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Updated April 28, 2014 - 11:26 PM EDT
Pro-Separatist Mayor Shot in Eastern Ukraine
  US Pushes Broad New Sanctions Against Russia
  Three Ukraine Troops Captured in East; Protesters Seize TV Station
  Captured Observers Shown at Press Conference in Eastern Ukraine
  Hague: Britain Will Accept Economic Damage to Sanction Russia
Election Attacks Launched Across Iraq: 84 Killed
  Iraq Attacks Syrian Rebel Fuel Tankers, 8 Killed
  Sectarian Strife Threatens Iraq Ahead of Election
  Sunday Iraq Attacks Leave 41 Killed, 63 Hurt
Rebel Mortar Attacks Kill 21 in Syria's Aleppo
  Syria Misses Self-Imposed Chemical Weapons Deadline
  DHS Chief: Western Fighters May Leave Syria to Attack US
Kerry: Israel Could Become 'an Apartheid State'
  Israeli Ministers Call for West Bank Annexation to Spite Palestinians
Egypt Sentences Brotherhood Chief, 682 Others to Death
US Troops Heading Back to Philippines Under New Pact
Massachusetts Offers Cash to Keep Military Bases Open
An Economist’s Case for a Non-Interventionist Foreign Policy  by David R. Henderson
John Kerry's Sad Circle to Deceit  by Robert Parry
DC Thinks It Can Silence a New Snowden, but the Anti-Leak Hypocrisy Is Backfiring  by Trevor Timm
Obama's Asian Pivot Stumbles  by Justin Raimondo
Abu Ghraib Never Left Us  by Karen J. Greenberg & Tom Engelhardt
The Most [REDACTED] Administration in History  by Gene Healy

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Guantanamo's Camp 7, Shrouded in Secrecy
China Releases Japanese Wartime Documents
Military Bases at Center of Philippines-US Relationship
Bulgaria: Caught Between Moscow and Brussels
Anand Gopal Book Excerpt: No Good Men Among the Living
Netanyahu Rules Out Talks With Palestinians
Palestinians' Mahmoud Abbas Calls Holocaust 'Heinous Crime'
For Washington, Palestinian Pact Not the End of Middle East Peace Hopes
Palestinians to Pursue Bid to Join 60 International Bodies
Lapid: We May Have to Coerce the Palestinians Into Statehood
Erekat: Occupation Is Highest Form of Terrorism
Palestinian Comedians Take on Life in Gaza
Iraq Bombs Syria While Attacks Leave 41 Killed, 63 Hurt
Allawi Blames Government for Flooding
Gulf-Based Iraqis Vote in General Election
Lebanese Banks Hope to Take Early Lead in Iraqi Market
Zarif Says Most Iranians Support Nuclear Deal With West
Iran to Target Decoy US Aircraft Carrier in Drills
Middle East
Saudi Body Studying Regulating YouTube Production
Syrian Smugglers Enjoy a Free-For-All Among Ancient Ruins
Sisi Urges Big Vote in Egyptian Election; Islamists Urge Boycott
Poppies Replace Tourists in Egypt's Sinai Desert
Central African Republic
3 Aid Workers Killed in Central African Republic
1,300 Muslims Leave Central African Republic Capital
Looting Follows Evacuation of Muslims From Central African Capital
Election Violence Flares on South Africa's Platinum Belt
Gadhafi's Son Saif Faces Charges in Tripoli Court
Obama Writes That He's 'Working Behind the Scenes' on Venezuela
In Venezuela, Protesters Point to Their Scars
A White House Split Over Russia
Military Observer 'Freed' in Sloviansk
Separatists Seize Control of TV HQ in East Ukraine City
Russia's Gazprom Issues May 7 Ultimatum Over Ukraine Gas Supplies
Detained Observer Says Separatists Guaranteed Group's Safety
Three Ukraine Elite Alpha Group Agents Captured in Donetsk Region
Putin Rival Takes Message to East Ukraine
Sanctions to Target Russia's Defense Industry, Others: US
G-7 Set to Impose Further Sanctions on Russia
Captives in Ukraine: Observers, Spies, or Human Shields?
Ukraine Conflict Parties: Where, How Strong?
Sanctions Revive Search for Secret Putin Fortune
EU Parliament Flexes Muscles Despite Skeptics' Rise
Serbia's New PM Pledges Painful Reforms With Eyes on EU
Macedonia's Conservatives Win Parliamentary, Presidential Elections
Afghan Presidential Hopefuls Rally Supporters Ahead of Runoff
UK Helicopter Crash in Afghanistan 'A Tragic Accident'
Roadside Bomb Kills Three Soldiers in Waziristan
First Batch of F16s From Jordan Joins Pakistan Air Force
Geo TV's Face-Off With ISI Spy Agency – a Subplot of a Larger Tussle in Pakistan
India Test-Fires Anti-Ballistic Missile
North Korea Says Army Must Develop to Be Able to Beat US
A US Soldier Searches for His Vietnamese Son
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Justin Raimondo
Obama's Asian Pivot Stumbles

David R. Henderson
An Economist’s Case for a Non-Interventionist Foreign Policy

Nebojsa Malic
The Kiev Gambit

Lucy Steigerwald
What Fourth Amendment? Police Raids Go Beyond the War on Drugs

Ivan Eland
Israeli Leaders Smear Even Peaceful Palestinian Efforts for a State

Philip Giraldi
Targeting Iran

Kelley B. Vlahos
Brother Karzai Leaves Election, Joins Another Ticket

Ran HaCohen
Purim and Genocidal Phantasies

Charles V. Peña
Cyberwar for Me but Not for Thee

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