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WAR: About that War

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Reuters

Washington and Baghdad have reached a final agreement after months of negotiation on a landmark pact to allow US troops to stay in Iraq until the end of 2011. US troops could be tried in Iraqi court for crimes committed while deployed in Iraq

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Rawstory.com

MOSCOW (AFP) — Russia test-fired three long-range missiles on Sunday and pronounced its nuclear deterrent strong in a show of force that experts said had not been seen since the days of the Cold War.

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english.aljazeera.net

There was no immediate confirmation from a European Union mission monitoring the pullback from the two zones, which are on Georgian territory adjoining the breakaway, pro-Russian areas of South Ossetia and Abkhazia.

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BrasscheckTV

What happens when the leaders of two nations lead their countries into war, serving up their soldiers for conquest and empire? What happens when they deliver word for word the same speech giving the same reasons for going to war? Wow!

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The Canadian Press

OTTAWA — Stephen Harper admitted Thursday that the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq was a mistake - one that Canadian troops would have been plunged into had he been prime minister in 2003.

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Washington Post

Nerves on Edge Among Sunni 'Sons of Iraq' as They Report to Shiite-Led Government. The Iraqi government assumed control of the U.S.-backed armed groups that have helped curtail violence here, in a high-stakes test for the American strategy to

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KPFA Radio

From March 14th to 16th 2008, Pacifica Radio provided coverage of the historic Winter Soldier 2008 gathering in Washington,DC. The three day live broadcast was co-hosted by Aaron Glantz and former Army medic and KPFA Morning Show host Aimee Allison.

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Military Times

Pakistani military forces flew repeated helicopter missions in Afghanistan to resupply the Taliban during a fierce battle in June 2007, according to a Marine lieutenant colonel, who says his information is based on multiple US and Afghan intelligence

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NY Times

Iraqis protested the deaths of at least seven people during an American raid and airstrike on Friday in the northern town where Saddam Hussein was captured in 2003. Americans say the raid succeeded in killing its target, a senior operative of Al Qaed

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