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NYT Reporter Jailed, Time Reporter Will Testify
Iraq Insurgents Target Top Muslim Diplomats
US Increases 2004 Terror Attack Count 5-Fold
Afghan Govt Condemns US Killing of Civilians
N. Korea Says It Will Not Disarm Nukes Before Talks
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Neocons Bludgeon Professors With 'Academic Freedom'
Rice Offers Rare Praise for Syria
Gonzales Announces US-Iraq Effort on Crime
Paper: Map Shows Every US Service Man, Woman Killed in Iraq, Afghanistan
Iraqi Leaders Clear Impasse on Constitution
Swiss Seek US Explanation Over Fatal Shooting in Iraq
US Military Expands Domestic Activity
Americans Pushing for More Cuba Trade
Steady Violence Threatens Iraq's Diplomatic Relations
Iraq Insurgents
Zarqawi Says al-Qaeda Forms Wing to Fight Shi'ites
Iraq Resistance Groups Ask for Official Talks With Washington
Sunni Insurgents Have Different Agendas in Iraq
Iraq Insurgency Forces Pentagon Review
Zarqawi's Ex-Mentor Slams Iraq Attacks
Zarqawi Denounces Iraq Army as Enemies
Targeting Diplomats
After Assassination Attempt, Pakistan to Move Its Iraqi Envoy to Jordan
Russia Says Embassy Cars Were Shot at in Iraq
Iraq's al-Qaeda Says It Kidnapped Egyptian Envoy
Rice Offers Egypt Help on Kidnapped Envoy
Countries With Diplomatic Ties in Iraq
Attacks Continue
US Soldier Killed, Two Wounded in Iraq
Bomb Targets US Patrol Near Iran's Baghdad Embassy
Armed Robbers Target US Cargo Ship Near Iraq Port
The New Iraq
Blinding Sandstorms Disrupt Flights, Everyday Life in Iraqi Capital
Iraqi Barbers Face Unkindest Cut of All
Global Iraq Fallout
Blair 'Astonished' by Intensive US Media Coverage of Leaked Memo
Iran, Iraq to Construct Swap Oil Pipeline
Bush Thanks Denmark for Helping in Iraq
US Searches for Last Missing Commando in Afghanistan
Afghan Govt: US Tactics 'Need Rethink'
Taliban Kill Three Afghans, Injure Turkish Engineers
UK Seeks to Free Troops for Afghanistan
Central Asia
Will US Really Be Asked to Leave Key Asian Military Bases?
Kyrgyzstan to Halt Repatriations
Militants Storm Hindu Shrine in India, Six Killed
Temple Attack Shakes India
Temple Attack Revives Religion in Indian Politics
India Says Pakistan Has Not Done Enough to Curb Terrorism in Kashmir
India, Pakistan to Go Ahead With Pipeline
India Rules Out Accepting US Missile Defense System
Rebels Free 25 Villagers Held Captive in Remote West Nepal
Nepal's Ruler: Despot, Democrat, or Deity?
India Sends Non-Lethal Military Equipment to Nepal After Easing Ban
China's Demands May Hurt Unocal Bid
China Scolds Anti-Capitalist Congress Over Unocal
China's Tango With Latin America Intensifies
East Asia
Rice to Visit China, Thailand, South Korea and Japan
North Korea Still a Threat: South's Next Top Spy
North Korea, UN on Japan's Mind
Philippine President: Ready to Face Impeachment
Hmong Forced Out of Homes in Thailand
Explosives Found at Srebrenica Memorial
Croatia's EU Ambitions Hang on Fugitive
Balkans Eye Slipping Chance to Join EU
French Interior Minister: 'Franco-German Axis Obsolete'
Chirac's Reheated Food Jokes Bring Blair to the Boil
Bush Leaves on Fourth European Trip
EU Lawmakers Removed After Interruption
UK Takes the Helm of the Rotating European Presidency
Checkpoint Charlie Memorial Torn Down
Blast Kills Two Russian Troops in Dagestan
Protesters Blockade Submarine Base Ahead of G8 Summit
Picnicking for Peace in Scotland
Colombia Defends Paramilitary Law
There Are No Pro-Chavez Groups in Ecuador, a Diplomat Says
Bolivian Lawmakers Move Elections Up Nine Months
The War at Home
Iraq's Future Divides Views in the US
Bush's Bolton Options All Carry Risks
Diverse Coalition Pushes for Freedom of Information Act Compliance
Halliburton's Iraq Bill Rises
Iraqis in US Uneasy With Bush's Handling of War
Rep. Cunningham Made $400k on Boat Sale to Crony
US Military
Batteries May Be for Space Weapons, Experts Say
More Pa. National Guard Troops Head to Iraq
VA Continues to Limp as Funding Gap Looms
War on Terror
200 Italian Police 'Ran Parallel Anti-Terror Force'
Major al-Qaeda Trial Concludes in Spain
Brits Plan to Fight National ID Cards
Trial for Radical Cleric Opens
Pakistani Official Says bin Laden in Afghanistan
Iran Not Optimistic on EU Nuclear Offer
France: EU Will Never Accept Iranian Resumption of Nuclear Weapons Activity
Iran Protests Austrian Probe of New Leader
Elite Iran Military Unit Backs President-Elect
Iran-EU Talks Face Threat of Top Resignation
Iran's Two Presidents
Iran Toughens Punishments for Alcohol Crimes
Israel to Deploy 40,000 Troops to Evict Settlers From Gaza
Firm on Gaza Pullout, Sharon Confronts Settlers
Israel, Egypt Near Deal on Gaza Border Security
Israel, Palestinians Reach Agreement on West Bank, Gaza Transport Link
Israeli Official Says Gaza Deal on Houses Isn't Final
Israel Ponders Jordanian Occupation of West Bank
Israelis in Gaza: Departure Is Certain, Details Are Not
Palestinian Politics
Hamas at Loggerheads With PA After Shunning Government Offer
Hamas Warns PA It Will Resist Disarmament
Abbas to Hold Landmark Talks With Syria's Assad
Israel Grooms Jailed Fatah Leader Barghouthi as PA Chairman
Palestinians Clear Orthodox Head
Israel Mulls Demolition of Illegal Houses in West Bank Outpost
Israel Bulldozes Arab Homes in East Jerusalem to Build Park
United Church of Christ Urges Economic Pressure on Mideast
Appalled at Beating of Protesters, Egypt's Opposition Leaps to Action
Egypt: Civil Society Groups Severely Restricted
Middle East
Al-Jazeera Launching All-English Channel
Lebanon Drops Charges Against Firebrand Aoun
Kuwait Faces Pressure on Rules of Succession
Zimbabwe Police Tear Down Dozens More Homes
Homeless and Hopeless in Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe: Clearance Victims Left in Limbo
'Callous' Raids Anger Mugabe Ally
Sudan, Darfur Rebels Sign Agreement
Unity Government Aims to Cover Up Sudan's Fractious Politics
EU to Name Envoy to Monitor Darfur
Global Arms Dealers Still Fuel Congo Unrest: Report
UN Force Launches Congo Offensive
Rwandan Militias in DR Congo Targeted by UN
Russia Blocks Plan to Stop African States Buying Arms
Ex-Hutu Rebels Win Burundi Poll
African Union Calls for Right to Deploy Peacekeepers in 'Lawless' Somalia
African Firms Back Corruption War
14 Militants Killed in Algeria Clashes

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