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Updated February 11, 2010 - 11:21 PM EST
US: Iran Not Capable of Enriching Uranium to 20%
  Clashes Across Tehran as Revolution Marked
  US Poised to Offer Iran New Medical Isotope Deal
  IAEA: Iran's New Enrichment Effort Modest
  Tehran Has Little Reason to Fear Sanctions
  Technical Setbacks Cause Iran to Falter in Push to Enrich Uranium
  Iran Revolution's Anniversary Ratchets Up Tensions
NATO Tells Civilians to 'Stay Put' During Offensive
  War Casualties 'Increasing' Ahead of Afghan Assault
New Bombing Kills 15 in Pakistan Police Station
  FBI Officials Accused of Directing Pakistan 'Torture'
Iraq Expels 250 Former Blackwater Contractors
  Questions on Rule of Law Raised by Iraqi Leader's Use of Army
  Iraqi Reuters Photographer Says Reborn After Release by US Military
UK Reveals 'Cruel, Inhuman, and Degrading' Gitmo Treatment
  US: British Disclosure May Affect Intelligence Sharing
African Union Kills 11 Civilians in Mogadishu Shelling
Lebanon Backs Hezbollah Against Israel if War Breaks Out
Yemen’s Jihadist Allies Sewing Resentment in Shi’ite North
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Israel Violates Economic Sanctions Against Iran  by Grant Smith
Leon Wieseltier, Anti-Semitism, and Israel  by Daniel Luban
Bombs Away: Conservatives Embrace War  by Doug Bandow
Who Wants to Bomb Iran?  by David Kenner
China and India Battle Over Thin Air  by Conn Hallinan

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Lawyers Petition Court to Hold Yoo Accountable
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Yemen Security Agency Prone to Inside Threats, Officials Say
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Iran Says Nuclear Fuel Swap Remains an Option
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Lawyer: Man Who Killed Iranian PM May Be Freed
Report: Iran to Ban Google's G-Mail
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Calif. Seeks Full Divestment of Insurers From Iran
The Fight for Power in Northern Iraq
Jack Straw Faces Calls to Resign Over Iraq
120 Sticky Bombs Seized in Anbar
Iraq Seeks 651 Million Euros From France for Jet Payment
Oil Pipeline Attack Halves Production at Baghdad Refinery
Iraq to Open 10-15 Posts in Jordan as Part of Worldwide Vote
Wednesday: 5 Iraqis Killed, 28 Wounded
Palestinians Arrest al-Qaeda Suspects in West Bank
Hard Times in Gaza Swell the Ranks of Hamas Police
Goldstone Co-Author: Hamas Fired 'Something Like Two' Rockets Before Gaza War
Israeli Soldier Fatally Stabbed in West Bank
Palestinian PM Condemns West Bank 'Stabbing Incident'
Israel MPs Endorse Golan Tax Breaks
Israeli TV Station Alleges Palestinian Corruption
Palestinians Appeal to UN on Jerusalem Cemetery
Israeli Minister Calls for Action Over Oxford Insult
Somali Clashes Kill 24, Thousands Flee Capital
Somali Rebels 'Pour Into Mogadishu'
Somali Islamists Oppose Djibouti Troops
Exile of Guinea Junta Leader Sparks Hope Back Home
Amnesty Slams Fiji's 'Dishonest' UN Report
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Helmand Assault Will Cause NATO Deaths, Alliance Spokesman Says
Marines Under Fire Ahead of Afghan Assault
As Afghan Assault Looms, Many Civilians Haven't Fled
Afghanistan 'Ready' to Support Refugees Created by Latest NATO Raids
British Troops Warned of Dangers of Afghan Mission
Concerns Over Emergency Health Care in Helmand Offensive
Today in Afghanistan
US May Send More Troops to Northern Afghanistan: Official
German Officer Defends Controversial Afghanistan Air Strike
Wounded Troops Leave UK and Afghanistan Hospitals 'Stretched'
Russia Won't Send Troops to Afghanistan
UN Forecasts 'Stable' Afghan Opium Crop
Pakistan Officials '100 Percent' Certain Taliban's Mehsud Is Dead
Conservative Sunni Activism Reemerges in Heart of Pakistan
Pakistani Opposition Senator: Army Involved in Extrajudicial Killings
Mehsud Tribe: Taliban Should Help Restore Peace to Waziristan
Six Killed in Bajaur Airstrikes
Pakistan Seeks Central Role in Afghan Endgame
Pakistan: No Conditions on Talks With India
India to Test Missile With 3,100-Mile Range
Report: Maoists Ready for Talks With Indian Government
Indian Paramilitary Admits to Shooting Teenager in Kashmir
Indian Official: No Threat of Indo-Pak War on Water
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North Korea Demands End to Sanctions at Beijing Talks
Sanctions Stay Until North Korea Talks
UN Envoy in North Korea to Spur Nuke Talks
North Korea Food Crisis to Worsen After Poor Harvest
Myanmar Court Sentences US Man to 3 Years' Prison
Myanmar's Suu Kyi Undecided on Junta's Elections
US Lawmaker Mulls Myanmar Sanctions Over Sentence
Sri Lanka Police Fire Tear Gas on Opposition in Bid to Quell Protests
Uzbek Photographer Found Guilty of 'Slandering Nation'
China Jails Young Man for Joining Political Party
Suspect on Trial in Indonesia Hotel Bombings
Vietnam War-Era Shell Explodes, Injuring 4
Pro-Russian Leader Consolidating Power in Ukraine
Yanukovich Tells Yulia to Quit as Premier
Tymoshenko Silent as Yanukovych Declared Ukraine Winner
Poland Recalls Ambassador to Belarus
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