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Tuesday, 2 October 2012

Tuesday, October 2, 2012
BEIRUT, Oct 2 (Reuters) - Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is visiting the city of Aleppo to take a first-hand look at the fighting between government forces and rebels and has ordered 30,000 more troops into the battle, a Lebanese paper said on Tuesday.
Journalist Missing In Syria Shown Alive In New Footage (VIDEO)
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Georgian President Concedes Defeat
France Drops Alleged DSK Rape Case
Dozens Killed In Hong Kong Ferry Crash
Hillary Clinton: Saving More Lives Than Ever
We want our progress to be transparent and want our partners to ask us hard questions. They can expect that we will do the same.
Edward Falzon: Blasphemy Day -- Because We Can!
As long as we condemn a video before we condemn a violent reaction to it, we'll always be bestowing power upon those who wish to pass the kind of anti-blasphemy law being pitched at the UN.
Rep. Dennis Kucinich: Iraq: Ten Years, a Million Lives and Trillions of Dollars Later
The war in Afghanistan continues. New wars have been propagated in Pakistan, Yemen and Somalia pursuant to the never-ending "War on Terror." This mindset puts us at the edge of war against Iran.
Wendy Chamberlin: After Benghazi: Diplomacy With a State; War With Within
Ambassador Chris Stevens's death aroused public debate regarding acceptable safety standards and circumstances for American diplomats and whether we should even be in "those places." The answer from those of us who have served in the Foreign Service: "Yes!" We should be there. We must be there.
Michael Brenner: Iraq: The High Price of Amnesia
Sins of omission can be every bit as serious as sins of commission. The country's failure to have a reckoning with the tragedy of Iraq is the outstanding case in point.

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