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Updated November 14, 2009 - 11:25 PM EST
NATO Troops Say Woman Killed in Error
  Troop Morale Continues to Drop in Aghanistan
  Three Americans Killed in Afghanistan
  Brown Hopes for 5,000 More European Troops for Afghanistan
  Memo: British Plan Taliban Reconciliation
  Taliban Gain Foothold in Once-Stable Afghan North
9/11 Suspects Heading to NY Criminal Trials
  Republicans Blast Obama Decision on Gitmo
  Details About NSA Cyberattack During Bush Administration Revealed
Did Britain Collude With US in Abuse of Iraqis?
  Huge Rise in Birth Defects in Fallujah
  Accustomed to Danger, Iraqi Journalists Now Face Legal Attacks
  Along Baghdad Street, a Debate Over Limits of Free Expression
Iran Army Chief Backs Uranium Exchange Deal
  Houston Mosque Insists It Isn't Part of the Iranian Government
  Turkey Says Willing to Store Uranium From Iran
  The US Jew Whose Iran Views Rile Israel Intelligence Officials
Suicide Attack Kills 11 at NW Pakistan Checkpoint
US Says No Military Deal With Yemen
Poll: Most Israelis Back Peace Talks With Hamas
Suicides in US Army Are on Track to Reach New High
The Afghan Government Is More a Racket Than a Regime  by Patrick Cockburn
Why the Afghan Surge Will Fail
by Conn Hallinan
Without War We Are Nothing, Apparently  by Alex Massie
Why Die for Karzai?  by Tom Hayden
The Fifty-Year War  by Jonathan Schell
Pacifying Afghanistan: A Dangerous Dream  by Walter Rodgers

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Army Sends Infant to Protective Services, Mom to Afghanistan
Chechnya Says Helicopter Attack Kills 20 Rebels
In Tokyo, Obama Makes Concession on Marine Base
Top Official: US Won't Accept Partial Settlement Freeze
The Pentagon's Long-Term Plan to Get Back on Campus
Fort Hood Killings
Lawmaker: Hasan Had Communications With Pakistan
Alleged Fort Hood Shooter Is Paralyzed, Lawyer Says
Brother of Terror Suspect: 'We Are Not Extremists'
Muslims in US Military Face Heavy Scrutiny After Fort Hood
US Expects to Seek Death Penalty for 9/11 Suspects
Holder Vows Gitmo Defendants Will Not Be Released in the US
A Look at the 10 Gitmo Detainees Headed to US
Profiles of Four Terror Suspects
Current Population at US Prison at Guantánamo
Lawyer: 'Shocking' That Khadr Will Face US Military Commission
Ottawa Fights Repatriation of Guantánamo Inmate
9/11 Families Has Mixed Feelings About Trial Venue
Witness in Italy May Hold Key to Guantanamo Trials
'War on Terror'
Bush Was Concerned Successor Might Revoke Telco Spy Immunity
UK Terror Suspects Freed From House Arrest After Peace Deal
Report: Somali Terror Suspect Had US Residency
Brother: Minn. Terror Suspect Had Little Money
2012 London Games Pose Biggest Security Risk in Decades
Berlin Against Anti-Terror Bank Data Deal
Disagreement in Middle East Over Iran's Nuclear Program
Iran to Try Brother-In-Law of Opposition Leader
Muslims Must Quit British Forces, Says Iranian Envoy
UK Ministry of Defense Probes New Iraq Abuse Claims
13-Year-Old Christian Boy Shot Down in Mosul
EU, Iraq Finalize Far-Reaching Cooperation Deal
Friday: 3 Iraqis Killed, 9 Wounded
Israel General Says Hamas Curbing Gaza Rocket Fire
Debate on Gaza Report Shows Growing Resolve to Challenge Pro-Israeli Stance
Israeli Military vs. Goldstone: PR 'Commando' Explains War to US
Intel Places Barbed Wire Fence Ahead of Israeli Protest
Israel 'Personally Attacking Human Rights Group' After Gaza War Criticism
Report: Israel Using Live Fire Against Protesters
Israeli Troops Kill Palestinian Along Gaza Border
'War Criminal Go Home,' Brazil Protesters Shout at Peres
Middle East
Tent Cities Raised as Saudis Flee Yemen Border Bombardment
Syrian President Says Israel Doesn't Want Peace
Turkey Plans to Ease Restrictions on Kurds
At Least 20 Killed in Peshawar Bombings
Foreign Diplomats Test Pakistani Police With Dummy Bombs
Islamabad Police Praised After Killing Deaf Man
Major Militant Attacks in Pakistan Since October
Rep. Moran: 'Obama Needs to Get Out of This War Before He Owns This War'
Kerry: US Can't 'Walk Away' From Afghanistan
Russian Deal on Afghan Supply Route Not a Deal Yet
Despite Marines' Presence, Fear of Taliban Persists in Afghan Town
Germany to Send 100 More Troops to Afghanistan
Japan's Hatoyama Eyes Civilian Role in Afghanistan
Three Policemen Killed in Maoist Blast in Eastern India
Prepaid Phone Ban Stirs Anger in Indian Kashmir
Police Clash With Maoist Protesters in Nepal
Sino-Indian Rivalry Fuels Nepal's Turmoil
Obama Says US Seeks to Build Stronger Ties to China
China Focuses on Territorial Issues as It Equates Tibet to US Civil War South
North Korea Vows 'Merciless' Action to Protect Border
Sri Lanka General Hits Out Before Possible Poll Bid
Two Japanese Subs From World War II Era Are Found Off Hawaii
Blasts Rock Russian Ammunition Depot, 2 Killed
Russian Policemen Air Abuse Complaints on YouTube
Kosovo Opposition Politician Attacked Ahead of Local Polls
Swiss Privacy Watchdog to Sue Google Street View
EU Soldiers to Help Somali Troops
French Navy Captures 12 Pirates Off Somalia
UK Navy Ship Watched as Pirates Took 2 Britons
Six Groups Suspend Chad Aid After Killing, Kidnap
Chavez Blames US Pact With Colombia for Tensions
The War at Home
Nuclear Scars: Tainted Water Runs Beneath Nevada Desert
Missing Bodies Prompt Army Probe of Arlington Cemetery
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An Evening With Cindy Sheehan

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Fascism Needs an Enemy

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Independence, Empire Don't Mesh

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The Virtues of Gorbachevism

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