Officials: Terror Plotters Planned to Bomb NYC's Holland Tunnel

The Food and Drug Administration has approved the first 3-in-1 antiretroviral pill for use by the American-sponsored plan for AIDS treatment, something that the White House's acting global AIDS coordinator said yesterday should greatly improve treatment for AIDS patients in poor countries. (New York Times)


War Crimes Prosecutor Urges Arrest of Uganda's Rebel Leaders

Ugandan rebels may be using peace talks as a guise to secretly reorganize and rearm, the chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court said yesterday, urging the arrest of their leaders. But the prosecutor, Luis Moreno-Ocampo , stopped short of challenging Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni to break off peace efforts with the rebels or to retract his offer of amnesty if the talks succeed. (AP)


Brazil Police 'Bust Cocaine Gang'

Brazilian police have broken up an international drug ring and arrested a man thought to be the country's top cocaine trafficker, officials say. (BBC)


Afghanistan: A War Democrats Can Win

By James P. Rubin

In 2003, the Bush administration left the war in Afghanistan unfinished and moved on to overthrow Saddam Hussein. This grand diversion of military, intelligence and diplomatic resources not only jeopardized success in Afghanistan but also initiated the collapse of international support and respect for the United States. (New York Times)

An Old Approach Could Contain New Korea Threat

North Korea's in-your-face missile tests on the Fourth of July - it's useful to step back and get a broader perspective in the hopes of figuring out the most productive response. (USA Today)

Inside the US Resistance

By Syed Saleem Shahzad

Osama Bin Laden is ill and invisible, but five years after September 11, 2001, his al-Qaeda movement has become the fulcrum of a global, Islamic resistance against the United States. (Asia Times)

Caught in Terror Net: An Algerian's Story

By Craig S. Smith and Souad Mekhennet

Two years ago, a motley collection of prisoners spent night after night repeating their telephone numbers to one another from within the dark and dirty cells where they were being held in Afghanistan. (New York Times)

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