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Updated March 6, 2014 - 11:24 PM EST
US Drone Kills 5 Afghan Soldiers in Friendly Fire
Crimean Govt Votes Unanimously to Join Russia
  Ukraine Issues Warrants Against Elected Crimean PM, Speaker
  Ukraine Protest Leaders Hired Kiev Snipers
  Russia, NATO Nations Begin Talks on Ukraine
  EU Sees Russia Sanctions as Too Costly
  Ukraine Crisis Is a Buying Opportunity for Russian Energy Giants
Hagel Vows More Military Aid for Baltics, Poland
  Director of National Intelligence Defends US Intel on Ukraine
  Americans Overwhelmingly Oppose US Intervention in Ukraine
Israel Seizes Arms Ship Near Sudan, Blames Iran
  Iran FM: High Hopes for Negotiations
Israel Hits 'Hezbollah-Affiliated Militants' in Syria
  State Dept Restricts Travel of Syria's UN Envoy
Feds Move to Drop Key Charges on Barrett Brown
  CIA 'Monitored' Senate Intel Committee Over Torture Report
US Drone Strike Kills Four in Yemen
53 Killed, 106 Wounded in Wednesday Iraq Attacks
American Hawks Risk Escalating the Ukrainian Crisis  by Sheldon Richman
Changing Syria War Is Bleak News for Minorities  by Patrick Cockburn
What Obama Didn't Say About Ukraine  by James Carden
America's Maginot Line  by Lucy Steigerwald
Russia Wins Second Crimean War  by John Batchelor
Who Ya Gonna Believe?  by Sam Bundy

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China Says Higher Military Spending Is Needed to Keep the Peace
Hillary Clinton Compares Putin's Actions in Ukraine to Hitler's in Nazi Germany
Army Sex Assalt Trial Begins With Jury of Generals
Rep. Bachmann: American Jews Sold Out Israel
Record 278 Nominees for Peace Prize: Nobel Institute
CIA vs. the Senate
Obama Knew CIA Secretly Monitored Intel Panel, Senator Claims
Outgoing NSA Chief Hints at 'Media Leaks Legislation'
Senate Staffers Slipped Secret CIA Documents From Agency's Headquarters
Senators Express Outrage at CIA Monitoring of Intelligence Panel Staff
CIA Chief Scolds Senators for 'Outburst'
At Least 50 Americans Have Joined Syria Extremist Units, US Says
Syrian Warplanes Strike Lebanon Border Region
Syria's 'Third Force' Kurds May Emerge Stronger From Conflict
Siege of Syrian Arms Depot in Tal Al Jabiyeh Exposes Chemical Weapons Fears
US Accuses Syria of Stonewalling on Chemical Arms Plants
UN: World Powers Responsible for Failing to Stop Syria War Crimes
Iran FM Says Pinning Hopes on Nuclear Talks
In Tokyo, Iran's Envoy Zarif Lures Oil Business
UN Report: 300,000 Palestinians Live in Area C of West Bank
US Denying Visas to Israeli Defense Officials, Report Says
Kerry: US Will Not Allow the West Bank to Become Gaza
Hamas Launches Harmony Campaign in Camps
53 Killed, 106 Wounded in Wednesday Iraq Attacks
Iraq Returns as World's Fastest-Growing Oil Exporter
Turkey's Erdogan Says Calls With World Leaders May Have Been Bugged
Erdogan Rallies Popular Support in Power Struggle
Middle East
Saudi, UAE, Bahrain Recall Their Envoys From Qatar
Lebanon: Tripoli's Salafist Community Fears Being Stereotyped, Persecuted
South Sudan
South Sudanese Flee Into Darfur
Clashes Erupt at Army Base Over Pay in Tense South Sudan
Venezuela's Chavez Remembered With Pomp and Protests
Venezuela's Maduro Breaks Diplomatic Links With Panama
With Venezuela in a Tailspin, Growing Number of Jews Opting for Plan B
In Eastern Ukrainian City, a Tug of War for More Autonomy
UN Envoy to Crimea Quits Post After Anger of Pro-Moscow Demonstrators
UN Chief to Send Another Envoy to East Ukraine
How Strong Is Ukraine's Army?
Muslim Tatars Are Under Threat From Ethnic Violence Under New Crimea Separatist Administration
Ukraine and Russia
Russia Puts Ukraine Far-Right Leader on International Wanted List Over Calls for Terrorism
Robert Gates: Vladimir Putin Not Delusional
Russia Says Cannot Order Crimea 'Self-Defense' Units Back to Base
Yanukovich Request for Russian Military Aid Is Invalid: Ukraine
US Hopes Boom in Natural Gas Can Curb Putin
Putin Urges Measures to Protect Trade Group From Ukraine Fallout
Ukraine and the World
Tensions Persist in Crimea; Foreign Observers on Their Way
Germany Sees No Change in Crimea as Action Against Russia Looms
Israel Breaks Silence on Ukraine: We Hope Conflict Is Resolved Peacefully
US Plans $280 Million Military Aid to Pakistan, Cuts Civilian Aid
Pakistan, Taliban Negotiators Launch New Talks
Musharraf's Lawyers 'Threatened With Beheading'
Roadside Bomb Kills Six Pakistani Soldiers as Violence Spirals
In Former Taliban Fiefdom, Pakistan's First Female Council Tackles Abuses
Ambitious US Hospital Project in Afghanistan Faces Failure
British Soldier in 'Non Battle' Afghanistan Death
Violent Clashes as India Sets World's Biggest Election
Sri Lanka Questions Independence of UN Human Rights Boss
10 Militants Killed, 43 Arrested in Security Raids in Egypt's Sinai
Trial of Al Jazeera Staff Resumes in Egypt
Egyptian Prosecutors Perplex Judge With Evidence Against Journalists
Egypt Panel Blames Morsi Supporters for Deaths During Protest Camp Break-Up
Egypt's Young Coptic Christians Energized to Fight for Civil Rights
Liberal Egyptian Group Opposes Any Sisi Run for Presidency
Libya Rehabilitates Royals Overthrown by Gadhafi
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Rand’s Stand

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