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Updated November 20, 2009 - 11:27 PM EST
Afghan Governor Gave 3,000 Men to the Taliban
  Suicide Bomber Kills 17 in Western Afghanistan
  Gates: Too Early to Set Afghan Handover Timeline
  Senator Specter Opposes Adding Troops in Afghanistan
  Karzai Inauguration: Feted by Warlords and Foreign Diplomats
  White House: No Afghan Decision Until After Thanksgiving
  US-Run Prison in Afghanistan Holds Few Taliban Diehards
Pentagon Budget Must Rise to Fund Current Plans
  Senator Asks About Troops' In-Theater Meds Use
  Woman Awarded $3m in Rape/Assault Claim Against KBR
Obama Threatens ‘Package of Steps’ Against Iran
  Big Powers Ponder How to Punish Iran for Nuclear Power
Veto Sparks Potential Iraq Constitutional Crisis
  Iraq Sentences Awakening Council Leader to Death
Pakistani Politics Take on an Anti-US Tone
  Pakistan: 8 Militants Killed in Reported US Strike
  At Least 20 Killed in Peshawar Courthouse Bombing
Obama, Revisiting Nixon, Says 9/11 Suspect Guilty
US Credibility as Peace Broker Eroding by the Day
History Promises Disaster in Afghanistan for Blind America  by John R. MacArthur
'This Administration Ended, Rather Than Extended, Two Wars'  by Tom Engelhardt
The Conventional Arms Control Challenge  by Frida Berrigan
Overdue Process  by Jeff Huber
Muslims and Mass Murder  by Steve Chapman
The Administration Guts Its Own Argument for 9/11 Trials  by Glenn Greenwald

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Keene, Norquist, and Barr Back White House on Gitmo
US Trained Butchers of Timor
The Real Intelligence Wars: Oversight and Access
Opposition to Afghanistan War Mounts
200 Web Sites Spread al-Qaeda's Message in English
Army to Shield Palin From Media Questions at Event at NC Base
Germany's Christmas Offensive
The 26-Year-Old Victim of the First World War
Fort Hood Killings
Gates Names West, Clark to Lead Fort Hood Review
Lieberman Launches Examination of Attack
Lawmakers Call Ft. Hood Shootings 'Terrorism'
Fort Hood Shooter Had Poor Job Performance: Report
'War on Terror'
Lithuanian Probe Centers on Alleged CIA Prison
Chicago Terror Suspects Investigated in India
NYC Police Official: Terrorists Inside US Increase Attacks
UK High Court Rules Evidence of Gitmo Detainee's Torture Claims Should Be Published
Binyam: Judges Attack UK Secrecy Over Public Documents
Third Fla. Terror Suspect Sentenced to Prison
The War at Home
Palin: Jewish Settlements Should Expand
TV Ad Seeks to Recruit Arab-Americans to CIA
J Street: We Are Not Promoting Richard Goldstone's DC Tour
US Military
US Reviews Air Defenses to Thwart Terror From the Skies
Soldier Defends Decision to Reveal Murders of Iraqi Detainees
McCain Wants Review on Defense Work by Retired Brass
GAO: Fraud in Govt Contracts for Disabled Vets
Troops' Post-Deployment Questionnaires Missing
Navy Finds Lax Behavior Aboard Sub in Collision
Iran Demands US Free Its Assets After Obama Warning
France Slams Tehran's 'Negative' Stance
Iran Nuclear Scientist Loses His Laptop
Gates Says Iraq Withdrawal on Schedule
IED Hits US Patrol in Basra
Mortars Hit US Base in Salah Al-Din
VP Shrugs Off Media 'Hubbub' Over Election Law Veto
Thursday: 4 Iraqis, 1 Egyptian Killed; 5 Iraqis Wounded
Palestinians Accuse Israel Settlements of Diverting Water
Israeli Aircraft Hit Gaza After Rocket Attacks
Hamas Reportedly Submits New Prisoner List
Israel, Egypt Squeeze Gaza Tunnel Business
Hassan Nasrallah Re-Elected as Hezbollah Leader
Report: Lebanon Arrests Another Suspected Israel Spy
Middle East
Yemeni Government Troops Kill Shi'ite Rebel Leader
Egypt Recalls Envoy From Algeria as Soccer Bitterness Escalates
Ugandan Troops Kill Top Rebel in Central Africa
Ethiopian Court Convicts 26 in Alleged Coup Plot
Activist Probing Guinea Massacre Denied Entry
Nigeria's Power Supply Up 'After Delta Amnesty'
Pirates Off Africa Adapt to Survive
Honduras Interim President to Take Leave for Vote
Clinton Emerges as Obama’s Key Link to Afghan Leader
US Warming Ties With Karzai
UN: Afghanistan Is World's Worst Place to Be Born
Suicide Attack Kills Two US Soldiers as Karzai Starts Second Term
Karzai Inaugurated – but Where Were the Crowds?
Karzai Makes Big Promises in Afghan Inaugural
Clinton Says Karzai's Speech 'New Starting Point'
Suicide Bomber Kills 10 Civilians in Afghanistan
Troops Fear IED Blasts While Riding in Humvees
NATO Chief: We Cannot Afford to Turn Our Back on Afghanistan
Germany to Reassess Afghan Troop Levels Next Year
Suicide Attack Is Pakistani City's 7th in 2 Weeks
Report: Afghan Taliban Chief Takes Cover in Pakistan Populace
Pakistani Nuclear Scientist Said to Affirm Accuracy of Report on China Ties
2 Officers Killed in Pakistan After Court Bombing
US Woos Skeptical Pakistanis on Afghan Strategy
Pakistan Seeks to Recast Its Role in Afghan War
Seven Hurt in Quetta Rocket Attack
Major Militant Attacks in Pakistan Since October
Secrecy Fears Over India's Epic ID Project
India's Planned Assault on Maoists Troubles European Aid Body
Obama, South Korea Agree on New Approach to North
Obama to Send Special Envoy to North Korea
Obama Meets With US Troops in South Korea
US Advisory Panel Warns of Rampant Chinese Spying
In Obama Interview, Signs of China’s Heavy Hand
China Holds, Mistreats US Man on Secrets Charges
More English Needed as China Steps Up Peacekeeping
China's Military Says Website Had 2.3 Million Attacks
Japan Coalition Party Wants US Base Moved to Guam or Islet
US Soldier Prime Suspect in Okinawa Hit-and-Run
UN Confirms Tamil Camps Exodus
Indonesia's Anti-Terrorism Unit Warns of New Cells
Kazakh Military Firing Range an Ecological Disaster Area
Russian Court Extends Moratorium on Death Penalty
Russian President Fires Top Advisor: Reports
European Union
Belgian Prime Minister Named First EU President
Ashton Named EU Foreign Supremo: Diplomats
Ukraine Warns European Gas Supplies Under Threat
Zionist Leader Outraged as British TV Investigates Israel Lobby

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Internet Under Siege

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Resurrecting the Caliphate

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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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