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Raping the World
Justin Raimondo on sexual assault in the military
Benghazi: Who Cares?
It's really about derailing Hillary, says Ivan Eland
No Intervention in Syria
Sheldon Richman on why the US should stay out
 US: More Rebel Help Unless Syria Talks
But it's the rebels who have refused to negotiate
AP Snooping Part of Demand for Secrecy
Obama's witch hunt expands on journalists
US Denies Afghan Air Strike Deaths
Insists NATO not involved in already confirmed strikes
 Copperhead
Bill Kauffman on his new feature film
The Coming Iraqi Civil War
Patrick Cockburn says it's not over yet
How America Helped Kill 260,000 Somalis
Th. Mountain: US war made famine so much worse
Updated May 13, 2013 - 11:07 AM EDT
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May 12th, 2013
Tripoli Siege Ends, But Libya's Security Fears Grow
American Accused of Torturing, Disappearing Afghan Civilians
Turkish Protesters Blame Government Policy for Bombings
Pakistan's Sharif in Talks to Form Govt
Turkey Detains Nine Over Bombings - All Turkish
46 Killed in Saturday Car Bombings in Turkish Border Town
Turkish Officials Appeal for Calm in Wake of Twin Bombings
Political Clans, Celebrities Dominate Ballots in Philippines' Congressional, Local Polls
Syria's Christians Left in Limbo
US, Afghan Diplomats Work Toward Long-Term Agreement
US Accepts Durand Line as Formal Pak-Afghan Border: Burns
Turkish FM: World Must Act Against Syria
Pakistan's Sharif Will Seek End to US Drone War
Seven Killed, 68 Wounded in Pakistan Suicide Bombing
After Gadhafi's 'Socialism,' Libya Tries to Untangle Who Owns What
Four of Eight Turks Captured in Afghanistan Are Free: Turkish PM
US: Gulf Navy Drill Not Directed at Iran
Officials: Gunfire Attacks Kill 4, Wound 3 in Iraq
Boston Police, FBI Try to Smooth Over Public Rift
Afghans Say an American Tortured Civilians
'Kill the Syrians': Turkish Mobs Search Out Civil War Refugees After Devastating Car Bomb
Turkish Protesters Blame Govt. for Blasts
Malian Army Heads for Rebel-Held Northern Town of Kidal
Turkey Says World Must Act Against Syria After Bombings
Internet Copyright Laws? They Can Walk the Plank, Says Pirate Party Politician
Maoists Kill Three Policemen in Attack on India Broadcaster
Deal With Ex-Rebels Ends Crisis at Libya's Foreign Ministry
Musharraf's Party Wins Two Seats in Chitral
UN: Saleh Has Right to Run for Yemeni President
Separate Karachi if You Hate Our Mandate, Altaf to 'Establishment'
Iran Border Guards Kill 10 Afghan Migrants: Kabul
Seven Killed, 68 Injured in Quetta Suicide Bombing
EU Threatens Pullout of South Lebanon Troops
Ahmadinejad May Be Charged for Illegal Election Appearance
Libyan Security Fears Linger Despite End of Siege
Netanyahu Commissioned Airplane 'Rest Chamber' Costing $127,000
Netanyahu: We Mustn't Surrender Our Fate to Others
Israel Intentionally Downs Uav Due to Malfunction
Russia Eyes Stronger Naval Presence in Mediterranean
IRS Targeted Groups That Criticized the Government, IG Report Says
Holy Land Church Leaders Say Clergy Mistreated by Israelis
Leading Candidates in Iran's Presidential Race
Five Dumped Bodies Found Near Mosul; 13 Killed Across Iraq
Egypt Paper Mubarak Interview Fake: Lawyer
Looking for a Hero: Iran's Rafsanjani Builds Comeback Bid on Reformist Hopes
Israeli Interrogator Accused of Torture: Suspects Must Believe Anything Goes
Syrian Conflict Nears Turkey, Threatening to Spark Ethnic Upheaval
Imran Alleges Pakistan Vote Rigging
Pakistan Polls 'Relatively Fair': Report
Indian PM Congratulates Pakistan's Sharif
Five Killings at Camp Liberty in Iraq: Calculation or Despair?
Would-Be Suicide Bomber Killed in Yemen
Amid Kurdish-Arab Tussle, Iraq's Yezidis Struggle for Identity
As Count Continues, Sharif Nears Parliament Majority
Mali Refugees Adding to 800,000 People Needing Food Aid in Niger: UN
Egyptian Lawyer Denies That Mubarak Spoke to Paper
6 Mortar Shells Hit Neighborhood in Syrian Capital
Party's Withdrawal Threatens Moroccan Govt
State Radio: Zimbabwe Voter Campaigners Arrested
Sierra Leone: Opposition Politician Arrested
Rapes on Rise in Somaliland, Say Medical Officials
Afghanistan Says Iranian Guards Killed 10 Migrants
End of Siege Fails to Dispel Libyan Security Fears
Sharif Poised to Form Strong Government After Pakistan Poll
Bangladesh Arrests Top Islamist Leader on War Crimes Charges
Sudan Says South Sudan Helped Rebels Attacking Major Town
Turkey Says It Won't Be Drawn Into Syria Conflict
Pakistan Vote: Nawaz Sharif in Talks on New Government
Taiwan Ultimatum to Philippines Over Fisherman's Death
Four Turks Held Hostage in Afghanistan by Taliban Freed
UK Denies Pentagon Claim Britain in 'No Rush' to Free Guantánamo Inmate
Israel Grounds Drone Aircraft Fleet After Crash
Egyptian Lawyer Denies That Mubarak Spoke to Paper
Netanyahu Flies Into Turbulence Over $127,000 Bed on Plane
Bulgarians to Elect New Parliament Amid Scandals
Gates: No to Direct Military Involvement in Syria
Syria Denies Turkey Reyhanli Car Bombs Role
All Nine Detained Over Turkey Car Bombs Are Turkish - Deputy PM
BP Withdraws Staff From Libya Due to Security Concerns
Benghazi Police Bombed for Second Time in Three Days
UN Says 4 Peacekeepers Held by Syria Rebels Freed
May 11th, 2013
Journalist Assassinated in Southwestern Colombia
Tanker Bomber Attacks Officer's Home in Northern Iraq; 30 Killed Across Country
Ahmed Maher of Egypt Released After Questioning
May 10th, 2013
TSA Bomb-Sniffing Dog Bites Woman at Atlanta
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Highlights
Raping the World
Justin Raimondo on sexual assault in the military
Benghazi: Who Cares?
It's really about derailing Hillary, says Ivan Eland
No Intervention in Syria
Sheldon Richman on why the US should stay out
Breaking News
US: More Rebel Help Unless Syria Talks
But it's the rebels who have refused to negotiate
AP Snooping Part of Demand for Secrecy
Obama's witch hunt expands on journalists
US Denies Afghan Air Strike Deaths
Insists NATO not involved in already confirmed strikes