U.S. Strikes Miss Terror Suspects in Somalia

Judge Orders Paternity Test in Duke Case

The judge in the Duke University lacrosse case has ordered a paternity test to determine the father of a child born to the woman accusing three players of sexual assault. (AP)


Unwitting Party to Genocide

By Stephen Rademaker

The International Criminal Court is complicating efforts to save Darfur. (Washington Post)

Defiance and Delusion

George Bush's announcement last night that he is going to pour more troops into Iraq was the last throw of the dice in a misconceived enterprise that has dragged his country, this country and the Middle East into a nightmare. (The Guardian)

Victory in Iraq By Manual, The David Petraeus Way

By David Ignatius

What makes sense in Iraq? The political debate is becoming sharply polarized again, as US President George W. Bush campaigns for a new "surge" strategy. But some useful military guideposts can be found in a new field manual of counterinsurgency warfare prepared by the general who is about to take command of US forces in Baghdad. (The Daily Star)

The Long March to the Rule of Law

A stubborn group of fish farmers in eastern China's Zhejiang province has struck a blow for both the environment and rule of law in the country, leaving analysts to speculate on the promising long-term implications of their case. (Asia Times)

Russia, U.K.: Another High-Profile Exile Dies

One of the founding fathers of the beleaguered Yukos oil company, Yuri Golubev, was found dead in his London apartment Jan. 7, The Moscow Times reported Jan. 11. Though cause of death has not been determined, Golubev's associates do not believe his passing was suspicious. (Stratfor)

The Insider Daily Investigative Report (DIR) is a summary of major news articles and broadcasts relating to investigative news, including international terrorism and developments in Iraq. The DIR is edited daily from foreign and U.S. sources by Chris Isham, Hoda Osman and Elizabeth Sprague of the ABC News Investigative Unit. The views expressed here do not necessarily reflect those of ABCNEWS.

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