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Al Qaeda Says Zawahri Letter Is Fake

US Again Warns Syria on Lebanon, Iraq

Iraq Charter Deal Raises Hopes for Passage

From Iraq, Soldier Seeks War's End

NY Times 'Frustrated' by Miller Story

Bush Approval Dips Below 40 Percent
Battle in S. Russia Leaves 85 Dead, Basayev Reported Killed
Making the Middle East Safe for What?  by Leon Hadar
Fear and Loathing in Militia Hell
by Pepe Escobar
Recruiting in the Schools: No Lie Left Untried  by Dave Lindorff
Good News, or Urban Legends?
by Stan Cox
Waiting for Fulbright  by Warwick Sabin
A Toy Called Assad  by Zvi Bar'el

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CIA Says Bush Ignored Prewar Forecasts

A Threat's Journey From Iraq to New York

Text of Proposed Iraqi Constitution

Almost a Third of Britons Want Troops Out of Iraq Now

Rice: US Troops Will Remain in Afghanistan

Top Court Struggles Over Whistleblower Lawsuits

Syrians Blast Lebanon Media After Kanaan Suicide

Poland: US Will Have to Negotiate Any Troop Extension With New Govt

London Telegraph 'Forfeits Right to Protection'

Iraq Voting Under the Gun
The War Goes On

Another Iraq Suicide Attack Leaves 30 Dead

Insurgents Control Parts of Baghdad Just Half a Mile From the Green Zone

Medic Killed in Iraq

Australian Troops Under Fire in Iraq

British Minister: Iraq Stability Could Take 10 Years

British Troops to Resume Patrols With Iraqi Police

Blast Shuts Northern Iraq Oil Pipeline

Security Incidents in Iraq, Oct. 13

Security Incidents in Iraq, Oct. 12

Iraqi Constitution

Revised Articles in Iraq's Constitution

Iraqi Lawmakers OK Last-Minute Amendments

Sunni Leaders Offer Mixed Views of Deal on Constitution

Can Shi'ites Appease Sunnis Before Vote?

Iraqi Forces to Take Control for Referendum

Iraq's Kurds Ambivalent on Charter

US Welcomes Iraq Constitution Compromise

Iraq Today

Iraqi Troops: Ready, or Not?

Iraq Arrests 23 Current and Former Officials, Cites Graft in Defense Deals

Table Talk Is of Politics in Iraq's Uneasy Ramadan

Najaf: Iraq's Shi'ite Hub Awaits Its Day

Pessimism Surrounds Falling Oil Production in Iraq

Iraqi Police to Get $3.3 Million in Aid From Japan

Shi'ite vs. Sunni
Sistani Backs Constitution as Fears of Sectarian Violence Deepen

Sectarian Violence Tears at the Lives of Iraq's Soldiers

Sectarian Resentment Extends to Iraq's Army, Undermining Security

Sectarian Strife Tears at Neighbors


UK Accuses Iran of Aiding Basra Terror

IAEA in Talks With Iran on Access

Iran Finalizes Genocide, Other Charges Against Saddam

Iranians Wait for Change From Ahmadinejad


Ghazi Kanaan: Syria's Veteran Enforcer in Lebanon

Syria Slams 'Arab Support' for US Pressure

Syria Ready to Punish 'Traitors' in Hariri Murder

Syria's Assad: US Should Rethink Iraq War

Middle East

Kuwait Minister Wants Crown Prince to Step Down

Kuwait's Emir Steps in to Defuse Ruling Family Crisis

Yemen Said Linked to Guns in Saudi Attack


Chávez Kicks Out US Evangelists for 'Spying'

US Unfazed by Venezuela's Talk of Nukes

Venezuela Has No Plans to Acquire a Nuclear Reactor


Haiti Rules US Citizen Can Seek Office

Haiti to Prosecute 15 Police Officers

Mexico's 1968 Massacre Heads for Big Screen


Yemen Admits Sending Weapons to Somali Warlord 'Govt'

Sudan Gives Uganda Space to Move Against Rebels in South

Zimbabwe Opposition Calls for Election Boycott


Protesters Storm Bali Bombers' Jail, Chanting for Death

Uzbekistan Denies Using Torture

War on Terror

'Al-Qaeda' Reveals Grand Plan as It Tries to Rein in Zarqawi

US Wants to Push Ocean Boundaries to Limit Terror Threat

Terror's Media: War Over the Web

Australia to Reform Indonesia's Terror Laws

Rights Group Slams Australia's Anti-Terror Laws

UK War on Terror

Britain Unveils New Anti-Terror Measures

British Plans to Lock Up Terror Suspects Without Charge Provoke Outcry

Blair Defends Detention Without Charge

Blair's Proposed Anti-Terror Law Divides Britons

British Labor Divided Over Terror Laws

UK Dossier on Foreign Terror Laws Backfires

UK Home Secretary Issues Ultimatum to European Parliament Over New Terror Laws

New British Terror Powers Could Face Challenge Under Human Rights Law


Fighting Kills 21 in Afghanistan

US Air Strike Leaves 10 Taliban Militias Dead in Afghanistan

US Troops Fights an Invisible Enemy in Afghanistan

Rocket Explodes Outside Canadian Ambassador's Residence in Afghanistan

Canada Sends Soldiers From Afghanistan to Help Quake-Ravaged Pakistan

Relief vs. Afghan Fight

Rice Lauds Progress as Violence Surges in Afghanistan

South Asia

Rice Promises More US Aid for Pakistan

Report: Pakistan Will Accept Israeli Aid

South Asia Quake Rips Open Line of Control

Quake Deals Blow to Kashmir Rebels

Nepal General Election Pledged

US Military

Pentagon to Beef Up Domestic Rapid-Response Forces

Officer Killed Kentucky Soldier

Pentagon Increases Recruitment of Spies

Army Reviews How It Notifies Families of Deaths

Pentagon: Most Military Housing Substandard

US War at Home

An American in Chains

NY Officials Refuse to Accept Bomb Threat Was Hoax

Vermont Antiwar Group Wants Guard Out of Airport


South Korea Wants to Regain Military Control From US

US Deserter Discusses Life in North Korea

Jenkins Hopes Book Helps Settle Abduction Cases

US Envoy: North Korea Could Face Isolation


Israel Forces Capture Hamas Operative

US Keeps Israel Out of New Fighter-Jet Development Program

Two Foreign Journalists Seized in Gaza Freed

Qureia Won't Resign Over Security Concerns

Qureia: Official Probe Into Arafat's Death Inconclusive

Israel Locks Down for Yom Kippur Holiday


US Takes Tough Line in Balkans on Ties With NATO

UK Spy Service Breaks Cover to Seek Recruits

Schroeder's Seven Years in Power Ending

Dutch Proposal Would Ban Burqas


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India Ditches Iran and Nonalignment

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Stop Your Sobbing

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Free the Diplomats

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