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House Rejects Libya Pullout, OKs Weaker Bill
  House Rejects Sherman Amendment to Defund NATO Ops in Libya
  White House Pushes Back on Efforts to End Libya War
  Gates Slams Kucinich Over 'Dangerous' Call to End Libya War
  Mercenaries Joining Both Sides in Libya Conflict
Scores Killed as Protests Grow in Syria
Taliban Border Attack Kills 72 in Pakistan
  Mullen: US Training Cuts in Pakistan 'Significant'
Yemen President Injured in Attack on Palace
  Tribal Fighters March on Yemeni Capital
  Yemen on Brink of Civil War as US Urges President to Step Down
  Yemen 101: Who's Who in the Escalating Conflict
21 Killed as Blasts Rock Central Iraq City
  US Lawmakers: Iraq Not Ready to Stand on Own
Afghan Drawdown Plan 'Not Ready' Mullen Insists
  Petraeus Vows to Reduce Civilian Casualties to 'Absolute Minimum'
  US General Refuses to Budge on Afghan Mission
  Record NATO Deaths in Early Afghan Fighting Season
House Passes $42 Billion Homeland Security Bill
17 Civilians Killed as AU Attacks Somali Market
100 Civilians Killed in Sudan Region
The WH/Politico Attack on Seymour Hersh  by Glenn Greenwald
Are Palestinian Children Less Worthy?  by Joseph Massad
An Open Letter to the Troops: You're Not Defending Our Freedoms  by Jacob G. Hornberger
Torture's Comeback  by Chase Madar
Good Revolutions Gone Bad  by Ted Galen Carpenter
Netanyahu's 'No' Speech Could Spur a Resounding 'Yes'  by Shlomo Shamir

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House Vote on Sherman Amend. to Halt Libya Ops
Is Libyan Op Illegal Now?
Army Judges Weigh Military Trials for Civilians
Senators Sound Alarm Over PATRIOT Act Extension
Gates Discusses Bolstering Asian Security
Time Running Out for Two-State Solution
Worse by the Day in Jerusalem
Boehner Says Obama Needs to Better Explain Overseas Military Missions
Feud Within Key Yemen Tribe Could Tear Nation Apart
Thousands Flee Yemeni Capital as Battles Rage
Elite Yemeni Families at Center of Clashes
Fighting in Yemen Capital Threatens Airport
Chaos in Yemen Drives Economy to Edge of Ruin
Yemen Fighting Intensifies, Envoy Brennan in Talks
Syrian Opposition Calls for Ouster of Assad
UN Experts Say Syria Has Unleashed Systematic Attacks on Civilians
Syria Continues Attacks on Protesters While Calling for Dialogue
Iraq Denies Role in US-Syrian Mediation
Turkey Talks to Syrian Dissidents and Warns Assad: 'Time Is Running Out'
YouTube Reinstates Blocked Video of Child Allegedly Tortured in Syria
Ex-Israeli Spymaster Takes Swipe at Netanyahu
Netanyahu: Israel Will Defend Its Sovereignty Against Planned Border Protests
Israeli PM Orders Restraint if Arabs Rush Border
Israel Arrests Hamas MP, Other Activists
Group Calls for Rally to Liberate Shebaa Farms
Israeli Settlers, Police Clash at West Bank Outpost
French Minister Bids to Revive Middle East Talks
Romney: Obama Hurting US-Israel Ties
Bahrain Lobbies to Retain Grand Prix as Formula One Staff Are Held and Abused
Bahrain Wary of Protests Before Formula One Ruling
Bahrain's 'Martyr' Protest Poet Brought Before Tribunal
Iraq Protest Clouds Loom
Sunni Fears Grow Over Sadr's Resurgence
Families of 4 Jailed Pro-Democracy Protesters Plead for Access
Iraq Arrests Seen as Effort to Squelch More Protests
While Some Iraqis Head Home, Others Still Fear Violence
Iraqi PM Orders Probe Into State-Run Trade Bank of Iraq
Iraqi Youth Fret Over Scarce Jobs, Tired of War
Thursday: 13 Iraqis Killed, 41 Wounded
Middle East
Ahmadinejad Names Ally Interim Oil Minister After Row
Lebanon Seals Off Israel Border Ahead of Planned Demonstrations
In Other News
Poll: Most Australians Think War on Terrorism Failing
Gates: Obama Aimed for Unity on National Security
Julian Assange Wins Martha Gellhorn Journalism Prize
Dying to Cover the Drug War
Mexico Uncovers Possible US Soldiers' Remains
Mexican Teens Turn to Kidnapping in Drug War City
1 German Soldier Dead, 5 Wounded When Tank Hit by Roadside Bomb in Afghanistan
Polish Soldier Killed in Afghanistan
Three Killed in Attack on Afghan Road Project
Russia, US to Build Helicopter Maintenance Center in Afghanistan
NATO: Former bin Laden Associate Captured
In Kabul's Only Synagogue, Afghan Merchants Open Up Shop
Pakistan's bin Laden Probe Falters Before It Even Starts
Pakistan Conveys Concern to Kabul After Militant Raid
Headley's Testimony May Fray US-Pakistan Ties
US and Pakistan Form an Anti-Terror Squad
After Three Decades of Silence, US Soldiers Say They Buried Toxic Agent Orange in South Korea
US Envoy Voices Concerns on North Korea Food Aid
Pentagon Chief Denies US Wants to 'Hold China Down'
China Crackdown Recalls Tiananmen: Rights Groups
Sri Lanka Army Chief Says Execution Video Doctored
US Military Chief 'Open' to Ideas on Japan Base
Map: NATO Attacks on Libyan Cities
Series of NATO Strikes Target Tripoli
Libya Rebels Will Recognize Israel, Bernard-Henri Levy Tells Netanyahu
Libya Says Will Replace Energy Chief Who Defected
UN: Libya Rape Victim Obaidi Deported to Rebel-Held Area
Libya Rebels Are Not Revising Oil Deals: Source
US Says Gadhafi Isolated, Moscow in Mediation Bid
Benghazi Blast Shows Risk of Post-Gadhafi Unrest
Tunisian Media: Over 200 Migrants From Libya Feared Missing at Sea
Activists, Generals Part Ways on Post-Mubarak Path
Egypt Limits Crossings at Gaza Border
Civilians Dead in South Sudan Battle
Bombs Hit Vaccine Center, Government in Northern Nigeria
Burkina Faso Soldiers Loot, Shoot for 2nd Day
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Obama Should Follow FDR's Example in Dealing with Generals, Not Lincoln's

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Memorial Day in Wartime

Nebojsa Malic
Empire Folds

David R. Henderson
Is Leon Panetta a Saint—or a War Criminal?

Charles V. Peña
You Cannot Be Serious

Ran HaCohen
West Bank Neighbors: Chronicles of Death

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How Brainy Is Obama?

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