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Updated April 6, 2012 - 11:18 PM EDT
Special Ops Trained MEK Agents in the US
Mali's Tuaregs Declare Independence in North
  Small Team of US Troops in Mali, as Stability Continues to Deteriorate
Syrian Tanks Slowly Exit Cities Ahead of Deadline
  Kurdish Bloc Withdraws From Syrian Rebel Council
Pakistan: 'Deal' on US Drone Strikes Still Far Off
  Pakistan PM: US Bounty on Charity Head a 'Negative Message'
In Bid for Iraqi Crude, Oil Firms Play Politics
  Iraq Unstable, Sectarian, With Signs of Authoritarian Rule
  Iran Eyes Spiritual Leadership of Iraq's Shiites
  US Presses Iraqi Kurdish Leader to 'Re-Engage' With Central Govt
Israeli PM Calls German Poet 'Shameful'
  After Sinai Rocket Fire, Israel Restrained by New Egypt Leadership
Libya Govt Battles ICC Over Prosecution of Gadhafi's Son
Gen. Allen: 'Significant' Spike in Afghan Fighting This Summer
CIA Whistleblower John Kiriakou Formally Indicted
Yemen Interior Ministry: 100 'al-Qaeda' Killed in Offensive
We Want War, and We Want It Now  by Pepe Escobar
Internet Freedom Starts at Home  by Rebecca MacKinnon
East Timor: A Lesson in Why the Poorest Threaten the Powerful  by John Pilger
State-Dominated Media and Iran  by Glenn Greenwald
The Accidental Coup  by Paul R. Pillar
Learning From North Korea  by Malou Innocent and Doug Bandow

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Chief Roy: Air Force Suicide Rate in 2012 Is Worrisome
The Battle Against Suicide in America's Military
2 Killed, 2 Injured in Istanbul Explosion
Smaller Navy Ship Has a Rocky Past and Key Support
Marine to Argue Free-Speech Case at Hearing
With Peace Deadline Nearing, Syria Sends Helicopters Against Rebels
UN Security Council Urges Syria to End Attacks on Opposition
How Assad Has Come Between Kurds of Turkey and Syria
UN Chief Says Syria Crisis Is Getting Worse Despite Govt Saying It Is Withdrawing Troops
New Clashes as UN Team Arrives in Syria
Over 20,000 Syrian Refugees Have Fled to Turkey

Loyalty to Syria Chief Could Isolate Hezbollah

Lebanon Frees Ex-General Jailed on Israel Spy Charges
Doubts Intensify on Resumption of Iran Nuclear Talks
Chinese Insurer Stops Covering Iranian Oil
Netanyahu: Israel Will Target Those Responsible for Eilat Attack
From Egyptian Territory: A Rocket Hits Israeli City
Gunter Grass Hits Out at 'Campaign' Over Israel-Iran Poem
Cash Shortage Stops Gaza Kids' Summer Camps
9 Iraqis Killed as PKK Takes Credit for Pipeline Blast
National Alliance Delegation Quits Conference: Iraqiya
Blast on Iraq Kirkuk-Ceyhan Pipeline Shuts Oil Flows
Mosque Preacher Killed in Diwaniyah
Sabean Graves Desecrated in Iraq's Kirkuk
Over US Mother, Islamist Likely Out of Egypt Race
Islamist Candidate Tries to Bridge Divide Between Religious and Secular in Egypt
Wealth of Muslim Brotherhood's Presidential Hopeful Worries Some Egyptians
Gadhafi Son 'Attacked by Ex-Rebels'
SEC Probe of ENI Relates to Libya Payments
United Arab Emirates
UAE Briefly Detains Staff of Closed US Pro-Democracy Group, Officials Say
Prominent Afghanistan Anti-Taliban Commander Killed
Karzai Orders Prosecutor and Tribunal in Scandal Over Kabul Bank's Losses
Military: 3 US Soldiers Killed in Afghanistan Attack Were From Ohio; Several Others Wounded
Indian Army Movements Raise Coup Fears
India to Free Maoists for Abducted Orissa Politician
India Army Chief General Singh Says Troop Report 'Stupid'
Myanmar Rebels Hold Cease-Fire Talks
China Calls for Western Countries to Immediately Lift Sanctions Against Myanmar
US to Ease Sanctions Against Myanmar
Pakistan Militants Target Police in Karachi; 7 Killed
Chinese Websites 'Defaced in Anonymous Attack'
North Korean 'Poisoned Needle Assassin' Jailed in Seoul
In Cambodia, a Landmine Victim's Long Recovery
Islamists Impose Sharia in Mali's Timbuktu
France Rules Out Sending Troops to Mali as Rebels Proclaim Cease-Fire
Can Azawad Win International Recognition?
Algerian Diplomats Kidnapped in Chaotic Mali
Life Quickly Returns to Normal After Somalia Blast
Sarkozy Crticized for Exploiting Fears About Islamist Violence
Greek Unrest After Pensioner Suicide Beside Parliament
Sarajevo Hosts a Concert 20 Years After Siege
Mexico Extradites Drug Lord Jesus Zambada to US
US Military
Case of Ex-DoD Cop Shows Murky Reality for PTSD Sufferers
Airman Missing From Vietnam War Identified
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