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Bradley Manning Speaks About His Conditions
  Assange Says 'High Chance' He Would Be Killed in US Jail
  FBI Expands Probe Into Midwest Antiwar Activists
NATO Attacks Official Convoy, Killing 2 Afghans
  Civilian Casualties in Afghan War Rises 20%, UN Report Shows
Iraq Cabinet Row Grows Amid Charges of Bribery
  Christian Exodus From Iraq Gathers Pace
  Southern Iraqi City Eyes Break From Baghdad
  Northern Iraq a Likely Tinderbox?
  Iran Hopes New Iraq Cabinet Gets 'Occupiers' Out
Pakistan Clash Kills 11 Soldiers, 24 Insurgents
  Pakistani Drone Victim Seeks to Put US on Trial
  ISI Chief Won't Appear in US Court, Says PM
  Pakistan Says No US Troops Operation in Its Tribal Regions
  As Pakistan Drone Strikes Have Increased, So Have Assassinations
Obama's Gitmo Closure 'Plan' in Shambles
Somali Militants Announce Merger, Threaten Attacks
Tensions Soar as South Korea Continues Massive Drills
Obama Walks Back on Guantánamo  by Karen Greenberg
Emperor Waits in Wings With Waterboard  by Pepe Escobar
Some Tea Partiers May Argue Against Obama's Slippery Slope to War With Iran  by Flynt & Hillary Mann Leverett
Wikimania and the First Amendment  by Ralph Nader
Bradley Manning and GI Resistance to US War Crimes  Interview with Dahr Jamail
Tossing the Afghan COIN  by Michael A. Cohen

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US Has Approved Billions in Business With Blacklisted Nations
Moussaoui, Lindh on 'Rocket Docket'
CIA Secrets Could Surface in Swiss Nuclear Case
'Fusion Center Puts ACLU on 'Terrorism Events' List'
Palestinian Medic: Israel Kills Gaza Shepherd
Wave of Ethnic Rage Worries Israeli PM, Activists
WikiLeaks to Release More Israel Cables
UN Envoys Criticize Israel Home Demolitions
Peace Talks Stall, but Palestinians' Fayyad Conjures a State
Israelis Kill One Gazan, Wound Three
Israel Uses Arcane Law to Try to Expel Palestinian
Mitchell: Lack of US Involvement in Mideast Could Lead to Outbreak of Violence
Hundreds of Gaza Christians Leave for Bethlehem
Iraqiya Claims Maliki Promised Defense, Electricity Ministries to Them
Lack of Female Faces in Iraq Cabinet Draws Protest
Halliburton Complained of Prices in Iraq
Iraq Arrests 93 in Anti-al-Qaeda Crackdown
'To Kill a Mockingbird' a Hit in Iraq
For US Soldiers, Christmas in Iraq Can Be Tedious
Thursday: 3 Iraqis Killed, 10 Wounded
Ahmadinejad Calls for Western Cooperation in Nuclear Talks
Power Struggle in Tehran
Iran Meets With US Navy Over Piracy
Middle East
Southern Yemen Militants Free Five Captives Just Hours After Abducting Them
Iraq Refugees in Syria Wait Years for Fresh Start
Rebel Group Wreaks Havoc in Northeast Kenya
UN Recognizes Ouattara as Ivory Coast's President
Halliburton Will Pay in Cheney Case
The TSA Series: Agony at the Airport
Firms' Lobbying Push Comes Amid Rancor on TSA Use of Airport Full-Body Scanners
Rape Victim Arrested After Refusing 'Enhanced Pat Down'
Sacramento-Area Pilot Punished by TSA for YouTube Video
The War at Home
Obama Is No Reagan on Nuclear Disarmament
Memphis Police End Political Spying
Michigan War Trauma Treatment Center Assists Iraqi Refugees
US Military
Military Sexual Abuse 'Staggering'
Gates: Repeal of Gay Ban Not in Effect Yet
Montana Senators Oppose Expanded Air Force Training Area
UFO Hunters Claim Alien Incidents Are 'US Airmen Covering Up Blunders'
Julian Assange Interview With David Frost
Pal: Accused Wikileaker Suffers in Solitary
Cuban Media Publishing Translated WikiLeaks Cables
WikiLeaks: Army Opens Probe Into How Manning Stole Files
Assange: My Fate Will Rest in Cameron's Hands if US Charges Me
First Amendment Groups Urge Protections in Aftermath of WikiLeaks Document Release
UN WikiLeaks Statement Supports the Right to Distribute Data
WikiLeaks: US Encouraged Pope to Open Up Towards Islam
WikiLeaks Mirror Taken Down: Host Buckles Under Demands From Upstream Provider
China's North Korea Shift Helps US Relations
Richardson Says White House Approved Trip
US Troubleshooter Backs New North Korea Talks
Interview: Richardson Has Hope for Koreas
South Korea Says North May Have Third Nuclear Test in 2011
Wanted Taliban Commander Killed in South Waziristan
Report: Pakistan Arrests Senior Jundallah Member
US Warned Against Taking Pakistan for Granted
Indian Police Issue Terror Alert in Mumbai
Red Cross Defends WikiLeaks Expos on Kashmir Torture
Afghanistan's Hazaras Gain Clout in Disputed Parliamentary Elections
A Peek at the Dark Side of Chinese Diplomacy
Leaks Show Indonesia Military Abuse
Aussie Troops 'Should Leave East Timor'
UK Government Faces Legal Challenge Over Training of Bangladeshi 'Death Squad'
Senate Nuke Pact Boosts US-Russia Ties
Russia Gives Cautious Praise to New Nuclear Arms Treaty With US
France: Stolen Laptops Hold Nuclear Research
WikiLeaks: Paraguay Govt Sought DEA Spying Help
Cuba to Free 2 Prisoners, Catholic Church Says
'War on Terror'
As Applications Drop, Work on Secret Wiretaps Grows, US Government Sources Say
DHS: Terrorists May Have Thermoses
Australia Apology to Indian Doctor Over Terror Charge
Canada's Little-Known Spy Agency Comes Out Into the Open

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