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Updated January 25, 2015 - 10:48 AM EST
US Won't Admit to Killing a Any Civilians in ISIS War
 
  Kurdish Forces Fire Into ISIS-Controlled Mosul
  Syrian Troops Claim To Kill 117 Rebels in Southern Region
  Japan Still Working to Free Hostages After Unverified Video
White House Says Yemen Drone Strikes Continue
 
  Thousands of Yemenis Stage Biggest Anti-Houthi Protest in Sanaa
  Separatists Seize Police Checkpoints in South Yemen City
30 Killed in Rocket Attack on Ukraine Port City
General's Treason Comment Sparks Concerns Over Speech
Viewpoints
Sterling Prosecution Long on Rhetoric, Short on Evidence  by John Hanrahan
'Operation Merlin': Another Self-Serving CIA Project  by Gareth Porter
Congress Seeks Netanyahu's Direction  by Robert Parry
The Eternal Recurrence of Interventionism  by Shane Smith
Bad, Bad Barrett Brown  by Gabriella Coleman
The CIA's Most Important Overseer Is Abetting Its Torture Coverup  by Conor Friedersdorf

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Frontline
Spain to Negotiate Turning Morón Into US Base for Anti-Jihadist Operations
Senior UK Politicians Call for Chilcot to Release Iraq Documents 'Immediately'
Is the Cellphone in Your Pocket Public or Private?
Barrett Brown's Prison Time Raises Cybersecurity, Journalism Concerns
 
Iraq/Syria
Bombers Return to Baghdad; 134 Killed Across Iraq
US, Allies Conduct Air Strikes in Syria and Iraq
Hostage Video: Was It Really Done Outside?
New US Military Camp Opened Near Erbil to Train the Peshmerga
Syria Opposition, Meeting in Cairo, Demands 'Radical Change'
German Companies Suspected of Aiding Syrian Chemical Weapons Program
Global ISIS Reaction
Japan Investigating Reports of Hostage Killed by ISIS
Who Is Sajida Al-Rishawi, the Woman ISIS Wants in Exchange for Japanese Hostage Kenji Goto?
ISIS' Japanese Hostages Receive Mixed Sympathy at Home
French Father Charged With Inciting His Children to Jihad
A Promising Life in France Given Up for Jihad
Australian Women Joining ISIS Foreign Fighters: Minister
Belgium Confronts the Jihadist Danger Within
Spanish Police Arrest 4 Suspected Members of a Jihadi Cell
Lebanon
'Hezbollah Promised Not to Avenge Israeli Attack From Lebanese Soil'
Lebanese Army Says Three More Soldiers Killed in Friday's Attack
Miss Lebanon Will Not Be Stripped of Title for Miss Israel Selfie
Palestine/Israel
UN Accuses Israel of Razing Homes of 77 Palestinians
Former Israeli Ambassador Michael Oren Says Netanyahu Should Cancel Speech to Congress
Thousands of Palestinians Protest Charlie Hebdo Mohammad Cartoon
Ya'alon Warns Lebanon, Syria Not to Allow Attacks on Israel
Druze Attacked by Gang of Jews in Jerusalem After Speaking Arabic
Saudi Arabia
The King Is Dead, Long Live His Geriatric Brother
Little Hope of Change to Poor Saudi Rights Record
Iran FM in Rare Saudi Visit After King's Death
Turkey
Turkey, Israel Ties Further Weakened Over Paris Attacks
Kurds Urge Respect for Muslim Prophet in Turkey Rally
Syrian Refugee Boy in Istanbul Beaten for Eating Burger King Leftovers
Middle East
Iran Lawmakers Drafting Law on Nuclear Enrichment Hike
Yemen Tribes in a Bid to Free Officials Sieged by Huthis
Weekend Reviews
How the Pentagon Really Gets Funded
American Sniper
War Revisionism, Fascism, and the CIA
I Am Not Corn: Guantánamo Diary Reveals 14-Year-Long Vision of Hell
 
The War at Home
Teenage Jihad Suspect Sentenced to 4 Years
American Sniper: Anti-Muslim Threats Skyrocket in Wake of Film's Release
Canadian Due in US Court Over Iraq Killings of 5 US Soldiers
Kerry: Don't Blame Muslims for Violent Extremism
2 Marines Die When Military Helicopter Crashes in California
Two Flights Headed for Atlanta Airport Land Safely After Bomb Threats
Nigeria
Boko Haram Fighters Kill 15 Villagers in Nigeria's Northeast
Rifts Between US and Nigeria Impeding Fight Against Boko Haram
Opposition Rally Venue Attacked in Southern Nigeria: Police
Boko Haram Releases About 190 People in Nigeria's Yobe State
Egypt
Protester Killed in Egypt on Eve of Anniversary of 2011 Uprising
Egypt Court Orders Retrial for 37 Brotherhood Members
Africa
UN: Darfur Offers Islamists 'Fertile Ground' as Violence Persists

DR Congo Senate Amends Census Law to Allow 2016 Election

Malawi Muslims Split Over Proposed Holiday
Rwandan Policemen Jailed for Murdering Transparency Activist
Americas
Blast Claims 2 Lives of Afghan Police in Jalalabad, Security Forces Kill 18 Militants
Explosion Shakes Afghan Capital, Police Say Two Wounded
Pakistan
Two Killed in Khyber Agency Blast
Gas Pipeline Blown Up in Balochistan's Jaffarabad District
Philippines
5 NPA Rebels Killed in Philippines
Abu Sayyaf Tagged Behind Bombing Attack in Zamboanga
Asia
US Gives Uzbekistan Military Equipment Boost
Thirty-Four Die in Bangladesh Vote Protest Violence
Charlie Hebdo Protests Erupt Across Southern Asia
2 Killed in India Court Blast, 2 Prisoners Flee
Hong Kong Occupy Protest Leaders Arrested
Sri Lanka Scraps Military Training for Teachers, Students
Europe
Senior British Army Roles Likely to Be Cut
Kosovo Police Fire Teargas in Anti-Government Protest
Mexico
2 Mexican Soldiers Die in Ambush
Students Who Survived Mexico's Night of Bloody Horror Accuse Army and Police
Americas
Venezuela Opposition March Ends After Police Scuffles
As Normalization Talks Begin, Cubans Begin Anticipating Changes to Come
Americans Still Dying
Fortunately, No US Troops Were Reported Killed Last Week
 
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Columnists

Justin Raimondo
1/23/2015
The Great Iran Debate

Lucy Steigerwald
1/22/2015
The Unquestioned, Ignored, Heroic Military

Ivan Eland
1/20/2015
Saturation Media Coverage of the Paris Terrorist Attacks Is Unhelpful

Nebojsa Malic
1/17/2015
Terror in Europe

David R. Henderson
12/16/2014
Questioning the Powerful

Ran HaCohen
8/02/2014
Yet Another War of Deceit

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