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US Sending 300 More Combat Troops to Iraq
  Pentagon: Iraq Violence Could Further Delay F-16 Shipments
Iraqi Parliament Ends as Sunnis, Kurds Walk Out
  Little Backing for Maliki as Rivals Angle for Iraqi PM Slot
  Shadow of Terror Cast on Iraq Government Formation
5,456 Killed Across Iraq in June
  ISIS Mortars Hit Near Key Shi'ite Shrine in Samarra, 6 Killed
  ISIS Claims It Blew Up Prison Full of Captured Iraqi Troops
  How 2 Shadowy ISIS Commanders Designed Their Iraq Campaign
Turkey Rejects Kurdish Independence From Iraq
  ISIS Surges Have Lebanon in Their Crosshairs
  ISIS Celebrates, But Rivals Reject Declaration of Caliphate
Israeli Jets Pound Gaza in Overnight Strike
  No Evidence, Netanyahu Blames Hamas for Killing Teens, Vows Revenge
Court Rules Abu Ghraib Victims May Sue US Contractor
Ukraine's Poroshenko Scraps Ceasefire, Vows New Offensive
Tell the Imperial President: No More Wars!  by Patrick J. Buchanan
New US Demand on Iran Is a Diplomatic Ploy  by Gareth Porter
Dick Cheney's Outrageous Statements  by Ivan Eland
World War One Still Rages  by Doug Bandow
The Cauldron Doctrine  by Dan Sanchez
Obama Likes Secrets, Including Yours  by Steve Chapman

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For Iraq, Potential Leader With a Tarnished Past
Maliki's Political Opponents Maneuver to Unseat Him
The Road to Mosul: Searching for the Real ISIS
We Will Stand by ISIS Until Maliki Steps Down, Says Leader of Iraq's Biggest Tribe
ISIS Surrounds Air Base That Would House US F-16s
Iraq Warplanes: When Subsonic Is Faster Than Supersonic
US Accuses ISIL of Fighting to Destroy Iraq
Caliphate Declaration Shows Militants Threaten All Countries: Iraq Army
Iraq and the World
Iran Wrestles With Tough Choices in Iraq
Bataan Amphibious Assault Ship Heads to Persian Gulf
UN Chief Voices Grave Concern at Deepening Crisis in Iraq
Gold Lifts on Weak US Dollar, Iraq Concern
Hamas: Attack on Gaza Will 'Open Gates of Hell' on Israel
IDF Demolishes Home Belonging to Kidnap Suspect
Obama Condemns Three Teens' Murders 'in Strongest Possible Terms'
Football in Gaza: Resistance or Reprieve?
Iran Nuclear Talks Resume in Search of Final Deal
Netanyahu Warns West: Don't 'Surrender' to Iran in Nuclear Deal
Iran Resumes Auto Exports to Russia
Middle East
Two Killed in Gunbattle in Palestinian District of Beirut
Suspected Islamists Stage Attacks in Southern Yemen as Ramadan Begins
Presidential Race Highlights Erdogan's Reshaping of Turkish Politics
NATO Chief to Move Forces From US to Europe to Respond to Russia in Ukraine
Moscow Offers to Allow OSCE Observers at Russia-Ukraine Border Checkpoints
Russia Protests Over Shooting of Cameraman in Ukraine
Soviet-Era Bunkers Help Lugansk Residents Hide From Kiev Troop Shelling
Britain Dismisses Bakri Asylum Request and Claims of Torture
Russian Sailors Arrive in France for Amphibious Assault Ship Training
Italy Finds 30 Bodies in Migrant Boat
Dutch Islamist Radicals Becoming Elusive 'Swarm': Spy Service
The War at Home
Criminal Courts Tailored to Vets Multiply as Wars Wind Down
$58 Billion 'Emergency' Overseas Operations Spending Equals 5th Largest Federal Agency
Magic Money': DoD's Overseas Contingency Budget Might Dry Up
2007 State Dept's Blackwater Investigation Documents
Poll: Confidence in Government Plummets
Defense Still Has a Ways to Go on Procurement
NSA Chief Says Snowden Leaks Damaging but 'Sky Is Not Falling'
GAO: Pentagon Needs to Improve Climate Planning
Where Have All Pakistan's Militants Gone?
A Long History of Rebellion in the Mountains of Pakistan
Pakistan Army Begins Ground Offensive in North Waziristan Capital
Pakistan's Retired Army Chief Gen. Kayani Blocked Waziristan Invasion for Years
Report: 412 Militants, 17 Soldiers Killed in 2 1/2 Week Military Operation in NW Pakistan
China/Hong Kong
Four Charged Over Kunming Mass Knife Attack
China Communist Party Expels Former Head of State Asset Regulator: Xinhua
Mass Hong Kong Protest Looms as Democracy Push Gathers Steam
North Korea
North Korea to Put Two Detained US Men on Trial
The Stories of 12 Japanese Abducted by North Korea
Japan Poised to Ease Limits on Military in Landmark Shift
Thailand's Military Begins Overhaul of Electoral System
Suu Kyi Races to Change Myanmar Constitution Before 2015 Elections
Pretrial Detention Extended for Egyptians Who Protested Ban on Protests
Blasts Near Egypt's Presidential Palace Kill 2 Police Officers
Egypt Military Plans More Testing on Miracle 'HIV Cure' Device
Government Worker Killed in Second Blast in Somalia
China to Re-Open Embassy in Somalia Closed in 1991
UN Peacekeeper Killed, Six Others Injured in Mali Blast
Gunmen Kidnap Leading Libyan Islamist Party Figure
Kenyan Governor, Released on Bail, Says Is Innocent of Mass Killings
Chilean Court Rules US Had Role in Murders
At Least 22 Killed in Gunfight in Central Mexico
US Soldier Suspected of Murder in Panama Likely to Face Military Justice
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