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Iraq Violence Is Down – but Not Because of Surge
  Iraq PM: Bremer's Mistakes No Less Serious Than Terrorists' Crimes
  US Fears Iraq Security Gains Could Be Lost
  Strip of Iraq 'On the Verge of Exploding'
  Sunday: 1 US Soldier, 17 Iraqis Killed; 24 Iraqis Wounded
Pakistan Fury at US Cross-Border Attacks
  Bush's Big Gamble in Launching Overt Attacks on Pakistani Territory
  Pakistan Claims Killing 72 Militants in 3 Days
  Pakistan Sends Fighter Jets to Tribal Region
Afghan Governor Dies in Suicide Blast
  Defense Contracts Foretell US Military Buildup in Afghanistan
  Pressure Mounts on India to Send Troops to Afghanistan
Five Bombs Explode in Indian Capital, 20 Killed
US to Sell Israel New Bunker-Buster Bombs
Russians Troops Leave Western Georgia
New London Terror Warning After US Attacks in Pakistan
The Wars of John McCain
by Jeffrey Goldberg
Israel's Dark Art of Ensnaring Palestinian Collaborators  by Jonathan Cook
Time Machine: Bomb-bomb Iran
by S.J. Masty
On The Beach  by Gordon Prather
Did al-Qaeda Succeed?  by Robert Parry
Bush's Bitter Legacy  by Andy Worthington

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Pentagon to Draft Full 2010 Budget Plan for Next President
Iraqi Women Take Aim
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Today in Iraq
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Going Home in Baghdad

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Iraqi Govt TV 'Morally Responsible' for Crew's Killing: Al-Sharqiyah
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Attacks Continue
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Civilian Dies, Three Wounded by Iraqi Soldier in Basra
Saturday: 28 Iraqis Killed, 49 Wounded
The War at Home
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National Guard Call-Up Is the Pennsylvania's Biggest
US Court Reviews Ruling in Killing of American Teen in West Bank Terror Attack
Andover Law School Convenes Bush War Crimes Conference
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'War on Terror'
UK Radical Muslims Warn of Another 9/11
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Palestinians Say Troops Kill Teenager in West Bank
Four Palestinians Hurt as West Bank Settlers Retaliate for Stabbing
Gun-Toting Settlers Slaughtered My Donkey, Palestinian Shepherd Says
Drawing Gaza's Battle Lines
Armed Clashes Break Out in Eastern Lebanon
Jordanian Official: 'Al-Qaeda Has Infiltrated Palestinian Refugee Camp' in Southern Lebanon
Lebanon Cleric Accuses US of Terrorizing Nations, Thwarting Peace Process
Middle East
Report: Livni Preparing to End Talks With Syria if She Becomes Israel's New Prime Minister
Ankara Warming Up to Tehran
Egypt Draws Up Plan to End Internal Palestinian Crisis
Tsvangirai: 'I Will Have to Trust Mugabe'
Zimbabwe Power Deal to Scrap Security Ministry
Zimbabwe's New Cabinet Ministries
Militants Battle Nigerian Forces in Oil Region
Militants Order Oil Workers to Leave Delta
Britain Blocks Prosecution of Sudan's Ruler
Sudan Accused of Bombing Darfur Rebels, Villagers
UN Nuclear Report
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Blueprint for Nuclear Bomb on Internet, Warns UN
Weekend Reviews
A Secret White House History 2006-2008
The Folly of Interventionism
We Who Dared to Say No to War
A Policy of Deliberate Cruelty
Outside the Green Zone, the Human Dimension
U.S. vs. Them
The Ashes of American Morality
A Leader Beyond Denial, as War Plans Flounder
Russia & Her Neighbors
Solana: EU Georgia Monitoring Team Ready on Time
Poland Says Russia Obstructs Europe's Energy Plans
Sarkozy Limbers Up for Judo Lessons From Putin
Second Georgian Policeman Killed in Abkhazia
Putin Expects New US President to Improve Ties
French Suspects Believed Plotting Attack Released
Omagh Bombing: Details From Phone Taps 'Not Passed On'
German Police Arrest Suspected al-Qaeda Supporter
Taliban Executions Still Haunt Afghan Soccer Field
Britain Pays for Surge of Spin Doctors in Kabul to Counter Taliban Propaganda
One Third of Canadians Back Afghan Mission
Shadow of Guantanamo Follows Freed Afghan Inmates Back to Their Homes
Pakistan Pursuing Diplomacy on US Raids
Pakistanis Battle Militants, Take Two Positions
Islamic Militants Briefly Seize Govt Building in NW Pakistan
Pakistan Taliban Promise to Quit Militancy if Shariah Enforced in Malakand
Death Squad Sent to Eliminate Defiant Senator in Pakistan
Delhi in Chaos After String of Bomb Blasts
Chronology: Major Attacks in India Since 2003
Indian Mujahideen Islamic Militant Group
Twenty Injured as Police Fire on Fresh Protest in Indian Kashmir
India to Spend More on Defence Than Britain Within Five Years
North Korea
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Who Will Succeed Kim Jong Il?
My Brilliant Korea: Kim Jong Il's Weird World
Myanmar Blames 'Insurgents' for Deadly Bomb Blasts
Exiled Burmese Monks Dream of New Uprising
Malaysian Seeks End to Decades of Firm Rule
Malaysian Blogger's Detention Sparks Fears
Rare Clash Reported in Authoritarian Turkmenistan
Troops Clash With Separatists in Southern Philippines: Military
Thai Ruling Coalition Begins Search for New PM
Cash Helped Costa Rica Switch Recognition From Taiwan to China
Israeli Politics
Death Toll in Bolivia Unrest Reaches 18
Bolivia, Opposition Eye Compromise to End Violence
US Freezes Assets of Three Chavez Alllies
Venezuela Seeks to Lower Tone in US Diplomatic Spat
Americans Keep Dying
Army Probe of New York Soldier's Death in Iraq Continues
Oregon Soldier Killed Just Two Months After Arriving in Afghanistan
Bothell (WA) Marine Killed by Roadside Bomb in Afghanistan
St. Louis (MO) Soldier Killed While Serving in Afghanistan
Slain Michigan Soldier Had Passion for Animals, Photography
Utah Soldier Dies of Non-Hostile Cause in Iraq
Weidman (MI) Soldier Killed in Afghanistan to Be Buried at Arlington
Pennsylvania Soldier Killed in Afghanistan
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