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An Iraq Interrogator's Nightmare: Eric Fair
The Najaf Massacre: Annotated: Conn Hallinan
Will Watada Mistrial End the War?: Brecher/Smith
Criminals Control Executive Branch: P.C. Roberts
Helping Israel Die: Ray McGovern

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Updated February 11, 2007 - 9:22 PM EST
US: Iran Govt Ordering Bombs to Iraq
  US: Iranian Bombs Have Killed 170 Iraq Coalition Troops
  Iran Envoy: 'US Fabricating Evidence Against Iran'
  Report: Pentagon Has Chosen Targets for Iran Strike
New US General: Iraq Doomed if Crackdown Fails
  Added Troops Yield Few Results Yet in Baghdad
  US Soldiers Kill American Contractor in Iraq
  Sunday: 90 Iraqis, 2 GIs Killed; 127 Iraqis Wounded
Rep. Hoyer: Vote on Iraq Will Be Limited
  CIA Doubts Didn't Deter Feith's Team
  Binding or Non-Binding? Will Congress Vote to End the War?
  Feds Say Iraq Terror Suspect Ruling Hurts Exec. Power to Wage War
Putin Blasts US for Its Uncontained Use of Force
  Putin's Speech: Back to Cold War?
It Is No Use Blaming Iran for the Insurgency in Iraq  by Patrick Cockburn
Slaughter and Spin in the Battle for Najaf  by Chris Floyd
Criminals Control the Executive Branch  by Paul Craig Roberts
An Iraq Interrogator's Nightmare
by Eric Fair
Helping Israel Die  by Ray McGovern
The Najaf Massacre: Annotated
by Conn Hallinan

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Gulf States Load Up on Weapons of War
NY Times Reporter Who Got Iraqi WMDs Wrong Now Highlights Iran Claims
Cheney’s To-Do Lists, Then and Now
Iraq Resolution Typifies Rift in Senate
Swiss Still Braced for Nuclear War
Commanding Officer Alleges Military Cover-Up of Gitmo Abuse
Helicopters Down in Iraq
Helicopter Downings Vex US Military Analysts
US Copters in Iraq Get Defense Upgrade
General: Chopper Losses Don't Indicate New Tactics From Insurgents
Today in Iraq
Al-Sadr Looks to Lie Low, Outlast US
Clashes Erupt in North Baghdad
Obscure Religion Threatened With Oblivion by Iraq War
Sunni Mosque Reopens in Shi’ite Stronghold
Iraqi Army Opening Mortuary
Saturday: 3 GIs, 87 Iraqis Killed; 4 GIs, 41 Iraqis Wounded
US War at Home
Dems Seek to Limit US Iraq Involvement
Hillary: Vote Authorizing Iraq Invasion 'Wasn't a Vote for Pre-Emptive War'
US Gets Serious About Helping Iraq Refugees
US Military
Iowa Guardsmen Are Proud but Disappointed
Accused Marine Faces Tough Legal Fight
Solace Found in Slain Soldier's Newborn
UK War at Home
US General Disputes Finding That Pilots Weren't to Blame for UK Soldier's Death
Analysis: Replacing Nukes Will Cost Five Times What Blair Said
Saudi Arms Corruption Case Goes to Europe
A Private Who Never Complained: The 101st Briton Killed in Action
UK Families of Iraq Victims Denied Any Legal Aid
Book Accuses UK of Covering Up Sinking of French Fishing Boat During 'War Games'

'War on Terror'

Expert: 2 Bombs May Be From 'The Bishop'
Over 800 Australians Attend Prayer Service for Gitmo Detainee
Colombian Paramilitaries Rearming After Peace Deal
North Korea
Talks With North Korea Extended to 4th Day
New Setback in North Korean Nuclear Talks
North Korea Talks Clouded by Energy Dispute
Americans Keep Dying
Son Wanted 'To Get the Hell Out of Iraq,' Dies on Last Day of Tour (AZ)
Navy Corpsman (TX) Dies in Chopper Crash 7 Days After Arriving in Iraq
Layton (UT) Soldier Predicted Iraq Death
Soldier (SC) Was Coming Home for Birth of 4th Child This Week
Soldier (OH) Leaves Behind a Widow and a Baby He Never Met
Sergeant (TX) Made a Life in the Army
Carson (CA) Marine Killed in Iraq
Arkansas Guardsman Killed in Helicopter Crash
Slain Santa Ana Pueblo Marine (NM) Comes Home
Army Pilot 'Lived to Fly' (AL)
East Cleveland (OH) Soldier Killed in Iraq
Marine (VA) Who Volunteered for Third Tour Killed by Sniper
Shreveport (LA) Soldier Is Survived by Wife and Newborn Twin Daughters
To the End, Illinois Soldier Was True to Himself
East Cleveland (OH) Soldier Killed in Iraq
Tributes to Fallen Nebraska Soldier Continue
Montana Soldier 'Wanted to Be a Military Man'
Slain Soldier (WA) Saw Job as Protecting Others
Young Woman (MD) Meets Tragic End in Iraq
Swampscott (MA) Marine on Her Third Tour Killed in Helicopter Crash
KBR Contract Trucker Killed in Iraq (MI)
Los Altos Hills (CA) Soldier Killed
Pennsylvania Marine Killed by Grenade in Iraq
Ohio Soldier Hoped to Be Police Officer
Chopper Crash in Iraq Kills Washington Marine
Streetsboro (OH) Sailor Killed in Iraq War
Navy Paramedic From Maryland Dies in Helicopter Crash
US Keeps Pressure on Iran but Decreases Saber Rattling
Iran Says Talks Could End Nuclear Row
Iran Further Isolated Over Nuclear Program: US
Iran Holds Atomic Fete With UN Deadline Looming
How Close Is Iran to a Nuclear Bomb?
Merkel Says World Determined to Stop Iran Having Nuclear Weapons
Germany: Iran Must Obey All International Demands
Iran, Venezuela to Begin Direct Flights
Palestinian Unity Govt
Israeli Officials Say Palestinian Unity Deal Could Jeopardize Next Week's Talks
Gazans Hope for Peace After Unity Deal
Israeli FM Urges Europe Not to Recognize Palestinian Unity Govt
Quartet Restates Conditions for Palestinian Aid
Palestinian Unity Govt Won't Recognize Israel
Abbas' Top Advisers Call on UN Chief After Meeting Rice
Palestinian Sources: Deal for Shalit Release Closer Than Ever
Clashes Flare Over Jerusalem Mosque
Judge: Troops at Barrier Protest More Violent Than Protesters
Israeli Prison Service Says Detainees May Be Using More Water to Harm Israel
Jewish Inroads in Muslim Quarter
Israeli Military Arrests Palestinian Carrying Explosives South of Nablus
Explosive Faceoff Feared in Downtown Beirut on Hariri's Assassination Anniversary
Revisiting Bint Jbail
Prices of Kalashnikov Point to Civil War Fears in Lebanon
Middle East
Saudis Seen Worried Over Iran, Not US, in Mecca Deal
Muslim Brotherhood Says Egypt Aims to Provoke Violence
Yemen MPs Back Government to Get Tough With Rebels
NATO Commander Says Too Few Troops in Afghanistan
NATO Chief Sees Afghan Insurgency Smashed by 2009
Former Afghan FM: Taliban Remains United
Taliban Stepping Up Attacks in Afghanistan
Four Police Killed, Three Injured in Southern Afghanistan
Blast Destroys Shopping Center in Afghanistan, 23 Hurt
Afghans Allow Themselves a Ration of Hope
Attack in Pakistan on Red Cross Office
Pakistan Blast Halts Red Cross Work
Four Dead From Kashmir Shootout
China Executes Muslim Separatist
Cardinal Accuses China of 'Acts of War' Against Vatican
Hundreds Protest US Jets in Japan
Putin Says US Is Undermining Global Stability
A Tall, Elusive Russian and a Cup of Poison Tea
Russia Detains Chechens Over Reporter's Murder
UN Forces Tear Gas Kosovo Protesters
Bosnia Defies UN Over Dismissals in Police
NATO Troops Raid Home of Karadzic Ally
US Stirring Pot in Somalia
Somali Britons Caught by SAS Face Execution
At Least Three Said Killed in Mogadishu Attacks
Analysts: AU Force Heading for Somalia Too Weak to Prop Up Govt
China’s Influence in Africa Arouses Some Resistance
At Least 8 Die in Clashes in Guinea

Religious Aspects of Sudan Conflict Drawing Evangelical Charities


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Lebanon, Again

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India-Iran Ties Jeopardized by US Threats

Doug Bandow
Gambling on Humanitarian Intervention

Nebojsa Malic
Ahtisaari's 'Final Solution'

Ivan Eland
Hundreds of Billions – for What?

David R. Henderson
Should We Judge Government?

Alan Bock
Cart Before the Horse

Charles Peña
Whither the Surge?

Ran HaCohen
A Midwinter Night's Dream

Sascha Matuszak
China's Little Capitalists

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