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60 Die in Blast at Pakistan Marriott
  Top CIA Officers Were Target of Pakistan Blast
  Displaced Flee to Afghanistan as Bajaur Offensive Continues
  US Drones Continue Flights Over Waziristan
Sat Photos: 'Cleansing,' Not Surge, Pacified Iraq
  Iraqis Protest US Raid That Kills Displaced Family of 8
  Chalabi: US Wants Secret Bases in Iraq
  Saturday: 16 Iraqis Killed, 41 Wounded
Powers Can't Agree on New Iran Nuke Sanctions
  Iranian General Among Dead in Clashes With Rebels
  Top US Army Official Warns Israel Not to Attack Iran
General Petraeus Told He 'Must Succeed' in Afghanistan
  Afghan Killed When Canadian Troops Fire on Civilian Vehicle
NATO Plans Rapid-Reaction Force to Counter Russia
  NATO Denies Provoking Russia-Georgia Conflict
  Pentagon Boss Slams Russia but Plays Down Threat
North Korea Backing Away From Nuclear Deal
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A Million Doors Open for Peace
by Katrina Vanden Huevel
US Constitution Not Just
a Piece of Paper
 by Howard J. Blitz
Empire of Nothing  by Doug Bandow
Free World Colossus  by Lee Congdon
Reasserting the Constitution
by Bruce Fein

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Former Iraqi Lawmaker Reacts to Sanctions
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Assyrians Call for Unity in Iraq
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The War at Home
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The War at Home
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Sweden Compensates Egyptian Ex-Terror Suspect
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Bush, Abbas to Meet at White House Next Week
Fury Over Britain's Tel Aviv Embassy Link to Settlement-Builder
Middle East
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Yemen's President Condemns US Embassy Attack
Arabs Denounce Cleric's Fatwa on 'Immoral' TV
Islamists Dismantle Pro-Govt Roadblocks in South Somalia
Somali Insurgents Aim Mortars at Peacekeeper Plane
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New Darfur Fighting Disrupts Aid Delivery
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Peru Rebel Leader Refuses to Lay Down Arms
US: Coming Weeks Key in US-Russia Nuclear Cooperation
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Russian Defense Budget to Rise 25 Percent in 2009
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Stimulus Ignites Russian Markets
Russia Courts Leftists in Latin America
NATO Members Wonder: Will Defense Promises Hold?
Tymoshenko: Ukraine's NATO Bid 'Considerably Weakened'
NATO Sees No Need for Shift Despite Russia Fears
NATO Heads Discuss Future of Operations
Brown Pledges Financial Support for Georgia
UN General Assembly to Discuss Kosovo Independence
Czech, US Officials Sign Status of Forces Deal
Ex-Politician's Son Charged With Northern Ireland Terror
Six Afghan Civilians, International Soldier Killed
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US Sees Threat From Afghan-Pakistan Border Area
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Gates: NATO Must Share Cost of Raising Afghan Army
Interpol: Military Surge in Afghanistan Not Enough
Human Rights Watch: Airstrikes and Civilian Deaths in Afghanistan
Top Pakistani Military, Govt Leaders Agree US Incursions Won't Be Tolerated
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2,800 Pakistan Families Flee to Afghanistan: Minister
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