Morning Brief, Wednesday, February 21
AFP/Getty Images Middle East The rape case that is rocking Iraq. Israeli forces killed a top commander in Islamic Jihad. Russia wants to talk about the situation in the Palestinian territories. The head of research at Israeli Military Intelligence says Hezbollah is militarily stronger now than before the summer war in Lebanon. Bush administration Dick ...
The rape case that is rocking Iraq.
The head of research at Israeli Military Intelligence says Hezbollah is militarily stronger now than before the summer war in Lebanon.
Dick Cheney used the phrase “return with honor” to describe the U.S. mission in Iraq.
The Bush administration won a rare court victory on Guantanamo.
Tony Blair announced a partial pullout of British forces from Iraq.
Genetically-modified foods divide Western and Eastern Europe.
Russia really, really, doesn’t like the Bush administration’s plan to build ballistic missile defenses in Eastern Europe.
They love the stock market in Hanoi.
India and Pakistan inked some sort of deal aimed at preventing a nuclear war, but we don’t know the details yet.
A showdown over mosques between religious groups and the government in Pakistan.
Is Japan no longer the sick man of Asia?
Meet the new Somalia, same as the old Somalia.
U.S. spending on health care is expected to double in the next decade.
No more protests allowed in Zimbabwe.
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