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Updated August 10, 2010 - 11:24 PM EDT
Khadr 'Trial' to Begin Amid Abuse, Rape Claims
  Top UN Official Denounces US Military Trial of 'Child Soldier'
  On Trial, 'Child Soldier' Who Grew Up at Guantanamo
Swat Valley Taliban Aims to Capitalize on Floods
  Protests Across Pakistan Over Banning of News Channel
Karzai Orders All Private Security Disbanded
  Aid Group Doubts Taliban Killed Medical Team
  Open Source Tools Turn WikiLeaks Into Illustrated Afghan Meltdown
  Afghan Driver for Slain Aid Volunteers Being Held by Authorities
  US Supersizes Afghan Mega-Base as 'Withdrawal' Date Looms
Israel Threatens to Pull Out of UN Flotilla Probe
  Rep. Berman Halts US Military Aid to Lebanon
  Hezbollah Accuses Israel of Hariri Assassination
Opponents Fight New Mosques in US Heartland
  Police Seize Hamburg Mosque, Citing 9/11
US Predicts Increase in Violence in Iraq
Pentagon to Cut Joint Forces Command to Reduce Costs
The Cycle of Violence in Afghanistan  by Rep. Ron Paul
The Digital Surveillance State: Vast, Secret, and Dangerous  by Glenn Greenwald
The Obama Administration Is Still Sleepwalking on Iran  by Stephen M. Walt
To Spite Our Faces  by Jeff Huber
Is War in Afghanistan Necessary?  by Doug Bandow
The Tears of Gaza Must Be Our Tears  by Chris Hedges

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AU Troop Boost Coaxes NGOs, Diplomats Back to Somalia
Injured Workers Man Gaza's Battered Services
Plaintiff Who Challenged FBI's National Security Letters Reveals Concerns
Petraeus Scheduled to Start Spate of Media Interviews
UN Chief Defends Corruption Official Appointment
US Immigrant's Dream Ends With Genocide Allegation
Nagasaki Marks 65th Anniversary of Atomic Bomb
US Role Evolves as Allies Leave Afghanistan
Two Marines Killed by Afghan Prisoner
Charity 'Will Not Abandon Afghans'
FBI Will Conduct Autopsies on US Aid Workers Slain in Afghanistan
Taliban Dismiss Time Cover as 'Desperate Propaganda'
Suspicions Likely to Linger in UK-Pakistan Ties
Pakistan's Ruling Party Threatens Lawsuit Over Allegations of Role in Karachi Attacks
Curfew Re-Imposed in Kashmir to Prevent Protests
Pakistan Rejects India's Allegations on Kashmir Unrest
North Korea
North Korea Fires Artillery Near Disputed Border
US Scolds North Korea for 'Provocative' Artillery Fire
China Urges Closer Military Ties With Australia
Shanghai's Peace Hotel Back in the Swing of Things
Russia, US Chase Jet in Hijack Drill
German Military Reform Could Halve Ground Forces
Somalia's al Shabaab Rebels Expel Three Aid Groups
Government Forces Fight Militants in Northeast Somalia
UK Blocks Move to Hit Somali Pirates With UN Sanctions
Commission Wants to Delay South Sudan Independence Vote
Angolan Landmines Kill 166 People in Four Years
Rwanda Leader Heads for Re-Election
Bomb Kills 2 Traffic Cops at Baghdad Precinct
Iraq Backs Iranian Gas Pipeline
Iraq Keen on Developing Relations With Egypt, Says Maliki
Monday: 6 Iraqis Killed, 26 Wounded
IAEA: Iran Activates Enrichment Equipment
Iran Says It Won't Give Up Nuke Program Despite US
Iran Denies Cracks Appearing in Ties With Syria
Was Siemens Involved in Iran Nuke Trade?
Iran to Expunge 'Dirty' Dollar and Euro Reserves
Netanyahu Fuels Fears of Flotilla Inquiry Whitewash
UN Chief: We Made No Guarantees Israeli Soldiers Would Not Be Probed
Netanyahu: Turkish Govt Wanted Fight on Mavi Marmara
Gaza's Biggest Hospital Caught in Political, Economic Crossfire
Angry Rabbi Launches 'Go-Kart War'
Going Organic: The Siege on Gaza
Israeli Held in Libya Returns Home After Release
Lebanon Crisis Feared as Indictments Near in Assassination of Rafiq Al-Hariri
Nasrallah: Israel Used Secret Agent to Turn Lebanon Govt Against Hezbollah
'War on Terror'
Former bin Laden Cook Reaches Secret Sentencing Deal With US Government
First Woman to Head Major US Intelligence Agency
2 Women Plead Not Guilty in Somali Terror Probe
Texan Faces Russia Smuggling Charges in NY
US Engineer Convicted of Selling Secrets to China

Justin Raimondo
The Information War

Kelley B. Vlahos
Italian Film Captures Anger at US Bases

Nebojsa Malic
The Sorrow of Empire

Philip Giraldi
A Cakewalk Against Iran

Ivan Eland
What to Do About the Wars

Charles V. Peņa
Are We in Afghanistan Because We're in Afghanistan?

David R. Henderson
Life in the USSA

Ran HaCohen
The Flotilla in the Israeli Press

Alan Bock
How Brainy Is Obama?

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