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Google Cookies Used to Pinpoint Hacking Targets
  New Documents: NSA Infers Relationships Based on Mobile Data
  Study: NSA Can Legally Access Majority of American Phone Data
  Canada Spies Abroad on Behalf of US: Report
US Halts Aid Into N. Syria, Citing Islamist Gains
  Syrian Activists, Including Key Lawyer, Kidnapped by Islamists
Karzai Slams US Threats: 'Stop Killing Civilians'
  Pakistani Parliament Unanimously Condemns US Drone Strikes
Senators Push Iran Sanctions, But Delay Likely
  Washington Post 'Fact Checker' Fails on Iran Nuclear Fatwa
  Poll Finds Public Doesn't Like Iran Deal if They Don't Know What's in It
US Lied About Bio/Chem Arms Use in Korea War?
  New Details of CIA Sabotage Operations During the Cold War
Military Budget Deal Erases $22 Billion in Cuts
Israelis, Palestinians Agree: Peace Talks Going Nowhere
Over 500 Confirmed Dead in Central African Republic Violence
Obama, Cuban President Shake Hands at Mandela Memorial
China's Monroe Doctrine – or Escalation in Asia?  by John Glaser
What's Wrong With the NSA Tracking Cell-Phone Locations?  by Amy Davidson
How President Obama Misled Chris Matthews About NSA Surveillance  by Conor Friedersdorf
In the Shadow of War  by Beverly Gologorsky & Tom Engelhardt
Why Israeli-Palestinian Talks Will Fail, Again  by Mitchell Plitnick
The Great Convergence of American Foreign Policy Beliefs  by Daniel W. Drezner

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On Iran Deal, US Lawmakers on Both Sides Slam Administration, Hint at More Sanctions
Iran Sees Progress in Talks With Powers on Nuclear Deal Implementation
Kirk and Menendez Have a Finished Sanctions Amendment Ready to Go Unless Reid Kills It
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Top Senator Says New Iran Sanctions Will Have to Wait
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Kerry Asks Skeptical US Congress Not to Impose New Sanctions on Iran
US Senate Banking Chairman Inclined to Hold Off on Iran Sanctions
Iran Dismisses Peres Offer to Meet Rouhani
Pro-Israel Groups Change Tactics on Iran Deal
Syrian Army Pounds Rebels Near Lebanon Border
Syrian Troops Close in on Strategic Rebel-Held Town
UN to Airlift Aid From Iraq to Syria
Croatia Mulls Syrian Chemical Weapons Destruction
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Syrian Kurds Bring Changes in Iraqi Kurdistan
Congress Moves to Spike China's Missile Deal With Turkey

Turkish MP Takes Oath After Release From Jail in Coup Plot Case

Yemen Kidnappers Free Dutch Couple
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Middle East
Hagel Renews Qatar Defense Pact Despite Differences Over Iran, Syria
Gulf Cooperation Council Steps Closer to an EU-Style Union
Briton Extradited to Jordan Pleads Not Guilty to Terror Charges
Ukrainian Police Swarm Independence Square Protests
Ukraine Leader to Seek Some Protesters' Release
Ukraine Leader Says Opposition 'Threatens National Security'
Russian Duma Says West Interfering in Ukraine
UK Newspaper Editor Approved Nine Payments to No 1 Military Contact
Mexico Arrests Suspect Linked to 200 Murders
Nicaragua's Assembly OKs Plan to End Presidential Term Limits
Violence Kills 7 as Argentina Celebrates Democracy
Brazilian Panel Says Ex-Leader Was Murdered
Russia Forgives $29 Billion of Cuban Debt From Soviet Era
Spying on Everyone
PATRIOT Act Author: Feinstein's Bill 'A Joke'
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The War at Home
Court Weighs Whether Guantanamo Detainee Searches Are Too Aggressive
Man Builds Deadly Weapons With Items He Bought After Going Through Airport Security
White House Still Hopeful It Can Finalize Afghan Security Deal, Official Says
US 'Nowhere Near' Decision to Pull All Troops Out of Afghanistan
US: Signing US-Afghan Pact Will Reduce Uncertainty
Planes Parked in Weeds in Kabul After $486 Million Spent
Missile Attack Leaves 6 Members of a Family Dead in Badghis
Afghan Police Rescue Woman From Taliban Stoning
Pakistan: 'Father of Taliban' Backs Polio Vaccination
Pakistan to Push Forward on Gas Project With Iran
Nuclear War Between India and Pakistan 'Could End Human Civilisation,' Study Finds
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Indian Lt-General Attackers Jailed
Thai PM Insists She Will Not Resign Before Polls
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