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Updated July 13, 2011 - 11:25 PM EDT

21 Killed, 141 Injured in Three Mumbai Blasts

Five French Soldiers Killed in Afghanistan

  16 Civilians Killed in NATO Strike
  NATO Attack Kills Four Civilians in Kunar, Afghanistan

Brother of Afghan President Slain in Kandahar

US Drone Attacks Kill 48 Pakistanis in 24 Hours
  Opposition Figure: Pakistani Govt, US Conspiring Against Military
Gadhafi Aides Hint at Willingness to Step Down

White House: US Now Backing Russian Mediation on Libya 

Israel Boycott Law: US Criticizes, Opposition Sues
  Palestinians Hold US Responsible for Israel Policy

The CIA's Secret Sites in Somalia

Calls Mount to Investigate Bush Officials for Torture

US Hardens Tone Against Assad

Egypt's Protesters Return to Tahrir Square
What Does the Killing of Ahmed Wali Karzai Mean?  by Stephen M. Walt
No One Supports the Troops More Than Bradley Manning  by Russ Wellen
Mexico's Drug Violence Is a True National Security Problem  by Ted Galen Carpenter
Obama's Bush-League World  by Tom Engelhardt
Has US Foreign Policy Ever Been Such a Mess?  by Kevin Zeese
Is It Safe to Cut the Pentagon Budget?  by William Hartung

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Rep. Lynn Woolsey Gives 400th Antiwar Speech

Ron Paul to Retire From Congress

Bradley Manning Visit Limits 'Break UN Probe Rules'

CIA's 'Fake Vaccine Drive' to Get bin Laden Family DNA

UN to Expose Those Who Attack Schools, Hospitals

Kosovo Moves Toward Ending Protectorate Status


Anger Spreads in Egypt as Military Warns Protesters

Egypt's Post-Revolution Harmony Turns Sour

Egyptian Protesters Seek Removal of Military Council


Gadhafi Forces Are Struggling, US Intelligence Reports Say

19 Rebels Killed in Misrata; Algeria, Italy Urge Political Solution to Crisis

Thousands of Iraqis Face Long Wait for Visas — and Entry to US

Iraq's Sadr Lashes Out at US

Tuesday: 6 Iraqis Killed, 26 Wounded


Iran Seeks 'Explicit' Nuclear Deal With UN

'Desperate' Ahmadinejad Challenges Revolutionary Guards in Iranian Power Struggle

China Expects $40bln Trade Exchange With Iran in 2011


Israeli Police Will Not Face Trial Over Death of Palestinian Girl

Quiet Holds Five Years After Israel-Hezbollah War

Israeli Tolerance Museum (Over Muslim Graves) Gets Final OK

Abbas Vows to Press Statehood as Quartet Silent

US Aid to Palestinians in Jeopardy over Hamas

In Other News

A New US Law-Enforcement Tool: Facebook Searches

Assassination Raises Questions Whether NATO Successfully Secured Afghanistan

Ahmed Wali Karzai: Reactions and Background

Killing of Afghan President's Brother Leaves 'Power Vacuum'

France to Pull 1‚000 Troops From Afghanistan: Sarkozy

Italian Soldier Killed by Bomb in Afghanistan

Afghanistan: A Tale of Two Districts


Pakistan Might Withdraw Border Troops, Defense Minister Says

Amid Threats, US Woos Pakistan From Behind Walls

Pakistan Hesitates to Eradicate US-Mapped Militant Camps


Syrian Reform Conference Eclipsed by Showdown With America

Syria Condemns Hillary Clinton's Remarks About Assad

Syrian Goalie: Regime Wants Me Dead

Jordanians Unveil First Gathering in Support of Syrian Revolt

Middle East

Saleh Warns US: It's Me or al-Qaeda

Bahrain Shi'ites Walk Out of Talks With Monarchy


Children With Horrific Wounds Pay Price of Sudan's Bloody War

Sudan, South Sudan Plan New Currencies After Split

UN Says Struggling With Growing Somali Exodus


Justin Raimondo
The Debt Ceiling and the Warfare State

Ivan Eland
Sudan's Lessons for Iraq

Ran HaCohen
Things You Can Say, Things You Cannot

Kelley B. Vlahos
Afghanistan: Leaving as Tragic as Staying

Philip Giraldi
All's 'Fare' in War

Nebojsa Malic
A Tale of Two Secessions

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

Charles V. Peña
You Cannot Be Serious

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