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Updated August 26, 2011 - 11:17 PM EDT
After 'Executions,' UN Calls for Rebels' Restraint
  CIA to Expand Role in Libya in Search of Weapons Stockpiles
  US Denies Any NATO Involvement in Gadhafi Manhunt
  UN to Release $1.5 Billion to 'Relevant Libyan Authorities'
  Oil Companies Scramble for Libyan Oil
  Iran Fears Another American Foothold in Libya
At Least 16 Killed in New Syrian Crackdowns
  Cheney Pushed Bush to Attack Syria in 2007
At Least 11 Killed in Pakistan Hotel Bombing
  Pakistan Backs Off Report of 'Freed' US Man
  US Drone Crashes in Pakistan Military Area Near Afghan Border
WikiLeaks to Release 10,000s More Cables
  Homeland Security Invokes PATRIOT Act on Assange
  CIA's Onerous Cuts Into Agent's 9/11 Book Include Public Testimony
  The FBI and Its 15,000 Informants
  NYPD Confirms CIA Officer Works at Department HQ
Gasoline Attack Kills 53 at Mexican Casino
US-Led Strike Kills 6 Afghan Civilians
Bomb Blast at Nigeria UN HQ Kills 18
Israeli Strikes Kill 9 Gazans
Series of Bomb Attacks in Anbar Province Kill 15
Airstrike Kills 8 Suspected Militants in Yemen
Budget Talks Have Major Defense Contractors on Edge
On War, Obama Has Been Worse Than Bush  by Anthony Gregory
The Next Quagmire: Sanctions and Syria  by Fergus Hodgson
Details of Secret Pact Emerge: Troops Stuck in Afghanistan Until 2024  by Tom Engelhardt
The Fruits of Elite Immunity  by Glenn Greenwald
Iran Sanctions: Built to Fail  by Yousaf Butt
The Saudi Counter-Revolution  by Samer Araabi

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Cheney Has 'No Regrets' About Waterboarding
WikiLeaks: Lieberman Wants Egypt to Give Land to Gaza
US Widens Role in Mexican Fight
3 Marines Charged in Afghan Hazing Suicide Case
In Britain, a Meeting on Limiting Social Media
A bin Laden Expert Bets on al-Qaeda's Survival
US, Allies All but Rule Out Syria Military Intervention
Syrian Protesters Chant 'Bye Gadhafi, Bashar Next'
Syrian Army Pushes Into Dissident Areas, Activists Say
Masked Gunmen Break Syrian Artist's Hands as 'Warning'
Shell Sticks to Syrian Oil, Maersk Walks Away
Visa, Other Cards Not Valid Under Syria Sanctions
'Islamic Jihad Vows to Send Rockets Deeper Into Israel'
Israel Offers to Open Joint Probe With Egypt Over Border Shootings
Peace Now Rally Calls on Glenn Beck to 'Go Home!'
China Says It Supports Palestinians' Statehood Bid
Car Bomb in Iraq Kills 7 at a Ramadi Checkpoint
Three Rockets Hit Area Near Kuwait-Iraq Border
Iraqi Kurdistan's Parliament Holds Session to Discuss Turkish Bombardment
Iraq Calls on Turkish Envoy, Demands End to Bombardment
Russia Surprised by Iran's Legal Complaint
Bushehr Nuclear Plant Reactors Gather Pace: Russian Contactor
Middle East
Egyptians to Hold 'Million Man Protest' Against Peace Accord With Israel
Yemeni Forces Strike Villages of Arhab
Bedouns Suffer Uncertain Fate in Kuwait
Mladic Back in Court After Croatia Suspect Pleads Not Guilty
Spain Seeks El Salvador Clarification on Suspects
US: North Korean Nuclear Concessions Welcome, but Insufficient
North Korean Leader Kim Visiting China: Report
5 South Koreans Indicted Over Alleged Espionage
US Official Warns About China's Military Buildup
China State News Agency Blasts US Defense Report
WikiLeaks: Ma Sees Taiwan-China Political Talks
Chinese Cyberwar Video Goes Missing
Tibetans Face Uncertainty in Post-Dalai Lama Era
China Replaces Tibet's Hard-Line Party Boss
The War at Home
Widow: Ranger Killed Self to Avoid Added Tour
New Rice Memoir to Address Iraq, Afghanistan
Gadhafi Calls on Libyans to March on Tripoli
Documents Show Gadhafi Lobbied to Halt NATO: Report
Gadhafi Leaves Behind Little to Guide Libya in His Absence

Libyan Rebels Target Gadhafi's Last Strongholds

Libyans Hunt Gadhafi in Tripoli Battles
Libyan Rebels Warn Foreign Supporters They Need Money Quickly
British Troops Dressed in Arab Clothes Join Hunt for Gadhafi as £1m Reward Is Offered
Rebels Propaganda Helped Takeover of Gadhafi's Compound but Cost Opposition Credibility
Amnesty International Says Rebels and Pro-Gadhafi Forces Have Mistreated Prisoners in Libya
Gadhafi Bunkers and Tunnels an Elaborate Setup
A Double Agent in Gadhafi Camp
Gadhafi's Last Stand May Be Tale of Two Cities
In Towns Along the Road to Tripoli, Anxieties Compete With Exuberance
Four Italian Journalists Freed in Libya
European Firms Hoping for Big Business in Libya
Stranded Foreigners Board Tripoli Rescue Ship
Libya's Southern Neighbors Brace for Post-Gadhafi
American Held in Solitary Escapes Tripoli Prison
IMF Recognition of New Libya Regime Up to Members
Separatist Leader, Others Arrested in Nigeria
Instructors Struggle to Rebuild Somalia's Army
NATO Coalition Says 3 Troops Killed in Afghanistan
NATO Beefs Up Fight Against 'Rogue' Afghan Threat
Chinook Helicopter Most Susceptible to Taliban Ground Fire
Afghan Leader Meets Would-Be Child Suicide Bombers
Taliban Fight Takes Heavy Toll on Pakistani Troops
Zardari Orders Indiscriminate Action Against Miscreants
Burmese Wary of 'Democracy,' After Decades of Oppression
UN Envoy Calls on Myanmar to Release Prisoners
Sri Lankan President Proposes End of Emergency Laws Imposed for Most of Past 30 Years
Kashmir Graves: Human Rights Watch Calls for Inquiry
In India, Protests Spark Debate on Democracy
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Hostage to Hubris

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Doomsday Defense Cuts?

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Israelis Sick and Tired – but of What?

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