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Former US Intel Chief: Call Off the Drone War
Libya Rebel Commander Killed by Comrades
  Libyan TV Still on Air Despite NATO Bombing of Transmitters
  Rebel Feud Puts UK's Libya Policy in Jeopardy
  Libyan Government Says 190 Rebels Killed in Western Fighting
  Norway to Fly Last Libya Mission
US Raid Kills Iraqi Tribal Sheikh, Family
  Iraqis Cancel Meeting on US Troop Extension
Mullen: Surge in Afghan Violence Expected
  Roadside Bombs Kill 23 Civilians in Southern Afghanistan
NATO Seizes Kosovo Borders as Tensions Rise
  UN Council Rejects Serbia Calls for Kosovo Meet
Israeli DM: We Must Apologize for Flotilla Errors
  Palestinians Prepare for Massive Uprising
US Envoy: Lebanese Cabinet Not Representative
  Lebanon Tribunal Names Suspects in Hariri Killing
Turkey's Military Chiefs Quit in Row With Govt
20 Syrians Killed as Daily Protests to Start
US Demands North Korea Accept Full Nuclear Disarmament
Some Neglected Questions on the Attempted Fort Hood Attack  by Anthony Gregory
Five Remedial Lessons From the Norwegian Tragedy  by Paul R. Pillar
What About a 'Peace Treaty' With North Korea?  by Bruce Walker
The Allure of Afghanistan  by Pepe Escobar
The Best Offense Is a Cheaper Defense  by David Callahan
Grappling With the Banality of Evil  by Wendy McElroy

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AWOL Soldier Defiant in 1st Court Appearance
Judge Blasts Prosecution of Alleged NSA Leaker
Finnish Police Release Man Who Sought Bombs for Fun
Air Force Pulls Christian-Themed Ethics Training for Nuclear Missile Officers After TruthOut Report
Radicalized Online, 'Lone Wolves' Hard to Combat
The War at Home
Military Mentors Program Casualty of Disclosure Law
Ark. Soldier Shooter Sent FBI Letter
Vets With PTSD, Government Reach Settlement
Activists, Lawmakers Renew Push to End Military's Ban on Women in Combat Roles
'War on Terror'
White House Adviser Says US Has 6 Months to 'Knock Out' al-Qaeda Leadership
Bombmaking Materials Allegedly Found in Soldier's Motel Correspond With al-Qaeda Recipe
Report: UK Police Seek to Question Guantanamo Detainees Over Inquiry Into Torture Allegations
Canada Asks Top Court to Appeal Suspension of Extradition Ruling of Terror Suspect to US
US Military Chief Aims to Reassure Afghans After Attacks
Taliban Say They Have Swiss Tourists
UK Judges Say They Cannot Free Afghanistan Detainee
7 Shi'ite Pilgrims Shot Dead in Pakistan
UN Imposes Sanctions on Pakistani Taliban With Support From US, Britain and Pakistan

Pakistan Tries to Ban Encryption

Body of Missing Sri Lankan Activist Found: UN
Parts of North Korean Land Mines Wash Up in South
Ethnic Serbs Blockade NATO Troops in North Kosovo

Timeline: Kosovo Since 2008

3 Civilians Killed in Russia's Restive Dagestan
Belarus Law Prohibits People From Standing and Doing Nothing
Cuban-Americans Fret Over Travel Restrictions Home
Tribal Strife Feared After Top Libya Rebel Fighter Is Killed
Gadhafi Regime Says al-Qaeda Killed Rebel
Libyan Rebels Say Rogue Fighters Killed General
UN to Consider Requests to Unfreeze Funds for Humanitarian Needs of the Libyan People
Canada Joins Propaganda War Aimed at Gadhafi Forces
Libyan Who Returned From Britain Finds the Rebel's Life Tough
Blasts Shake Libyan Capital Tripoli
Battles in Libya Are Hard to Find on Frontlines of the Forgotten War
Bahraini Forces Surround US Embassy
Tens of Thousands Protest Bahrain Dialogue
Israel Sees Diluted Apology to Turkey on Ship Raid
Hamas Leader Al-Zahar Says Palestinian UN Bid a 'Scam'
In the Jordan Valley, Existence Is Resistance
Iran Shelling of Kurd Rebels Kills Iraqi Boy
'US, Israeli Mercenaries' Blow Up Iran-Turkey Gas Line
US Hikers Face Iran Court Date on Spy Charges
Supporters Rally for Two US Hikers on Eve of Iran Hearing
Kurd Rebels Kill Basij Militiaman: Iran Agency
Iraqi-Kuwaiti Naval Forces in First Maneuver
Friday: 7 Iraqis Killed, 16 Wounded
Middle East
Syrian Activists Vow Daily Ramadan Protests
Thousands Protest in Yemen Amidst Tensions
Turkish Military Rocked by Resignations
Two Egyptians Killed in Clashes With Gunmen in North Sinai

Justin Raimondo
Anders Behring Breivik, Mystery Man

Nebojsa Malic
Law and Disorder

Charles V. Peņa
Gates' NATO Gripes Ignore Biggest Failing

Philip Giraldi
Terrorism Experts on Parade

Ivan Eland
The West Has a Double Standard in Terrorism Cases

Kelley B. Vlahos
Obama Puts Bombs Before Bread

David R. Henderson
The Left's Antiwar Movement in Monterey: Down but Not Out

Ran HaCohen
Things You Can Say, Things You Cannot

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