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Opportunities for Trans-Atlantic Cooperation in the Caspian Region by Richard Morningstar, who is the former US Ambassador to the European Union and US Special Representative for the Caspian Region: Spiegel International

• "German Chancellor Favors Creation of European Army:" DW World

• EU appeals for international help to finance Darfur peacekeeping: "The EU has provided most of the financing for the African Union force of around 7,000 in Darfur — €400 million (US$523 million) since 2004, but the bloc's special peace support fund for Africa has run dry." International Herald Tribune

• "President Hamid Karzai of Afghanistan has said he is open to holding talks with moderate Taliban in order to secure peace in his country." Spiegel International

• "Germany rethinks its Afghan presence: A spate of attacks against German citizens has made the public wary of supporting their longtime ally." Christian Science Monitor

• "Liberalism a luxury in this time of war: Civil libertarians aid terrorists when they cling to the good old days of peace without threat," writes Janet Albrechtsen in The Australian

• "Terrorized by 'War on Terror': How a Three-Word Mantra Has Undermined America " by Zbigniew Brzezinski in the Washington Post.

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Don S on :

You missed a big one, Joerg - The 15 British sailors have decided to defect and are converting to Islam:

Don S on :

And then there is this: George Bush is a medieval relic, as all right-minded people know. This confirms it.

William on :

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