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October 21st, 2016

46% of Palestinians Support Jordanian-Palestinian Confederation Based on Two States' Why Is Facebook Targeting Palestinian Accounts Again?

October 20th, 2016

US Soldier Among 126 Killed in Iraq Forces Operating in Iraq's Mosul Theatre
Iraq PM Upbeat as Fighting Intensifies Around Mosul Yemen Ceasefire Mostly Holds, but Five Killed in Strikes
US Reiterates 'Very Strong' Partnership With Turkey After Attack on Kurds Philippines President Announces Split With US
Russia Extends Aleppo Ceasefire, UN Mulls Evacuation Four Venezuela Regional Courts Voids Referendum Drive: Ruling Party
Syria Threatens to Shoot Down Any Turkish Airplanes Entering Their Airspace UN Chief Pushes for Rare General Assembly Session on Syria
Venezuela Electoral Council Suspends Recall Drive Against Maduro South Africa to Withdraw From War Crimes Court: Document
Saleh's Special Forces Commander Killed in Yemen Fight Between Goldman Sachs and Libyan Fund Shadows Lawyer
Pakistan Lodges Protest With India Over Killing of Civilian in Cross-Border Firing Philippine President Duterte Announces Separation From US
ACLU Takes on Fisa Court Over Secret Decisions on Surveillance Laws Philippine's Duterte States 'Separation' From US
Kuwait Dissolves Parliament Over 'Internal' Clashes Putin Backs Armed OSCE Mission in East Ukraine
Israel's Antiquities Chief Compares UNESCO to ISIS Mossad Man 'Met With Morsi on Eve of His Becoming Egypt President'
Abbas Calls for Fatah, PLO Elections Report: South Korea Mulls Leasing Israeli Spy Satellite
Russia's Lavrov, US's Kerry Discuss Syria by Phone Palestinian Throws Rocks at IDF Jeep, Killed
US, Egypt Warn Palestinians Not to Push Security Council on Settlements Before US Elections Arab Coalition Says Yemen Rebels Breach Truce
Why Military Voters Pick Gary Johnson Over Hillary Clinton Ivory Coast Police Break Up Demo Against Proposed Constitution
NATO Shadows Russian Naval Force, Fears More Aleppo Attacks Indonesia Police Say Investigating Suspected Pipe Bomb
Turkey Detains 40 Soldiers in Coup Probe: Media Hungarian Man Suspected of Budapest Blast Detained: Chief Prosecutor
Russia 'Regrets' US Plan for Quick Missile Deployment to South Korea Chinese Naval Ships Set for First Visit to Vietnam's Cam Ranh International Port
Suspected ISIS-Inspired Militant Stabs Three Indonesian Police South Sudanese Refugees in Congo Double in September: UNHCR
Hungarian Paper Published in Homeless Magazine in Defiance of Government After Shut Down Afghan Displaced Crisis May Be Larger Than Expected, UN Says
Pakistan to Block Indian Content on TV, Radio as Tension Simmers Kremlin Says Berlin Talks on Ukraine Crisis Were Positive
Civilians Injured in Saudi Arabia by Missiles Fired From Yemen: Saudi Civil Defense Germany Tries Teenage Girl Accused of Stabbing Policeman on ISIS Orders
Venezuela Opposition Ex-Governor Granted House Arrest After Year in Jail Ethiopia Arrests 1,645 'Ringleaders and Bandits' in Crackdown on Violence
US Government Sanctions Hezbollah Operatives, Fundraisers South African Police Disperse Student Protesters Outside Zuma's Office
US Partnership With Turkey in ISIS Fight 'Very Strong' Czechs Set Up Unit to Counter Perceived Propaganda Threat From Russia
Yemen Missile Launch, Saudi-Led Air Strike Strain Truce Russia Pauses Aleppo Bombing for Four Days, UN Wants More
Syrian Army Says Will 'Bring Down' Any Turkish War Planes in Its Air Space Libya Forces Free Five Foreign Captives From ISIS in Sirte, Official Says
US Urges Houthis to Keep Ceasefire, Discusses JASTA With Saudis Saudi Coalition Violated Law With Yemen Funeral Strike: UN Monitors
Israeli Troops Kill Palestinian Suspected of Throwing Rocks at Them: Army Police Explode Suspicious Object at London Station, Launch Terrorism Inquiry
NSA Contractor to Face Espionage Charges for Alleged Data Theft Police Exlpode Suspicious Object at London Station, Launch Terrorism Inquiry
Is CIA Censoring Jailed Contractor's Explosive Book to Protect Clinton? US Soldier Killed in Northern Iraq Roadside Bombing
Turkey Air Raid Kills 200 Kurdish Fighters in Syria London Underground Station Evacuated; Suspicious Device Detonated
Jailed Palestinians Alleging Torture Denied Doctor Visits Ukraine, Russia in Preliminary Agreement on Withdrawals
Michael Hayden: Hackers' DNC Breach 'Honorable Espionage,' but Email Leaks Crossed the Line Government Alleges Massive Theft by NSA Contractor
Iraq's US-Trained Counterterrorism Troops Join Attack on Mosul

October 19th, 2016

232 Killed in Iraq as Mosul Fighting Heats Up American Plane Passenger Removed Woman's Hijab and Shouted 'This Is America'
Cops Have a Database of 117 Million Faces. You're Probably in It The Feds Already Have Your Face in a Database
Groups Ask DoJ to Pause Facial Recognition Programs After Report Calls Usage 'Highly Problematic'

October 18th, 2016

Study: Face Recognition Systems Threaten the Privacy of Millions

August 4th, 2016

Microsoft Pitches Technology That Can Read Facial Expressions at Political Rallies
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