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Militant Clashes Kill at Least 70 in NW Pakistan    Marines Assault Taliban Town in Afghanistan    Trader: Somali Insurgency Buying Arms US Gave to Government    Medvedev Condemns Yushchenko, Hopes for New Ukrainian Leadership    Three US Troops Killed as Violence Continues to Soar in Afghanistan    Lebanese President: Threat of Israeli Invasion Requires Unity Govt    A Diabetic on the Roof: the Claimed US Killing of Baitullah Mehsud    Pakistan's Musharraf Faces Exile or Arrest    Election Reveals a Younger Crop of Fatah Leaders    Israel Wary of Calm Days Bound to End in Turmoil    Court Upholds CIA Contractor's Detainee Abuse Conviction    US Ambassador Seeks More Money for Afghanistan    How I Wrote 1,000 Columns for    Tensions Rise on Israel's North    Documents: Rove Involved in US Attorney Firings    Trained for Iraq, Brigade Instead in Afghanistan    Maliki Courts Iraqi Sunni Tribal Leaders    Afghanistan's Presidential Election Campaign an Exercise in Peril    US, Syria Resuming Talks About 'Stability' in Iraq    Iranian Group Asks US to Take Control of Iraq Camp    Saudi Arabia May Not Follow Obama's Israel Plan    Political Solution in Afghanistan Possible, but Not by Going Down Current Path    Afghanistan Hires 10,000 Tribesmen to Secure Polls    Georgia's Change of Fortune    At Least 10 Killed as US Drone Strikes South Waziristan    Bill Clinton to the Rescue    The Sheik Down    Israeli Politicians Threatening Lebanon Again    Despite Attacks, Iraqis Resist Sectarian Reprisals    Obama's 'Acting Stupidly' in Afghanistan    Letting Cheney Off the Hook    The Ever Present Military Option    
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Updated August 12, 2009 - 8:51 PM EDT
Did the US Really Kill Pakistani Militant?
  Militant Clashes Kill at Least 70 in NW Pakistan
  At Least 14 Killed as US Drone Strikes S. Waziristan
  Pakistan's Musharraf Faces Exile or Arrest

US, NATO Deaths in Afghan Bombs Spike 6-Fold

  Marines Assault Taliban Town in Afghanistan
  Afghanistan Hires 10,000 Tribesmen to Secure Polls
  Trained for Iraq, Brigade Instead in Afghanistan

US Ambassador Seeks More Money for Afghanistan

Election Reveals a Younger Crop of Fatah Leaders

  Lebanese President: Threat of Israeli Invasion Requires Unity Govt
  Saudi Arabia May Not Follow Obama's Israel Plan

Israel Wary of Calm Days Bound to End in Turmoil

Despite Attacks, Iraqis Resist Sectarian Reprisals
  US, Syria Resuming Talks About 'Stability' in Iraq

Tuesday: 1 US Soldier, 9 Iraqis Killed; 50 Iraqis Wounded

Report: Somali Insurgents Buying US Weapons


Medvedev Slams Yushchenko, Hopes for New Ukraine Leaders

Obama's 'Acting Stupidly' in Afghanistan  by Stephen M. Walt
Political Solution in Afghanistan Possible, but Not by Going Down Current Path  by William Pfaff
Israeli Politicians Threatening Lebanon Again  The Daily Star (Beirut)
Georgia's Change of Fortune
by Lionel Beehner
Bill Clinton to the Rescue
by Eric Margolis
Letting Cheney Off the Hook
by Joanne Mariner

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2 US Architects of Harsh Tactics in 9/11's Wake

Documents: Rove Involved in US Attorney Firings

Iraq Contractor KBR Cited by Oversight Commission

Geneva Conventions at 60: Still Valid?

Problems Plague State Dept.'s Africa Bureau

Bosnia Is Back on the Brink of Ethnic Conflict, Warns UK Official

Tensions Rise on Israel's North

Iraqis Rebuild Al-Askari Mosque

Pentagon Very Nervous About Arab-Kurdish Feud

Maliki Courts Iraqi Sunni Tribal Leaders

Iraq: Oil-Rich Kirkuk Complains About Lack of Fuel

Iranian Group Asks US to Take Control of Iraq Camp

Tuesday: 1 US Soldier, 1 Iraqi Killed; 17 Iraqis Wounded


Safety Concerns Push Back Opening of Iran's Nuclear Plant

Iran's Opposition Verifies 69 Deaths in Unrest

Iran Rock Band Seeks Asylum in Britain

France Says Embassy Employee Freed by Iranians

Families: American Hikers Entered Iran by Mistake

Iran Exiles Accuse US of Ignoring Its Pledges

'War on Terror'

Commander: Al-Qaeda Remains a Combat Power

Judge: 9/11 Plotter's Counsel Can't Know How CIA Treated Him

US Battling CIA Rendition Case in 3 Courts

2 Yemenis Freed by US Return Home

Kuwait Says Foils al-Qaeda Plan to Bomb US Army Camp

Court Upholds CIA Contractor's Detainee Abuse Conviction


US Military Lauds Rwanda's Darfur Mission

Somali Kidnappers Free Six Foreigners


Hard-Line Zimbabwe Generals Salute Tsvangirai

Zimbabwe's Mugabe: West Should 'Leave US Alone'


OAS Chief Vows to Accompany Honduras Mission

Ousted Leader's Backers Arrive in Honduran Capital

US Soldier Charged in Mexican Cartel Killing


Three Afghan Soldiers Killed in Afghanistan

Polish Soldier Killed in Afghanistan

Karzai Insists Polls Will Proceed Despite Taliban Violence

Afghan Woman Defies Threats, Discrimination to Run for Re-Election


Pakistan Police Book Former President Musharraf

Terrorists 'Have Attacked Pakistan Nuclear Sites Three Times'

Militants Burn Seven Schools in Buner District

Pentagon Comfortable With Pakistani Nuclear Safety Measures

Sectarian Violence Hits Pakistani Town


A Look at Some of the Newly Elected Fatah Leaders

Fatah's Old Guard Ousted by Election of Intifada Chief

New Fatah Leadership Boosts Mideast Peace Efforts

Israeli Soldier Gets 7.5 Months in Prison for Looting During Gaza Op

UNDP Begins Explosive Clean-Up Operation in Gaza


Military to Take on Maoists in India

Silent Bombs for the Motherland

Myanmar Extends House Arrest of Opposition Activist

Thais Reject US Request to Extradite Arms Dealer


North Korea Stages Propaganda Spectacle

US Tightens Financial Noose on North Korea


Medvedev Blasts Ukraine Over 'Anti-Russian' Stance

Moscow Signals Widening Rift With Ukraine


Abducted Activist and Husband Found Dead in Chechnya

Critics of Ramzan Kadyrov Regime Are Only Ones to Die in Chechnya


Justin Raimondo
How I Wrote 1,000 Columns for

Charles V. Peņa
The Ever Present Military Option

Kelley B. Vlahos
No Color-Coded Revolution for Afghanistan

Ivan Eland
Treat North Korea As a Child Psychologist Would

Philip Giraldi
Export Cars, Not Democracy

Nebojsa Malic
The Lessons of August

Ran HaCohen
Fascism Needs an Enemy

David R. Henderson
NPR: 'Murder' a Controversial Concept

Alan Bock
Independence, Empire Don't Mesh

Edouard Husson
The Virtues of Gorbachevism

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