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Karen Kwiatkowski

In Minnesota a few weeks ago, I observed a mini-Winter Soldier event. A panel of five members of Iraq Veterans Against the War talked about their experiences in Iraq to a small audience of other veterans, peace activists, anarchists and collectivists

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Politico

Citing "brutal crimes," President Bush authorized the execution of an Army private convicted of a spree of rapes and murders in North Carolina in the 1980s. It was the first time a commander in chief has affirmed a military death sentence s

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USA Today

The area is a key shipping route for cargo transported to and from the U.S. and elsewhere. In response to pirate attacks, the U.S. has stepped up its patrols to deter them and sometimes intervened to rescue hostages and ships.

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New York Times

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization is determined to revamp its image, establishing a media operations center for Afghanistan and hiring an executive from Coca-Cola to manage the way the alliance is seen around the world. (Selling War like Soda?)

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AP

The American colonel told his South Korean counterpart it "would be permitted" to machine-gun 3,500 political prisoners, to keep them from joining approaching enemy forces. A secretive slaughter believed to have killed 100,000 or more

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UPI.com

The U.S. military is looking for a contractor to patrol cyberspace, watching for signs of forthcoming terrorist attacks or other hostile activity on the web.

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Wired Blog

The latest Pentagon budget request contains a near record high level of money for classified, or "black" programs, reports the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments. Fiscal year 2009 includes a whooping $34 billion to fund

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www.breitbart.com

Last month, Chiroux rejected an order calling him back to active duty in Iraq, saying he considers the war "illegal and unconstitutional." Chiroux served five years in the army, with tours in Afghanistan, Japan, Germany and the Philippines.

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AP

The lawyer for Omar Khadr, Lt. Cmdr. Kuebler, said the instructions were included in an operations manual shown to him by prosecutors and suggest the US deliberately thwarted evidence that could help terror suspects defend themselves at trial.

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