Death May Spur Fresh Terror: Regional Body
Watchdog Group Sues Pentagon for Photos of bin Laden's Body
Pentagon: No Quick Review of bin Laden Photos' Bid
Unreleased bin Laden Audio Message Called 'Puzzling'
Big Love: bin Laden Tried to Keep Wives Separate but Equal
Osama's Diabolical Plan for Secure E-Mail: Thumb Drives
Obama Found on 'Hit List' Seized in Raid as US Questions Late Leader's Wives
Navy Seals Wanted to 'Kick Ass' in Pakistan: Bush
Did bin Laden Really Have Secret Porn Stash?
Amnesty International Questions bin Laden's Killing by US
Afghanistan
One Killed in Violent Protests in Eastern Afghanistan
USAID Classifies Kabul Bank Corruption Report....too Late
US Senator Kerry in Afghanistan, Pakistan Next
All Options Open to Get Omar: Sen Kerry
China/Taiwan/Tibet
China and US Grapple With Military Mistrust
Taiwan Angry as WHO Calls It a 'Province of China'
China 'Will Not Talk' to New Tibetan Leader
China Delays UN Report That Suggests North Korea Violated Sanctions
Bob Dylan Denies China Censored His Choice of Songs
Chinese Generals' Tour of American Military Posts a Beacon of Thawing Tensions
Asia
North Korea, Iran Trade Missile Technology: UN Report
2 Suspects, Vendor Killed in Indonesia Terror Raid
Punjab Police Arrests Militant, Recovers Arms and Ammunition From Hideout
Britain
British Ex-Chiefs Welcome Military Covenant 'Law'
Trident: Plans to Buy State-of-the-Art Reactors Will Add to £20bn Cost
Belarus
Belarus Jails Opposition Leader for 5 Years
Opposition Trial Is New Low for Belarus: Britain
Europe
Irish Terrorists Attempt to Buy Missiles
EU Queries Danish Plan to Tighten Border Controls
Greek Officials Urge Calm After Racist Attacks
Americas
New President Takes Power in Struggling Haiti
Nicaragua Court Postpones Hearing for American Real Estate Agent Accused of Money Laundering
Election-Related Violence in Oaxacan Indigenous Community Leaves at Least 8 People Dead
US Military
Rising Prostate Cancer Rate Seen in US Servicemen
Defense Spending Slowdown Forces Northrop Grumman to Cut 200
F-35 Fighter Falls Short in Flying Range, Pentagon Report Says
Americans Still Dying
Mother of Texas Soldier: 'I Just Want to Know What Happened'
Oregon Soldier From Was to Have Come Home From Iraq in May
Lancaster (PA) Soldier Killed by IED in Afghanistan
Soldier From Jacksonville (FL) Remembered as Quiet, Respectful
California Soldier Killed in Vehicle Wreck Yearned to to See Family
Westfield (NY) Says Goodbye to Soldier Killed in Afghanistan
Funeral for Florida Marine Remembered as Loving Husband, Father of Two
Slain Jacksonville (FL) Soldier Described as Quiet, Respectful
Iowa Soldier Evacuated From Afghanistan Dies Stateside From Non-Combat Related Illness
Funeral for Florida Marine Remembered as Loving Husband, Father of Two
Redding (CA) Soldier Killed by IED Is Laid to Rest
Insurgent Attack in Iraq Kills Chesterfield (MI) Soldier
Redding (CA) Soldier Killed by Afghan IED Is Laid to Rest
 
Libya
Gadhafi Taunt: I'm 'in a Place Where You Can't Get Me'
Libyan Opposition Leader Meets French President
Migrant: Many Ships Failed to Aid Libyan Refugees
Flood of North African Refugees to Italy Ends EU Passport-Free Travel
Tunisian Migrants Sail to Tiny Italian Island; Boat Fleeing Libya Reaches Sicily
Egypt
Two Egyptian Protesters Shot, Blast Near Sinai Tomb
Egypt's Sectarian Clashes Threaten Peace
Egypt to Review Trial Procedures, Free Protesters
Christian-Muslim Affair Tests Egypt's Revolution
Presidential Hopeful Questioned by Egyptian Military Rulers Over Slander Allegation
Eritreans 'Being Tortured in Egypt's Sinai for Ransom'
Gag Order in Case of Egyptian Spying for Israel
A Muslim Brotherhood Leader on bin Laden, Israel and Egypt's Elections
Official: Egypt's Ex-First Lady Suzanne Mubarak Is Better After Treatment for 'Panic Attack'
Nigeria
2 Killed in Latest Blast in Nigeria's Northeast Blamed on Radical Muslim Sect Boko Haram
Nigeria Gunmen Kidnap Briton and Italian in Kebbi
Africa
In Tunisia, Ennahda Party's Strength Causes Fears of Islamic Power
Somali Islamists Warn Ugandans Over Museveni
Syria
Syrian Forces Shoot Dead Four in Border Town
'New Violence' Near Homs Amid Talks Call
Hundreds of Syrians Flee Into Lebanon
Witnesses: Soldiers Shell Syrian Border Town Amid Refugee Flight
Bahrain
Bahrain Envoy: Bid for Talks After Emergency Rule
Malaysian PM Would Send Peacekeepers to Bahrain
Yemen
Six Yemeni Soldiers Killed in Tribal Revenge Attack
Gunmen Fire on Yemen Protesters, Wound 35
Palestine/Israel
Abbas Says May Step Down if Statehood Achieved
Palestinians, Israeli Troops Clash Over Teen Death
Palestinians Made Your Peace Efforts Difficult, Netanyahu Tells Mitchell
Abbas: Palestinians Will Never Neglect 'Right of Return'
Hundreds in Jaffa Take to the Streets to Mark Nakba Day
French Lawyer Reveals Himself as Source of Palestine Papers
UN Calls to End Forced Displacement Ahead of Palestinian Protests
Israel's Neighbors Prepare 'Nakba Day' Events
Iraq
Karbala: First Iraqi Province to Witness Complete US Military Withdrawal
Iraqi Officer's Detention by US Army, Violation to Iraq-US Agreement, Wassit Spokesman Says
Mystery of the Helicopter That Landed at Scene of Dr. Kelly's Death After His Body Was Found
Kidnapped Man Held for $100k Ransom in Iraq; Official Says He Was Targeted Because Christian
Baghdad's Buildings Erupt in Riot of Color
GIs Are Losing Their Joe in Iraq
Saturday: 21 Iraqis Killed, 3 Wounded
Iran
Iran President Sacks 3 Ministers in Power Struggle
Iranian President's Spiritual Mentor Criticizes Him for His Role in Internal Power Struggle
Iran Militia Trains for Anti-Regime Protests: Report
Turkey
Turkish Troops Kill 12 Kurdish Rebels
Turkey Wants Names of Israelis Who Stormed Flotilla: Report
Report: Turkey Threatens to Leave UN Gaza Flotilla Inquiry Panel Over 'Israel-Favored' Draft
'War on Terror'
US Synagogue 'Not Legitimate Terror Case'
Members of Miami Mosque React to Arrests
Staying One Step Ahead in the War on Terror
4 Men Get Preliminary Terrorism Charges in France
Activist Who Supports Soldier in WikiLeaks Case Sues US Over Seizure of Laptop
Weekend Reviews
Hail to the Tyrant
America's Greatest Enemy: Pious, Brave, Generous, and Intelligent?
 
Columnists

Justin Raimondo
5/13/2011
Remember Iraq?

Nebojsa Malic
5/13/2011
Whose Victory?

Philip Giraldi
5/12/2011
Osama bin Laden Transfigured

Ivan Eland
5/11/2011
'Unprovoked' Attacks, From 1812 to 9/11

Kelley B. Vlahos
5/10/2011
America the Immature and Superficial

Charles V. Peña
4/15/2011
You Cannot Be Serious

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

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

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

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