Today's Highlights

Fear Stupid Acts: Charley Reese
Apartheid Looks Like This: Jonathan Cook
Do Something Good: Kathy Kelly
Yet Another Famous Victory: Gordon Prather
All Roads Lead to Checkpoints: Remi Kanazi

 Antonia Juhasz

The Bush Agenda: Who is going to end up in control of all that Iraqi oil?

 J. Daryl Byler

American Religious Leaders Against the Next War: Mennonite minister travels to Iran in attempt to make peace.

 Christopher Ketcham

Cheering Movers and Art Student Spies: What Did Israel Know in Advance of the 9/11 Attacks?

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Updated February 25, 2007 - 9:13 PM EST
US Making Plans to Bomb Iran: Report
  US Armada Prepares to Take on Iran
  US Funds Terror Groups to Sow Chaos in Iran
  Sources: US Generals Threaten to Quit if Bush Orders Iran Attack
  US War With Iran Would Be Navy, Air Force Show: Analysts
  Israel Ready for War With Iran
  Israel Denies Seeking US Go-Ahead for Iran Strike
General: Attacks May Delay Iraq Handover Plans
  Sunday Attacks Leave 144 Iraqis, 1 GI Dead; 127 Iraqis Wounded
  Deadly West Iraq Blast Indicates Growing Sunni Conflict
  Maliki Slams US Over Prominent Shi'ite's Arrest
  Iraqi Allies, US Split on Ba'athist Policy
  Iraq Rebel Cleric Reins in Militia; Motives at Issue
Murtha Stumbles on Iraq Funding Curbs
  Americans Vastly Underestimate Iraq Toll
  Prospect of Defeat Looms for British Army
Secret Report: UK Terror Threat Worst Since 9/11
Apartheid Looks Like This  by Jonathan Cook
Yet Another Famous Victory
by Gordon Prather
Unique Dissidence: Castro's Most Prominent Challenger  by Ximena Ortiz
All Roads Lead to Checkpoints
by Remi Kanazi
Fear Stupid Acts  by Charley Reese
Do Something Good  by Kathy Kelly

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US Bombards SE Baghdad
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Administrative Issues Cited at Walter Reed
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British Defense Ministry Hired Psychics to Find bin Laden
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South Korea Welcomes US Military Handover Agreement
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Spanish Intelligence Service Warns of More Attacks in Afghanistan
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Troops Out of Iraq... to Fight in Afghanistan
Balochistan Tops List of 37 Terror Attacks in January
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Rebels Ambush Indian Police, Killing 15
Family Mourns Kids Killed in Train Blast
Three Suspected Terrorists Die in Pakistan
Rocket Attack Disrupts Power Supply in Quetta
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Sri Lankan Government Finds Support From Buddhist Hardliners
Sri Lanka Troops Take Tiger Bases on Truce Anniversary
Japan Launches Spy Satellites
Rivals on Legal Tightrope Seek to Widen Freedoms in China
Bangkok Police Remain on Full Alert
Prodi Gets a Second Chance to Lead Italy
NATO Pledges to Stand Firm on Kosovo
Kremlin Enemy Hits Back at Putin
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Iran: US Not in Position to Start War
Iran Kills 17 Rebels Close to Turkey Border
Iran 'Ready for Anything' in Nuclear Dispute
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The Little Girl Trapped by a Quirk of War
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Israeli Troops Wound Three Youths Near Nablus
West Bank Town Fights Israeli Barrier
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Saudis' Cutbacks Raise Oil Concerns
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Army Medic (PA) Wanted to Be a Doctor
Father, Fiancee Struggle With Tragic War Loss (MI)
Soldier From Anniston (AL) Killed in Iraq
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Family Mourns Alabama Marine Run Over While Sleeping
Michigan Man Killed by Sniper Fire in Iraq
Marine (MO) Cheered Up Comrades
Once Again, Texas High School Is Hit by the Death of a Graduate
18-Year-Old Army Ranger (CA) Killed in Afghan Helicopter Crash
Man With Mesa (AZ) Ties Dies in Afghanistan
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Ultimate Sacrifice of Poteau (OK) Son in Afghanistan
Edwardsville (IL) Man Dies in Chopper Crash in Afghanistan
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Creede (CO) Mourns Fallen Marine
Family Remembers Boise (ID) Soldier
Marine (KY) Collapses, Dies During Iraq Training in Philippines
East Hartford (CT) Soldier Falls in Iraq
South Carolina Soldier Had 'Sense of Duty'
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Couple's Dreams Die With Soldier (FL)
Son's Death Leaves Void in Family (KS)
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Doug Bandow
The War Lobby Abandons the Troops

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Sascha Matuszak
From China to Cairo

Ivan Eland
Iraq: Enough Blame to Go Around

David R. Henderson
Does War Make Presidents Great?

Alan Bock
America the Frightened

Charles Peņa
The Future of Terrorism

Ran HaCohen
A Midwinter Night's Dream

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