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December 18th, 2014

German Authorities Arrest Three Turks Accused of Espionage Pakistan Army Chief Signs Death Warrants of Six 'Hardcore Terrorists'
Iran Nuclear Talks 'Very Close' to Resolution, Says Putin EU Approves New Crimea Sanctions
US Blames North Korea for Hacking Sony Pictures The Saga of the Torture Report CIA Still Has Under Wraps
Amid Iraq War, Basra Autonomy Bid Gaining Greater Support Salafist Group Claims Responsibility for Bombing French Center in Gaza
Former Israeli PM Olmert: Sheldon Adelson Told President Bush I Was a Traitor Glenn Greenwald Blasts Dick Cheney and President Obama on Torture
Iran Unveils a Memorial Honoring Jewish Heroes Cops Scan Social Media to Help Assess Your 'Threat Rating'
Israel Won't Accept 'Unilateral' Palestine Bid: Netanyahu Gazans Rally for Ex-Strongman as West Bank Trial Opens
Australian Police Raid Properties, Not Related to Siege: Authorities Russia Says EU Sanctions on Crimea Unacceptable
Armed Groups Recruit 10,000 Child Soldiers in Central African Republic: NGO Yemeni Women Fear Houthis Are Restricting Freedoms
Yemeni PM Bahah's Cabinet Wins Parliamentary Approval: Sources Suicide Bombers Kill at Least Seven in Yemen Port: Sources
Iraq Wins One-Year Reprieve on Gulf War Reparations Due to Crisis 'Team America' Screenings Also Pulled From Theaters
Some Pakistan Militants Denounce School Attack, Amid National Outrage Thailand Welcomes China's Li as US Ties Cool Over Coup
Cubans Imagine New, More Prosperous Life Without an Old Foe Central African Republic Fighting Kills at Least 28
Torture Program Linked to Discredited, Illegal CIA Techniques Egypt Court Jails Dozens of Islamists Over Violence
Turkey Remains Leery About Presence of Kurdish Refugees From Kobani UN General Assembly Seeks North Korea ICC Charges
Mumbai Attacks 'Mastermind' Lakhvi Bailed in Pakistan US Backed Talks Between Jihadi Clerics and ISIS in Effort to Save Hostage's Life
Poll: Most Israelis Don't Want Netanyahu to Remain Prime Minister Ex-Envoy Michael Oren May Join Kahlon's Knesset List
Afghanistan: Suicide Bomber Kills Policeman Boston Marathon Bombing Suspect Tsarnaev Appears in Court
Rand Paul Breaks With Other 2016 Candidates on Cuba Tsarnaev Lawyer Says He Plans to Seek Trial Delay
The Latest Twist in the Bizarre Prosecution of Barrett Brown Russia Signs Deals With China to Help Weather Sanctions
How the CIA Covered Up Its Lie on Torture and bin Laden West's Sanctions on Russia Bite, but Backlash Could Hurt
Latin American Leaders Hail Renewed Us-Cuban Diplomatic Relations US Spy Freed by Cuba Was Longtime Asset
World Leaders Hail US-Cuba Announcement on Restoring Ties The Ill-Fated Schemes to Upend Castro
Cubans' Hopes High for a Better Future The American Spy Traded in the US-Cuba Diplomatic Breakthrough
Major League Baseball Eyes US-Cuba Opening Bin Laden Expert Accused of Shaping CIA Deception on 'Torture' Program
US Was at Odds With World Over Cuba Policy Jimmy Carter Calls US-Cuba Diplomacy 'Courageous'
Easing Rules With Cuba May Produce Bonanza for US Business North Sea Oil Industry 'Close to Collapse'
Congress Again Buys Abrams Tanks the Army Doesn't Want UN Seeks $8.4 Billion to Help Syria Refugees
Iraq PM Drops Lawsuits Against Journalists

December 17th, 2014

Billion Dollar Surveillance Blimp to Launch Over Maryland The Cuba Sanctions: Farewell to a Cold War Relic
Floating Arsenals: the Boats Full of Guns for Hire Against Pirates The US Not Cuba Comes in From the Cold
Afghan Soldier Who Fled US Training Sent to Canada Operation to Free Yazidi Town Begins; 131 Killed Across Iraq
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