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Mubarak Refuses to Stand Down
  Egypt Envoy: Suleiman 'De Facto Head of State'
  Protesters Outraged as Mubarak Doesn't Resign
  Egypt Army to Crowd 'Everything You Want Will Be Realized'
  Suleiman Warns of 'Coup' if Protests Continue
  Strikes Announced as Egypt Protests Continue to Grow
  Obama Admin. Issues Demands on Egypt, But Position Confusing
  Egypt Military in Power Grab Amid Unrest
  Suleiman Told Israel He Would 'Cleanse' Sinai of Palestinians
  Made in America: Mubarak's Most Brutal Thugs Trained With FBI
  Hungry Gazans Feed Egyptian Troops
Record Deficits Turn Focus on Military Spending
  Navy Admiral: US Special Forces Feeling Pressure
  The GOP's Israel Primary
'Schoolboy' Suicide Bomber Kills 31 in Pakistan
  US, Pakistani Officials at Diplomatic Odds in Fatal Shooting
Petraeus: Afghan Violence to Get Even Worse
  Afghan Officials Estimate Up to 35,000 Insurgents Active
  Civilian Deaths in Afghan Fight Called 'Accident'
  Report: Afghan War Kills Two Children Daily
Bloody Iraq Bombings Target Kurdistan Militia
  Attack on Shi'ite Pilgrims in Iraq Kills 9, Wounds 39
  No Secret Prisons Exist in Iraq, Prime Minister's Adviser Says
Napolitano: Terror Threat Highest Since 9/11
  Bigger Than Osama: A New Round of Awlaki Hysteria Emerges
  At CIA, Grave Mistakes, Then Promotions
  Peace Activists Warned by the FBI – About Their Own Meeting
Korean Talks End Abruptly as the North Walks Out
Continued US Probe of Assange Comes Up Empty
Arab Leaders Seek to Bribe the Opposition Silent
Behind the Spin, Egypt Gives Tehran Political Heartburn
Less Bang for the Buck: Military Spending Drains, Distorts Civilian Economy  by Thomas E. Woods Jr.
Let It Cut Both Ways: US Foreign Aid & State Sponsored Terrorism  by Sibel Edmonds
America's Stay-at-Home Ex-President  by Ray McGovern
Hey Obama, Read WikiLeaks  by Robert Scheer
When Pro-US Tyrants Topple  by Ted Galen Carpenter
The Revolt in Egypt is Coming Home  by John Pilger

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Rep. Peter King: Law Enforcement Won't Confirm My Claims on Muslims
NATO Offers Troops After Mideast Peace Deal
Criminalizing Campus Protest
State Department Launches Arabic Twitter Feed
McChrystal Stumps for National Slavery
House Rejects GOP-Effort to Make UN Repay Funds
Bomber Names Ex-CIA Operative in Cuba Bombings
No Need to Extradite Assange, UK Court Hears
Algerian Authorities Ban Feb. 12 Opposition March in Capital
Banned Islamists Plan Feb. 20 Protest in Morocco
Gaddafi Ready for Libya's 'Day of Rage'
Amnesty Questions Libyan Arrest of Cyber-Activist
Tunisian Leader Asks Restive People to Be Patient
Tunisia Senate Agrees to Widen Presidential Powers
Lieberman: We May Have to Dissolve Government
Israeli Air Force Strikes Gaza Medical Warehouse, 8 Wounded
Israel Expresses 'Disappointment' With Suriname
Israel's Barak in US for Talks Amid Egypt Crisis
Israel Rejects William Hague's 'Belligerent' Claim
Dutch FM Wants Loophole for Israeli War Criminals
US Govt Seeks to Reopen Blackwater Iraq Killings Case
Three Iraqi Soldiers, Officer, Injured in IED Blast in Fallujah
Electricity 'Needs Tenth of Iraq Budget'
Iraqi al-Qaeda Group Calls for Jihad in Egypt
Wednesday: 14 Iraqis Killed, 120 Wounded
Syria: 'A Kingdom of Silence'
Syria Restores Access to Facebook and YouTube
Iran: Govt Says Only Regime Supporters Can March for Egypt
Former US Official: Iran Attack Would Be Counterproductive

Barbour in Israel to Tout Iran 'Threat'

Iranian Accused of Developing Porn Websites Is Sentenced to Death
US Diplomat: 'Despite Egypt Unrest, Arab World and Israel Are Unified on Iran'
Middle East
Wave of Middle East Unrest Wipes Billions Off Stock Values
Poll: Americans Back 'Cautious' Approach to Mideast Democracy
Yemen Official: No Chance of Tunisian or Egyptian-Style Rebellion
Pirates Seize Greek Tanker Off Coast of Oman
Can Al-Jazeera Topple Governments?
US Questions Security Council Middle East Mission
In Saudi Arabia, a Clamour for Education
Turkish Writer Acquitted for Third Time Over Blast
South Sudan Minister Assassinated in Juba
Held for Eight Weeks: UK Ex-Marines Accused of Spying by Eritrea
Report: Chad's Army, Rebels Recruit Child Soldiers
Uganda Northerners Skeptical About Tangible Benefits of Upcoming Elections
Taylor Still Snubbing War Crimes Trial at the Hague
US Considering Anti-Drug Aid Plan for Central America
Mexico Angry at US Official's 'Insurgency' Remark
Colombia Rebels Free Councilman Taken in June 2009
Aristide Return Not Helpful Before Haiti Vote Says US
WikiLeaks US Embassy Cables: Corruption Unpunished in Argentina
US Military
Pentagon Requesting $7 Billion Less Than Forecast
2 Charged in Navy Kickback Scheme
VA Outlines Plan to Help Caregivers of Wounded
Egypt in Crisis
Protesters Block Egyptian Parliament
Mubarak's Base Continues to Crumble as Workers Strike
Egypt Police Kill Three Anti-Mubarak Protesters in Desert Clashes
Egypt Protesters Fear Revenge if Mubarak Holds On
Opposition: Mubarak Must Act Now or Risk 'Complete Chaos'
Interior Minister Told Police 'Let Them Have Anarchy'
Egypt Government Unblocks Al-Jazeera
In the 'Republic of Tahrir,' Egypt Gets Its Woodstock Moment
Wired and Shrewd, Young Egyptians Guide Revolt
Google Manager Complicates Role in Egypt Protests
Prosecution Investigates Egypt Interior Minister's Alleged Involvement in Church Attack
Egypt Moves to Limit Presidential Terms
Egypt and the US
Hosni's Helpers: Mubarak Hired Top US Lobbyists
US Lawmakers Now Back Egypt Aid
Unrest Won't Stop Maryland Guard Deployment to Egypt
Egypt and the World
UK Refuses to Suspend Egypt Arms Sales
Saudis Told Obama Not to Humiliate Mubarak
Germany Debates Safe Haven Offer for Mubarak
Suleiman: Mubarak Will Not Seek Medical Treatment in Germany
Security Think-Tank: US Troop Cut Could Set Back Afghan Gains
Afghan Government Accuses 16 Security Firms of Violations
US Blacklists 2 Afghan 'Terrorists'
Two British Soldiers Killed in Afghanistan
Afghanistan Jalalabad University Is Bombed
Afghan Human Rights Advocates Shift Focus to Taliban
British Envoy to Iran to Take Over NATO Kabul Role
Pakistan Cabinet Resigns in Cost Cutting
Did Ray Davis Shoot Two Pakistani Agents?
Family of Davis' Victim Slams Police Apathy
Nuclear Experts Say Pakistan May Be Building 4th Plutonium Reactor
Violence Against Women Remains High in Pakistan
Senior Taiwan General Accused of Spying for China

Secret Video Released of Detained Chinese Lawyer

Indonesia Police Guard Churches Amid Wave of Hate

Firebrand Islamic Cleric's Trial Adjourned in Indonesia


Protests as Bangladesh Stocks Plunge Nearly 6%

Why Kim Jong-Il Wished Egypt's Mubarak a Happy New Year
Russia Arrests Siblings of Airport Bomber
Yanukovich Raises the Pressure on Tymoshenko in Ukraine
Bosnia Muslim Bombing Suspects Defy Court
Basque Separatist Party Presents Papers in Madrid
'War on Terror'
Guantanamo One of World's Finest Prisons: Rumsfeld
Guantanamo Detainees May Get Invite to Resettle in Berkeley
'Inexcusable' Delay on TSA Body-Scanner Safety Reports
US Cuts Prison Sentence for bin Laden's Cook
US Man Pleads Guilty to 'Jihad' Charges

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