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She is "a crazy little fish in finding Nemo …" Ken McCracken  In this recent dissent jabwork, this headline-grabber mentioned "eight anti-war/social justice activists here in the US" that were raided by the FBI. Yet she di

Letters to the Editor • Global
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Washington Post

After this country's then-military dictator deposed the Supreme Court chief justice in 2007, a boisterous movement of protesting lawyers took to the streets and ushered in the return of democracy. Now the court may bring about an end to elected gover

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AP

Heavy US reliance on private security in Afghanistan has helped to line the pockets of the Taliban because contractors often don't vet local recruits and wind up hiring warlords and thugs. Trucking contractors pay tens of millions of dollars a year t

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Reuters

Gunmen in Pakistan set fire to up to 40 supply trucks for NATO troops in two raids on Wednesday, police said, the latest in a series of assaults on the logistical backbone of the war in Afghanistan. The attacks were launched on the same day the Un

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Washington Post

Nearly a week after a US missile strike killed or wounded 6 Pakistani soldiers, the US apologized, acknowledging 2 of its Afghanistan-based assault helicopters had entered Pakistani airspace "several times" and mistakenly fired at a military post.

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AntiWar.com / Justin Raimondo

What we have is a bankrupt empire – and that’s the sort of empire that inevitably goes into decline. If we follow the advice of Kristol and his buddies, we’ll be in receivership in no time.

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AP

Suspected militants in southern Pakistan set ablaze more than two dozen tankers carrying fuel for foreign troops in Afghanistan on Friday, highlighting the vulnerability of the U.S.-led mission a day after Pakistan closed a major border crossing.

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AP

Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden sought to drum up support by taking advantage of Pakistan's flood tragedy with a new audiotape released Friday criticizing Muslim governments for their slow response and calling for the creation of a new relief body to

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Washington Post

US officials pointed to recent signs that Pakistan's powerful army and opposition parties are positioning themselves to install a new civilian government to replace President Zardari and his prime minister in the coming months. In a meeting with them

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NY Times

Deep inside the computer worm that some specialists suspect is aimed at slowing Iran’s race for a nuclear weapon lies what could be a fleeting reference to the Book of Esther, the Old Testament tale in which the Jews pre-empt a Persian plot to destro

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