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October 31st, 2014

We Did Not Negotiate With Anyone, Says Boko Haram's Shekau In Nigeria, Fragile Hopes of Boko Haram Freeing Schoolgirls Are Dashed
Ukrainians in the Battered East Scramble in Darkness as Winter Nears Turkish Leader, Using Conflicts, Cements Power
Former US Envoy to Moscow Says Russians Are Still Spying on Him With Political Rift Still Deep, Russia-Ukraine Gas Deal Is Widely Seen as a Patch
The US Military's Long, Uncomfortable History With Prostitution Gets New Attention Suspected ETA Member Arrested in Germany
Hagel: New World Order Means Endless War Breakaway East Ukraine Prepares for First Elections
White House Insists Syria Policy 'Clear' and 'Working' Ukraine Militias Warn They'll Launch Coup in Six Months
Possible ISIS Leaflets Found Near Marine Corps Base Quantico US Military Sexual Assault Survey Draws Complaints
Report: Iranians Paying Afghans to Go Fight Against ISIS in Syria Inspector General: Army Refuses to Stop Giving Contracts to Taliban Backers
Yemen's Houthis Give Ultimatum to President Kurdish Peshmerga Forces Enter Syria's Kobani After Further Air Strikes
Amnesty: Libya Militias Committing War Crimes Americans in Bahrain Urged to Remain Vigilant After Threat on Jihadist Website
Afghan Leader Makes Rare Reference to Taliban Australian Commandos Unable to Enter Iraq Due to Lack of Visas
Head of Joint Chiefs Asks Muslim Man, 'Are You Taliban?' Pentagon Concerned About bin Laden Shooter Interview
Transparency for Thee, but Not for Me? North Korea Said to Impose Ebola Quarantine on All Travelers
Foreign Office Issues Worldwide Terrorism Warning for British Tourists US Chides Russia Over Military Flights in Europe
Japanese Jihadists Recruited to Fight With ISIS More Tribal Fighters Executed in Iraq; 115 Killed, 59 Wounded
Former Israeli Soldier Describes How IDF Troops Do Not View Palestinians as 'Human Beings' 180 Pakistanis Stranded in Libya Reach Home
Afghan Army Asked to Check 'Suspicious' Border Activity A Photographic Look Through the Gardens of War-Torn Afghanistan
West Bank Clashes After Israel Allows Restricted Access to Al Aqsa EU Acts on 'Excessive Russian Import Duties'
ISIS Fighter Testifies in Frankfurt: I Still Want to Die a Martyr Poroshenko's Bloc to Support Arseniy Yatsenyuk as PM
Army Chief Takes Over After Burkina Faso President Resigns 7 Military Men Injured in Egypt's Sinai Blast
Three 'TTP Militants' Killed in Karachi Police Encounter Opposition: Turkey Does Not Intend Its Troops to Fight ISIS in Syria
Tensions Aside, US DoD to Award Israeli Start-Up With $100k UN: ISIS Has 15,000 Fighters From 80 Countries; $45m in Funds
Tom Engelhardt Interview: the Shadow Surveillance State Is Really a Secret Religion Suu Kyi Presidency Moves a Step Closer to Reality in Myanmar
New Purge in Turkey? Government's Former Ally Branded a Security Threat Germany Ready to Train Iraq's Sunnis as Well as Kurds to Fight ISIS
Ukraine Soldiers to Government: We're Coming for You Next Syria's Alawites Pay Heavy Price as They Bury Sons
Dated US Army Manual Tells Women to 'Guard Against Rape' Kerry Phones Netanyahu to Apologize Over 'Chickenshit' Slur
Report: Kerry, Zarif to Hold Nuclear Talks in Oman UK Says Will Pay Off Part of World War One-Era Debt Next Year
Three Iraqis Arrested in Switzerland, Suspected of Planning Attack Ukraine Will Guarantee Transit of Russian Gas to Europe: PM
Too Much Focus on Kobani in Anti-ISIS Campaign: Erdogan US Says More Air Strikes Target ISIS Near Syria Border Town
Iraq's Top Shi'ite Calls on Baghdad to Help Sunni Tribes After Killings Spain Says Will Seek to Block Watered-Down Catalan Vote on Independence
Ukraine's Poroshenko Backs Yatseniuk for New Term as Prime Minister Gazprom to Resume Gas Supply Once Ukraine Pays $2.2 Billion
Car Bomb Kills at Least 10 at Bus Stop in Northeast Nigeria Libyan Army Says Recaptures Four Barracks in Benghazi
Turkey's Erdogan Says Kurdish Peace Process Will Continue Despite Unrest 'Afghan' in Syria: Iranians Pay US to Fight for Assad
Iran Hits Back After West Condemns Its Human Rights Record Houthi Rebels Give Yemen's President 10 Days to Form Government
Europe Won't Recognize Vote in Eastern Ukraine, Merkel Tells Putin Muslim Men Over 50 Pray at Jerusalem's Aqsa Mosque Amid Tight Security
US Blacklists Myanmar Official Ahead of Obama Visit Nigeria Bus Station Blast Kills 4, Injures 32 During Rush Hour
Myanmar Key Players in Rare Roundtable Talks 'Treated Like Cattle': Yazidi Women Sold, Raped, Enslaved by ISIS
Court Rules Police Can Force Users to Unlock Iphones With Fingerprints, but Not Passcodes The Day Israel Attacked America
Czech Soldiers to Stay in Afghanistan Congo Crowd Kills Man, Eats Him After Militant Massacres: Witnesses
Missing Students Force Mexico's Forgotten Crimes to Surface Taliban Free Russian Pilot After 18 Months in Captivity
CBS Reporter Releases Video of Apparent Computer Hack US Ambassador Says She's Self-Monitoring for Ebola
China Postpones Junket for GOP Dignitaries After Flap Former Navy SEAL Team Member Investigated for bin Laden Disclosures
Protest Is Muted as Egypt Levels Border Area in Sinai The Myth of the White Widow
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel: Get Used to Endless War Former CIA Analyst Ray Mcgovern Arrested While Trying to Attend David Petraeus Event in New York
Navy SEAL Who Wrote bin Laden Book Is Under Criminal Probe Report Issued on Israel's Use of Human Shields and Indiscriminate Targeting of Non-Combatants
Burkina Faso President Blaise Compaore Ousted, Army Says Nigeria Violence Pushes Refugees and Cholera Across Borders
NATO Says a Service Member Has Died in Eastern Afghanistan From Non-Combat-Related Injury Muslim Men Over 50 Pray at Jerusalem's Aqsa Mosque Amid Tight Security
Russia May Resume Gas Supply Next Week if Ukraine Pays $2.2 Billion: Gazprom Kurds' Battle for Kobani Unites a People Divided by Borders

October 30th, 2014

US Military to Train More Ebola Response Teams Mass Graves in Western Iraq Drive Casualty Figure Up to 470 Killed
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