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Updated July 5, 2015 - 1:32 PM EDT
Tentative Agreement on Iran Sanctions Relief
Egypt's ISIS Affiliate Fires Rockets Into Israel
 
  Israel Giving Egyptian Army Free Hand in Sinai, Official Says
  After Sinai Battle, Egypt and ISIS Spar Over Narrative
Al-Qaeda Blames ISIS Over Syria Mosque Bombing
 
  Turkish PM: No Immediate Plans to Invade Syria
US Officials Defend Spying on German Media
 
  CIA Outed Suspected German Leaker to Retaliate Against Journalists
30 Afghan Police Killed in Taliban Attacks
Obama Faces Showdown With Congress on Cuba Embassy
US Drones Strike al-Qaeda-Held Yemen Army Base
Viewpoints
Dignity: The Hidden Factor in the Iran Nuclear Talks  by Trita Parsi
FBI Is Zero for 40 at Predicting Attacks: Why Do Media Still Take Their Terror Warnings Seriously?  by Adam Johnson
US Pushes Russia Towards War  by Margaret Kimberley
Killing Civilians to Vanquish ISIS Will Only Make Besieged People Hate Us  by Trevor Timm

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Frontline
WikiLeaks Founder Assange Denied Asylum in France
Hillary Clinton to Jewish Donors: I'll Be Better for Israel Than Obama
El Salvador's 677 Murders in June Most Since Civil War
Israel Accuses Hamas of Aiding ISIS in Egypt
July 4 Celebrations Canceled at UK Bases Due to 'Threat Assessments'
 
Iraq/Syria/Turkey
Another Spate of Bombings Around Baghdad; 125 Killed Across Iraq
Iraq, Kurdistan Oil Deal Close to Collapse
Turkey Says It Will Reach Out to Kurds in Syria in Search for Cooperation
ISIS Destroys More Artifacts in Syria and Iraq
Iraqis Revive Traditional Music, Hoping to Defy Extremists and Drown Out War
Turkey Names Defense Minister Amid Rising Syria Border Tension
Middle East
Saudi-Led Air Strikes on Yemen Cities Kill 16: Houthis
Bahrain Tightens Security Amid ISIS Threats
A Week After Kuwait Bombing, Sunnis and Shi'ites Pray Together for Unity
Germany
Germany, Again, Calls on US to Answer Spying Accusations
Former Merkel Aide Defends Himself Over NSA Claims
An Attack on Press Freedom: SPIEGEL Targeted by US Intelligence
Europe
Ukraine Rebels Withdraw From Key Frontline Village
Greek Police Fire Stun Grenades in Athens Scuffles
Former UK Ministers Urge Obama to Free Shaker Aamer From GuantŠnamo Bay
How the CIA Ran a 'Billion Dollar Spy' in Moscow
Asia
Obama to Host Head of Vietnam Communist Party
China Angered by New US Military Strategy Report
Pakistan Says Ready to Launch Offensive Into Last Taliban Area
The War at Home
Long Wait to Come to America for Iraqis, Afghans Who Served US Troops
5 Sailors Found Guilty of Filming Women Officers Aboard Subs
Making the Government Impenetrable to Hackers Impossible, Experts Say
 
Iran
Kerry: Iran Negotiators Making Progress on Nuclear Deal
Iran to US: Nuclear Deal Could Result in Joint Cooperation
Hillary Clinton Says Hopes That Iran Talks Yield a Deal
Palestine/Israel
UN Human Rights Council Adopts UN Gaza Report
IDF Shuts Route on Egypt Border After ISIS-Linked Sinai Attack
Israeli Officer Kills Stone-Throwing Palestinian Youth in West Bank
Police Violently Arrest Palestinian Pretzel Vendor
Palestinian Authority Arrests 100 Hamas Men in West Bank
Gaza, a Year On: Families Still Living Among Rubble of 18,000 Homes Destroyed in 50-Day War
Tunisia
Tunisia Attack: Officials Were Warned of an Imminent Terrorist Attack – but Did Nothing
Mourners Honor Tunisia Terror Victims
Tunisian Militant Chief Probably Killed in US Air Strike Last Month in Libya
Africa
Two Suicide Bombings Kill 13 in Northeastern Nigeria
French President Talks Boko Haram in Cameroon
Car Bombs Explode in Libya's Derma, at Least Six Killed
UN Says Children Being Killed in Burundi's Violence
Mali: UN Condemns Attack Which Killed Six Peacekeepers
Cuba
More Tough Talks Ahead as US, Cuba Seek to Normalize Relations
Jetblue Launches New York-To-Havana Charter Flights
Cuba Confirms Defection of 2 Baseball Players During US Trip
Americas
Honduras Stages Biggest March Yet to Demand President Quit
Mexico Set to Free Founder of Michoacan Vigilante Movement
UN Offers Help on Guyana-Venezuela Territorial Dispute
Americans Still Dying
Fortunately, No American Troops Were Reported Killed This Week
 
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Columnists

Justin Raimondo
7/03/2015
Liberty, Sovereignty, and US Foreign Policy

Lucy Steigerwald
7/02/2015
On the US 'Sensitivity' to Civilian Deaths

Ivan Eland
7/01/2015
US Intervention Will Only Make Middle Eastern Turmoil Worse

Dan Sanchez
6/30/2015
Clean Break to Dirty Wars

Nebojsa Malic
3/05/2015
Not Quite Goodbye

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

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

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