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Updated April 27, 2013 - 11:26 PM EDT
Shades of Iraq WMD: US Manipulating Syria Proof
  Syria Rebels Say Plane From Iraq Bombed Eastern City
  White House Letter Fuels Debate on US Military Intervention in Syria
  Obama Dubs Syria Chemical Accusations 'Game-Changer'
  Syria Allegations Rest on Flimsy Evidence
  Lebanon Dragged in as Hezbollah Joins Syria War
  Jordanians Protest US Troops, Fear Being Dragged into Syrian War
Insider Attack: Six Afghan Policemen Killed
Bombings, Fighting Across Iraq as Tensions Soar
Enormous DHS Bullet Usage Defies Common Sense
Experts Say US Terror Watchlists Are Bloated, Unhelpful
US Won't Let Castro's Daughter Accept US Gay Rights Award
Citing Sanctions, Samsung to Block Iranians From App Store
Hungry For Freedom In Guantanamo  by Ramzy Baroud
Dear Rand Paul: Keep Fighting the Fight on Drones  by Malou Innocent
Challenging Einstein: Kerry's 'New' Diplomacy in the Middle East  by Phyllis Bennis
Boston Involves a Choice  by Jacob G. Hornberger
The Iraqi Civil War, Round Two  by Paul R. Pillar
Don't Trade Freedom for Security  by Steve Chapman

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SF Gay Pride Shame: Bradley Manning Removed as a Grand Marshal
Feinstein Urges Transfer of Gitmo Detainees to Yemen
FBI Informant Says Taliban Members Living in America
Israel Sees Obama Policy on Syria as Gauge for Iran
What Is the Chemical Weapon Sarin?
Syrian Officials Deny Use of Chemical Weapons
Analysts Say Chemical Weapon Use Is Hard to Prove
Chemical Weapons: Pentagon Weighs Evidence, Plans Response
Cameron Says Deployment of Troops to Syria 'Unlikely'
Jordan's Abdullah Urges Diplomatic Action to End Syrian Conflict
Cameron Fears Iraq Effect Holding West Back in Syria
Iraq Unrest Unabated: at Least 38 Killed, 109 Wounded
Iraqi Soldiers Retake Control of Sunni Town
Bombs Kill at Least 20 Across Iraqi Capital
Bombs at Mosques in Baghdad Area Kill Four
5 Sahwa Members Killed South of Tikrit
UN Calls for Restraint in Iraq After Days of Clashes
Iraqiya: UN Role Needed After Hawija Killings
Australia: Iraq War Widow Demands Inquiry
Former VP: Government Is a Failure and Iraqis Are Hostages
Israeli Troops Break Up Palestinian March Toward West Bank Settlement
Israeli Assessment: Iran Behind Downed Drone
British Palestine Mandate Boss Said Jews Were 'Like Nazis'
Israeli Court: Women Can Wear Prayer Shawls While Worshiping at the Western Wall
Palestinians Performing Therapy Through Art
Middle East
PKK Fighters to Withdraw From Turkey Next Month
How Does Yemen's Revolution End?
American Jihadi in Somalia Tweets on Kill Attempt
Mogadishu Shooting: Top Somali Legal Official Killed
Rumors of Al-Shabaab's Death Are Greatly Exaggerated
Malians Cautiously Welcome Approval of UN Force
French Defense Minister Visits Northern Mali
Thousands of South Sudanese Rebels Surrender After Thaw With Sudan
Group: Sudan Army Supporting Fugitive Warlord Kony
Child Soldiers Used by Central African Republic Rebels
Kenya Police: Bomb Detectors Not Fake
Nigeria's Boko Haram 'Got $3m Ransom' to Free Hostages
Boston Bombings Aftermath
Mother of Boston 'Bombers' Was Put on CIA Terrorist Watchlist 18 Months Before Attacks and Is Now a 'Person of Interest'
Boston Bombing Suspect Transfered to Prison, Brother's Body Unclaimed
Boston Bombs: Was Dagestan the Starting Point?
Lawmakers Tout Closer Ties to Russia to Fight Chechen 'Threat'
Don't Blame Us, Putin Insists as He Claims Russia Had No 'Operational Value' on Bombers
Russia Detains 140 Suspected Islamic Extremists
Muslims See Little Backlash After Boston Bombing
Judge Seals Name of Tamerlan Tsarnaev's Defense Lawyer in 2009 Assault Case
The War at Home
SF Gay Pride: 'Bradley Manning Will Not Be a Grand Marshal'
In Force-Feeding Detainees, Obama Has Courts on His Side
DHS Denies Ammo Purchases Aimed at Civilians
Part of 9/11 Plane Landing Gear Found in New York
White House Backs Off Mandatory Cybersecurity Standards for Companies
Federal Helium Program: How Temporary Becomes Forever
Disfigured Veteran Deals With Disrespect at Home
Musharraf Remanded Over Benazir Bhutto Case
Pakistan's Late Benazir Bhutto Still Leads Her Party in Election
Candidate's Convoy Attacked in Mach; 6 Hurt
Afghans Stranded in Pakistan's No-Man's Land
Indian Spy on Death Row Hurt in Pakistan Prison
45 Dead as Afghan Bus Hits Tanker Wrecked by Taliban
Russian Minister Warns of 'Degrading' Situation in Afghanistan
Gunmen Kill 13 in Philippines Political Violence
Philippine Mayor in Deadly Ambush
Shadows of an Old Military Base
South Korea to Withdraw Remaining Staff From Kaesong Zone in North
US to Boost Trade, Military Ties With Myanmar
Muslim-Christian Relationship Fuels Row in Egypt
Egypt's Pope Says Islamist Rulers Neglect Copts
Egyptians in Benghazi Protest Treatment
Dutch Man Said to Be Arrested in Powerful Internet Attack
Slovak Police Seize Arsenal of Weapons
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Consenting to Rape

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People Vanishing from Iraq War History

David R. Henderson
Randís Stand

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Purim and Genocidal Phantasies

Charles V. PeŮa
Cyberwar for Me but Not for Thee

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