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Updated August 20, 2011 - 10:50 PM EDT
Netanyahu: Gaza Strikes 'Only the Beginning'
  21 Die as Tit-for-Tat Attacks Embroil Gaza, Israel, Egypt
  Egypt Lodges Formal Protest With Israel for Killing Troops
  Hamas Declares Truce Over After Israeli Warplanes Attack Gaza
  Ten Wounded as 30 Rockets Strike Israel
Syrian Forces Kill 34 Despite Assad Pledge
  US Claims Syrian Opposition 'Unity' as Some Factions Meet in Turkey
US Officials Warn of Gadhafi 'Last Stand' in Tripoli
  UK Warplanes Sink Boat Carrying Libya Troops
  Rebels: Former Libyan PM Jalloud Defects
Suicide Bomber Kills 50 in Pakistan Mosque
  US Drone Strike Kills 4 in South Waziristan
  19 More Killed in Karachi as Political Office Burns
US Set for Deal to Stay in Afghanistan Until 2024
  13 Killed in Taliban Attack on British Center in Kabul
Militarizing the Market: Pentagon's New War Front
  Pentagon Study Chips at Military Pensions
South Sudan Attacks 'Leave 500 Dead'
Iran: US 'Hikers' Sentenced to 8 Years as Spies
Panetta Thinks Iraq Might've Approved US Troop Extension
'Mostly Harmless' Gestures Can Pave the Way for War  by Daniel Larison
A Prime Aim of the Growing Surveillance State  by Glenn Greenwald
Obama Bans War Criminals, but Not Our Own  by Nat Hentoff
America's Lost Ally  by George F. Will
Libyan Deaths, Media Silence  FAIR
The Message From Afghanistan Is Clear: the War Must End Now  by Lindsey German

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US Keeps Cuba on State Sponsors of Terror List
Anonymous Hackers Release FBI Contractor's Drone Data
Kansas Rep. Pompeo: Defense Spending Cuts Aren't 'Doomsday'
Egypt: An Incomplete Revolution
Chemical Munitions Still Plague DC Neighorhood
Belarus Freezes Plan to Give Up Uranium Stockpile
Tensions Boil After Egypt-Israel Border Clash
Palestinians Say Gaza Under Major Assault
Israel Retaliates Against Gaza, but Deterrence Game Has Changed
Lebanon Blocks UN Security Council Statement Denouncing Terror Attack in Southern Israel
Suicide Bomber Blows Himself Up Near Egyptian Soldiers on Israel Border
Once-Safe Egyptian Border Becomes Threat for Israel
Egypt Decides to Withdraw Ambassador From Israel
Demonstrators Surround Israeli Embassy in Cairo
Egypt Military Crackdown Nets Sinai 'Islamist Militants'
Syrian Protesters Energized by Obama's Call for Departure of Assad
Russia Against Western Calls for Assad to Resign
Syria Poised to Grant Access to Detainees: Red Cross
International Court Lacks Jurisdiction Over Syria
Swiss Recall Ambassador to Syria, Condemn Violence
Palestinian Refugees Displaced by Fighting in Syria
Syria Sees FIFA World Cup Ban as Politically Motivated
Tunisia Recalls Its Ambassador in Syria
Bahrain Govt Fires Hundreds of Employees for Political Views
Shi'ite Cleric: Gulf Ignores Bahrain's Reform Cries
Airstrike Kills Five in Southern Yemen Town
23 Yemeni Opposition Leaders Withdraw From National Council
Kurdish MP: No Objection for Limited US Immunity if Central Government Approves
Friday: 3 Iraqis Killed, 8 Wounded
Iranian Artillery Resumes Bombing Border Areas in Kurdistan Region
Venezuela Rejects US Accusation That Country Not Fully Complying in Anti-Terrorism Efforts
Phone Taps Target Chavez Opponents in Venezuela
Bodies Found in Mexico Might Be Kidnapped Marines
Death Squad Peruvian Gets 12 Months
Pakistan Mosque Bombing: One of Country's Worst Attacks
Pakistan Says It Can Bring Haqqani to Peace Talks
In Pakistan, Top Media Group Wields Clout Amid Controversy
US Calls Suicide Mosque Attack in Pakistan 'Deplorable'
Polish Soldier Killed by IED in Afghanistan
New Zealand Special Forces Soldier Dies in Taliban Attack
North Korea
US Offers North Korea Flood Aid, but No Food Yet
US Cautious on North Korea War Dead Offer
Lawmaker Aide: North Korean Leader May Visit Russia
India: Maoists Kill Eleven Policemen in Chhattisgarh
Kazakhstan Blocks 'Extremist' Foreign Internet Sites
Aung San Suu Kyi Meets Myanmar President
Are German Soldiers Secretly Helping Fight Gadhafi?
Libya Rebels Battle for Zawiya and Zlitan
In Libya, Rebels Plan for Post-Gadhafi Era
Next Stop Tripoli? Libya's Rebels Sense Victory Is Within Reach
Doctor Says Lockerbie Bomber Freed in 2009 With 'Months to Live' May Live for Years More
Evacuation of Tripoli Migrants Planned
Libyan Rebels May Resume Oil Output in 3 Weeks
Egyptians, Other Foreigners to Be Evacuated From Tripoli
US General Sees Nigeria Terror Link
Gunmen Shoot Dead Three Policemen in Nigerian City
Surveillance Drone Crashes in Middle of Somali Capital, African Union Soldiers Retrieve Pieces
Mugabe Succession Race Could Turn Ugly
Zimbabwe Gives Foreign Firms 14-Day Empowerment Ultimatum
US Military
US Military Develops 'Bigger Bang' Explosive Material
Man in Standoff at Alaska Military Base Surrenders
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Justin Raimondo
D-Day for Damascus?

Nebojsa Malic
Hostage to Hubris

Philip Giraldi
Rick Perry and the Neocons

Kelley B. Vlahos
Muslims Smash Right-Wing Stereotypes

Ivan Eland
Ron Paul Deserves More Respect

Charles V. Peña
Doomsday Defense Cuts?

Ran HaCohen
Israelis Sick and Tired – but of What?

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

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