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Updated November 27, 2011 - 11:27 PM EST
NATO: Attack on Pakistani Soldiers 'Self Defense'
  Source: Afghan Soldiers Called in Deadly NATO Airstrike
  Fury in Pakistan After NATO Kills 28 Soldiers
  Pakistan Tells NATO to Leave Air Base, Closes Supply Routes
  NATO Forces Were Not Chasing Militants: Pak Military Spokesman
Arab League Imposes Major Sanctions on Syria
  Syria: 47 Soldiers Killed Over Weekend
Houthi Rebels Kill 24 in Northern Yemen Attack
  Yemeni Warplanes Kill 80 Anti-Government Tribesmen
  Yemen Announces Presidential Vote Will Be Held Feb. 21
Moderate Islamist Party Wins Morocco Poll
Mahdi Army Filling Iraq's Security Forces; 30 Killed in Attacks
Israel to Cut Off Power, Water to Gaza if Unity Govt Formed
Liam Fox, His Best Man, and the Curious Case of the UK's Man in Tel Aviv
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Never-Ending Drug War Moves to Central America  by Andres Oppenheimer
Why Police Are Treating Americans Like Military Threats  by William Hogeland
The Fruits of Liberation  by Glenn Greenwald
Obama's Dumb New Sanctions on Iran  by Robert Dreyfuss
The Under-Examined Story of Fallujah  by Hannah Gurman

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Middle East
Lebanon PM Threatens to Quit Over Hariri Court Funding
20 Detained Kuwaiti Opposition Activists on Hunger Strike
Bahrain King Sets Up National Commission to Implement Report Recommendations
Saudi Arabia Should Embrace Shi'ite Minority: Experts
Turkey: Kurds Sentenced to Prison Terms in KCK Trials
British MoD Failed to Act Over Snatch Safety Alert
EU Peacekeepers' Tour in Bosnia Extended
Germany: 20 Police Injured During Nuke Protest
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US Marines to Wind Down Afghan Combat in 2012
Taliban Paid £100 a Month to Stop Fighting
Khuzdar Journalists Suspend Duties Following Threats by Armed Group
War Games Spotlight China-Pakistan Hype
Police Recovers Explosives From Vehicle in Quetta
Low Intensity Explosion Leaves One Injured in Karachi
North Korean Leader Rallies Front-Line Troops
China Says Joint Mekong Patrols Begin in December
India Urges Action Against Mumbai Attackers
Filipino Police Arrest 4 Suspected of Hacking ATT for Saudi Terror Group
Fractured Town Shows Challenges Ahead for Libya
Libyan Tribal Chiefs Meet to End Disputes
Libya's Children at Risk From Deadly 'Toys'
Ex-Libyan PM Loses Last Appeal in Tunisia to Avoid Extradition
DR Congo
2 Killed in Clashes Days Ahead of Poll
Police Ban Congo Rallies as Poll Violence Flares
Multiple Explosions Hit Nigerian City
Mali: German Killed; Dutch, South African, Swede Seized
Italian Cargo Ship Is Free Off Somalia
Colombia's VP Tells Uribe Not to Meddle in Foreign Affairs
Four FARC Hostages Killed During Apparent Rescue Attempt
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Longwood (FL) Soldier Killed on Veterans Day
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