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Gates, Others Talk Up US No-Fly Zone in Libya
  White House Not at 'Decision Point' on Libya
  Libyan General Switches Sides, Joins Rebels in Zawiya
  Control Over Libyan City of Zawiya Hotly Contested
  Rebels and Gadhafi Forces Battle in Eastern and Western Libya
  US Approved Deal to Provide Army Vehicles to Libya
Saudi Police Open Fire on Protesters
Egyptian Army Clears Protesters From Tahrir Sq.
  Egypt Sectarian Strife Kills 13, Wounds 140
  Muslim Brotherhood Asks People to Support Army and Government
  84 Egyptian Police Officers Detained for Links to Burnt Documents
NATO Kills Karzai’s Cousin in Botched Raid
  Afghan Villagers Say Police Killed 5 Civilians
  2010 Deadliest Year for Afghan Civilians
  Petraeus Says Tough Summer Ahead in Afghanistan
Poll: Americans Prefer Pentagon Spending Cuts
  Rep. Peter King: Terrorism Investigator or Witch Hunter?
  Obama Files More Anti-Leaker Cases Than All Presidents in Last 40 Yrs
Doctors: Yemen Used Nerve Gas on Protesters
Major Pakistan Bombings Kill 75 Over Two Days
US Official: Iran Not Close to 'Breakout' Capability on Nukes
Morally Indignant Sharks Circle Libya While Osama Smiles  by Eric Margolis
America's Anti-Muslim Jihadists on the March Again  by M. Junaid Levesque-Alam
The So-Called Guardians of Free Speech  by John Pilger
On Libya, Too Many Questions  by George F. Will
The US Govt: Egypt's Co-Tyrant  by Jacob G. Hornberger
Obama Does Not Get It  by Lamis Andoni

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Peter King's Muslim Hearings: a Key Moment in an Angry Conversation
Documents Point to ATF 'Gun Running' Since 2008
Hoard of Cash Lets Gadhafi Extend Fight
Knesset Committee to Hold Meeting on J Street Activities
Andrew's Trip to Yemen – and a Deal to Sell a Dictator Bullets
US Probes Hacker Threat Over WikiLeaks Soldier
US Forces Kill Physician in Salah Al-Din
Official: Kurd Forces Will Stay Near Key Iraq City
Baghdad Blast Kills Iraqi Army General
Sulaimaniya Protests Stronger With Kurdish Expat Support
US Army Attacked by Roadside Bomb in Baghdad
Kurdistan PM Ready to Resign if Parliament Asks
Deportation Flights to Iraq Resume Despite UN Warning
Blast Shuts Down Iraq Kirkuk-Ceyhan Pipeline
Bad Weather Shuts Iraq Electricity System
Wednesday: 7 Iraqis Killed, 24 Wounded
Israeli PM Names Hawkish Ex-General as NSC Head
Denmark to Upgrade Status of Palestinian Representation to 'Mission'
Obama Taps Close Aide Shapiro as Israel Ambassador
Palestinian Pride on Display at Home Soccer Match
World Looks at Israel as It Looked at Apartheid-Era South Africa
Obama Seeks to Mollify US Jewish Groups Uneasy About Mideast Turmoil
US Envoy Backs UN View on Iran Nuke Arms Program
London Slams Iran Over Taliban Weapons
China Hopes IAEA Takes Objective, Impartial Position on Iran
Protesters, Government Loyalists Clash in South Yemen
Yemeni Dies of Wounds From Army Raid on University
Killing Hardens Opposition Resolve in Yemen
Rights Group Says Yemen Used Deadly Force in Aden
Bahrain Opposition Meets to Calm Sectarian Tensions
Bahrain Protesters Want Sunni Immigrants Deported
Saudi Arabia
Small Protest Held in Saudi Arabia Despite Government Warning
Saudi Arabia Takes Steps to Curb Demonstrations
Saudi Foreign Minister Warns Against Protests
Oman State Workers Join Protests Calling for Improvements in Work Conditions
Oman Air Staff Get Assurance on Salary Hike
Middle East
US Wants IAEA to Raise Pressure on Syria
UAE Activists Demand Right to Elect Parliament
Jordan's Youth Push for Change
The War at Home
Attorney General Warns Against Alienating Muslims
New Jersey Nearly Sold Confidential Data at Auction
Army, CIA, Canadians to Train at Fort Leavenworth
Marines Order $200 Million Worth of 120mm Mortar Rounds
Veteran Appropriator Scolds Gates, Mostly Approves Funding Shift
'War on Terror'
'Future Spies' Taught in UK Schools
Cole Bombing Suspect to Face Military Tribunal at Guantanamo
Libya at War
Libyan Jets on Diplomatic Sorties as No-Fly Looms
Libya Rebels, Government Trade Blame on Oil Blast
Gadhafi Vows Fight Over No-Fly Zone
Oil Installations Ablaze in Libya as Battles Rage
Rebels Fear Worst if They Are Captured by Gadhafi
Libya Govt Forces Detain and Beat BBC Team
Fighting Raises Concerns About Libyan Scientists
Libya Offers Bounty for Rebel Leader Abdel Jalil
Ex-Inmate in Libya Tells of Arrest, Prison Horrors
Libya and the US
Clinton: No-Fly Zone Over Libya Cannot Be US-Led Effort
US Won't Call Libyan Crisis 'Civil War'
On Libya, Obama Willing to Let Allies Take the Lead
Libya and the World
Is a Libyan Delegation Headed to NATO Meeting Tomorrow?
Malta 'Will Not Be Military Base' Against Libya
Britain Calls for Gadhafi Ultimatum
Many Refugees From Libya Don't Want to Go Home
Egypt 'Aids Libyan Rebels Against Gadhafi'
Sub-Sarahan Refugees From Libya Look to Europe
UN Probes Allegations of Torture by Gadhafi's Forces
UN Aid Agencies Shut Out From Libya as Needs Grow
Brent Crude Tops $116 as Gaddafi Bombs Libyan Oil Facilities
Plane Lands in Egypt, Said to Carry Gadhafi Message
Libya Sanctions to Hit Ship Activity: Tanker Owner
Activists Occupy Gadhafi Mansion in London
'Friday of National Unity' March Planned After Sectarian Clashes
Pro-Mubarak Thugs Blamed for Rising Violence in Egypt
Egyptians Get View of Extent of Spying
Sectarian Clashes Challenge a Revolutionary Idealism
ElBaradei: Egypt Needs New Constitution, Not Amendments
ElBaradei Says Will Work on Restoring Relations With Iran if Voted President
Northern Africa
Tunisia Disbands Party of Ousted President
Algeria Reforms Military Service Policy
Morocco's King Mohammed Pledges Constitutional Reform
Targeted Civilian Killings Spiral in Afghan War
NATO Forces Seize Rockets From Iran in Afghanistan
Afghans Rely Heavily on Foreign Advisers as Transition Looms
Landmine Blast Kills Six in Dera Bugti
Pakistani General, in Twist, Credits US Drone Strikes
US Charges Pakistani National With Illegal Nuclear Exports
China Vows No Western-Style Political Reforms
Website Reports Attacks Following Chinese Protest Announcements
Myanmar Opposition Says Govt Appointments Illegal
UN Probe Finds North Korea Violated Pact
US Official Apologizes for Comments Angering Japanese
Indonesian Court: Cleric's Trial Will Move Forward

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