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91 Dead as Bombing, Shooting Hit Norway
  Olso Attacks Suspect Is 'Conservative Christian'
  Labor's Camp Turns Deadly
  Undetonated Explosives Found After Norway Shooting
US Weighs More Predator Drones for Libya
  Libya Says Six Killed in NATO Airstrike Near Brega
  Rebel Casualties Mount in Battle for Zliten
  Libya Wants More Talks With US and Rebels
US Blocks Oversight of Mercenary Army in Iraq
  Iraqi Forces Wary of Major Baghdad Attack
AP Iran Scare Piece Proves Itself Wrong
Rebutting Claims of 'No Civilian Deaths' in Pak Drone Strikes
  13 Killed in Latest Karachi Violence
Shootings as a Million Take to the Streets in Syria
NATO Says 50 Insurgents Killed in at Foreign Fighter Camp
Israelis' Price of Oppressing Palestinians: A Soaring Cost of Living
War Fatigue and the Uncritical Critics of War  by Hannah Gurman
How to Lobby for a Foreign Govt (and Not Get Arrested)  by Paul R. Pillar
At Least 1,400 Arrests for Antiwar Dissent, but Who's Counting? Not the Press.  by John Hanrahan
Paying Congressmen to Pay Pakistan  by Leon Hadar
Israel Rules Out Nonviolence  by Jonathan Cook
Canada Clamps Down on Israel Criticism  by Jillian Kestler-DAmours

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Republican Senator: Bring the Troops Home…from Europe
Obama Certifies Gay Military Ban Repeal
Soldier Describes a Methodical Murder at 'Kill Team' Hearing
Napolitano: Planes Still Top of Terror Wish List
Iranian Exile Group Poses Vexing Issue for US in Iraq
Mass Syrian Protest Against Assad Regime Adds to Death Toll
Syrian Forces Beat Kurdish Demonstrators, Fire Tear Gas
UN: Syrian Repression May Amount to Serious Crimes Against Humanity
Gaza Passengers Await the Unknown
IDF Civil Administration Pushing for Land Takeover in West Bank
Jailed Palestinian Leader Moved to Solitary
Opposition: Iran Consolidates Nuclear Bomb Effort
Survivor of Attack Leads Iran's Nuclear Acceleration
Iran Says Dialogue of 'Equals' Possible With US
Iran Denies Shooting Down US Spy Plane, Saying It Only Hit a Test Target
Six Iran Troops Killed in Clashes With Kurd Rebels
Kurdish Opposition: Iranian Bombardment With Kurdish Authority Knowledge
Govt Troops Kill 18 Militants in South Yemen's Abyan
Shelling by Security Forces in South Yemen Town Kills Young Girl
Yemen Tribes Say They Stop Militant Convoy in South
Iraq Attacks Kill Five Policemen, Doctor
Iraq Delays Taking Militant Custody Amid US Fear
Friday: 11 Iraqis Killed, 34 Wounded
Jordanians Accuse US of Interference in Region
Jordanians Protest Press Clampdown After King Promises to Protect Media
Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia's New Law Would Make Political Dissent a Crime
Amnesty International Criticizes Saudi Anti-Terror Draft Law
Turkish Security Forces Kill 2 PKK Rebels in Southeast
Russian Agent Linked to US Embassy Blast in Georgia
3 Georgian Photographers Released After Sentencing on Charges of Spying for Russia
Retrial Clears Former Basque Separatist Leader
Spain Jails Basque ETA Leader for 377 Years
Soldier Fears Return to UK Will Mean Homelessness
Terrorism Suspect Ordered to Leave London
Serbia Extradites Last Major War Crimes Suspect
Burqa Ban Set to Go Into Effect on Saturday in Belgium
4 Dutch Men Suspected of Hacking Attacks Released
2 Mexican Police Detailed to US Mission in Monterrey Killed in Drive-By Shooting
Federal Court Employee From Texas Found Murdered in Mexico
Jailed American Makes Final Court Appeal in Cuba
Weekend Reviews
Andrew Bacevich on America's Path to Permanent War
Temptations of Empire: Two New Studies Reveal the Inherent Instability of Imperialism
New Book Aims to Shine Light on Somali Pirates
Was Far-Right Group Behind Attacks?
Witnesses at Norway Summer Camp Targeted by Gunman Say He Ordered Them to Come Closer, Then Fired
More on the Alleged Norwegian Killer
Norway PM: 'We Won't Be Silenced by Attacks'
'It Was Like a War Zone, There Was Blood Everywhere'
Netherlands Terror Threat Level Unchanged
US House Panel Backs Restrictions on Pakistan Aid
Pakistan Auditors Find Massive Irregularities in Defense Spending
4 Militants Killed in Attack on Pakistan Security Checkpost
Over 3,000 Personnel to Guard Pakistan Mosques in Ramadan
Musharraf Calls Pakistan 'Negligent' in bin Laden Fiasco
Violence in Kashmir Over Alleged Army Rape
Indian Army Officers Killed in Siachen Outpost Fire
Dalai Lama Says China Demonization 'Childish'
As UK Sells Old Aircraft Carriers, China Buyers Circle
North, South Korea Want to Resume Six-Party Talks
ASEAN: North and South Korea Envoys Hold 'Constructive' Talks
US Struggles to Free Money for Libyan Rebels
Central Tripoli Rocked by Series of Explosions
UN Sees Unity Government in Post-Gadhafi Libya
Russia Sees No Gadhafi Role in Shaping Libya's Future
Tunisia Reinforcing Border With Libya
Egypt Protesters Back in Tahrir to Push for Change
Egypt, Still in Turmoil, Loses Billions as Tourists Stay Away
Al-Qaeda Militants Vow to Block Aid Workers in Somalia
Somali Rebels Accuse UN of Exaggerating Drought Severity, Playing Politics
Police Fire Tear Gas to Break Up Sudan Water Demos
Darfur Clashes Ongoing, but Appear on Decline: UN
18 Dead in Unprecedented Series of Anti-Govt Protests, US and UK Condemn Violence
Malawi Threatens to 'Smoke Out' Protesters
Moroccan Soldier Killed in Clash at Algeria Border
UN Report: Congo Government Troops Blamed for Mass Rape of at Least 47 Women in East
Nigeria Official: Clash With Muslim Sect Wounds Bystander, Sect Member in Restive Northeast
Chad Calls on Senegal to Extradite Chadian Ex-Dictator Hissene Habre to Belgium for Trial
The War at Home
Children of Deployed Soldiers Struggle, Researchers Find
TSA Agent Charged With Theft of $450 Pen in Florida
New York Subway Plotter's Dad Guilty of Obstruction
Army Removes Munitions From Sea Floor in Hawaii
Islamic Publishing House Flourishes in US

Justin Raimondo
Former 'Antiwar' Leader Shills for Obama

Nebojsa Malic
An End to Surrender

Philip Giraldi
Hillary Cracks the Whip

Ivan Eland
United States Fails to Stand for Peaceful Change

Kelley B. Vlahos
What Really Goes on in Afghanistan?

Ran HaCohen
Things You Can Say, Things You Cannot

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

Charles V. Peña
You Cannot Be Serious

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