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Updated June 1, 2011 - 10:59 PM EDT
House Yanks Libya Pullout Over Fear of Passage

NATO Extends Libya Operations to September


South Africa President: Gadhafi Ruled Out Leaving Libya


Unrest and Hostility to Gadhafi in Tripoli District

After Many ISI Threats, Journalist Killed in Pakistan

Slain Pakistani Writer Claimed Military, Militant Tie

  US Uses Peace Talks to Divide Taliban from Pakistan 
NATO Spurns Karzai Call to Stop Killing Civilians

Afghan War's Cost May Sway Troop Talks

UN: 50 Killed, 100s Wounded in Yemeni City

Yemen Truce Ends in Blasts, Stokes Civil War Worries

Pentagon to View Cyber Attacks as Acts of War

Rep. West: US Needs Bigger Navy to Fight China

Syria: 'General Amnesty' for Political Prisoners
  The Face of the Syrian Uprising
Ex-Polish PM Rails at Newspaper for Reporting on CIA Prison
Mladic, War Crimes, and the West: Unasked Questions  by Mick Hume
The PATRIOT Act Is Not Conservative  by Jack Hunter
Israel Has to Accept That the Arab Spring Changes the Game  The Independent
Worse Than a Third Bush Term?  by Anthony Gregory
The 'Terror Presidency' Continues  by Gene Healy
Misdiagnosing the Middle East  by F. Gregory Gause III

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Hackers Hit Lockheed Martin

Rep. West Suggests Antiwar Congressmen Should 'Get Shot at a Few Times'
Israeli Human Rights Group: Israel Interrogated 1,200 Children, Detained 759

Infiltration Claims by Olympia Antiwar Group Proceed

White House Says Spending Bill Threatens Homeland Security

Egypt's Military Censors Critics as It Faces More Scrutiny


Sadrists: No Dialogue With Iraq's Occupiers

Iraqi Refugees in Kentucky Charged With Planning to Help Arm al-Qaeda

Iraq Arrests Suspect in Anti-Ba'ath Chief Murder

Visiting Iraqi Journalists Tell of Dangers, Obstacles

3 Civilians Injured in West Mosul Blast


In Tripoli, Support for Gadhafi Is Shallow

Libya Says NATO Air Raids 'Killed 700 Civilians'

Goldman Sachs Lost 98% of Libya's $1.3b Sovereign Wealth Fund Investment

Mistrust Abounds as Bahrain to Lift Emergency Law

Bahrain's King Offers July Reform Talks

Bahrain: Tough Line Remains on Protest Groups

Silencing Bahrain's Journalists

Women the Latest Target of Bahrain's Crackdown

Bahrain: Human Rights Group Wants Racing Event Canceled


Egypt: Hosni Mubarak 'Too Sick for Prison Move'

Egyptian General Admits 'Virginity Checks' Conducted on Protesters

Middle East
Saudi-Iran Feud Draws Sectarian Dividing Line Across Middle East Oilfields

Lebanon's Palestinians to March to Border


Sudan Agrees to Demilitarized Zone for North-South Border

Sudan Calls for UN Peacekeeper Withdrawal

Thousands Flee Sudanese Bombing Amid Food and Fuel Shortages

Top War Crimes Suspect Mladic Arrives at the Hague

An Overview of the Yugoslav War Crimes Court


Azerbaijan Frees Journalist After Years of World Pressure

'Frozen Conflict' Between Azerbaijan and Armenia Begins to Boil

Georgia Passes Law to Destroy Soviet-Era Monuments and Street Names

Euro-Court Orders Russia to Compensate Khodorkovsky

Somalia: Under-Fives Make Up Almost Half of Mogadishu Casualties
The Killing of Saleem Shahzad

Who Killed Saleem Shahzad?

Syed Saleem Shahzad, You Never Bowed Down

The Perils of Covering Pakistan's Military

Pakistan's Spy Agencies Are Suspected of Ties to Reporter's Death

Pakistan President Orders Inquiry in Shahzad Death


Pakistani Jets Attack Taliban Hideouts, Kill 17

Pakistan Forms Commission to Probe bin Laden Raid


Defense: Mumbai Attacks Witness Lied to FBI, Judge

India, Pakistan Fail to Make Progress on Glacier Standoff


Three Killed in Gaza Training Camp 'Blast'

East Jerusalem Residents Face Police Violence: Study

Israel: Army Arrests Militants in West Bank

Israeli Deputy FM Heads to Latin America to Petition Against a Palestinian State
Gaza Flotilla

Israeli Military Says Will Stop New Gaza Flotilla

Hamas Opens Memorial to Dead Flotilla Activists


Alleged Trade With Iran Embarrasses Israel

Iran's Bushehr Nuclear Power Plant to Join National Grid

Ahmadinejad Wing Accused of Planning to Remove Iran's Clergy


China Says Foreigners Stir Inner Mongolia Unrest

US Senator: Decision Soon on Marine Base in Japan

South Korea Digging for Evidence in Agent Orange Probe

The War at Home

When a Soldier Brings War Back Home

Once a Campus Pariah, ROTC Is Booming at Universities

List of Cyber-Weapons Developed by Pentagon to Streamline Computer Warfare

WikiLeaks: Ireland Cables

Panama's Top Court Silent on Accusations of Corruption in Diplomatic Cables on WikiLeaks

Chile Military File Suggests Allende May Not Have Killed Himself

Cuba Dissidents Sentenced to Prison for Leaflets


Justin Raimondo
The Japanese Internment and the Betrayal of the 'Progressives'

Ivan Eland
Obama Should Follow FDR's Example in Dealing with Generals, Not Lincoln's

Kelley B. Vlahos
Memorial Day in Wartime

Philip Giraldi
The Book of Netanyahu

Nebojsa Malic
Empire Folds

David R. Henderson
Is Leon Panetta a Saint—or a War Criminal?

Charles V. Peña
You Cannot Be Serious

Ran HaCohen
West Bank Neighbors: Chronicles of Death

Alan Bock
How Brainy Is Obama?

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