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Updated September 23, 2012 - 11:23 PM EDT
August '2nd Deadliest Month' for Afghan Civilians
  Doomed Soldier's Letter Changed Congressman's Mind on Afghanistan
US Bans 20 Iran Officials From Travel to UN
  Iran's Revolutionary Guard Says Expects Israel to Launch War
  Iran Official: German Firm Planted Bombs in Parts for Nuclear Program
6 Libyan Security Forces 'Executed': Officials
  11 Killed as Protesters Sweep Islamist Militia Out of Libya Bases
Israelis Fear PM Is Meddling in US Politics
Rebels Say Syrian Military Kills 180
US Missile Strike Kills 4 in Pakistan Near Afghan Border
Why Support the Troops?  by Jacob G. Hornberger
International Peace Day from Kabul, Afghanistan  by Johnny Barber
NDAA Terrorism Law: Obama and His Unchecked Power Grab  by Henry Zheng
And the War Came  by Ralph Raico
How (Not) to Hide the Elephant in the Room  by Stephen M. Walt
Iran-US Hostilities Must Stop  by Seyed Hossein Mousavian

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UK, Sweden Silent on Ecuador Assange Proposal
Senate GOP Furious NYT Got Better Libya Briefing
Canadian Copt Linked to Anti-Islam Film Seeks Protection
Ex-Blackwater Firm Will Teach Military Spies Self-Defense
Don't Panic, but China Mingles Its Nukes With Regular Missiles
US Senators Urge the EU to Outlaw Hezbollah
Rebel Leaders: Free Syrian Army Has Moved Its Command Center From Turkey to Syria
Iraq to Conduct Random Searches of Syria-Bound Iranian Planes Suspected of Carrying Weapons
Mystery Grows Over Syria's Missing Opposition Politicians
Desperate Syrians Cross a Hazardous Border to Turkey
Riyadh Steering Citizens Away From Syrian War
Apartheid State of Israel Only a Matter of Time, Palestinians Warn
Netanyahu Seen as Favoring Romney
Egypt's Mursi Calls on US to Make Good on Its Commitment to Palestinian Self-Rule
Iran's Navy Plans to Expand Its Presence, Seeks Force From North to South Poles
US Navy's New Floating Base Gets a Workout in Gulf
Analysts Respond to US Decision to Delist MEK From Terrorist List
Curbs on Iran Female University Students Take Effect
Eight Killed, 18 Wounded Across Iraq
Iraq Aims to Unite With New Flag, Anthem
Iraq in Plan for 5 Million Jobs in Next Five Years
Twelve Killed in Clashes in Yemen
Yemen Minister Says Saleh Trying to Spoil Transition
Middle East
Bahrain Says It Arrested 29 During Protest on Friday
Aoun Says Was Target of Assassination Attempt
UN: Torture of Activists in Morocco 'Systematic'
Long a Useless Talk Shop, Arab League Is Revived, Made Relevant by Arab Spring Revolts
Massacre of 16 Unarmed Muslim Preachers in Mali Shows Army Out of Control, Country in Turmoil
Somali Lawmaker Killed in Capital Mogadishu
24-Hour Curfew in 2 North Nigeria Cities After Repeated Attacks by Radical Islamist Sect
Thousands Protest in Nigeria's North Over Prophet Muhammad Film
Mexico Continues Gun Trafficking Probe Despite US Report Findings
Unlikely Cooperation Led to Drug Lord's Arrest in Venezuela
Colombia's FARC Rebels Hope US Will Release Top Guerrilla
Argentina Gives Opposition Media Dec. 7 Deadlinr on Monopoly Law
Americans Still Dying
Amarillo (TX) Soldier Killed in Green-On-Blue Attack Leaves Behind Wife, Infant
Claremore (OK) Soldier Victim of 'Insider Attack' in Afghanistan
Afghan Insurgant Attack on Camp Bastion Killed Kokomo (IN) Marine
Teachers Remember Lafayette (IN) Soldier as an Outstanding Leader
Father of Three, Huntingdon (PA) Marine Killed in Afghan Base Attack
Military-Style Tactics Seen in US Consulate Siege
Anti-Militia Protests Show Frailty of Libyan State
Libya to Dissolve 'Unlawful' Militias
Libya's Ansar Says It Quit Benghazi Bases to Preserve Security
Egypt Court Challenges Parliament's Legality as Fresh Ruling Due
Sunni Islam Leader Calls for Peace, Urges Muslims to Have 'Patience and Wisdom'
Egyptian Leader Mohamed Mursi Spells Out Terms for Us-Arab Ties
French Insult to Prophet Muhammad Draws Little Protest in Cairo, Elsewhere
Report: Egypt's Chief Forensic Doctor Says Mubarak Is Well, Has Never Had a Stroke
Pakistan Minister Offers Bounty for Film Producer
Former Minority Lawmaker Among Eight Killed in Karachi
Pakistani Police Say No Evidence of Blasphemy Found Against Christian Girl
Drones Capture Mountain Scenery in Pakistan
Hundreds March in Tokyo in Anti-China Protest Over Territorial Dispute
China 'Strongly' Opposes Japanese Landing on Disputed Islands
Islands Dispute Tests Resolve of China and Japan
Myanmar Warlord 'Admits Murdering Sailors' in China
NATO Service Member Killed in Eastern Afghanistan
Bangladesh Police, Prophet Film Protesters Clash
Philippines Close to Landmark Peace Deal in Rebel South
Indonesian Police Arrest Terror Suspects
Behind North Korea's Propaganda Star, a Darker Story
In Vietnam, Son Gets Handed His Father's Wartime Diary Returned to the Country by the US
Georgian Protesters Demand Prosecutions for Abuse
Opposition Says Georgia Vote a Choice Between Good and Evil
4 Police, 4 Militants Killed in Battle in Chechnya's Mountains
Thousands at Scottish Independence Rally in Edinburgh
Paris Riot Police Out in Force to Stop Demos Over Islam Film
Belarus Holds Elections Boycotted by Opposition
The War at Home
Soldier Who Taught 'Total War' Against Islam Threatens to Sue Top Military Officer
Lawmaker: Pentagon Should Take Over US Nuclear Plant Security
US Senate Approves Ambassadors to Iraq, Pakistan
Yale Welcomes Air Force, Naval ROTC Units Back to Campus
Edwin Wilson, Former CIA Operative Convicted of Selling Arms to Libya, Dies at 84
Culture Changes at VA Hospitals as More Female Vets Seek Health Care
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