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Updated October 3, 2010 - 11:27 PM EDT
No End in Sight to Pak-NATO Supply Standoff
  CIA Escalates in Pakistan
  Pakistan Furious With US Over Fatal Raid, but There's Little It Can Do
  Pakistan Printing Cash as Fast as It Can
Afghan Police: NATO Air Strike Kills 3 Civilians
  UN Suppressed Report on Afghan Rights Violations
GAO Hits at Careless Arms Sales to Mideast
  Despite Clinton Pledge, State Dept. to Pay Billions More to Mercenaries
Palestinians Mull Talks Walkout Over Settlements
  Peace Talks Come and Go, but a Settlement Grows
War on Terror Toll in Philippines: 11 US Soldiers
  US Troops Presence in the Philippines Altruistic or to Contain China?
US Issues Terrorism Alert for Travel to Europe
Tortuous Path Ahead to Form Iraq Government
James Powers and the Murky World of 'Top Secret America'  by Matthew Harwood
Time to Repeal Congress' Blank Check on Wars  by Rep. Barbara Lee
FBI Raids and the Criminalization of Dissent  by Amy Goodman
Drone Warfare on Trial  by Robert Koehler
Dwight Was Right  by Michael Moore
The US Searches for War Criminals  by Glenn Greenwald

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A Code for Chaos
Art Sellers or Mossad Spies?
In 2nd Tape, bin Laden Urges Pakistan Flood Relief
Osama bin Laden Softens Tone, but to What End?
Gates (Delicately) Criticizes the All-Volunteer Military
First Look Inside the Proposed Islamic Center
On Paper, NY Islamic Center Looks Modern, Secular
Group: Air Force Cadets Pressed to Conform on Religion
9/11 Conspiracy Theories Rife in Muslim World
Premier Works to Build Broader Coalition in Iraq
Iraq's Military Flexes to Deter Any Sunni Backlash
Iraq's Kurds Hold Political Cards for al-Maliki
Iraqiya List Firmly Opposes Maliki's Bid for Premiership
US Wants All Four Winning Blocs to Play Role in New Iraqi Government
Kurdish Official: Lawmakers to Discuss al-Maliki
US Airbase in Kirkuk Comes Under Missile Attack
Iraqis Still Reliant on Power Generators as US Prepares to Leave
Iraqi Insurgents Threaten Oil Industry
Saturday: 2 Iraqis Killed, 4 Wounded
Iran Says Stopped Online Plot Against Nuclear Program
Iran Arrests 'Spies' Aiming to Derail Atomic Work
Iran Delays Start-Up of Bushehr Nuclear Plant
Mideast Peace Talks
Netanyahu Urges Abbas Not to Quit Peace Talks
Abbas Consults Aides on Fate of Mideast Talks
US: West Bank Settlement Freeze Must Continue
Syrian Leader: Mideast Talks Only to Help Obama
US Envoy Mitchell in Cairo on Peace Talks Push
Middle East
Syria's Assad Rebuffs Washington by Courting Iran
50 US Defense Companies Visiting UAE
Israel Braces for Regional Escalation Ahead of Ahmadinejad's Lebanon Visit
Yemen to Deploy 30,000 Soldiers to Secure Gulf Football Cup Against Attacks
Somali Presidential Palace Attacked
Seven Civilians Killed in Somali Firefight
DR Congo/Rwanda
UN Report on DR Congo an 'Insult to History': Rwanda
UN's Congo Report Could Spur Genocide Trials
DR Congo Victims Face Long Road to Justice
Congo Opposition Figure Allegedly Escapes Kidnapping Attempt
Nigeria Bomb Toll Rises as Government Admits It Was Warned
UK VIPs Pulled Out Ahead of Deadly Nigeria Parade
Ex-Militant Leader Arrested Over Bombings
Moroccan Weekly Closes, Blaming Government
Battles of Britain
David Cameron: My Radical Plan for Britain's Armed Forces
Armed Forces Stuck in Cold War Era, Says UK Chancellor
RAF Criticized Over Cadet's Death in Training Crash
US Military
Pentagon: Military Drug Abuse on the Rise
Navy Bombs Guam With Dead Frozen Mice
Traumatic Brain Injury Leaves an Often-Invisible, Life-Altering Wound in Soldiers
Charlie Wilson's Warrior Becomes Top Pentagon Spook
Historic Oahu Military Bases Now a Joint Base
Navy Scrambles After Subs Shed Stealthy Coating
Two US War Casualties Three Years Apart Share a Final Resting Place
Americans Still Dying
Navy Senior Chief From Georgia Killed in Helicopter Crash
Stockton (CA) Soldier Killed Trying to Break Up Fight in Iraq
Illinois Soldier, Father of Four, Killed in Chopper Crash in Afghanistan
Cincinnati (OH) Soldier Killed by IED in Afghanistan
Family Mourns Yigo (Guam) Servicewoman Killed by Afghan IED
Tribute Video Helps Tell Story of Indiana Soldier Who Died in Afghanistan
Soldier Formerly of Peoria (IL) Killed in Afghan Attack
North Carolina Soldier Dies of Injuries From Non-Combat Incident
Florida Soldier Killed in Kuwait Rollover
Sanford (ME) Community Mourning Death of Young Soldier
Watertown (CT) Native Killed in Iraq
Airborne Soldier From Pleasant Plains (IL) Killed in Helicopter Crash
Tunica (MS) Soldier Killed in Convoy Attack
2 US Drone Strikes Kill 18 in NW Pakistan
CIA War in Pakistan Conducted by Drones From Afghanistan
US Urges Pakistan to Probe Execution Video
Joint Chiefs Head Says Pakistan Rift Can Be Fixed
US May Abandon Pak-Afghan Supply Route
NATO 'Regrets' Pakistan Airspace Violation
Pakistan Foreign Minister to Meet NATO Chief
Pakistan/NATO Joint Investigation Launched Into Border Attacks
Key US Senator Lashes Out at Pakistan Government
NATO Goods Seized; Four People Held
UN Chopper Crash Lands in Pakistan; 3 Hurt
Moderate Scholar Dr. Farooq Killed in Pakistan
Pakistan Army Chief Demands Removal of Zardari Loyalists From Cabinet
Pakistan's Zardari Defiant in Fight for Political Survival
Canada Confirms Afghan Insurgents Responsible for August Chopper Downing
NATO Claims Insurgent Captures; Three Soldiers Killed in Afghanistan
Karzai: Foreign Countries in Afghanistan Pursue Their Own Interests
Afghan Govt Starts Disarmament of Private Security Firms
Senior Taliban Leader Killed in Eastern Afghanistan
Army Investigates Warning on Afghan Murders
Concerns Over Increasing Instability in Kunduz
For Female Marines in Afghanistan, Tea Comes With Bullets
US Keen on Bangladeshi Troops in Afghanistan
Explosion Rocks Afghan Capital, Injuring at Least 2
Demonstration Against Former Pakistan Leader
Karzai Gives Pep Speech to Afghan Security Forces
Indian Maoists Release Four Kidnapped Cops
India Seeking to Intercept Blackberry Messages
Report: North Korea Is Run by Kim Jong-UN Since Last Year
North Korea Asks South for Talks on Restarting Tours
China Vows to Enhance Ties With New North Korea Leadership
China Accused of Invading Disputed Islands
China Tells Japan to Maintain Relations After Dispute Over Islands Erupts
Philippines Gets US Aid to Handle Hostage Incidents
Fears of Poll Violence After Myanmar Blast
Kyrgyzstan Tense as Parliamentary Vote Nears
'Coup' Drama Plunges Ecuador Into Uncertainty
Ecuador's Correa to Purge Rebel Police, Probe Foes
3 Police Colonels Investigated in Ecuador Protests That Left 5 Dead
Brazil's Embrace of US Adversaries Likely to Continue
Cuba Prepares to Free More Prisoners, Dissidents Say
Russia Warns US Against Sanctions Over Lawyer Death
Mosques in Moscow Become a Flash Point as City's Diversity Swells
Former CIA Spy Jim Nicholson Passed Messages to Russians Via Crumpled Napkins, Prosecutors Allege in New Case
NATO Reassures Georgia After Afghan Deaths
Ukrainian Leader Tacks Back Towards EU From Russia
'War on Terror'
US May Tell American Citizens to Be Vigilant in Europe
Cyber Command Slips Behind Schedule
Case Tossed Against Man Linked to bin Laden Guard
US Spies Want Algorithms to Spot Hot Trends
Los Angeles Police Dept Shows Off Counterterrorism Technology
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