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Updated December 23, 2013 - 11:20 PM EST
US Plans Triggers to Reimpose Iran Sanctions
  Netanyahu Seeks to Slow Iran-US Thaw by Ramping Up Demands
  US Oil Companies Avoid Lobbying on Iran
Israel Demands US Stop Spying on Them
  US Spied on Israeli DM's Home From Across the Street
  Abbas Rejects Israeli Demands to Occupy Jordan-Palestine Border
Obama Tries to Prevent Ruling on Surveillance
CIA Covert Action in Colombia
42 Killed as Barrel Bombs Hit Aleppo
US Getting Dragged Into South Sudan Civil War
Yemeni al-Qaeda Apologizes for Attack on Hospital
Gitmo Judge: Preserve CIA 'Black Sites' for Evidence
Look What’s Under My Christmas Tree!  by Justin Raimondo
Progress Toward Peace in 2013, But Dark Clouds Remain  by Ron Paul
Government's Eternal Excuses for Abuses of Power  by Steve Chapman
Spying for Apartheid  by Philip Giraldi
The Two Cases for Amnesty for Snowden  by Amy Davidson
Moving Beyond the Nuclear Issue  by Mohammad Hassan Khani

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Psychological Autopsy of a Marine Combat Vet's Suicide
Breaking the Silence: Men Sexually Assaulted in Military Speak Out
Navy's Amazing Ocean-Powered Underwater Drone
US Adds New Charges on bin Laden Son-In-Law
US Furious at Israel Equipment Transfer to China
Greenwald to Give Keynote at 30c3 Hacker Conference
NSA Actions and Reactions
NSA Panel Member Recommends Increased Data Collection
James Clapper Claims Publicly Acknowledged Details Are State Secrets While Boasting of Transparency
NSA Review Panel Members to Appear Before Senate Committee in January
Sen. Udall Demands 'Real Reform' of NSA
Icons of Egypt's Protest Movement Imprisoned
Police Brutality in Egypt Back in the Spotlight
Egypt Forms Panel to Probe Post-Morsi Bloodshed
Libya's First Suicide Attack Kills Seven Near Benghazi
Libya Probes Deadly Army Checkpoint Bombing
Protesters Force Libya Internet Shutdown
South Sudanese Rebels Blamed for Attack on US Military Aircraft
South Sudan: General Declares Himself Governor of Oil State
South Sudan's Growing Conflict Reflects Rivalry Between President and His Former Deputy
South Sudan Rebels Take Their Battle to the Oilfields
UN to Send Military Reinforcements to South Sudan Towns
Americans Evacuated From South Sudan Battleground
Fuel Queues in Sudan Amid Concern Over South's Oil Flow
Central African Republic
Muslims Protest French Operations in Central African Republic
Central African Republic Tensions Rise After Seleka Colonel Lynched
Nigeria Boosts Christmas Security Against Islamist Attacks
DR Congo Soldiers Sentenced for Sexual Violence
Observers Okay Madagascar Polls as Candidates Bicker
France's Hollande Seeks to Calm Algeria Row Over Joke
Afghan General Warns Over Delay in Signing US Pact
US Yard Sale Afghanistan
Iran: Talks With West Are Making 'Slow Progress'
World Powers and Iran Pause Nuclear Talks for Christmas
What Iranians Say Now About 'The Great Satan'
Iran: World Powers Should Avoid 'Troublemaking'
Turkish Relief Challenged by Growing Number of Syrian Refugees
Syria's 'Destroyed' Ancient Synagogue Is Still Intact
News Safety Group: Syria Most Dangerous Country for Media in 2013, 126 Dead Worldwide
High Court Asks Palestinians to Drop Land Case Against Settlers
Israeli Officials Use US Spying Revelation to Bring New Focus to Pollard Case
Israeli Envoy Urges Congress to Crack Down on Boycotts
Bomb Explodes on Bus Near Tel Aviv, None Hurt Thanks to Alert Passenger
Police Blame Palestinian Militants for Bus Blast
Palestinian Inmate Who Fasted for 266 Days to Be Freed Monday
Former IDF General: Israel Must Control Jordan Valley
Eritrean Ambassador in Israel Attacked by Migrants
Power Struggle Weakens Erdogan
Turkish Minister Offers Resignation Over Scandal
Middle East
Iraq PM Threatens Protesters as Attacks Leave 13 Dead, 34 Wounded
Amnesty Admits Links to Activist Accused of Funding al-Qaeda
Saudi Arabia Pays $2 Million Bail in Missouri Sex Assault Case
Kiev Anti-Government Protest Draws 100,000
Ukraine Opposition Urges More Protests, Forms Political Bloc
Freed Khodorkovsky Challenges Putin Over 'Political Prisoners'
Antigovernment Protesters Vow to Block Elections and 'Shut Down' Thailand
Dandong: North Korea's Most Surprising Border
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Look Whatís Under My Christmas Tree!

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Stay Out of Petty Island Disputes in East Asia

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The Long Retreat

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Randís Stand

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Purim and Genocidal Phantasies

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Cyberwar for Me but Not for Thee

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