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Updated August 25, 2010 - 11:29 PM EDT
86 Iraqis, Many Security Forces, Killed in Strikes

Wednesday: 86 Iraqis Killed, 371 Wounded

GIs Allegedly Plotted to Kill Afghan Civilians

Afghan Recruit Kills 2 NATO Trainers and Interpreter


Taliban Surprised by Petraeus Claim of 'Progress'


Ouster of Contractors Throws Afghan Strategy in Doubt


Marines Likely to Stay in Afghanistan for Years

  Top Marine Says Afghan Deadline May Help Taliban
WikiLeaks Releases CIA Analysis, No Bombshells

Rape Case Against WikiLeaks Founder Dismissed

NATO Supplies Disrupted by Pakistan Flooding
  Amid Flooding, CIA Resumes Pakistan Drone Campaign
CIA: Yemen Offshoot Bigger Threat Than al-Qaeda
Lebanese President Asks Iran for Military Aid

Senior Hezbollah Member Killed in Beirut Clashes

UN: Israel Not Cooperating in Flotilla Probe
15 MPs Among 31 Killed in Somalia Hotel Attack
Did Spain Pay al-Qaeda $10 Million to Free Hostages?
  Attacker Attempts to Blow Up Mauritanian Barracks
Trivial Amount of Unenriched Uranium Seized in Moldova
The Bomb-Iran Debate From Hell  by Tony Karon and Tom Engelhardt
Can Obama Order Executions of Citizens Abroad?  by Gene Healy
Fallout of Hate Is Spreading Across America From 9/11 Site  by Joshua Holland
Mossad in America  by Philip Giraldi
Old War in New Bottles  by Kevin B. Zeese
Who'll Dare Fight King George Now?  by Nat Hentoff

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Defense Official Discloses Cyberattack

Hunger-Striking Guantánamo Detainees Force-Fed at Night -- for Ramadan

US Funds Restoration of Global Islamic Sites

Palestinian Patients Suffer From Hamas-Fatah Rivalry

Throwing Shoes at Mighty an Enduring Trend


Al-Qaeda Says Responsible for Attacks on Iraq Judges

Remaining US Troops Still Face Danger in Iraq

Sadr Threatens to Leave Iran and Relocate to Lebanon

Iraq Receives New Mi-17 Helicopters From Russia


Iran Says US, Israeli Attack 'Unlikely'

Iran Seeks Import Cuts in Response to Sanctions

Iran Hard-Liners Profit From Sanctions

United States
Task Force: Military Suicide Prevention Efforts Inadequate

Blackwater Founder Questioned in Abu Dhabi

Fairs Help Job-Seekers With Security Clearances Connect With Intelligence Firms

Russian Arms Dealer Extradition to US Imminent

Russian Troops Kill Ingush Militant Leader

Chechen Leader, Rival Make Surprise Peace Deal

Austria Indicts 3 in Killing of Chechen Exile

In Other News
Bahrain's Shiite Leader Condemns Continued Arrests, Reversing 10 Years of Sectarian Progress

Calderon Says More Drug War Violence Likely Ahead

North Korea Deploying Troops, Weapons Near Pyongyang


NATO: Troops Kill 40 Militants East of Afghan Capital

Afghanistan Looks With Dread at Approaching Elections

New Case of Civilian Deaths Investigated in Afghanistan

CBS Afghanistan Trip Unrewarded, a Ratings Downer


Al-Qaeda Shifting to Pakistan's Urban Areas

5 More NATO Tankers Blown Up in Pakistan

UN Says 800,000 Cut Off by Pakistan Floods

Pakistan Moves Choppers From Taliban Fight to Relief

Pakistan President: Flood Recovery Will Take Years


80,000 Flee Fighting in South Yemen City

Forces Regain Control Over Southern Yemen Town

Yemen: Start of Talks Aimed at Truce With Rebels

Official: Somali-American to Go on Trial in Yemen


UN Nuke Watchdog Chief Presses Israeli Ministers


Al-Shabab Vows 'Massive' Somali War

White House Backs Somali 'Govt' After Al-Shabab Attack


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Dog Days

Ivan Eland
The Possible Prosecution of WikiLeaks

Charles V. Peņa
A Mosque in New York City

Philip Giraldi
Tales from the Northwest Frontier

Kelley B. Vlahos
The Muslims Are Coming!

Nebojsa Malic
The Sorrow of Empire

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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