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Gadhafi Officials: NATO Bombs Kill 85 Civilians

  Rebel Envoy: Gadhafi Can't Stay in Libya

US Drone Strike Kills 20 in North Waziristan

Four Killed as NATO Clashes With Afghan Police
  Corruption: Afghan Land Dispute Ends in Death
US Expected to Take 'Hard Line' on Assad Ouster
British MP Praises Iranian Terror Group
  Senators Want 'Crippling' New Iran Sanctions
Bahrain Hires DC PR Firm to Repair Reputation
Rumsfeld Torture Suit OK'd vs. Obama Opposition
Thousands of Faulty Stealth Fighters Grounded
Iraq Violence Likely to Rise Whether US Stays or Goes

Somali Govt Offers Amnesty, Fighting Continues

Inside Mujahedin-e Khalq's Massive Lobbying Push  by Daniel Larison
Ishaqi Again: Another Day, Another Atrocity in the Endless Iraq War  by Chris Floyd
TSA to Travelers: Would You Like an Interrogation With Your Groping?  by Becky Akers
Does AIPAC Have Only Two Major Donors?  by Grant Smith
Obamaphiles Still Longing for Camelot  by Gene Healy
Why Expand the Drug War?  by Jacob G. Hornberger

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Red Cross: Rise in Violence Against Medics in War Zones

Mossad's Miracle Weapon: Stuxnet Virus Opens New Era of Cyber War

Moscow to NATO: Do Not Extend Missile Shield


Deadly Crash Highlights Role of US Elite Forces

Whatever Happened to the Civilian Surge in Afghanistan?

US Ambassador Sabotaged Afghan Visas for US Staff

Afghan President Asks Clerics to Campaign Against Turban Bombs

Antiwar Coalition Responds to Crash of US Helicopter in Afghanistan

Obama Honors Troops Killed in Afghanistan at Dover

Two US Army Patrols Under Attack in Kirkuk

Western Style Clashes With Old Bureaucracy in Iraq

In Iraq's Oil-Rich South, Concerns About the Neighbors

Last Australians Depart Iraq


Chinese Swagger Over US Distress Could Sour Relations

China's Aircraft Carrier Starts Sea Trials Likely to Boost Concerns Over Its Naval Ambitions

China Says It Was Targeted in 500,000 Cyberattacks

In Other News

North Korea Says No Way to Opening Up, or Reform

Repression and Resistance in Kashmir

Kenya Burdened by Thousands of Famine Refugees

Middle East

Bloodshed in Syria Backfiring on Government

UN Warns of Growing Al-Qaeda Threat in Yemen

Al-Qaeda Leader: US Hijacking Egypt's Revolution

Arab League's Moussa Campaigns for Egypt President, Vows Change

Jerusalem Post: Anti-Peace Treaty Forces Gaining Strength in Jordan

Kurds Kill 5 Iranian Security Forces

Al Jazeera Changes Plan to Rerun Bahrain Documentary

US 'Deeply Concerned' by Israel's Approval of East Jerusalem Settlements

Will the Israeli Left Talk About Occupation?

In Tumult, New Hope for Palestinian Cause

Israel Sends Drones Over Mediterranean Gas Fields

The War at Home

2 Spec Ops Helicopter Pilots Killed in Fort Benning Crash

Texas: Soldier Indicted in Bomb Plot

Police Say 3 African Refugees Arrested After Fake Bomb Found at Phoenix Airport

Justin Raimondo
Barbarians With BlackBerrys

Ivan Eland
US Terror Lists Should Be Downsized

Kelley B. Vlahos
Iraqi Allies Scrambling for Exits

Ran HaCohen
Israelis Sick and Tired – but of What?

Philip Giraldi
Rick Perry Abuses His Office for Israel

Nebojsa Malic
Law and Disorder

Charles V. Peña
Gates' NATO Gripes Ignore Biggest Failing

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

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