Sen. Kerry Slams White House Pakistan Strategy    US Lacks Capacity to Win Over Afghans    Harman Did Urge Times Not to Publish Wiretapping Expose    Gitmo Dispute May Stall War Funding Request    Blackwater Lingers in Iraq    Obama Backs Off Opposition to Torture Memos Probe    Gen. Petraeus Predicts Worsening Violence in Afghanistan    Israeli Officials Liken Iran to Nazis, Reject Warning Not to Attack    Russia Adds Troops Along South Ossetia-Georgia Border     Justice Department 'Torture' Memos    Wider Drug War Threatens Colombian Indians    US Senate Torture Memo Report    Obama Official: Banned Techniques Yielded 'High Value Information'    Israel Puts Iran Issue Ahead of Palestinians    Harsh Tactics Readied Before Their Approval    Harmanic Convergence    Cheney Asks: What About CIA's Torture Triumphs?    Ex-Rice Aide Blasts Torture Program    Prosecutors Considering Dropping Espionage Charges Against Former AIPAC Lobbyists    A Third Doctor Objects to CIA Misuse of Science Research    Cyber-Spies Breach US Fighter-Jet Program: Report    Cuban Prisoners Don't Want to Be Traded for Spies    Russia Warns US Stepping Up Shield Plans - Agency    Two Koreas End Rare Talks Without Agreement    Tamil Rebels Ignore Sri Lanka Surrender Deadline    Afghan Govt: No Breakthroughs in Militant Talks    Federal Judge Hears Challenge to Iraq War    Somali President Says His Government Can Solve Pirate Attacks    Mexican Army Will Fight Drug War for Years    Traps for George Mitchell    Ignoring Kim    Iran Hints US Reporter's Sentence May Be Eased    Sri Lanka Rebels: 1,000 Civilians Die in Govt Raid    Israel Strives to Re-Brand Image    Iraqi Victims Outraged at Slow Blackwater Exit    Confessions and Lamentations    Harman, AIPAC, NSA: Was the Leak Timed for Political Reasons?    Reading the Case of Roxana Saberi    Reckoning Nears for the US and Israel    Attorney General's Rhetoric, Actions Don't Match    
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Sen. Kerry Slams White House Pakistan Strategy
  Petraeus Predicts Worsening Afghan Violence
  US Lacks Capacity to Win Over Afghans
  Afghan Govt: No Breakthroughs in Militant Talks
Prosecutors May Drop AIPAC Spy Charges
  Harman, AIPAC, NSA: Was the Leak Timed for Political Reasons?
  Harman Did Urge 'Times' Not to Publish Wiretapping Exposé
Iran Officially Welcomes Nuclear Talks
  Israel Rejects Warning Not to Attack Iran
  US Rejects an Israeli Demand
  Netanyahu's New-Old Methods of Stalling Peace Talks
Blackwater Lingers in Iraq
  Iraqi Victims Outraged at Slow Blackwater Exit
  Federal Judge Hears Challenge to Iraq War
  Wednesday: 1 US Soldier, 10 Iraqis Killed; 30 Wounded
Obama Backs Off Opposition to Torture Probe
  Obama Official: Banned Techniques Yielded 'High Value Information'
  A Third Doctor Objects to CIA Misuse of Science Research
Gitmo Prison Dispute May Hold Up War Funding
Russia Adds Troops Along South Ossetia-Georgia Border
Sri Lanka Rebels: 1,000 Civilians Die in Govt Raid
Revealing the Secrets in Room 101
by Scott Horton
Reading the Case of Roxana Saberi  by Henry Newman
Attorney General's Rhetoric, Actions Don't Match  by Daphne Eviatar
Traps for George Mitchell  by Daniel Levy
Pirates of Procurement
by John Feffer and Tom Engelhardt
Reckoning Nears for the US and Israel  by Rami G. Khouri

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Sticky Bomb Sets Army Vehicle Ablaze in Kirkuk
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Israel: Sirens Wail in Memory of Holocaust
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First Hamas-Affiliated Bank Opens in Gaza
UN: Gaza's Post-War Environmental Problems Growing
Obama Invites Middle East Leaders to White House
Global Mideast Fallout
Obama Expects Gestures From Israelis, Palestinians
Britain to Review All Arms Exports to Israel
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Egypt Negotiator to Visit Israel, May Avoid Meeting Lieberman
Norway Lawyers to Charge Olmert With War Crimes
Dutch Parliament Agrees to Block All Dialogue With Hamas
Nobel Laureate Accuses Israel of 'Ethnic Cleansing'
Middle East
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Turkish Police Detain 37 in al-Qaeda Raids
UN Demands Democracy in Fiji, Suspends Mediation
US Shares Plans With Afghans to Avoid Deaths
Obama Official: US Gives Sensitive Info to Afghans
Afghan Forces Kill Eight Taliban-Linked Rebels: Authorities
US Signs Afghan Transit Deal With Tajikistan
Swat Valley Taliban Reject Peace Accord
US Declares Osama 'Unwelcome' in Swat Valley
Nawaz Dissatisfied With Swat Valley Deal
Pakistan's Sharif Urges Dialogue to Quell Insurgency
Pakistan Boosts Police Pay as Violence Grows
Official: US Wants Broader Pakistan Military Ties
Five Killed in Indian Kashmir Blast Ahead of Polls
Sri Lanka
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Tamil Rebels Ignore Sri Lanka Surrender Deadline
Sri Lanka Civilians Facing Catastrophe in 'Final Battle'
US Releases Satellite Photos of Sri Lankan War
Tamil Canadians Protest Sri Lanka's Civil War
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Fears of Bloodbath as Sri Lankan Forces Push Into Tamil Tiger Enclave
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South Korea Says North Refuses to Free Detained Worker
North Korea Dismisses Stepped-Up Sanctions Effort at UN
China to Show Off Resurgent Naval Strength
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China to Unveil Nuclear Submarines
China Denies Claims It Hacked Into Pentagon Computers
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Georgia/South Ossetia/Russia
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Detentions Condemned in South Ossetia
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Mystery Surrounds Somali Pirate's Personal Life
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Seized Aid Worker Beaten, Refusing Food in Somalia
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Darfur Aid Workers' Captors Urge Swift Deal
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