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Updated September 15, 2012 - 11:28 PM EDT
Attacks on US Drones Shut Benghazi Airport
  Protests Sweep 23 Countries on Third Day of Anti-US Violence
  US: Reports of Benghazi Attack Intel 'Absolutely Wrong'
  Islamists Targeted US Diplomats in Planned Assault, Witness Says
  Ansar al-Sharia Blamed for Benghazi Attack: Who Are They?
  State Dept: New 24-Hour Monitor Team to Watch for Embassy Attacks
Netanyahu Deputy Breaks With PM on Iran
  Obama, Romney Lay Out Identical 'Red Lines' on Iran
  Netanyahu: Can't Rely on US to Attack Iran
  US, Israeli Attacks Would Push Iran Toward Nukes
  US Renews Japan, EU Waivers to Bypass Iran Sanctions
Afghan Policeman Kills 2 NATO Troops
  Two US Marines Killed in Afghanistan Attack
  British DM: Troops Could Withdraw From Afghanistan Sooner
Feds Interrogate Anti-Muslim Filmmaker
  Google Rebuffs White House Over Anti-Islam Video's Status
  Film Director Is a Schlocky Softcore Porn Director Named Alan Roberts
US: Syria Using War as Excuse To Ignore Nuclear Concerns
Reinforcing Washington's Asia-Pacific Hegemony  by Joseph Gerson
How Obama Ignored Congress, and Misled America, on War in Libya  by Conor Friedersdorf
Obama, the Courts, and Congress Are All Responsible for the Latest Gitmo Death  by Andy Worthington
TSA Report Pulls Punches on Privacy  by Kelley Vlahos
US Media Angrily Marvels at Lack of Muslim Gratitude  by Glenn Greenwald
Netanyahu, Not Iran, Is an Existential Threat to Israel  by M.J. Rosenberg

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Report: Weighing Benefits and Costs of Military Action Against Iran
Marines Sent to Embassies in Yemen, Sudan
Russian Parliament Expels Putin Opponent
West African Military Chiefs Meet to Plan Mali Move
Twitter Hands Over Messages in Occupy Case
Anti-Muslim Film Promoter Outspoken on Islam
224 Injured in Clashes in Front of US Embassy in Cairo
Egyptians Clash With Police Blocking Way to US Embassy
Romney Says US Should Get Tougher With Egypt
Egypt President Urges Muslims to Protect Embassies
Egypt's Christians Anxious, Anticipate Troubles
Protests Spread
A Look at the Latest Protests in the Mideast and Elsewhere Over an Anti-Islam Film
Hundreds of Angry Afghans Protest Anti-Islam Film
Pope Calls for Peace as Protest Violence Hits Lebanon
Soldiers Open Fire to Disperse Nigeria Film Protesters
Muslim Protest Reaches Israel; Riots in Jerusalem
Iran: Hezbollah Will Defend Us 'Easily' Against Israeli Attack
US Official: Nuclear Bomb Is Our Red Line
2 Iraqis Killed, 18 Wounded in Market Bomb Blast
Iraqiya Spokesman: We Are Not Counting on Talabani's Return
Maliki Tells Syrian Opposition to Learn From Iraq
Iraq's Top Shi'ite Cleric Calls on UN to Criminalize Insults Against Prophet
Turkish Jets, Soldiers Pound Kurdish Rebel Bases
Officials: 75 Kurdish Rebels Killed in Weeklong Clashes in Southeast Turkey
Turkish Journalists Face Stiff Sentences for Reporting on Kurds
In Turkey, Alawite Sect Sides With Syria's Assad
16 Bodies Found Across Northeast Mexico, 1 Hung
No Protest Before Benghazi Attack, Wounded Libyan Guard Says
Ansar Al-Sharia to Be Disbanded 'By Force if Necessary' as First Arrests Made in Connection With US Consulate Killings
US Gears Up for Libya Manhunt After Consulate Attack
Libya Volatility Prevents FBI From Investigating
Libyan President Apologizes to World for Embassy Attack
4 Killed, 50 Hurt in US Embassy in Tunis
US Embassy in Tunisia on Fire as Protesters Climbed Walls
US School Ransacked, Set Ablaze in Tunis
Protesters Killed at US Sudan Embassy: Witnesses
Sudan Protesters Set Fire to German Embassy in Film Protest
Sudan Police Confront Protests at British Embassy
Ivory Coast Closes All Opposition Newspapers
Officials: Kenyan Police Stop Major Terror Attack
South African Leaders Warn Against Violent Protests
Farmers Angry at Counterterror Tactic in Pakistan
NATO Containers Escape Blast
China Surveillance Ships Near Islands Disputed With Japan
Some Old Maoists Feel Like Dissidents in Modern China
Thai Rivals Unite Over Insurgency
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Blowback in Benghazi?

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Once More Into the Breach

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Bahrain? Never Heard of It

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Politics Subvert the All-Important Rule of Law

Nebojsa Malic
Pussy Riot Politics

Charles V. Peņa
Cyberwar for Me but Not for Thee

Ran HaCohen
Tel Aviv 'Race Riots' Reveal Much About Israel

David R. Henderson
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