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US POW Bowe Bergdahl Freed in Taliban Swap
  Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl: Prisoner of the War Party
  Did Bowe Bergdahl Go AWOL in Afghanistan?
  Administration Defends POW Trade From Growing Criticism
  Hagel: POW Swap an Opening for New Taliban Talks
Jewish Museum Attacker Fought for Syria al-Qaeda
  Western Jihadists in Syria Pose a Growing, Long-Term Problem
  ISIL Kills 102-Year-Old Man, Family in Syria
2,249 Killed in Iraq in May: Another Record Month
  73 Killed, 50 Wounded Across Iraq on First Day of June
NSA Collecting Millions of Faces From Web
  NSA Contractors Use Linkedin Profiles to Cash in on National Security
Deadly Blast Hits Ukraine Town, Sides Trade Blame
Supreme Court Rejects Risen Appeal on Identity of Source
Libyan Warplane Hits Benghazi University as Clashes Grow
Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl: Prisoner of the War Party  by Justin Raimondo
With the 9/11 Memorial Opening, It's Time We Confront the Truth  by John Haltiwanger
If We Have to Let Generals Run Egypt, Must We Pay for Them, Too?  by Andrew J. Bacevich
Obama Welcomes Debate on War as a Means of Avoiding It  by Gene Healy
The FBI Prospers by Feeding Fears  by Steve Chapman
Are Human Rights Activists Today's Warmongers?  by Stephen Kinzer

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Residents of Guatemalan Town Tell Jews to Leave
Abkhazia President Resigns Amid Growing Protests
NATO to Discuss Reinforcing Troops in Poland
Cisco Purchase of CIA-Funded Company May Fuel Distrust
Bombing at NE Nigeria Football Match Kills 40
Foreign Jihadis Fighting in Syria Pose Risk in West
US Insists Assad Must Go, but Expects He Will Stay
Lebanon Says Syrians Who Return Will Lose Refugee Status
Syria Refugees in Lebanon Protest 'Blood Election'
Israeli Military No Longer Bullet-Proof in US Defense Budget Battle
Abbas, Kerry Speak Ahead of Palestinian Unity Government Formation
Fatah-Hamas Unity Government Will Strengthen Terror, Says Netanyahu
After Evicting Palestinians, Israel Seeks to Legalize Outpost in Firing Zone
Netanyahu Defers Vote on Terrorist Pardon Bill
73 Killed, 50 Wounded Across Iraq on First Day of June
Army Must Do More to Protect Pipeline, Says Iraq Deputy PM
Turkish Police Tear Gas Protesters in Ankara
154 People Detained in Saturday Istanbul Protests
Opposition Parties Make Inroads in Turkish Local Election Rerun
Middle East
Iranian Commander Says Readying Launch of Air Defense System More Advanced Than Russian S-300
Kuwait's Ruler Makes Rare Visit to Iran to Build Ties
Jordan Amends, Widens Its Anti-Terrorism Laws
Bahrain Opposition to Boycott Election Unless Political Deal Reached
Britain's Cameron Warns of Possible EU Exit if Juncker Wins Presidency
In Europe, Obama Gets Second Chance to Explain His Russia Policy
El Salvador
El Salvador: Ex-Rebel Sworn in as President
US POW Released in Trade
Exchange of Idaho Soldier Bowe Bergdahl for Taliban Detainees Sets Off Debate
Freed US Soldier Celebrated Xmas, Played Badminton With Captors
The 5 Detainees Swapped for US Soldier
Planned Celebration for Bergdahl Just Got a Whole Lot Bigger
Prisoner Trade Yields Rare View Into the Taliban
Mentally, GI Has Long Path Back to Idaho
Taliban's Mullah Omar Celebrates Prisoner-Swap 'Victory'
Hagel Celebrates Bowe Bergdahl's Release in Surprise Afghan Visit
Bergdahl's Release Bumps VA Scandal From Political Spotlight
12 Civilians Killed in Eastern Afghanistan Roadside Bomb
Afghanistan to Boycott Security Talks in Islamabad
Pakistan Summons Afghan Envoy Over Bajaur Attack
Pakistan Islamist Faction: Some Elements Want Democracy Rolled Back
Hagel: China Territorial Claims Destabilize Region
China Wages Integrated Anti-Terrorism War
Philippine Rebel Arrested Over Landmine Attack That Killed Two US Marines
New State of Telangana Is Born in Southern India
Bangladesh, Myanmar at Odds Over Deadly Border Clash
Central African Republic
3 Killed in Central African Republic Capital Following Church Attack
Central African President Sees Political Conspiracy in Attacks
Central African Republic PM Calls for Voluntary Disarmament Next Week
Sudan Denies Mother Sentenced to Hang to Be Freed Soon
Smugglers Kill Six Egyptian Guards Near Libya Border
Italian Priests and Canadian Nun Freed in Cameroon
Bombings Threaten Kenya Growth Goals, Open New Strains With Wary West
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