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CIA Drone Strikes Carried Out by USAF Personnel
  Gitmo Hearings Halted Amid Accusations of FBI Spying on Legal Team
Ukraine's Offensive Begins: Troops Attack Airfield
  Report: Fighter Jet Shot Down Near Ukraine's City of Kramatorsk
  Mixed Signals from US on Plans to Arm Ukraine
  Russian Fighter Plane Buzzed US Warship in Black Sea
  Ukraine President 'Open' to Referendum on Federalization
  Ukraine Asks UN for Troops to Crush Eastern Protests
Syria Seizes Villages Near Lebanon Border
  Syrian Rebels Claim Evidence of Chlorine Bomb Use
  Canada Plans Possible Invasion of Syria
Obama Lets NSA Use Zero-Day Flaws
  Senators Urge Partial Release of Torture Report, Keep Most Secret
  General Upholds Manning's 35-Year Sentence in WikiLeaks Case
  Guardian, WAPO Win Pulitzers for Snowden Leaks Reporting
Afghanistan Says US Air Strike Kills 3 Civilians
Militants Shut Down Iraq Dam Again; 57 Killed, 19 Wounded
Netanyahu Raises Early Elections Amid Coalition Tensions
Continental Drift: Europe's Breakaways  by Conn Hallinan
Patriotism Is the First Platform of Fools  by Eric Margolis
America's Coup Machine: Destroying Democracy Since 1953  by Nicolas J.S. Davies
The End of Ideology?  by Patrick J. Buchanan
Your Doctors Are Worried  by Lawrence Wittner
The Intoxicating Pull of Proxy War Will Worsen Ukraine  by John Glaser

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Native Americans Say US Violated Human Rights
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Separatists in Ukraine's Donetsk Vow to Take Full Control of Region
Use of Force in Ukraine Could Start Civil War: Russian Envoy
Russia Says East Ukraine Must Have Say in Preparing Referendum
Police and Protesters 'Cohabit' in Gorlovka
Anti-Press Attacks Rise as Tensions Escalate in Ukraine
Buildings Under Control of Pro-Russian Separatists in Ukraine
Pro-Russian Attack in Ukraine's Horlivka
Ukraine, Russia, and the World
White House Confirms CIA Director's Trip to Kiev
Putin Denies Russian Involvement in Ukraine During Call to Obama
US Gives Ukraine $1 Billion Loan Guarantee
With Ukraine Tensions Mounting, US Weighs New Sanctions Against Russia

Romanian President Says New US Warship to Come to Black Sea

EU Could Hold Emergency Summit to Agree New Sanctions on Russia
Germany Says Russia May Be Playing Role in East Ukraine Tensions
Ukraine Crisis Forces 'Wait-And-See' Approach to Arctic Oil
Dutch Police Question Girl, 14, Over American Airlines Twitter Threat
Ambush Kills Anti-Taliban Militiamen
House Speaker John Boehner Visits Afghanistan
Anxious China Emerges as Diplomatic Player in Afghanistan
Indian Troops Kill 2 Rebels in Kashmir Fighting
2 Abu Sayyaf Militants Killed in Philippine Raid
Vietnam Frees High-Profile Dissidents
Britain Says China Calls Off Human Rights Talks at Last Minute
Student Killed, 3 Journalists Injured in Clashes in Egypt
Dialogue Ongoing Between Hezbollah, Egypt
Nigerian Bus Station Bombing Kills 71 on Edge of Capital
A Look at the Nigerian Extremist Group Boko Haram
Senegal to Send Mali 250 More Peacekeeping Troops
Libya: Saif Al-Islam Gadhafi to Be Tried With Others by Video Link
Musician, Journalist Arrested in Rwanda
Sierra Leone Charges 14 Soldiers With Mutiny
The War at Home
Edward Snowden on Pulitzer Winners: 'Their Work Has Given Us a Better Future'
FBI Walks Out on Senate Briefing After Being Asked About 'Insider Threat' Program, Whistleblowers
Heartbleed Bug Exploited to Steal Canadian Taxpayer Data
FBI to Have 52 Million Photos in Its Face Recognition Database by Next Year
Jury Chosen for US Terror Trial of Egyptian Imam
Abu Hamza Terror Trial Set to Start in US
Syrian Army Seizes Ancient Christian Town Near Lebanese Border
Three Lebanese Journalists for Al-Manar TV Killed in Syria
2 Teenage Girls Leave Austria, Seek to Fight in Syria
UN Official Condemns Use of Torture in Syrian War
Syria's Political Opposition Urges US Action After Aleppo 'Genocide'
Kahlon Winner, Likud Losers in Future Israeli Election, Poll Finds
Netanyahu: I'd Choose Elections Over Bennett
Nuclear Export Group Debates Ties With Israel: Document
Assailant in West Bank Kills One Israeli, Wounds Three
Ultra-Orthodox Jews Clash With Israeli Police
Livni Says Right-Wing Leader Bennett Stokes Settler Violence
Likud Minister Steinitz Slams Kerry's Remarks on Iran as 'Unacceptable'
4 Israeli Soldiers Arrested on Suspicion of Munition Trade
Details Behind Israel's Purchase of Lockheed's 'Samson' Airlifter
Iran Asks for UN Committee Meeting on US Ban on Envoy
Iran Says Oil Barter Deal With Russia Very Hard to Seal
Alberta Firm Fined $90k for Shipping Nuclear-Use Product to Iran
Militants Shut Down Iraq Dam Again; 57 Killed, 19 Wounded
25 Are Killed by Series of Explosions in Iraq
Kurdish Protesters in Dubis Demand Security Changes, Peshmarga Intervention
Iraq Kurds Press States to Recognize Genocide
Saudi Arabia
Gunmen Kill Saudi Guard Near Yemeni Border, Wound Another: Media
Saudi Arabia Increases Arms Expenditure
Venezuela Probes 97 Security Troops for Torture
Venezuelan Journalist Freed After Being Kidnapped for a Week
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