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Taliban Frees US POW in Trade for Detainees
Was Iranian Threat Fabricated by Israel and US?
  Israel Eavesdropped on President Clinton's Diplomatic Phone Calls
Russia FM: US Must Stop Ukraine Invasion of East
  US Confirms Russia Moves Most Troops From Ukraine Border
  Upbeat Ukraine Claims Much of Separatist Region 'Cleared'
  Russia Arrests Ukraine Ultra-Nationalists Over Crimea Bomb Plot
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How the VA Developed Its Culture of Coverups
  Veterans Secretary Eric Shinseki Resigns
Torture in 2014: Stories of Modern Horror
Al-Qaeda Kidnaps Nearly 200 Kurds from North Syria
Libya General Says Pro-Coup Rallies Give Him 'Mandate'
Kerry: Israeli Hostility to Palestinian Unity 'Appropriate'
US Military's Satellite Launches Depend on Russia's Rockets
Snowden Would Not Get a Fair Trial – and Kerry Is Wrong  by Daniel Ellsberg
Trivial Dispute: Obama Versus the Interventionists  by Sheldon Richman
Haftar Leads a Coup: A General's Odd War on Muslim Brotherhood  by Ramzy Baroud
Ukraine: New President, Old Violence  by Vladimir Golstein
Baiting Dragons, Bears, and Lions  by Philip Giraldi
Obama's Foolish Foreign Policy: Doing Too Much and Doing It Badly  by Doug Bandow

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Formal Countdown Begins for Scottish Vote That Could Break Up United Kingdom
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Spain Arrests Militant Suspects in Melilla
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US Concerned Over China Blogger Who Met Kerry
China Decries Call in US to Name Street After Jailed Tiananmen Dissident
Chinese, Filipino Kidnapped in Malaysia Rescued
North Korea Sentences South Korean to Life of Hard Labor for Spying
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Scattered Attacks Across Iraq Leave 26 Killed and 32 Wounded
Tanker With Piped Iraqi Kurdish Oil U-Turns Away From US
Iraqi Kurds' Oil Sale Widens Split With Baghdad
Israel Warns It Will Hold Abbas Accountable for Hamas
Obama, Kerry Say They Haven't Given Up on Peace Process
Israeli Force Apprehends Palestinian Wearing Suicide Belt in West Bank
Germany Calls in Envoy to Turkey Over Erdogan Remarks
Erdogan Urges Young to Ignore Taksim Protest Anniversary
Clashes Between Rebels, Tribesmen Kill 12 in Yemen
Egypt's Sabahi Contests Presidential Elections Results
Female Al-Jazeera Journalist Is Arrested in Egypt
Egypt Revokes 52 Morsi-Era Pardons: State Media
Morocco Jails 'Jihadists' for Up to 20 Years
Morocco King in Tunis for First Visit Since 2011 Uprising
Cameroon Weakest Link in Fight Against Boko Haram: Nigeria
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Central African Republic
Central African Republic Clashes Leave Two Protesters Dead in Bangui
Central African Republic Leader Denounces Plot
One Dead in Mogadishu Bombing
UN Experts Wary of Somaliland Plan for Armed Oil Protection Unit
Canadian Convicted of Trying to Join Somalia Terror Group
Two Aid Workers Killed in Mali Landmine Blast
Hundreds Protest in Sudan at Opposition Leader Mahdi's Arrest
Protesters, Police Clash as Malawi Awaits Election Results
100 Rebels Turn in Weapons in Eastern Congo
South Sudan Rebel Leader Says 'Committed to Peace'
Rwandan Rebels Begin Surrender, but Demand Talks With Kigali
Venezuela Leader Praises US Rejection of Sanctions
6 US Men Detained in Honduras for Weeks
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