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January 30th, 2015

ISIS Targets Kurdish Forces; 197 Killed Across Iraq Kurd Allies Fighting ISIS in North Iraq Hampered by Rivalries
Belgium: 4 Suspects Detained in Antiterrorism Sweep NATO Plans to Open Georgia Training Center by Year's End
Thai Junta Tries to Curb Dissent and Keep Good Terms With US CIA, Mossad Killed Senior Hezbollah Figure in Car Bombing
US Denies Israeli Claims About Iran Nuclear Negotiations Yemeni Al-Qaeda Gains Support From Local Tribes
Jordan Threatens Mass Executions of ISIS Prisoners Hagel: US Ground Troops Could Be Needed in Iraq
ISIS Pounds Iraqi Kurdish Sites, Kills Top Kurdish General Israel Announces Plans for Another 450 Settlement Units
Ukraine Peace Talks Aborted as 12 Civilians Killed in Donetsk Shelling Yemen Shi'ite Militia Holds Widely Boycotted Meeting on Crisis
Shi'ite Rebels Confront National Protests in Leaderless Yemen Deadline Nears for 'Stateless' in Dominican Republic
Venezuela Authorizes Use of Deadly Force at Demos Central African Militias Appeal for Ceasefire Recognition
Three Chad Soldiers, 123 Boko Haram Militants Killed in Cameroon Kurdish PM Says US-Led Coalition Against Islamic State Faces Long War
Russia Says Nuclear Arms to Keep Military Edge Over NATO, US US Drone Strategy in Trouble as Yemeni al-Qaeda Gathers Support
New Greek Nationalist Defense Minister Prompts Turkey to Scramble Jets NATO Hopes to Open Training Center in Georgia by End of 2015
NATO Set to Create New Joint Units in Eastern Europe Russian Activist Charged With Treason After Phoning Ukrainian Embassy
Air Strikes Alone Not Enough to Defeat ISIS: NATO Chief Egypt's Sisi Cuts Short Visit Over Sinai Attacks
Canada's New Anti-Terror Legislation Prompts Civil Liberties Fears New NYPD Unit Armed With 'Machine Guns' Criticized by Reform Advocates
Ukraine Peace Talks Aborted as Civilians Die in East Next Round of Syria Talks in Moscow in a Month: Delegate
Denmark: Fishing Boat Catches WW2 Mustard Gas Bomb Ukraine Battle Rages for Key Town of Debaltseve
Robert Mugabe Takes Over as African Union Chairman Boko Haram Crisis: African Union Backs Regional Force of 7,500 Troops
'The Government Invites You to Be Wary of Those Who Do Not Eat Baguettes' Ukraine Conflict: Putin Ally to Build Bridge to Crimea
ISIS Sympathizer's Road to Jihad From Canada to Syria to Iraq Tracked One Tweet at a Time ISIS Attacks Kurdish Outposts Across Iraq
Iraq's Kirkuk Has Curfew Imposed Amid Fierce Fighting Tamil Sripavan Appointed Sri Lanka's Top Judge
US Rejects Cuba Demand to Hand Back Guantanamo Bay Base Iraqi Tribal Leader, in Washington Visit, Sought Help for His Fighters
Taliban Says It Carried Out Deadly Attack in Kabul Israeli Ambassador: It's Boehner's Fault
Jordan 'Could Fast-Track Execution' of ISIS Prisoners if Hostage Fighter Pilot Muath Al-Kasaesbeh Is Killed Putin Opponent Reveals Russian President's Daughter's Secret Identity
Two US Citizens Shot at in Saudi Arabia, One Wounded: Police Artillery Fire Kills at Least 12 Civilians in Donetsk
US Official: Israeli Claim That Obama Agreed to Most of Iran's Nuclear Demands 'Complete Nonsense' Lebanon to Complain to UN Over Israeli Border Shelling
Nasrallah: Hezbollah Doesn't Want War With Israel - but Isn't Afraid of One Canada PM Harper Calls for Expanded Terror Laws
Syria 'Adultress' Survives Jihadist Stoning: Monitor CIA Interrogated Suspects on Diego Garcia, Says Colin Powell Aide
Bombing Kills 56 at Pakistani Shi'ite Mosque US Says Israeli Settlement Unit Tenders Will 'Inflame Tensions'
Chad Air Force Bombs Boko Haram Out of Nigerian Border Town Netanyahu Is Talking to Leading Democrats to Little Effect So Far
Israel Announces Plans to Build 450 New Settler Homes NYPD Unveils Plans for New High-Tech Anti-Terror Police Unit
Battle With ISIS Kills Senior Kurdish General, 8 of His Troops Inside the FBI's Entrapment of Domestic Terrorists
Pakistan: Death Toll in Bombing at Shiite Mosque Rises to 49 A Year After Reform Push, NSA Still Collects Bulk Domestic Data, Still Lacks Way to Assess Value
Professor Fired for Criticizing Israel Files Lawsuit Against University of Illinois Srebrenica Massacre Verdicts Upheld at War Crimes Tribunal
South Africa Grants Parole to Apartheid Death Squad Leader

January 29th, 2015

Blasts Target Baghdad Suburbs; 183 Killed Across Iraq US Moves to Classify Afghan Military Oversight

January 28th, 2015

Pentagon Tells Congress to Stop Buying Equipment It Doesn't Need
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