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Updated August 29, 2011 - 11:29 PM EDT
Evidence Emerges of Revenge Killings in Tripoli
  Gadhafi's Son Khamis 'Killed' for Third Time
  Gadhafi Offers Talks on Power Transfer
  Dying Lockerbie Bomber Will Not Be Extradited, Rebels Say
  Rebels Converge on Gadhafi Hometown of Sirte

Cables Reveal 2006 Execution of Iraqi Civilian Family

Syrian Army Defections on the Rise

  Syria Faces Isolation as Regime Loses Key Allies
  Nonviolence or NATO? Syria's Protest Movement Starts to Split
  Syria's WMDs: The Scaremongering Begins Anew
Suicide Attack Kills 29 at Baghdad Mosque
  Cheney Book: Bush Authorized Leak on Iraq
  Iraq's Sectarian War Seen Flaring Up Again
  Iraq-Kuwait Tensions Rise Over Rocket Strikes

Report: US Forces May Have Killed Afghan Journalist

US: Al-Qaeda on the Verge of Defeat
Official: One Israeli Attack on Iran Not Enough
Libya Is Not an Advertisement for Intervention  by Simon Jenkins
Top Gun Marked Start of Hollywood-Pentagon Bromance  by David Sirota
Congressional Tourists Avoid Apartheid in Israel  by Ahmad Tibi
Libyan Rebels Tiptoe Into a Power Vacuum  by Brendan O'Neill
Code Pink: Turning Strategy Into Victory  by Dana Balicki
'Gratuitous' Bombing of a Defeated Enemy  by Hiroaki Sato

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Paul Still Critical of US Involvement in Libya
Romney Adviser Advocating for Terrorist Group
Ranger's Widow Expelled From Rumsfeld Book Signing
Bahrain's King Pardoning Some Protesters
Afghanistan Returning to the Brink
Many Death Sentences in US Military Overturned
Syrian Forces Storm Northern Town, Fight Defectors: Residents
Assad Endorses New Media Law in Syria
Iran Calls on Syrian President to Consider Protesters' Demands
Iran Warns NATO Against Entering Syria 'Quagmire'
Despite Provocation, Syria's Powerful Tribes Cling to Peaceful Protests
3 Syrian Opposition Figures Banned From Travel
Israeli Police Say 7 People Wounded in Palestinian Attack in Tel Aviv
Report: Egypt Mulls Buffer Zone on Border With Gaza
Egypt's Press Blames Israel for Eilat Terror Attack
Egypt Arrests Militant Linked to String of Attacks
Abbas: 'UN Recognition Won't Stop PA's Demand for Right of Return'
Israel Starts Deporting Children of Foreign Workers
Attacks Leave Dozens Dead, as Kurds Mull Sending Peshmerga to Borders
UN Concerned About Iraq Strength Before US Exit
5 Civilians Injured in Two Baghdad Explosions
Turkish Soldiers Tear Gas Kurdish Protest, Politician Killed
Three Soldiers Die in Southeast Turkey Convoy Blast
Turkey to Return Confiscated Property
Middle East
Jordanian Opposition Demands Limits on King's Powers
Iran Hands Death Sentence to Man Accused of Killing Nuclear Scientist for Israel
Journalist Flees Ecuador After Clash With Leader
Libyan Rebels Say Gadhafi Using Human Shields
Local Libyan Rebel Councils Pursue Regime 'Collaborators'
Gadhafi's Home Town to Fall Within 10 Days, Rebels Claim
Lockerbie Bomber Comatose, Near Death, Family Says
Rebels Locate Gadhafi Siblings' Seafront Homes
Rebels Face Test as They Deal With Hundreds of Pro-Gadhafi Suspects
Libya Plans to Ship Crude From Tobruk by End of September
Tunisian Police Arrest Pro-Gadhafi Ring South of the Country
Islamic Group Says It Was Behind Fatal Nigeria Attack
Safety of UN Nigeria HQ in Question After Bombing
UN Vows Terrorism Fight as Toll Climbs From Nigeria Bombing
Deadly Mogadishu Bomb 'Targeted Peacekeepers'
Ethnic Killings Spark Apocalyptic Doom in Pakistan's Biggest City
Senior Sindh Minister Quits All Party and Government Posts
Pakistan's Karachi Faces Tension After Resignation
In Pakistan, Court Moves to Punish Ex-President
133 Suspects Held, Two Torture Cells Unearthed in Lyari
Nepal's Parliament Elects Deputy Leader of Former Maoist Rebels as New Prime Minister
North Korea's Leader's Trip Aimed at Support From Russia, China
Japan Sends Search Team to Find Remains of Iwo Jima Dead
Cops Find 5 Bodies in Rural Area Near Mexico City
Mexico's Sinaloa Cartel Makes Big Move Into Meth
Battered State Vows to Solve Mexican Security Woes
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Ron Paul's Best Week

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Doomsday Defense Cuts?

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Israelis Sick and Tired – but of What?

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