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Updated July 17, 2009 - 11:10 PM EDT
Report: West Offers Deal for Israeli Attack on Iran
  Top Iran Cleric Criticizes Hard-Liners in Sermon
  Police Tear-Gas Iran Protesters During Prayer
US Fears Growing UK Unrest Over Afghan Toll
  New US Strike Kills 6, Wounds 14 Civilians, Afghans Say
  Gates: US May Send Even More Troops to Afghanistan Than Planned
  Afghanistan: Oversight AWOL?
  Taliban Threatens to Kill Captured US Soldier
Obama Goes to Bat for Bush Wiretap Program
  Report: 'No Geographical Limitations' on CIA Assassination Program
Censors Silence Gitmo Defense Lawyer
  US Discards Evidence Obtained Through Torture in Gitmo Case
US Drone Strike Kills Five in North Waziristan
Deadly Bombs Hit Indonesia Luxury Hotels
US Military in Iraq Says 3 Soldiers Killed
Army Report Links Combat Stress, Murder
Britain Must Isolate Obama on His Afghan Policy  by Simon Jenkins
Everything That Happens in Afghanistan Is Based on Lies or Illusions  by Ann Jones and Tom Engelhardt
Blood and Oil in Central Asia
by Conn Hallinan
Hillary: Dim Bulb  by Gordon Prather
Bush's Hit Teams  by Robert Parry
Real ID: A Real Warning on the Danger of Govt  by James Bovard

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Kurdish Leaders Warn of Strains With Maliki
US to Admit Palestinian Refugees from Iraq
Iran's Opposition Speaks
Leaked Manual Outlines Talking Points for Pro-Israel Activists in US
A Cyber Attacker's Elusive Trail
Bush Admin Official Defends Warrantless Wiretaps
9/11 Accused Disrupt Military Court Hearing
UK 'Could Cut Warheads' if US, Russia Go Further
How to Dismantle a Nuclear Bomb
France Offers Glimpse of Military Nuclear Plants
US Military
Army Report That Shows a Link Between Combat Stress and Murder
Army Denies That Combat Stress Causes Homicide
Study: 1/3 of Iraq, Afghanistan Veterans at VA Hospitals Have Mental Health Problems
Grave Offenses at Arlington National Cemetery
A Shi'ite Schism on Clerical Rule
Shi'ite Pilgrimage Poses Major Challenge for Iraqi Military
18 Hurt by Baghdad Bomb Targeting Shi'ite Pilgrims
IED That Targeted Pilgrims Dismantled in Baghdad
Iraqi 'Rap Royalty' Takes to the Baghdad Stage
Thursday: 2 Iraqis Killed, 22 Wounded
News Agency: Iranian Nuke Chief Resigns
Iranian President Casts Doubt on US Engagement
Media Monitor: Seven Photographers Detained in Iran
Something Profound Has Changed. Iranians Losing Their Fear and Mock the Official Line
Hamas Sees Opening in Meeting With Former US Envoy
Dissident Israeli Soldiers Turn a Harsh Light on the Gaza War
Anti-Zionist Jews Meet With Hamas Leader in Gaza
Ultra-Orthodox Jews Riot in Jerusalem Over Arrest
10 Police Officers Hurt as Jerusalem Riots Continue Into the Night
Signs of Hope Emerge in the West Bank

IMF: West Bank Economy Can Grow if Israel Eases Up

Middle East
Israel: Iran, Syria Still Send Arms to Hezbollah
FM Tells US Envoy Syria Wants Golan Back
Turkish Prosecutor Wants Life Over Kurd Killings
Islamists 'Share French Hostages'
Somali Terror Suspect Returns to Court
Sudan Oil District Smoulders Ahead of Court Ruling
Taylor Says He Allowed Human Skulls at Roadblocks
Honduran Interim Leader: I'm Willing to Step Down
Some Terms Reached in Honduras Dispute
Aide: Zelaya to Set Up 'Government' Seat in Honduras
Honduran Interim Government Reinstates Curfew
US Military Warns of Tough Battles in Afghanistan
MPs Challenge Brown Over Afghanistan
UK's Brown Calls on Afghan Army to Pull Its Weight
Suicide Bomber Kills Three Police in Afghanistan
India: No Pakistan Peace Talks Till Mumbai Solved
India and Pakistan Agree to Fight Terror Together
Swat Refugees Scared, but Terrible Camp Life Forces Them Home
Pakistan Promises to Catch India Attackers
India, Pakistan Agree Terrorism Not Linked to Talks
Text: India, Pakistan Prime Ministers' Joint Statement
Today in Pakistan
Pakistan Vows 'No Compromise' in South Waziristan Attack
Militants Gun Down UN Official Helping Pakistan's Refugees
Roadside Bomb Kills Three in North Waziristan
Mullen Seeks World Support for Pakistan
US Praises Pakistan Handling of Swat Crisis
UN Team Digs Into Pakistan's Bhutto Conspiracy Theories
China to Issue Arrest Warrants for Xinjiang Riots
China's Population of Web Users Hits 338 Million
US Commission Seeks China Xinjiang Sanctions
China Boycotts Opening of World Games in Taiwan
Spy Gave Shuttle Secrets to China
UN Panel Issues New Sanctions Against North Korea
Indonesia Says 'Foreign Countries' Linked to Attacks at Goldmine
Nepal's Child Soldiers to Be Freed Finally
Thai 'Yellow Shirts' Protest Terror Charges: Police
Russia and Her Neighbors
East Europeans Nervous as US Courts Russia
Georgia Says US Standing Up to Russia
Mourners of Chechen Rights Activist Dispersed
Medvedev: Russian Activist's Killers Will Be Found
Chechnya Activist's Murder Sparks International Outrage
Lawyers, Activists and Reporters Killed in Russia
Greens Baulk at Blair for EU President Over Iraq
Denmark Plans Forces for Arctic
Iceland's Parliament Votes to Join EU
Protesting Kosovo Veterans Throw Firebombs in Pristina
Deal May See GIs on Colombia Base
Mexico Says 'No' to Deal With Cartels

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The Africa Obama Didn't Visit

Ivan Eland
To Mitigate Economic Armageddon: Slash the Defense Budget

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Travel Trials and Tribulations

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Independence, Empire Don't Mesh

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The Virtues of Gorbachevism

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Abe Foxman's 'Anti-Semitic Pandemic'

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