Tim McGirk

Correspondent, Time magazine

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Correspondent, and former Jerusalem Bureau chief, for Time magazine

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The massive NATO and Afghan offensive appears to have driven the Taliban out of the city of Marjah, at least for the moment.

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The massive NATO and Afghan offensive appears to have driven the Taliban out of the city of Marjah, at least for the moment.

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The massive NATO and Afghan offensive appears to have driven the Taliban out of the city of Marjah, at least for the moment.

In South Asia: War and Diplomacy

The massive NATO and Afghan offensive appears to have driven the Taliban out of the city of Marjah, at least for the moment.

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Israel's defense minister Ehud Barak says Prime Minister Ehud Olmert should remove himself from office, pending the outcome of a high-profile corruption case.

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