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Updated March 2, 2011 - 11:26 PM EST
Rebels Halt Gadhafi Attack on Oil Port
  US, Allies Ratchet Up Threats of Libya Invasion
  Gates: 'No Fly Zone' Would Require Attacking Libya

Gadhafi Forces Retake Towns Near Libyan Capital

  Official Puts Death Toll in Libya at 6,500
  West Libya Chaos: Refugees Pour Across Border Into Tunisia

NATO Kills Nine Children in Afghan Air Strike


NATO Airstrike Kills Four Afghan Security Guards, Officials Say


Tribal Peace Deal in Afghanistan on Shaky Ground

Iraq Opposition Seethes: Arrests, Beatings Continue
  Despite Massive Death Toll, Maliki Muses Iraq 'Safest Arab Country'
  Tuesday: 6 Iraqis Killed; 7 Iraqis, 1 Pakistani Wounded
Manning Faces 22 New Charges Over Leaks
2 US Soldiers Reported Killed at German Airport
Tunisia Ends Ban on Islamist Party
Saleh Sacks Provincial Governors as Yemen Protests Grow

Iranian Terrorist Group Courts Friends in High Places

J Street Urges Obama to Seize the Moment

America in the Middle East: US Policy Fails Its Purchasers  by John Taylor
The Real US National Security Budget  by Chris Hellman
Should America 'Liberate' Libya?  by Malou Innocent
Not So Different After All?  by Thomas Harrington
Is the West Bank Next?  by M.J. Rosenberg
The Lesson of the Drones  by John Caruso

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How to Make a Killing in Kabul: Western Security and a Crisis in Afghanistan

Pentagon Contractor: Terrorists May Have Caused Financial Crash

In Guantánamo Bay, War on Terror Captives Get Bush's Memoir, Watch TV

Clinton Urges Treaty to Halt Nuclear Bomb Material

Arab Unrest Puts Lobbyists in Uneasy Spot

Egypt: Revolution Youth Coalition Calls for More Transition Time Before Elections

Mubarak Is Said to Leave Egypt

A Mubarak Ally in Exile


Yemen Leader Blames Protests on US and Israel

Yemen's Saleh Sacks Regional Governors as Protests Build

Yemen Students to Politicians: Don't Hijack Our Revolution

Tens of Thousands Protest in Yemen, Clashes in South

Powerful Cleric Urges Islamic Rule in Yemen

Yemen Bans Media Coverage of Anti-Regime Protests


Oman Army Tries to Disperse Protests, Wounds One

Rallies in Oman Steer Clear of Criticism of Its Leader

Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia Witnesses First Signs of Unrest as 'Day of Rage' Planned for March 11th

Saudis Wonder: Can Oil Money Buy Political Stability?

US Cables Detail Saudi Royal Welfare Program

Middle East

Reforms in Place, Says Qatar PM

Hariri: Hezbollah's Weapons a National Problem

Bahrain Protesters Call for Cabinet to Step Down

Mideast Unrest Leaves Markets in Panic


4 People Wounded as Bomb Explodes in Baghdad

Nineveh Governor Rejects PM's Call to Resign

Iraq Authorities 'Using Violence and Bribes' to Curb Dissent


Iran Denies Opposition Leaders Are in Jail as Demonstrators Demand Their Release

Iran Forces Fire Teargas, Clash With Protesters

Iran Says Fuel Not Removed at Bushehr Nuclear Site

Russian Foreign Minister Calls for Resumption of Iran Nuclear Talks


Palestinians Try to Create 'Facebook Revolution'

Israel: New Weapon Downed Gaza Anti-Tank Rocket

Mideast Quartet Due in Israel in Bid to Restart Peace Talks

Tel Aviv to Build Affordable Housing for Jaffa's Arab Residents

Angolan Government Says It Will Take 'Serious Measures' Against Anyone Seeking Power Through Protests

Silent Streets After Apparent Protest Plans in Zimbabwe

Swaziland Group Calls for April 12 Revolt

Ivorian Pro-Gbagbo Groups Rampage Against Foreigners


India Seeks Return of Accused Soldier From US

11 Indian Muslims Sentenced to Die for Train Fire That Killed 60 Hindus

Libya vs. Gadhafi

Man Who Turned Battle of Benghazi

Pro-Gadhafi Forces Said to Block Food for Embattled Zawiya

Pro-Gadhafi Forces Fail to Retake Strategic City

Deep in Libya Desert, Town Shakes Off Gadhafi Rule

'Libyans Are Rediscovering What It Means to Be a People'

Despite Sanctions, Libya Holds Extensive Reserves

Feb. 28 Updates on Libya's Revolt and Mideast Protests

Even a Weakened Gadhafi May Be Hard to Dislodge

Gadhafi Trying to Replace UN Ambassadors

Libya and the World

Gates Says Navy Ships Move for Libyan Aid, US Options

As Gadhafi Holds On, Some Libyans Seek Foreign Intervention

US Warns of Libya Civil War if Gadhafi Stays

Kremlin Source: 'Political Corpse' Gadhafi Should Step Down

Top Powers Split Over Libya Options

Pentagon Hesitant on No-Fly Zone Over Libya

Libya No-Fly Zone Would Require NATO Military Force

Russian FM Knocks Down No-Fly Zone for Libya

Gold Price Hits Record High on Libya Unrest


Afghanistan Misconduct Court Martial Delayed

New Militia Brings Security, and Worries, to Marjah

NATO Probes Fresh Afghan Civilian Death Claims


Pakistan Spends 7 Times More on Arms Than on Schools

Taliban Shoot Dead 4 'US Spies' in North Waziristan

'War on Terror'

Holder Says He Doesn't Know When Gitmo Will Close

Bill Would Make Some Airport Screening Sexual Assault

Homeland Security Department Anniversary: Republicans Eye Agency for Cuts

TSA Employee Charged With Helping Drug Dealers at Airport


Assange Alleges Conspiracy Against WikiLeaks, Says Editor

Assange Applies to Trademark His Name


Russia to Boost Military on Disputed Kuril Islands

US Considers Resuming Food Aid to North Korea

More Global Defiance

Fearing Protests, China Bars Foreign Reporters From Shopping District

Ten Thousand Rally Against Armenian Government


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Should the US Government Encourage Potential Darwin Award Winners?

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Sen. Jim Webb Loses Steam

Philip Giraldi
The Veto from Hell

Nebojsa Malic
Children of Lies

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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