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Updated February 20, 2011 - 11:19 PM EST
Reports: Gadhafi May Have Fled Libya
  Gadhafi’s Son Warns of US Occupation
  Growing Army Defections Reported in Libya
  Libya Uprising Spreads to Tripoli
  225 Die as Libya Forces Ratchet Up Attacks
  Pro-Government Forces Fire on Mourners With Heavy Weapons
  Gadhafi Tries to Crush Libyan Protests With Brute Force
  Libyan Opposition Warns of 'Bloodbath,' Calls for Intervention
  African Mercenaries Imported by Gadhafi to Quash Protests
Afghan Governor: NATO Strikes Kill 64 Civilians
  Surprise House Effort to Defund Afghan War Fails
  US Entering Direct Talks With Taliban: Report
  At Least 18 Killed, 70 Wounded in Afghan Bank Attack
Bahrain Military, Police Flee From Protesters
  Opposition Set to Present Demands to Bahrain Government
Leaders Try to Hold Power as Protests Continue
  10 Wounded in North Iraq Demos
  Yemenis Clash With Riot Police Across the Country
  Thousands in Morocco Demand Political Change
  Yemen Security Forces Shoot Dead Protester
Two Killed in Djibouti Protest: Ministry
  Algeria Police Attack Fresh Opposition Rally
  Iran Squelches Protest Attempt in Capital
Iran Naval Ships to Cross Suez Canal on Monday
  US Carrier Transits Suez Canal to Gulf: Navy
  Paper: Egypt No Longer Committed to Alliance With Israel Against Iran
Spy Flap Keeps Drones From Blasting Pakistan
Pentagon Plans Nuclear-Powered War Bases
Your $5,555 Defense Bill Chokes on Waste  by Veronique de Rugy
After Mubarak – What Does Israel Do?  by Daniel Levy
How Anonymous Hacked the Security Firm Hacker  by Barrett Brown
Fall of the Raj  by Eric Margolis
For the Love of Liberty  by Lew Rockwell
Next Stop: The House of Saud  by Pepe Escobar

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Afghan War Budget Limitation: House Roll-Call Vote
Mideast Protests: Is It Time for West to Come Clean?
How Britain Taught Arab Police Forces All They Know
Oil Flows, but High Prices Jangle Nerves
Feds Try to Keep Secret What Many Consider a Fraud
FBI: Web-Based Services Hurting Wiretapping Efforts
Gadhafi Sends in Snipers to Silence the Dissent
Libyan Protesters Risk 'Suicide' by Army Hands
Libyan Demonstrators Say They'll Soldier on Despite Violent Crackdown
Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi Doesn't Want to 'Bother' Libyan Leader Muammar Gadhafi
Britain's Alliance With Libya Turns Sour as Gadhafi Cracks Down
Arab League Sees Grave Situation and Wants Summit
Libya Cuts Off Internet Service: Network Monitor
Egypt Islamists Want Purge of Old Regime Figures
After 15-Year Battle, Egypt's Wasat Party Approved
Cairo Begins to Resume Everyday Business
Veteran Egypt Activist Sees Revolution as Ongoing
The Police Are Back, but Where Are the Inmates?
Women of the Revolution
Egypt Releases 14 Palestinians
Young Egypt Musician's Songs Struck Revolutionary Chord
Moroccan Protests to Demand Limit to King's Powers
Morocco February 20 Protest Leaders Quit After Row
Uganda's Museveni Grabs Commanding Poll Lead
Vote-Buying Charges Taint Uganda Election
Deaths as Ivory Coast Forces Open Fire on Protesters
Tunisia: Islamist Party Condemns Slaying of Priest
Senegal Soldier Dies After Setting Himself on Fire
Envoys Call for Urgency in Darfur Peace Talks
US Considering Response to Hijacking of American Yacht by Somali Pirates
Madagascar's Deposed Leader Barred From Returning
Afghan Leader Says US Bases Depend on Neighbors
Australian Soldier, Interpreter Killed in Afghanistan
Afghanistan Will Not Control All Women's Shelters
Warrant Reissued for Former Pakistan President
Three Killed in Separate Incidents in Karachi
Pakistan Parties on Collision Course, Yet Again
Pakistani Taliban Claims It Killed Retired Spy
Police in Islamabad Arrests 9 Suspected Terrorists
Two Security Personnel Killed in Pakistan Landmine Blast
India and Pakistan Are United by Language and History, Divided by Commerce
Bangladesh Liberation Film Opens Old Wounds From Struggle With Pakistan
Activist Laid to Rest Amid Tight Security in Pakistan
China Cracks Down on Call for 'Jasmine Revolution'
China President Calls for More Internet Oversight
Chinese Nobel Prize Winner's Wife Says She Is 'Miserable' and a 'Hostage'
Suu Kyi Must Say Sorry for Sanctions: Myanmar Media
After Egypt, Myanmar's Suu Kyi Wants Twitter: Report
Thai Police: Insurgent Attacks in South Wound 17
Starving North Korea Begs for Food, but US Has Concerns About Resuming Aid
Camouflaged Attackers Kill 3 Tourists in Russian Resort Area; Separate Explosion
Trials Begin for Belarusan Protesters Amid Criticism
Weekend Reviews
Living With the Bomb
The Washington Rules
Law Professor Says Egypt Was a Common Destination for Torture of Detainees Sent by US
New Phil Ochs Film: Still Marchin' Across the Land
US Officials Claim Credit for Easing of Crackdown on Bahrain Protesters
Amateur Video Captures Shooting in Bahrain
Bahrain Hospital Admits 60-80 After Latest Unrest
Bahrain's Sunni Outreach Fuels Protests
A Funeral in Bahrain

Bahrain Trade Union Calls Strike From Sunday

British and French Crackdown on Arms Exports to Bahrain and Libya
Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia Feels Insecure Amid Mideast Unrest
Ban All Foreign Aid to Saudi Arabia for 'Exporting Terrorists,' Says Rep. Weiner
'Clinton Threatened to Cancel Aid to Palestinian Authority'
Israel 'Deeply Appreciates' US Veto on UN Resolution Condemning Settlements
US Restricts Staff Movement in Palestinian Areas
Panel to Consider Applying Israeli Law to Settlements
Hamas Says US Veto of UN Settler Vote 'Outrageous'
Palestinians Plan 'Day of Rage' to Protest US Veto on UN Settlement Resolution
Palestinians Will Not Spurn US Despite Veto: Abbas
Peres Calls Abbas to Discuss Peace Process in Wake of Failed UN Settlement Resolution
Hundreds Mark Gilad Shalit's 1,700th Day in Captivity With Rally Outside Netanyahu's House
Thousands Protest in Northern Iraq Over Shooting
Analyst Warns From Deterioration of Conditions in Iraq's Kurdistan Region
Iraqi Kurdish Official Says Turkish Initiative a Correct Step
Saboteurs Hit Disused Iraq Oil Pipeline
Saturday: 5 Iraqis Killed, 18 Wounded
Iran Warns Opposition Against Staging Fresh Rallies
UN Nuclear Body May Highlight Iran Military Concerns
Iran Frees German Journalists Held Over Stoning Interview
Ex-US Officials Call for Lifting of Terror Label From Iran Group
Kuwait Police Clash With Hundreds of Protesters
Kuwait Interior Ministry Warns Against Illegal Gatherings
Middle East
Syria's Poor Receive Cash Aid From Government
Hariri Slams Hezbollah's Arms as March 14 Steps Up Rhetoric
Latin America Calls for Boosting Ties With the Middle East
Boycott the UK Census Over Links to Lockheed Martin, Protesters Say
British Gun Dealer Investigated in US Over AK-47 Empire
British Victim of Mumbai Terror Attacks Slams Compensation U-Turn
Church Says Cuba Freeing 7 Political Prisoners
Cuba Police Free Mother of Hunger Striker Who Died
Mexican Army to Increase Border Presence: President
Venezuela's Allies Tell OAS Chief Not to Meddle
The War at Home
Inside the Pentagon's $56 Billion 'Black' Budget
TSA Source: Armed Agent Slips Past Airport Body Scanner
Iraq Vet's War Followed Him Home to San Antonio
Unexpectedly, Navy's Superlaser Blasts Away a Record
Americans Still Dying
Funeral Held for Harrod (OH) Soldier Killed by Afghan IED
New London (OH) Says Goodbye to Its Fallen Son
Montana Soldier Remembered as 'Hard-Working Rancher'
Grandmother Speaks About Soldier (SC) Who Was to Return Home Next Week From Iraq

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The Battle of Bahrain

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Children of Lies

Philip Giraldi
Did Someone Lose Egypt?

Ivan Eland
Across-the-Board Cuts Needed to Avoid Fiscal Armageddon

Kelley B. Vlahos
Old Guard Moving Aside at CPAC

Ran HaCohen
Barak Unmasked

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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