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Karzai: US, NATO Must Stop Afghan Operations
  Gates Warns Allies Against Pullout From Afghanistan
  German Army Denies Killing Woman in Afghanistan
Officials: All Military Options on Table for Libya
  Arab League Backs Libya No-Fly Zone
  Obama Cools to US Military Intervention in Libya
  European Leaders Don't Rule Out Military Role in Libya
  African Tribes Help to Arm Libya's Rebel Forces
Libya Rebels Face Gadhafi Onslaught
  Gadhafi Troops Parade in Zawiyah After Rebel Rout
  Govt Forces Recapture Strategic Western Town
  Gadhafi's Son Accuses Rebels of Atrocities
6 More Killed in Fresh Yemen Protests
  Yemen Protests Surge to New Record Turnout
  Death Toll Rising at Peaceful Yemen Protests
Saudi Threats Keep Protests to a Minimum
  Gates Presses 'Reform' in Bahrain Visit As Protests Rage
  Fatwa Urges Jordanians to Refrain From Street Protests
  Kuwait: Riot Police Break Up Protest by Stateless Arabs
Official Row: State Dept Spokesman Slams Abuse of Manning
  Manning Details Abuse in 11-Page Memorandum
  US Judge Orders Twitter to Give Up WikiLeaks Data
Iraq Parliament Speaker Calls for Inquiry Into US Attacks
US Drone Strikes Kill Five Alleged Militants in Pakistan
'No-Fly Zone' Is a Euphemism for War. We'd Be Mad to Try It  by Simon Jenkins
Seeing Through the 'Humanitarians'  by Marko Markanovic
Japan's Culture of Peace: Reflections on Constitutional Antimilitarism  by Benjamin A. Peters
This Shameful Abuse of Bradley Manning  by Daniel Ellsberg
Freedom, Gitmo, and You  by Judge Andrew Napolitano
Kicking the Intervention Habit  by Richard Falk

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Righting the Wrongs of the Ben Ali Regime
Obama: Treatment of Manning Appropriate
Manning's Father Says Son Is Innocent
Obama's New Executive Order on Guantanamo
US Funded Israeli-Linked Security Company Pushes Anti-Muslim Ideology
US Mayor, Police Chief Charged With Smuggling Guns to Mexico
US Approved $40 Billion in 2009 Private Arms Sales
Libya at War
Gadhafi's Plane, Firepower Advantage Puts Libyan Rebels on the Defensive
Tripoli: City of Fear and Silent Protests
Medics Flee Gadhafi Airstrikes
Fuel Shortage Looms for Oil-Rich Libya
Libyan Rebels
Libyan Rebels at Pains to Distance Themselves From Extremists
Libya's Rebels Are Inexperienced but Zealous
Battered Libyan Rebels Try to Keep Spirits Up
Civil Society on Rise in Rebel Areas of Libya
In Libya, Boys Try to Join Fight Against Gadhafi
Gadhafi Hangs On
Gadhafi Forces Show Growing Confidence
Gadhafi Feels 'Betrayed' but Is No Quitter
Gadhafi Could 'Stop Support for Anti-Terror War'
Gadhafi Launches Psychological Warfare
Libya and the US
US Wary of Libya Role
US to Name a Liaison to Libyan Rebels
Obama Says Gadhafi Squeezed, Libyan Rebels Want More
Obama Offers Tempered Support for Libya Rebels
Tripoli on the Potomac: US Tripoli Embassy Sets Up Shop at State
US Extends Sanctions on Gadhafi Clan, Advisers
Gen. Wesley Clark Says Libya Doesn't Meet the Test for US Military Action
CNN's Robertson: Gadhafi Thugs Grabbed Me and My Crew
Libya and the World
Libyan Envoys Unwelcome at Arab Talks on Crisis
In Europe, Plenty of Talk About a No-Fly Zone in Libya but Little Consensus
Foreign Press Sees Shattered Center of Zawiyah
Sarkozy's Libya Move 'Shows Testosterone Level, Not Logic'
UN Envoy Going to Libya to Try to End Violence
US Govt Mobilizes $47 Million to Aid Refugees on Tunisian-Libyan Border
Libya Repatriation Is Straining Aid Agencies
ICC Might Launch Libya Crimes Probe From Egypt
Libyan Embassy in Switzerland Cuts Ties to Gaddafi Regime
Russia Objects to Foreign Military Intervention in Libya
China Urges International Community to Fulfill UN Resolution on Libya
Gaddafi's Nurse Accused of Drunken Brawl Aboard Ukrainian Plane
Chavez Says US, Allies Preparing for War in Libya
Egyptians Protest Against Religious Violence
Who Let the Thugs Out in Egypt?
Egypt's Security Heads Charged Over Live Ammo Fired at Crowds
Troops Move Into Disputed Region in Sudan
South Sudan Asks UN to Avoid Battle Areas
Libyan Crisis Bad for Business in Tunisia Border Town
Tunisian Bloggers Win Online Media Award
Nigeria Seizes Truck Carrying Bomb-Making Material
Taylor Trial Ends in the Hague
Tsvangirai Eyes 'Divorce' From Mugabe as Coalition Totters
Ivory Coast: UN Envoys Mull Escrow to Keep Cocoa Revenue Out of Gbagbo' Hands
US Waging Cyberwar, Says Cuba
Weekend Reviews
The Indispensable Ralph Raico
Derek Leebaert's Magic and Mayhem
What Really Happened in Gaza?
Counting Down to Nuclear War
Bahrain Protesters 'Facing Death Threats'
Security Bolstered Around Bahrain Royal District
Press TV Crew Attacked in Bahrain
Saudi Arabia
Saudi King Counters Dissent With $36 Billion
Leading Saudi Cleric Warns Against Protests
Saudi Govt Says Police Opened Fire in Self-Defence
Iraq Kurds Protest, Man Tries to Set Himself Ablaze
Iraq Protesters Accuse Security Troops of Beatings
Some Iraqi Anti-Government Protesters Freed
Iraq Sunni Fighters Still Waiting for Promised Jobs
Iraq Protesters Call for Jobs and Better Services
11 Wounded in Kirkuk Blast
Friday: 1 Iraqi Killed, 29 Wounded
Family of Five Killed in Alleged Terrorist Attack in Their Home in Settlement
Soldiers Attack West Bank Anti-Wall Protests, Two Arrested
House Evictions Forge New Alliances
Gaza Power Plant Engineer Being Held in Israeli Prison
Netanyahu in Search of Facebook Friends
Iran Forces Kill Three People in Clashes in West
Iran Slams US, EU for Questioning Nature of Its Nuclear Activities
Middle East
US Provides Mideast Protesters Cover on Web
Turkey Dismisses Israel's Concerns Over Spy Satellite
Lebanon: Hariri Indictment Grows
Iraqi Driver Arrested With Weapons Intended for Use Inside Syria
Suicide Bomber Kills an Afghan Police Chief
NATO Endorses Plan for Afghan Forces to Take Over Several Areas
Ex-Blackwater Contractors Guilty in Afghan's Death
4th Afghan Exchange Student Reported Missing in US
Karachi: Nine Die in Fighting Sparked by Court Decision

Girls' School Blown Up in Jamrud

Pakistan Test-Fires Nuclear-Capable Short-Range Ballistic Missile
Maryland Man Charged in Scheme to Smuggle Restricted Goods to Pakistan
US Lawmakers Oppose North Korea Food Aid
How North Korea Has Skillfully Exploited a Defector Standoff With South
India Tests Two Nuke-Capable Missiles
China's Crackdown on Rights Defenders Intensifies
Police Detain 43 in Azerbaijan Protest Bid
Tamil Tiger Soldier Ordered Deported From Canada
Indonesia Denies Alleged WikiLeaks Claims Against President Yudhoyono
Suggestion on Visas From Putin Catches Biden by Surprise
Russia's Clout Rises With Oil Prices
4 Basque ETA Suspects Arrested in France
UK Military Furious at Plans to Prepare Cover for Prison Staff Strike
The War at Home
Iraq, Afghanistan Veterans Struggle to Find Jobs
King: Next Hearing Is on Radical Muslims in Prison
US Investigating Military Family Foreclosures
9 Officers Face Disciplinary Action in Ft. Hood Case

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