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Anti-WikiLeaks Subpoenas Cast a Broad Net
  Iceland Summons US Envoy Over Moves Against Pro-WikiLeaks MP
  Clinton: Damage from WikiLeaks Will Take Years to Undo
  In WikiLeaks Fight, US Journalists Take the Fifth
Obama Pushes Federal Internet ID Scheme

NATO Kills Three Afghan Police in Air Strike

  US Capture of Afghan Cleric Sparks Protest
  Germany Says Has No Plans to Boost Afghan AWACS Force
Israel Demolishes Hotel and Peace Process
  Palestinian FM Predicts Most Nations Will Recognize Palestine in 2011
Millions Vote in South Sudan Independence Poll
  South Sudan: 20 Police Die in Attack by Arab Tribe
Gates: US Underestimated China's Military Modernization
Gates Announcements Won't Stop Calls for Pentagon Cuts
Defending Manning and Assange  Scott Horton interviews Daniel Ellsberg
Do We Need the 'Next Level' of State Security?  by William Anderson
Afghan Report 2010: Deluding Ourselves From One Failure to Another  by Col. Douglas MacGregor
All Bases Covered?  by Nick Turse and Tom Engelhardt
Drone Reporting  by Robert C. Koehler
Welcome to the President's Private Prison  by Nat Hentoff

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Pentagon Must 'Buy American,' Barring Chinese Solar Panels
Terror Accusations, but Perjury Charges
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Gilani Says Yes to Pakistan Coalition Partner's 10-Point Agenda
Algeria Slashes Food Prices Amid Riots
House Dem Wants 'Beefed Up' Security, Special Treatment for Congress
New US Envoy Meets Afghan President
Afghans Vent Fury With Iran Over Fuel Blockade
Romney on Trip to Afghanistan, Middle East
India: Afghan Reconciliation Must Be Led by Kabul
German Foreign Minister in Surprise Afghan Visit
French Soldier Killed in Afghanistan
Danish Soldier Killed in Afghanistan: Military
Pakistan's Release of Militant Stirs Questions
Taseer Killing: Cop in Pak PM's Security Detained
US: Democratic Govt Integral for Pakistan
First Anti-Government Protests Staged in Bangkok Since Emergency Rule
South Korea to Relaunch Tourism Near North Border
Belarus Signals It Could Seize Opponent's Son
Pockets of Violence Hit Sudan on Eve of Secession Vote
South Sudan: Fear 'Absurd' Expectations Will Spark New Conflict
South Sudan Celebrates as Independence Referendum Starts
Clinton Urges Gulf to Keep Focus on Iran Sanctions
Foreign Woman Held on Iran Border Released: Report
Iran: Suspects Arrested in Killing of Nuclear Scientist Case
Bulldozers Begin Work for Jewish Settlement in East Jerusalem
EU Report on East Jerusalem Reflects Negative Change in World Attitude Towards Israel
Hamas Urges Gaza Militant Groups to Stop Attacks on Israel
Hillary Clinton Slams Jerusalem Hotel Demolition
Palestinian-American Fights to Buy Jerusalem Housing Project
EU Officials Propose Help for Arrested Palestinians
Israeli Right Rattles Sabres Over Gaza Rockets
World Condemns Sheikh Jarrah Construction
Arab Summit Plan in Iraq Faces Stiff Challenges
Back in Iraq, Sadr Adopts More Moderate Stance
Sadr Arrives in Karbala, Performs Pilgrimage Rituals
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Lebanon's Hariri Urges More UN Pressure on Israel
UN Talks Over Lebanon Border Town Paralyzed Due to Foreign Ministry Strike

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