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US Missile Strike Kills 14 at Home in Pakistan
  Pakistan-US Tensions Escalate Over Raids
  Fear of Losing Drove US Ground Raid in Pakistan
  NATO Won't Participate in US Strikes in Pakistan
  Tribesmen Threaten to Scrap Peace Deal if US Strikes Continue
  Pakistani Army Ordered to Retaliate Against Foreign Troops in Country
  Pakistan Kills 100 as Tension With US Grows
US Firm Ambushed in Afghan South, 23 Dead
  Karzai Opposes Long-Term NATO Presence
  2008 Already Deadliest for US in Afghanistan
  Afghans Say Life No Better After Invasion
Israel Asks US for Arms, Corridor to Attack Iran
Putin Warns West Against Starting Arms Race
  Cold War Echo: Russian Military Maneuvers With Venezuela
Palin: War With Russia Possible
  Palin Backs America's 'Righteous' War in Iraq
  Palin Links Iraq to 9/11, a View Discarded by Bush
Car Bomb in Iraq Kills at Least 32, Wounds 43
  Friday: 44 Iraqis Killed, 82 Wounded
  Petraeus: Iraq War Will Never End in Victory
Ukraine: Latest Political Battleground Between West, Russia
The Value of One,
the Value of None
 by Tom Engelhardt
They Lied With Their Boots On
by Jeff Huber
No 'Victory' in Iraq  by Aaron Glantz
A Better Way to Have Handled 9/11
by Jacob G. Hornberger
A 9/11 'What If?'  by Peter Dyer
Danger in South Asia  by Conn Hallinan

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