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Updated February 1, 2014 - 11:00 PM EST
1,840 Killed in Iraq in January
  Iraq Militants Fire Rockets at Baghdad Airport
  63 Killed Across Iraq, Mostly in Anbar Province
Insults Traded as Syria Talks End Without Deal
  Syria Spillover: Lebanon Army Clashes With Gunmen at Border
  Nearly 1,900 Killed in Syria During Peace Talks
  50 Indonesian Militants Join Syria War
Senate Panel Clashes With CIA on 'Torture Report'
  House Examines Obama's Claims of Al-Qaeda 'On the Path to Defeat'
Snowden: Canada Spied on Travelers in Airports
  Obama Admits Intelligence Chief Fault Over False Senate Testimony
Egypt: 13 'Extremists' Killed in Sinai Air Strike
Both Sides Expected to Reject Kerry's Palestine Plan
The Other Lobby: MEK’s Crusade Against Iran Negotiations
US Exploits Philippines Suffering to Win More Military Bases
Germans Opposed to Plans for More Military Intervention
Is Syrian 'Peace' Conference Laying the Foundation for War?  by Kevin Zeese & Margaret Flowers
Scarlett Johansson Is Right – the Face of Sodastream Doesn't Fit With Oxfam  by Vijay Prashad
Obama and Kerry Jeopardize Peace With Iran  by Sheldon Richman
Remember the 1970s, When Congress Actually Stood Up to the Intel Community?  by John Prados
West Should Not Balkanize Syria  by Christopher Dekki
On Iran, Compromise Is Needed  by Fareed Zakaria

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Vets Group Says Military Suicide Rate 'Out of Control'
Beer-Delivery Drone Grounded by FAA
Obama Is Said to Plan Fence-Mending Trip to Saudi Arabia
Kerry Aims to Renew US-Germany Relationship
10 Brands You'll Have to Give Up to Boycott Israel
US Official: Iran Considers Saudi Arabia, Not Israel, Its Enemy
Time to Tackle 'More Difficult' Issues With Iran, IAEA Head Says
US Senators Newly Reluctant on Iran Sanctions After Obama Pleads for Time
Its Great Lake Shriveled, Iran Confronts Crisis of Water Supply
Syrian Government Non-Committal on More Talks
Syrian Troop Shells Kill 16 in Aleppo
Brahimi: Syria Talks 'A Beginning on Which We Can Build'
France, Britain Share Intelligence on Syria Jihadists
63 Killed Across Iraq, Mostly in Anbar Province
Fighting Continues in Iraq's Anbar Province as Civilians Flee
Iraqi Militants Target Baghdad Airport With Rocket Strike
Suicide Car Bomb Kills 5 Soldiers in Iraq
Tensions in the West Bank Are Rising, Together With IDF, Settler Violence
Arab Democracy? Not in My Lifetime, Says Israeli DM
'15 Palestinians Shot, One Badly Hurt, in West Bank Protest'
'US Framework Deal Puts 75-80% of Settlers Under Israeli Rule'
Palestinians Occupy Abandoned Houses Near Jericho
Middle East Peace Mediators to Meet in Munich
Militants Kill 17 Yemeni Troops in 2 Attacks
North Yemen Clashes Kill 60: Tribal Sources
Middle East
Syrian Shelling Provokes Outrage in Lebanon
Islamist Cleric Threatens to Boycott Retrial in Jordan
Turkish Ruling Party MP Slams Government in Resignation, Police Purged
Kerry: President's Concessions Not Enough to End Ukraine Crisis
Ukraine Opposition Lobbies West for Help Against Yanukovich
Ukraine Activist Says He Was Abducted, Tortured
Ukraine Military Censures Protesters for Occupying Buildings
The War at Home
Top Obama Aide Predicts Drama-Free US Debt Ceiling Increase
FBI Probes White Powder Sent to Giuliani, Super Bowl Hotels
Weekend Reviews
Revisiting Vietnam
What War Does to Women
'The Corpse Exhibition,' Stories About a War-Torn Life
The Burglary: The Discovery of J. Edgar Hoover's Secret FBI by Betty Medsger
Vice-Admiral Michael Rogers to Take Command of Embattled NSA
Snowden Revelations of NSA Spying on Copenhagen Climate Talks Spark Anger
TSA Agent Confession
TSA Knocks Ex-Screener Claims as Inaccurate, Outdated
Pakistan PM Directs Committee to Initiate Peace Talks Immediately
Musharraf's Plea for Treatment Abroad Refused; New Warrants Issued
Imran Assures His Cooperation Over Talks With Taliban
Thai Protesters Blockade Ballot Papers as Election Looms
Thai Protesters Join Final Anti-Government March Before Election
Tale of Two Thailands: Why the South Will Boycott Sunday's Vote
Armed Theft Wave in Kabul Has Residents Playing Police
On 35th Anniversary of Diplomatic Ties With US, China Tries to Soften Image
Egypt Cracks Down on Online Dissent
UNESCO Team Express 'Shock' at Egypt's Islamic Museum Losses, Pledges Assistance
Central African Republic
Central African Republic Clashes Kill 43 in Bangui
Polish Troops Leave for Central African Republic Mission
South Sudan
South Sudan Links Withdrawal of Ugandan Army to Full Stability
South Sudan Rebel Leader Says Government Derailing Peace Talks
Patients, Medical Workers Flee South Sudan Hospital
S. Sudan Will Release 4 Rebels, Clearing Way for Peace Process
Blast Kills 7, Injures 3 in Northeast Nigeria
Did Nigerian Military Splits Help Boko Haram?
US General Says More Marines Could Be Based Throughout Africa
Kenyan Troops to Leave the Somali Town of Kismayo
Kenyan Journalist Loses Bid to Defy International Court Arrest
UN Sanctions on DR Congo Militias Financed by Poaching
American Tanks Return to Europe After Brief Leave
Trial Concludes for French Men Accused of Jihadism
UK Diplomat Son Arrested After Innocently Signing for Neighbor's Parcel
Colombian Priest Who Ran Far-Right Militia Nabbed
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