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How to Forestall Attack on Iran: Scott Ritter
Exit Iraq, & Leave No Bases Behind: Doug Bandow
No More Blank Checks for War: Patrick Buchanan
Final Bush Defeat in Iraq: Gareth Porter

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Missile 'Defense' in Eastern Europe

 Michael Ostrolenk

Conservative Arguments for Peace

 James Bovard

Attention Deficit Police State

 Gareth Porter

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Afghan Official: US Killed 64 Civilians
Iraqi Officials: Israeli Warplanes Practice in Iraq

Barak Hints at Israel's Readiness to Strike Iran


US Grants Israeli Jets OK to Use Iraq's Airspace for Iran Attack

  Rice Warns Iran That US Will Defend Israel
  Iranian Missile Image Was Photoshopped
  OPEC Chief Warns of 'Unlimited' Oil Prices if Iran Is Attacked
Pullout Demand Signals Final Bush Defeat in Iraq
  Sistani's Role Pushing Pullout Timetable Divides Parties
  Marine's Graphic Interview Describes Killing of Prisoners in Iraq
  Friday: 2 US Soldiers, 10 Iraqis Killed; 9 Iraqis Wounded
US Poised for Raids on Pakistan Rebels
  Mullen: More Foreign Militants Operating in Pakistani Tribal Areas
  Pakistan Strikes Pact With Militants After Sweep
Lebanon Forms Unity Govt With Hezbollah
Russia, China Veto UN Zimbabwe Sanctions
Whistleblower Says Pentagon Putting KBR Above Soldiers
Kucinich Impeachment Bill: Bush Deceived Congress on Iraq
Congressional Hearings Needed to Forestall an Attack on Iran  by Scott Ritter
Double Standards of Our 'War on Terror'  by Matthew Carr
Secret Agreement Would Preserve Human Rights Violations, Torture Policies in Iraq  by Tom Hayden
No More Blank Checks for War
by Patrick Buchanan
Giving Neocons the Fingar
by Robert Dreyfuss
A Pre-Election Terrorist Attack?
by Jacob G. Hornberger

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Two Taliban Killed by Group of Afghan Villagers
Rove Ignores Subpoena, Refuses to Testify on Hill
Senate OKs Promotions of Iraq Generals
AP Shocked by Cameraman's Further Detainment in Iraq for 'Security' Reasons
Bodies of 2 Missing Soldiers Are Found in Iraq
Book Cites Secret Red Cross Report of CIA Torture of al-Qaeda Captives
Turkish Premier, in Iraq,
Highlights a Warming Trend
Today in Iraq
IRAMs the Latest Weapon Used Against US Troops in Iraq
Great Guns! Stray Arms at Baghdad Embassy
Think Tank Says Iraq Ungenerous Towards Its Own Refugees
Drought Threatens Iraq's Crops and Water Supply
Al-Qaeda in Iraq Militants Detained
Global Iraq Fallout
Iraqis Tortured by UK Military Settle Case for $6m
Iraq, Turkey Sign Border Security Pact
Regional Ties With Iraq Start to Grow
Iraqi Oil Ministry Schedules Major Energy Conference
Iraq Transition Should Be Conditions-Based: British Defense Chief
The War at Home
Pelosi Says House Judiciary May Hold Hearings on Kucinich Impeachment Resolution
Mukasey Vows Justice Dept. Won't Meddle in Election, Promises Smooth Transition of Power
Roll Call Vote: Petraeus Confirmation
Roll Call Vote: Odierno Confirmation
US Military
Arlington Official Fired After Dispute Over Coverage of Funerals
Marines Laugh, Hoot, Then Go Silent at HBO's Generation Kill
Activists Decry New Pentagon Policy on Cluster Bombs
9/11 Defendant Would Like to See Secret Evidence Before He's Executed
Citing New Report, Lawyers for Canadian Detainee Denounce Abuse
US Kept Canadian Terror Suspect From Full Sleep
Canada PM Brushes Off Evidence of Guantanamo Abuse
US Judge Wants to Decide Guantánamo Cases This Year
Gitmo Cases Will Be Tried Chronologically
Hearing Delayed After 9/11 Defendant Wouldn't Come, Lawyer Says
'War on Terror'
US Defends Laptop Searches at the Border
DHS: Shock Bracelets for Airline Passengers 'Never Followed Up On'
UK Helicopter Opens Fire on Parachute Regiment in Afghanistan, Nine Injured
Afghan Forces Kill Taliban 'Governor'
British DM Sees 'Long Haul' in Afghanistan
UK's Brown: Afghan Challenge Surpasses Iraq
NATO Commander Seeks AWACS Planes for Afghanistan
Pakistani Lawyers Denounce Leader of Ruling Party
Pakistan: Police Nab a Taliban Leader
Pakistan, UN Reach Understanding on Bhutto Slaying Probe
Pakistan Accuses India of Violating Cease-Fire
Indian Official Denies Pakistani General's Accusation of Ceasefire Violation
US Welcomes India's Decision Over Nuclear Deal
US Carrier to Visit South Korea, Likely to Irk North
North Korea Nuclear Talks Resume, Focus on Verification
China Says 82 People Detained in Olympic Plots
China Warns of Muslim Terrorist Threat Ahead of Olympics
China's Silencing Season
Taiwan Nixes China Move to Change Olympic Name
Courts Test Thailand's New Government
Malaysia Prime Minister Says He Will Retire Early
Three Die as Fire Causes Explosions at Uzbek Ammo Depot
US, Colombia Choked Rebels' Communications Network
Colombia Rebels Planned Jail Break After Hostage Rescue: Govt
US Senate Panel Votes to Expand Cuba Travel

Iran Fired Only One Missile on Second Day: US

Amid Iran's Tests, Signs of Weakness
Israeli Eye-In-Sky on Display Amid Iran Jitters
British Defense Chief Urges Continued Engagement With Iran
Study Urges Long-Term Policies to Influence Iran
Israeli Settlements
Israel Approves 2,000 New Homes in East Jerusalem
Palestinians Sue Canadian Firms Building Israeli Settlements
Palestinians Threaten to Halt Talks Over Settlement Building
Hamas Arrests Gaza Rocket Cell
Fatah PM to Nablus Shopkeepers: Ignore Israeli Orders to Abandon Mall
Israeli Troops Kill Gaza Militant in First Truce Fatality
Israeli Non-Combat Reservists Say They're Being Thrust Into War Zones Without Training
Olmert Concedes Israeli Arabs Discriminated Against, Urges Them to Stop Criticizing Govt
Hamas: Israel Waging 'Dirty War'
PA Officials: Israeli Raids Undermining Attempts to Control Jenin
Jerusalem Bridge Points to a Divide
Olmert's Party Sets Mid-September Leadership Vote
Gaza Reporter Alleges Was Mistreated by Israel
Prisoner Exchange With Hezbollah Set for Wednesday
Once Again, Israel Cuts a Deal With Its Worst Enemies
Olmert Says Hezbollah's Nasrallah 'Scared to Death' of Israel
Army Acts to Restore Lebanon Calm
Middle East
Assad: Olmert Can't Make Commitments Needed for Peace
Egypt Arrests 70 Opposition Members for Supporting 'Banned Candidate'
Global Mideast Fallout
US Tries to Help Three Scholars Barred From Leaving Gaza
Israel Sees Mediterranean Union as Way to Expand Ties With Arab States
Two Killed in Tunnel Collapse on Gaza-Egpyt Border
Security at US Istanbul Consulate Tightened
Four Detained After Deadly Istanbul Attack
Kurdish Rebels in Turkey Won't Release Hostages
Russian Jets Over Restive Region Anger Georgia
Georgia Recalls Envoy After Russian Fighters Head to South Ossetia
US Push on Georgia Peace as Russia Warns Against NATO Bid
Belarus KGB Detains Several After Blast-Report
Belarus Police Search Homes and Interrogate Activists After Concert Bombing in Minsk
Dutch Court: UN Has 'Absolute Immunity' in International Law
Swiss Expand British Defense Contractor Corruption Probe
In Albanian Feuds, Isolation Engulfs Families
Zimbabwe Says UN Sanctions Could Start Civil War
Report: Zimbabwean Factions Resume Talks in South Africa
Zimbabwe Opposition Denies Negotiations Started
Tsvangirai Lays Down Talks Conditions
EU Parliament Calls for Mugabe Sanctions
British Govt Backs Off Threat to Deport 10,000 to Zimbabwe
Somali Insurgents Attack Government Base, Kill Two
Two Dead in Puntland Blast
Puntland Troops Prepare to Regain Town From Somaliland
Sudan: Rebels Behind Darfur Ambush

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Will the US Attack Iran?

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