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US Troops Kill 3 More Iraqi Civilians
  Bush Cuts Iraq Tours, No Deal Yet on Force Pact
  Iraqi Parliament Deadlocks Over Kirkuk
  US Auditor Says Funding for Iraqi Rebuilding Should Cease
  Thursday: 2 US Soldiers, 20 Iraqis Killed; 21 Iraqis Wounded
US Judge: Bush Aides Can Be Subpoenaed
  House Panel Votes to Cite Rove for Contempt
Strike on Iran Still Possible, US Tells Israel
  Air Force Think Tank Advises Against Iran Attack
  US Reaffirms Saturday Deadline on Iran, Warns of 'Consequences'
  Obama Gets the Feeling Israel May Attack Iran if Sanctions Fail
Israeli Prime Minister Olmert to Resign in Sept.
  Poll Shows Netanyahu as Israelis' Preferred Choice for Next PM
  Middle East Peace Process in Turmoil as Olmert Announces Exit
NATO Blames Pakistan Peace Talks for Afghan Unrest
  CIA Confronts Pakistan Over Spies' Terror Links
  NW Pakistan Clashes Intensify; Taliban Says Peace Deals at Risk
Neocon Flap Highlights Jewish Divide
Neocons Make Their War Aims in Iraq Clearer  by Jim Lobe
Peace Not Near on Middle East's 'Time Horizon'  by Leon Hadar
Why Are Neocons Attacking Turkey?  by Avni Dogru
Declare Victory and Don't Go Home
by Jeff Huber
Quagmire Exchange  by Charley Reese
Judicial Disaster  by Bruce Fein

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Al-Qaeda in Iraq Leader May Be in Afghanistan
British Military May Have to Rent Helicopters
Scolding Donald Rumsfeld
50,000 Iraqi Troops in Diyala Operation
Report: US 'Wasted' $560 Million on Iraq Repairs
Iraq's Rebuilding Planned at Nearly $120 Billion
Gates Sees Terrorism Remaining Enemy No. 1
UN Forces 'Stretched to Limits'
Ecuador Says US Must Leave Manta Air Base
Israeli Troops Shoot Nine at Funeral of Boy They Killed at Yesterday's Protest
Today in Iraq
MP: Kurds Reject Power Sharing in Kirkuk
Sons of Iraq Made Iraq Safer. What's Their Mission Now?
Sadr Tells Followers Not to Attack Iraqi Government Forces
Iraqis Thrilled Over Lifting of Olympic Ban
IOC Allows Iraqi Rowers to Go to Beijing, Too
Hundreds of Kurds Protest in Northern Iraq
Iraq Arrests 45 in Crackdown on al-Qaeda Fighters
Iraq Occupation
Bosnia Decides to Increase Its Iraq Force
Japan Iraq Mission to End by December
Sadr Urges Govt Not to Sign Pact With US
Attacks Continue
Unknown Gunmen Assassinate Sunni Party Leader in Mosul
Violence in Iraq Takes on New Face
Wednesday: 1 US Marine, 8 Iraqis Killed, 12 Wounded
The War at Home
Obama, McCain Share Some Military Policy Goals
Obama Says He'll Order Review of Executive Orders
Lawmakers Demand Actions to Prevent Electrocutions in Iraq
US Military
Air Force Nominee Schwartz Faces Questions About Iraq Testimony
The New Arms Bazaar: From Russia, With No Love
A Mother's Sorrow: One Soldier's Suicide
Pilot Dies in F-15 Crash During Nevada Training Exercises

Detaining Justice

Witness: Bin Laden's Driver Lacked Terror Resume
Guantanamo Lawyer Follows New Muse
'War on Terror'
Muslim Ex-Charity Has Evidence It Was Spied On
TSA Ramps Up Program to Psychologically Screen Airline Passengers
TSA Seizes DVD Player Battery Pack After Determining People Might Think It Looks Like a Bomb
Pentagon Hacker to Be Extradited to US
Syrian National Jailed in Britain for Bomb-Making
US Warns Afghan Northern Alliance Forces Against Buildup
More Foreign Fighters Join Taliban in Afghanistan
Afghan TV Host, Held Over Critical Show, Is Freed, Group Says
NATO Soldier Killed in Southern Afghanistan
Canada: Disciplinary Charges Soar Since the Push Into Afghanistan
Canadian DM: Not in Afghanistan to Guard Pipelines
Canada: NATO Must Do More in Southern Afghanistan
Bid to Torch NATO Trailer Foiled in Khyber
NATO Weighing Request to Send AWACS to Afghanistan
30 Killed as Fighting Escalates in Pakistan Valley
Pakistan Probes Taliban Collusion
US Wary of Pakistani Appeal for More Cooperation
Gilani Urges Provision of Technology to Stem Militancy
Taliban Warn 'Un-Islamic' Businesses of Dire Consequences
Militants Kill Woman 'Spy' in Pakistan
Curfew Imposed Amid Fighting in Pakistan Valley
Australia to Offer Military Advisers to Pakistan
India Reports Shooting on Kashmir Frontier
Skirmishes Can Hurt India-Pakistan Peace Process
Police Defuse Another Bomb in Western India

Terror Threat Looms Large in India

Hospital: Anwar Sodomy Case Report 'Looks Genuine'
South Korea-Japan
US Backtracks on Name of Disputed Asian Islands
South Korea Navy Stages Drill at Disputed Islets
Iran Leader Adamant on Nuclear Issue
Barak Urges Biting UN Sanctions Against Iran
EU Agrees to Go Beyond UN Sanctions on Iran
Nonaligned Countries Back Iran's Nuclear Program
Khamenei: Concessions Would Not Change World's Policy Toward Iran
Amnesty: Iran Must End Abuse of Kurdish Minority
Olmert Exit
US Prepared to Work With Any Israeli Leader
Scenarios for Israel After Olmert Resigns
Possible Successors to Israel's Olmert
Sides to Pursue Mideast Peace Despite Olmert Move
Abbas Calls Olmert's Decision 'Internal Affair'
Rice, Livni, Qurei Meet as Olmert Says He'll Quit
Excerpts of Olmert's Speech Pledging to Resign
Highlights of Ehud Olmert's Political Career
Gaza Unrest May Deepen Over Abbas Report
West Bank Village Calls General Strike Over Killing of Child
Study: Both Hamas and Fatah Guilty of Human Rights Violations
Palestinians Win Land Back From Wall
Fatah, Hamas in War of Words as Officials Head to Egypt for Factional Talks
Hamas-Fatah Fight Spreads to Upper Lips in Moustache War
Hamas Refuses Independent Investigation in the Fatah-Blamed Blasts
SS Liberty Sails to Challenge Israel
German Broadcaster Shuts Gaza Office to Protest Camerman's Arrest
Syrian Envoy: Olmert Exit Could Affect Israel Talks
Source: Syria, Israel to Hold New Talks Next Month
Syria Holds Trial Against 'Dissidents'
Army Soldier Killed in Eastern Lebanon
Hezbollah Accuses Israel Over Airspace Violations
Turkish Ruling Party Narrowly Avoids Ban
Turkish Court Warns Ruling Party but Keeps It Open
A Blast, a Warning, and a Curious Child Is Killed in Istanbul
Where Serbs Meet the New Kosovo
Kosovo's Prime Minister Hand Out 1st New Passports
Radovan Karadzic
Karadzic Faces First Day in Court on Genocide Charges
Karadzic: An Online Hoax Becomes a Source About a Suspect
Slavic Rivals Embroiled in Church Rift
Mbeki: Zimbabwe's Crisis Talks to Resume Sunday
Mugabe Says Wants Crisis Talks to Succeed
Mugabe Threatens Emergency
Zimbabwe Drops 10 Zeros From Inflated Currency
Kidnappers Extract Huge Ransoms in Forgotten Part of Africa
African Abductee: 'I Didn't Know if My Father Would Come for Me'
UN Council Breaks Deadlock on Darfur Resolution
UN Council to Disband Eritrea-Ethiopia Force
Somali Mayor Axed Over Insecurity
Nigeria Sultan: Poverty, Corruption to Blame for Conflict
UN Security Council Extends Ivory Coast Mandate
White House Says US Wants Big Change From China
Olympic Committee Agrees to Chinese Internet Blocking
Sixteenth Time Lucky? Taiwan Seeks UN Spot Again

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