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Updated September 20, 2013 - 11:18 PM EDT
Syria Ready for a Ceasefire With Rebels
  Syria Reveals Uneasy Relationship Between Obama, Military Leaders
  NATO Chief: Option of Attacking Syria Must Stay Open
  Putin Sees Hope in Syria Deal; Kerry Says It's Vital UN Acts
Rebel-on-Rebel Violence Seizes Syria
  US-Backed Syrian Rebels Being Shoved Aside by Radical Islamists
  Turkey Shuts Syria Crossing After Qaeda Group Storms Border Town
Obama Lashes 'Insufficient' Iranian Peace Offers
  Iran's Rouhani: People Should Be 'Completely Free'
Afghan Governor Defects to Taliban
  Reports: Taliban Kill, Capture Dozens of Afghan Police
  NATO Confirms Investigation Into Afghan Drone Strike Civilian Toll
  Details Slowing US Drawdown of Afghanistan Gear
US Wars in Afghanistan, Iraq to Cost $6 Trillion
US Plans Nuke Missile Tests During Disarmament Conference
Egypt Junta Forces Storm Pro-Morsi Town Near Cairo
Is the Sun Peeking Through the War Clouds?  by Patrick J. Buchanan
In Dueling Op-Eds, Putin Calls for Calm as McCain Calls Putin Names  by Kenneth Rapoza
UN Syria Report Provides Information, Not 'Intelligence'  by Jim Naureckas
Why Iran Seeks Constructive Engagement  by President Hassan Rouhani
The War on Whistleblowers and Journalism  by Glenn Greenwald
Executive Branch 'Dictatorship'  Matt Welch interviews Jeremy Scahill

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DoJ Spox to USA Today: 'I Will Save What I Have for Another Outlet'
Truthfully, John McCain in Wrong Pravda
McCain in Pravda: I'm More Pro-Russian Than Putin
Facebook's Zuckerberg Says US Spying Hurt Users' Trust
Cable News Is a Lot More Hawkish Than the Public on Syria
Plenty of Money for Weapons in Syria, Little for Refugees
Russia Says No Plans Yet to Destroy Syrian Chemical Arms on Own Soil
Two More Arrested in UK Over Syria Terror Links
Merkel: German Chemicals Not Used for Syrian Weapons
Syria Drug Shortages Threaten Health Catastrophe
Syria War, Refugees to Cost Lebanon $7.5 Billion: World Bank
Russian Official: Syria Deal Positive for Lebanon
Iran's Top Leader Opens Way for Rohani Outreach
Iran's Sole Jewish Lawmaker Will Accompany New President on Trip to United Nations
Sen. Lindsey Graham to Seek Authorization for Attack on Iran
Through Diplomacy, Obama Finds a Pen Pal in Iran
Iran's Foreign Minister Discusses Country's Nuclear Issues With UN Secretary-General
Syria Chemical Weapons Plan Renews Talk of Whether Israel Also Has Them
Palestinians Say Israel Acts Risk Scuppering Peace Talks
Dumped Bodies in Baghdad, 29 Killed Across Iraq
Children Find 10 Handcuffed, Blindfolded Corpses in Baghdad
Door to US May Be Closing for Iraqis Who Helped US Military
EU Police Officer Shot Dead in Kosovo, Testing Fragile Accord
Putin May Stand for Fourth Term as President of Russia
Colombian Government, Rebels Trade Barbs as Talks Recess
Amnesty International Urges Government to Halt Paramilitaries in Northwest Colombia
Venezuela Says US Bans Maduro From Flying Over Puerto Rico
Brazilian Hackers Confuse NASA With NSA in Revenge Attack
Pakistani Taliban Denies Contact With Former MP
To Deal With Worsening Drought, Pakistan Turns to Olives
Philippine Troops Kill Eight Muslim Rebels in City Battles
More Than 100,000 Displaced by Fighting in Southern Philippines
Fear Stalks Displaced Muslims After Communal Killing in N. India
Afghans Flock to Colleges, Even as Taliban Loom
Two Killed in Bangladesh Clashes Amid Strike
Tunisia Says CIA Warned Authorities of Planned Attack Against Assassinated Lawmaker
Tunisia's Ruling Islamists Agree to Transition Negotiations
Saif Al-Islam Gadhafi Transfer for Tripoli Hearing Blocked
Scores Dead in Nigeria After Boko Haram 'Ambush' in Borno
Nigeria's Stolen Oil Is Sold and Laundered Abroad: Report
US Reviewing Visa for Sudan's Bashir
Sudanese Police Fire Teargas to Disperse Protest in Darfur
Zimbabwe Opposition Says Lifting Sanctions Will Expose Mugabe
French President Hollande Says War on Terror Won in Mali
Congo Rules Out Amnesty for Top M23 Rebels
Guantanamo Computer Problems Worsening, Defense Lawyer Tells Judge
An Artist at Guantanamo Bay
The War at Home
Elite US Army Units to Stop Taking Anti-Malarial Drug
Calls Grow for City University of New York to Drop David Petraeus Following Police Attack on Protest
Ohio State Univ. Gets Armored Military Vehicle, Repeatedly Dodges Questions About It
Airmen From Vietnam War Identified
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