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Updated July 27, 2010 - 11:24 PM EDT

House Approves $59B for Afghan War


House Roll Call Vote on War Funding

  Kucinich, Paul Force Afghanistan/Pakistan Debate
  Roll Call Vote to Remove US Troops From Pakistan
US May Pull Pakistan Aid Over Taliban Support
  Rep. Skelton Slams 'Outdated Reports' From WikiLeaks
  Pentagon Launches 'Manhunt' for Document Leaker
  Assange: WikiLeaks Has 15,000 More Documents 'Under Review'
  NYT Met With White House Before Publishing WikiLeaks Story

Document Leak May Hurt Efforts to Build War Support

  WikiLeaks Afghan War Diary | Afghanistan: The War Logs
Karzai: NATO Killed 52 Civilians in Friday Attack
Israel: Settlement Expansion to Return to Normal

Iran Ready for Fresh Talks on Nuclear Fuel


Iran's Opposition Leader Warns Rulers Could Topple

Car Bombs Kill 22 in Karbala; 6 in Baghdad

Iraq Inquiry 'Has Low Standards of Questioning'


Monday: 46 Iraqis Killed, 88 Wounded

Militants Killed French Hostage After Mauritania Raid
All the Strangeness of Our American World in One Article  by Tom Engelhardt
Afghan War Leaks Expose Costly, Deceitful March of Folly  by Ray McGovern
WikiLeaks 'Revelations' Will Comfort Warmongers, Confirm Conventional Wisdom  by Chris Floyd
On the Bloated Intelligence Bureaucracy  by Rep. Ron Paul
The Stepmother of Invention  by Jeff Huber
WikiLeaks, the World's First Stateless News Organization  by Jay Rosen

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Reaction to Disclosure of Military Documents on Afghan War

The Big Question: Will Leaks Push Congress to End War Funding?

Egypt Punishes Gaza More

Key Omission in 2005 Memo to Destroy CIA Terror Tapes

Why Is Facebook Blocking the Word 'Palestinian' in Page Titles?

Russia's Putin Sings KGB Anthem With Expelled Agents


Iraq Arms Inspector Blix to Speak at UK War Probe

Iraqi Militants Stealing Blood for the Injured

Iraq Blocs Meet to Discuss Political Crisis

Iraqi Government to Compensate for Iranian Bombing of Kurdistan

Monday: 46 Iraqis Killed, 88 Wounded

The War at Home

Panel Seen Approving F-35 Engine, Risking Veto

Former Body-Armor Executive on Trial for Fraud

'War on Terror'

Algeria Says Guantánamo Returnee Is Free at Home

For Reporters, the Rules at Guantánamo Change Daily

South Park Critic Due in Court on Terror Charges

US Citizen on No-Fly List Discusses Being Stranded in Egypt and Talks With FBI

Freedom of Photography: Police, Security Often Clamp Down Despite Public Right

Sanctions Vote Strains Russia-Iran Relations

EU, UN and US Sanctions on Iran

Russia Rejects Iran's Criticism on Sanctions

Canada Imposes Tougher Sanctions Against Iran

Mossad Chief Reportedly Visited Saudi Arabia for Talks on Iran

Iran to Invest $46 Billion in Refineries

Tea Party Caucus Members Endorse Israeli Attack on Iran

Israel Lauds New EU Nuclear Sanctions on Iran


Hands Off Somalia, al-Shabaab Warns AU

5 Killed in Fighting in Somalia


Yemen's Army Battles Rebels in North; Dozens Dead

Shi'ite Rebels Seize Army Position in Northern Yemen


Press Group Blames 'Coup Climate' in Honduras for Journalist Killings

Chávez Beefs Up Border Troops in Colombia Spat

US Dismisses Chávez's Talk of Military Action Against Venezuela


Turkey Must Be Welcome in EU, Insists Cameron

EU Extends Georgia Monitoring Mission


US Shows Its Power to North Korea With Carrier Drills

Khmer Rouge Survivors Angry Over Jail Sentence

WikiLeaks Afghanistan Files

War Papers Leak Shocks Afghanistan, Upsets Pakistan

Canada Says Leaked Afghan Papers Could Hurt Troops

Amnesty: Afghanistan Leak Exposes NATO's Incoherent Civilian Casualty Policy

Leak Disclosures Unlikely to Change Course of Afghanistan War

WikiLeaks Says Evidence of War Crimes in Documents

WikiLeaks War Logs Show Unreported Plight of Contractors

WikiLeaks Afghanistan: Civilian Death Details Could 'Poison' Relations

Pakistan Ex-Spy Chief Denies Taliban Links

German DM Calls for More Openness on Afghan Mission

Pakistan Decries Release of US Military Documents on Afghan War

The Leaks at Home

Gibbs Blasts Leaks as 'Breach of Federal Law'

Pentagon Says WikiLeaks War Logs Don't Harm National Security

Pentagon Review of WikiLeaks Documents May Take Weeks

The Pentagon Papers, Part 2? Parallels, and Differences, Exist

Obama Finds That the Internet Bites Back


NATO Helicopter Crashes in Afghan Capital Kabul

Pashtun Valley Where Optimism Died

Losing the Arghandab They Never Had

Strategic Plans Spawned Bitter End for a Lonely Outpost

Afghan Businesses, 2 American Troops Accused of Stealing Fuel


Suicide Blast Kills Seven in Pakistan


Indian Body Wants Access to Western Defense Technology

Suspected Rebels Kill 4 Troops in Northeast India


US: Israel Is Impeding Palestinian Forces' Training

Q&A With Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak

Netanyahu: Palestinians Are Dodging Direct Mideast Peace Talks

Israeli Settlers Block Roads, Clash With Police

What Does It Mean When the Shin Bet Calls You Up for a 'Chat'?

West Bank: Many Palestinians Would Agree to Israeli Citizenship

Middle East

Israel Threatens Military Action Against Lebanon, if Hezbollah Attacks

Lebanese Army Boosts Troops in South After Residents Clash With UN Peacekeepers
UAE: BlackBerry a Threat to Censorship

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Bradley Manning's Gift

Kelley B. Vlahos
Taking a Look at New 'Antiwar' Republicans

David R. Henderson
Life in the USSA

Nebojsa Malic
Cry Havoc

Philip Giraldi
The National Security Product

Ivan Eland
Ending the Gaza Blockade Might Help Israel as Much as Gaza

Charles V. Peņa
Why Do We Still Have Troops in Korea?

Ran HaCohen
The Flotilla in the Israeli Press

Alan Bock
How Brainy Is Obama?

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