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House Narrowly OKs Funds for Afghan Surge
  House Panel Halts Aid to Afghanistan Govt
  Afghanistan’s Record June Toll: 103 NATO Troops Slain
  Afghan Govt Blames ‘Foreign Contracts’ for Corruption
Alleged Russian Spy Confesses: Prosecutors
41 Killed, 175 Wounded in Pakistan Bombings
Obama Wants 'Civilian Force' Large as Military
  Dems Stumped as Obama Turns to GOP for War-Funding
  Is Gen. David Petraeus Too Big to Fail?
  Senate Confirms Petraeus as Afghan War Chief
  US Central Command Names Petraeus' Replacement
Cement Still Banned as Israel 'Still Deciding' on Gaza Blockade
  Lieberman Slams Netanyahu Over Turkey Meet
  EU Warns Israel Over Plans to Raze Arab Homes in East Jerusalem
Iraq's Shi'ite Politicians Would Clip Prime Minister's Powers
  Iraq Death Toll Falls Sharply in June: Ministries
  Killers Stalk Politicians as Iraq Seeks Government
Report: Al-Qaeda to Launch Online English Newspaper
US Official: Irresponsible Not to Assassinate US-Born Cleric
The Warrior and the Drone  by Sean Scallon
Obama, Civil Liberties, and the Left  by Julian Sanchez
Obama's Moral Bankruptcy Regarding Torture  by Andy Worthington
The Iranian Threat  by Noam Chomsky
Gen. Petraeus and the 'Surge' Myth  by Robert Parry
The Chinese Aren't Coming  by Robert Scheer

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White House Low-Key on China-Pakistan Nuke Deal
Antiwar Indian-Pakistani Pair Out of Wimbledon Quarters
Doubts Grow in UK Whistle-Blower 'Suicide'
Pentagon: No Cold Shoulder to Media After McChrystal Episode
Key Congressional Panel Votes to Lift Cuba Travel Ban
Talks Hit a Rock Called East Jerusalem
When the Police Have an Illegal Headquarters
Russian Spies in US
US Says No Russian Diplomats to Be Expelled
Alleged Spy Ring Seen as 'Throwback to the Cold War'
Cypriot Police Say Russian Spying Suspect Vanished
Sealed Complaint Filed Against Accused Russian Spy Ring
Russia and US Downplay Spy Case; Suspect on Run
Despite Arrests, Obama Works to Rebuild Russia Ties
Arrests of Alleged Spies Draws Attention to Long Obscure Field of Steganography
MI5 Investigates as 'Femme Fatale' Found to Have Links With UK
Alleged Russian Agent Anna Chapman Could Have Warmed Up Any Cold War Night
'War on Terror'
New Estimate of Strength of al-Qaeda Is Offered
US Has Not Developed a Plan to Keep Bomb Materials From Crossing Border
US Officials: Al-Qaeda Operative Tied to New York Subway Plot
Lawyers Dispute Suspects' Intent in JFK Bomb Plot Trial
Senators Slam Homeland Security for Not Coming to Hearing on Nuclear Terrorism
Sadrists 'Morally Committed' to Nominate Jaafari as PM
Iraqis Buying Tons of US Military Surplus Items
When US Troops Leave Iraq, Their Tailor May Follow Them
President Talabani Holds Talks With Maliki
Female Circumcision Rife in Iraqi Kurdistan, Says Report
Sahwa Demonstration Prevented in Nineveh
Iraq Militants Kill Eight in Attacks on Police
Iraq Takes on Shell for $17 Billion Joint Oil Venture
Wednesday: 13 Iraqis Killed, 16 Wounded
Iranian Defector: I've Escaped From CIA
Assad Backs Brazil-Turkey Plan to Solve Iran Nuclear Row
Mothers of Jailed Americans Appeal to Iran Leader
Iran Sentences 2 to Death in Prisoner Slayings
US Judge Agrees to Grant Asylum to Ex-Israeli Spy
Tensions Build in Palestinian Neighborhood Over Plans to Demolish 22 Houses
Israel Arrests Hamas Official for Failing to Leave East Jerusalem
US Sees 'Positive' Sign on Gaza as More Goods Enter
Charity Says West Bank Poverty 'Worse Than Gaza'
In Gaza, Looser Blockade Leaves Smugglers in Limbo
Middle East
Tensions Between Lebanon and Israel at High Levels
US Alarm as Turkey-Israel Rift Drags On
At White House, Obama and Saudi King Discuss Guantanamo, Mideast Peace Process
Uighur Terrorists Jailed for Dubai Dragonmart Bomb Plot
Report: Arab States Give Up on Emergency Gaza Flotilla UN Debate
Latest Mogadishu Clashes Kill 20
Official: Militants Kill 11 Gendarmes in Algeria
Supermodel Witness at Liberia War Crimes Trial
Top 2 Civilians Face Rockiness in Afghan Shift
Taliban in Ground Assault on NATO Air Base
Top US Prosecutor in Kabul to Discuss Corruption
Leaving Afghanistan Early Would Betray British Loss of Life, Warns UK's Fox
US: Kabul Needs More Capable Afghan Forces to Handle Security
Military Restricts Use of Vehicles Vulnerable to IEDs
Some Afghan Military Officers to Get Training in Pakistan
Afghan Soldiers Went AWOL in Texas
Grim Anniversary for Family of Idaho Soldier Held Captive in Afghanistan
Pakistan: Jets Kill 20 Suspected Militants in NW
Pakistan Proposes Law on Media Terror Images
Mullen: Pakistan Needs Nukes
Pakistan Opposition MP Urges Court to Rule Against Drone Strikes
Petraeus: India Has Legit Stake in Afghanistan
Govt Sees Pakistan-Based Group Behind Kashmir Protests
Street Violence Hits Indian Kashmir for 3rd Summer
Indian Army Called in as Kashmir Curfew Imposed
Uzbeks Plead for Help After Return to Kyrgyzstan
UN, US Officials Visit Site of Kyrgyzstan Clashes
North Korea Proposes Direct Military Talks With Seoul
North Korea Wants Both Koreas to Probe Ship Sinking
North Korea Urges UN Council to Back New Cheonan Probe
South Korean Military Wants Sharp Budget Increase
Espionage Probe Casts Shadow on German Ties With China
China Detains Democracy Advocate for New Activism
Google's Future in China Is Shaky
Loveless Chinese Troops Banned From Online Dating
Nepal Prime Minister Resigns Amid Maoist Pressure
Benigno Aquino III Sworn in as Philippine Leader
Battles of Britain
Human Rights Protection Ruling Overturned for British Troops
Iraq Inquiry: Secret Documents Showing Tony Blair's Frustration Published
UK Govt to Announce Torture Complicity Probe: Report
How Goldsmith Changed Advice on Legality of War
Tony Blair Named Winner of US Liberty Medal for 'Peace' Work
Chechnya Suicide Bombing Targets Leader
List of French Who Collaborated With Nazis to Be Published Online
Toronto Police Accused of Displaying Fake G20 Weapons
Haiti's Leader Rejects US Election Proposals
US Envoy Concerned About Ties With Venezuela
The War at Home
Olympia Peace Activist Wins $400,000 in Damages for Govt Surveillance
Army Ready to Take Drastic Action to Clear Up Record-Keeping at Arlington Cemetery

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Empire's Deal

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The Flotilla in the Israeli Press

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