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08 Dec 2008 - 13 Jun 2021
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Give Us Hagel for Christmas
We've been good, says Kelley Vlahos
Private Murders and Government Murders
Michael Tennant deplores both
Pyongyang Is Still Deterred
Relax, advises Ted Galen Carpenter
 No Christmas in Rebel-Held Northern Syria
Prayers for peace, but conspicuous lack of celebration
Israel: 1,200 More Settlement Houses
Expansion continues despite international condemnations
US to Send Troops to 35 African Nations
Odierno plans for fast deployments anywhere in the world
 Those Mad, Mad Mullahs
Please give Flynt Leverett a break
America's Really Stupid Syria Policy
Philip Giraldi on the worsening situation
What Bill of Rights?
John Knefel on the lawless police
Libya Closes Borders, Declares Much of South a ‘Military Zone’
16 December 2012 | News | Jason Ditz
Libya Closes Borders, Declares Much of South a ‘Military Zone’ | Military given supreme authority in six provinces
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Britain Pays Off Libyan Torture Victim for 2004 Rendition
13 December 2012 | News | Jason Ditz
Britain Pays Off Libyan Torture Victim for 2004 Rendition | Foreign Office: No admission of liability in payoff
5 Comments
Weapons Sent to Libyan Rebels With US Approval Went to Islamic Extremists
05 December 2012 | News | John Glaser
US-Approved Qatari Arms Went to Extremists in Libya | Weapons sent to Libyan rebels from Qatar, with US encouragement, ended up in the hands of Islamists
4 Comments
Sen. Graham Slams ‘Light Footprint’ of US Security Worldwide
02 December 2012 | News | Jason Ditz
Sen. Graham Slams ‘Light Footprint’ of US Security Worldwide | Warns lack of security could mean ‘more Benghazis’
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Libyan, Tunisian Leaders Oppose Arming Syrian Rebels
22 November 2012 | News | Jason Ditz
Libyan, Tunisian Leaders Oppose Arming Syrian Rebels | Recent regime-change nations not recognizing rebel umbrella group
1 Comment
Benghazi Security Chief Assassinated in Overnight Attack
21 November 2012 | News | Jason Ditz
Benghazi Security Chief Assassinated in Overnight Attack | Attackers unidentified, fled after killing
3 Comments
Petraeus Claims He Consistently Said Benghazi Attack Was Work of Terrorists
16 November 2012 | News | John Glaser
Petraeus Claims Consistency on Benghazi Attack | In closed-door briefings, Petraeus sparred with GOP
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Petraeus Scandal Expands to Cabinet as Benghazi Ties Hinted
12 November 2012 | News | Jason Ditz
Petraeus Scandal Expands to Cabinet as Benghazi Ties Hinted | After resigning in disgrace, Petraeus ‘too busy’ to testify
18 Comments
CIA Denies Broadwell’s Claim That Agency Held Detainees in Libya
12 November 2012 | News | John Glaser
The CIA has denied a claim made by General Petraeus’s mistress that the spy agency held militants as detainees in Libya before the September 11 attack on the US Consulate in Benghazi. In public comments last month at the University of Denver, Petraeus girlfriend and biographer Paula Broadwell said the CIA had detainees at a [...]
6 Comments
European Union Plans Escalation Into Africa
09 November 2012 | News | Jason Ditz
European Union Plans Escalation Into Africa | New missions to hit Libya, Mali
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Highlights
Give Us Hagel for Christmas
We've been good, says Kelley Vlahos
Private Murders and Government Murders
Michael Tennant deplores both
Pyongyang Is Still Deterred
Relax, advises Ted Galen Carpenter
Breaking News
No Christmas in Rebel-Held Northern Syria
Prayers for peace, but conspicuous lack of celebration
Israel: 1,200 More Settlement Houses
Expansion continues despite international condemnations
US to Send Troops to 35 African Nations
Odierno plans for fast deployments anywhere in the world