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Updated July 6, 2012 - 11:28 PM EDT

US Drone Strike Kills 21 in North Waziristan

  NATO Trucks Cross Pakistan, but Relationship Far From Rosy

Israeli Gen.: Civilians Will Be Target in Lebanon Attack

Top Syrian General Defects to Turkey
  WikiLeaks Publishes Cache of Emails From Syrian Regime
  Predicting Syria's Blowback: A Look at Libya's Impact
Libya Prepares for First Post-Gadhafi Vote
US-Led Sanctions Cut Iran's Oil Exports in Half
Philippines President Denies US Drone Plans
Iraq Violence: 10 Killed, 48 Wounded
Strait History: Iran's Options  by Soraya Sepahpour-Ulrich
Iran Sanctions Aren't Working  by Eskandar Sadeghi-Boroujerdi & Muhammad Sahimi
Fifty Years After Algeria's Independence, France Is Still in Denial  by Nabila Ramdani
Washington's Militarized Mindset  by Tom Engelhardt
Iran's Persian Gulf Gambit Takes Shape  by Kaveh L. Afrasiabi
Iran's Nuclear-Submarine Folly  by John Gay

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Why This Obsession With Iran?
by Patrick J. Buchanan
High-Priced Advocacy Raises Questions for Supporters of Iranian Exile Group
Army Blocks Access to Information About Bradley Manning Support Network, Citing an 'Active Investigation'

Assange Charges Are Hilarious, Says Ecuador


Two German Soldiers Injured in Attack in Afghanistan

'It's a Shame They Didn't Kill Him': Israelis React to Video of Soldiers Kicking Palestinian Child

Israel Charges Reporter Over Leaked Army Documents

Palestinian Hunger Striker in Critical Condition, Seeks Release After 3 Months Without Food

Iran: EU Sanctions Won't Affect Progress of Nuclear Program

Iran Submarine Plan May Fuel Western Nuclear Worries

Israel's Dagan Retracts Quote That Attacking Iran Is 'Stupid'


Wartime Remains of 6 US Airmen Located in Laos

China Official Vows 'Iron Fist' Crackdown in Xinjiang

China Pledges Financial Aid to Cuba's Castro


Missouri Guard Member Dies in Guatemala

Ex-Argentine Dictators Videla, Bignone Convicted of Having Babies Stolen From Slain Dissidents
Mexico's President-Elect Wants Close Security Ties With US, With Limits

Amnesty: Arms Embargo on Syrian Govt., Not Rebels

Iraq Says 'al-Qaeda Fighters' Flowing Into Syria

Russia Rejects 'Joke' of Hosting Assad in Exile

Swiss Freeze Arms Exports to UAE; Probe Syria Link

Middle East-North Africa

Libya Heads to Polls After Decades

Lebanon Cabinet Under Fire After MP Assassination Bid

Morality Killing Triggers Fears and Debate in Egypt

Bahrain Court Orders Monitoring for 11-Year-Old Protester


UN Calls for Sanctions on Qaeda Fighters in Mali

Nigerian Govt. Program Pays Rebels to Drop Struggle

Somalia Facing 'Fresh Hunger Emergency'

Sudan and South Sudan Resume Border Talks

Rebels Seize Strategic Village in East Congo

Bamako Protest Against Wrecking of Timbuktu Sites

United States
Military Base Closures, Mergers Save Less Money Than Pentagon Projected

Inside a US Army Sniper School

United Kingdom

Britain's History of White Guys Jailed for Terrorism

UK: Army to Lose 17 Units Amid Job Cuts

Electronic Cigarette Incites Bomb Scare on British Highway

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Why Women Should Not Enlist

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The Drug War in Mexico: Corruption Is Better Than Slaughter

Nebojsa Malic
Age of Absurdity

Charles V. Peņa
Cyberwar for Me but Not for Thee

Ran HaCohen
Tel Aviv 'Race Riots' Reveal Much About Israel

David R. Henderson
Is Iran a Threat?

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