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Updated February 23, 2010 - 11:24 PM EST

Odierno: US Could Slow Exit From Iraq

  Iraq Violence Seen Rising Ahead of Vote
  Monday: 44 Iraqis Killed, 18 Wounded

8 Die in Afghan Bombing as US Loses 1000th Soldier

  NATO Attacks Afghan Buses, Killing 27 Civilians
  Outgoing UN Rep.: Talk With Mullah Omar

Anger Spreads on Marjah's Front Line

  US Special Operations Ordered Deadly Afghan Strike
Holder: Zazi Confession Proves Civilian Courts Work
Mullen: Attacking Iran Won't Stop Nuclear Program

Iran: Work on 2 New Enrichment Sites to Begin Soon

At Least 13 Killed in Swat Valley Bombing
Mass Arrests of Suspected Separatists in Southern Yemen

US OKs $150 Million to Help Yemen Fight Terrorism

Israeli FM: No Need to Help Britain With Dubai Inquiry
Thoughts on an Interview With Gen. Stanley McChrystal  by Fred Reed
The Red Team's Spin on the Christmas Bomber  by Gene Healy
Even if Iran Sanctions 'Work,' They Will Not Achieve Their Real Objective  by Daniel Larison
Marjah Madness  by Jeff Huber
Iraq's New Sectarian Storm Clouds  by Robert Dreyfuss
New Grist for Hype on Iran  by Ray McGovern

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Details Posted on Alleged CIA-Flights to Poland

Anthrax Myth Persists Despite Evidence

Ex-Gitmo Detainee Now Working for US

US Spending $600 Million on Afghan Police Stations

Dubai Hit Exposes Hamas' Weaknesses
Opposition Grows Against Egypt-Gaza Barrier

Airport Explosives Scanners Bought, Not Deployed

Over 50 Turkish Commanders Held Over Coup Plot


8 Villagers Killed South of Baghdad, Some Beheaded

Iraqi Campaign Worker Killed Along With Wife, Children

Politician Says Iraqi Christians Targeted in Pre-Election Violence

Iraq Report Seeks Sole Agency to Rebuild War Zones

Police: 3 Mortar Rounds Hit Baghdad's Green Zone

Monday: 44 Iraqis Killed, 18 Wounded


Iran Opposition Calls for Vote Over Candidate Bans

No Unilateral EU Sanctions on Iran, Ministers Say

Israel Demands Embargo on Iran Oil, Even Without UN Okay

Iranian Opposition Leader Mehdi Karroubi Challenges Hard-Line Authorities to a Duel of Rallies

BBC an Arm of Mi6, Says Police Chief of Iran

Iran Threatens Airline Ban Over 'Arabian' Gulf

'War on Terror'

Source: Terror Suspect Zazi Flushed Explosives

Netherlands Terror Suspect Fights US Extradition

Australian Counter-Terror White Paper Is Invasion of Privacy, Say Civil Libertarians

Darfur Truce Could Pave Way for Peace

Niger Junta Gives Assurances on Democracy Plans

Ivorian Troops Kill, Wound Protesters

In Other News

Yugoslav War Vets' Benefits Bring Bosnia to Financial Brink

Hugo Chávez Demands Queen Return Falkland Islands to Argentina

Indianapolis Rally to Protest War in Afghanistan


Afghanistan Battle Shows War Rarely Fought to Plan

US Trying to Avoid Afghan Deaths but War Is 'Ugly'

'European Public and Politicians Are Losing Patience With Afghanistan Mission'

In Afghanistan, Sunday Mass on a Makeshift Altar

Australia Warns It Can't Replace Dutch in Afghan Province

US Says Exploring Afghan Supply Route Via Georgia

Afghans Voice Their Fears Amid Marjah Campaign

Suicide Attack Kills 15 Afghans Including Tribal Leader

New Marjah Mayor Faces Daunting PR Sell to Local Afghans

Suicide Attack Kills Hajji Zaman, Who Is Tied to bin Laden's Escape

South Asia

Blast Kills 8 in Pakistan's Swat Valley

Elders Asked to Hand Over Militants to Bajaur Admin


Israel Refuses to Help Britain With Inquiry Into Fake Passports

Miliband: Israel Should Cooperate With Fake Passports Probe

Israeli FM Sidesteps Questions on Hamas Killing

Alleged Killer Left Traces in Cologne and Israel

Lieberman on Dubai Assassination: Arabs Always Blame Israel

Israel Suspends Mail Service After Letter-Bomb Found

Israeli Soldiers Clash With Palestinian Protesters


Yemen Arrests 80 Separatists Over Southern Unrest

Yemen Moves to Leave Somali Militants High and Dry


Interest in China School After Google Hack Report

Pentagon Paints Grim Picture of Taiwan Air Defense


Strike by Pro-Royalist Party Hits Nepalese Capital

Burma's Kachin Army Prepares for Civil War

Activists Brave Danger in Bishkek


Justin Raimondo
Ron Paul!

Kelley B. Vlahos
CPAC Sends Founding Fathers Spinning

Nebojsa Malic
The State That's Still A Lie

Philip Giraldi
Some Straight Thinking About Iran

Charles V. Peņa
Yet Another Energy and National Security Myth

Ivan Eland
American Arrogance Overseas Should End

David R. Henderson
Hail Christopher Preble

Ran HaCohen
Fascism Needs an Enemy

Alan Bock
Independence, Empire Don't Mesh

Edouard Husson
The Virtues of Gorbachevism

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