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Updated January 19, 2011 - 11:28 PM EST
84 Killed, 100s Hurt as Iraq Bombings Continue
Report: Mullah Omar in Karachi Hospital Last Week

US Strike Kills Five in NW Pakistan

Afghan Official Expects Court to Void Election

Bomb Blast Kills 20 Afghan Civilians in Southeast

Rep. McKeon Vows to Keep Gitmo Open

Teenager Held in Kuwait May Be Able to Return to US Soon

Day Later, New Tunisia Govt on Brink of Collapse

  Egypt Rules Out Repeat of Tunisia Uprising
Officials: Leaks More Embarrassing than Damaging
Haitian Police Take Ex-Dictator Duvalier to Court
Bradley Manning Walking in the Footsteps of MLK  by Kevin Zeese
Zionist Left Writes Its Own Obituary  by Jonathan Cook
Luis Posada Carriles: Trial of the Terrorist Who Almost Killed Me  by Stephen Kinzer
In the Crosshairs  by Tom Engelhardt
High Stakes for Upcoming Nuclear Negotiations With Iran  by Muhammad Sahimi
Tunisia's Message to the Arab World  by Rami G. Khouri

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Did a US Government Lab Help Israel Develop Stuxnet?

Stuxnet Authors Made Key Errors

Chilcot Fury as Blair-Bush Memos Kept Secret

Palestinians Raise Flag at Washington Office

US Ambassador Cable Proves Torture at Turkish Military Base

US Sees Chinese Visit as Chance to Reassert Itself

Justices Debate Fairness, Not State Secrets


In Violent Iraq, Prime Minister Maliki Lacks Security Minister

Police Find Missiles Cache in Wassit

UN 'Very Concerned' Over Swedish Deportation of 25 Iraqi Refugees

Tuesday: 66 Iraqis Killed, 175 Wounded

Chilcot Inquiry

Britain's Iraq War Inquiry Resumes

UK Official: Blair Ignored Legal Advice on Iraq

Whitehall Chief Blocks Release of Blair's Notes to Bush on Iraq

Iraq: The Last Secret


Iran: Sanctions Won't Stop Nuclear Drive

'War on Terror'

Yemeni Journalist Gets 5-Year Jail Sentence for al-Qaeda Ties

High Court Rejects Gitmo Detainee Appeal

'I Wake Up Screaming': A Gitmo Nightmare


Bosnia Police Arrest Srebrenica Genocide Suspect

Israel Arrests Man Wanted in Srebrenica Massacre

Hand Grenade at Croatian Embassy in Berlin Was Real, Police Confirm

Stained Glass Resistance: Portrait of Hitler Discovered in French Church Window

Opposition Leader Held in Sudan After Uprising Call

Ivory Coast: Shooting Erupts, Military Chiefs Meet

Shoot-To-Kill Orders Issued in Nigeria After Riot

Puntland Shuns Somali Government

Rwandan Goes on Trial for Genocide in Germany


Haiti's Ex-Dictator Duvalier Charged With Corruption; Freed by Prosecutors

Journalist Plans to File Charges Against 'Baby Doc'


School of Americas Protesters Get the Max, Again

Outgunned Guatemala Army Extends Battle With Drug Gangs

Paraguay Grants Refuge to Evo Morales Opponent


US Collects Biometric Data on Afghans to 'Fight Taliban'

Marine Tanks Prepare for Their First Missions in Afghanistan

Canadian Unit Encouraged War Crimes, Soldier Alleges

Afghan Officials: 50 Taliban Switch Sides in North

Rubio Tours Afghanistan, Pakistan, Stresses Opposition to Troop Withdrawal
Marines Barrel Into Deadly Helmand Province

Iran Says It Will End Afghan Fuel Blockade


Rocket Attacks Kill Three Soldiers in Pakistan

Pakistani Troops Search Homes in Karachi Crackdown

Pakistan Braces for Worst in Quake Aftershocks

Middle East

Tunisian President, PM Quit Ben Ali Party

Arab Leaders Keep an Eye on Tunisia, Hoping Revolutionary Fever Won't Spread

ElBaradei: Power Change in Egypt 'Inevitable'

Egypt's Coptic Pope Cancels Mass Over Security Fears

Jordan Opposition Calls for Elected Prime Minister

Search Under Way for Missing US Sailor in Gulf of Oman


Lebanon Shows Shift of Influence in Mideast

Lebanon Delays Talks on New Government


Israeli Tanks Take Part in Deadly Gaza Strip Raid

Medvedev: As in 1988, Russia Still Recognizes an Independent Palestine

Palestinian Military Prosecutors Vow to Stop Arresting Civilians

Barak's Move Enrages Arab Labor Members

Mine Fields Circle Jesus' Traditional Baptism Site

Proposed Sale of Japanese Land for Chinese Consulate Stokes Anti-Chinese Views
Hu Faces an Obama Administration More Hard-Nosed About Chinese Government

Taiwan's Unusually Public Missile Test Fizzles

UK Linked to Notorious Bangladesh Torture Center


Justin Raimondo
The Assassins of Lebanon

Ivan Eland
Russian Arms Control Proposals Worth Considering

Kelley B. Vlahos
Women in Combat: Equal Opportunity Meat Grinder

Nebojsa Malic
Damage Control in the Balkans

Philip Giraldi
A Look on the Wild Side

Ran HaCohen
Racism, Rabbinical and Otherwise

David R. Henderson
Adm. Mullen's Spinning vs. Prof. Hayek's Insight

Charles V. Peņa
TSA: Theater Security Administration

Alan Bock
How Brainy Is Obama?

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