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Updated September 24, 2014 - 11:26 PM EDT
US Airstrikes in Syria Don't Slow ISIS Offensive
  Pentagon: ISIS Will Rebound From US Airstrikes
  US Attacks Spark Refugee Flight From Raqqa
Khorasan: New US Enemy Came Out of Nowhere
  EU Counter-Terror Chief: '3,000 European Jihadis' Now in Syria, Iraq
Syria Strikes Are First Step of a Years-Long War
  US Strikes Target Syria but Pentagon Insists Focus Remains on Iraq
  US: Syria Strikes Legal Because We Did It for Iraq
ISIS Forces America to Change Tack on Assad
  Algerian Pro-ISIS Jihadist Group Beheads French Hostage
  Israel Shoots Down Syrian Warplane Along Border
  Syrian Rebels Freed ISIS Militants for Release of Turkish Hostages
ISIS Complicates Iran's Nuclear Focus at UN
  US Informed Iran Ahead of ISIS Strikes in Syria
Yemen President: Danger of Civil War After Houthi Takeover
High Cost of Bad Journalism on Ukraine  by Robert Parry
The Year Ray Rice Knocked Out Common Decency  by Guy Somerset
Obama's War Policy Is Evidence of an Over-Powerful Executive  by Bonnie Kristian
A Murderous 'Modernity'  by Justin Raimondo
Senate Torture Report Vanishes  by Philip Giraldi
National Security, Patriotism, and Treason  by Jacob G. Hornberger

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FBI Gags State and Local Police on Capabilities of Cellphone Spy Gear
US Creates Korean Land Mine Exception
New Video in ISIS 'Lecture Series' by John Cantlie
Secret Service Interviewed Accused Intruder Twice
India Claims Chinese Troops in Tense Himalayan Standoff
ISIS and America
Holder: US Raised Airport Security Due to Threat From Khorasan Group
US Security Officials Issue Bulletin on Syria-Based Threat
Congress Under Pressure to Vote on Syria
Jimmy Carter: US Bombing of ISIS 'Likely to Kill More Civilians' Than Fighters
Rep. Barbara Lee Opposes 'Blank Check' for 'Endless War'
Democratic Senator: Pentagon Will Need More Funds to Fight ISIS
Global ISIS Reaction
Around World, Mixed Reactions to US-Led Airstrikes in Syria
France Pledges to Keep Fighting ISIS Despite Algeria Hostage Threats
France Rules Out Air Strikes in Syria
Erdogan Says Turkey May Give Military Support to US-Led Coalition
Red Cross Says US Coalition Must Uphold Rules of War in Syria Strikes
Iraqi Refugees in Neighboring Countries Increase Sharply
UN Security Council Blacklists Foreign Fighters, Recruiters
Azerbaijan Nabs 26 Alleged Militants
Australian 'Terror Suspect' Killed in Melbourne
Briton Held by ISIS Sends Audio Message to Family
Saudi Arabia Confirms Role in Strikes Against ISIS in Syria
Hezbollah Leader Nasrallah Opposes US-Led Action in Syria
Kosovo Tries to Stem Flow of ISIS Recruits
UN Chief Welcomes Airstrikes in Syria
Ukraine Conflict Death Toll Soars Past 3,000: UN
Ukraine Crisis: Rebels Declare Early Poll Date
Putin Warns Ukraine Against Implementing EU Deal
Kremlin Internet Plans Could Endanger Free Speech: Watchdog
Russian MPs Back Initial Proposal to Curb Foreign Media Ownership
Russia Will Add 80 New Warships to Black Sea Fleet: Fleet Commander
Qatar Says It's Not a Gas 'Alternative' to Russia
China/Hong Kong
Former Hong Kong Chief Secretary Says He Accepted Secret Payoff From Beijing
Hong Kong Students Escalate Pro-Democracy Protest
China Jails Prominent Uighur Academic Ilham Tohti for Life
Bomb Kills Three in Peshawar
Imran Credits Public Pressure for Pakistan Electoral Commission's Poll Rigging Admission
Ghani 'Seen Moving Quickly to Sign Pact on Foreign Forces' in Afghanistan
Courting Vietnam, US Prepares to Ease Arms Embargo
New Laos Web Decree Bans Criticism of Government Policy: Media
With Suu Kyi Blocked, Her Myanmar Party Eyes Ex-General for President
Mexican Lawmaker Feared Dead After Burned Bodies Found in Truck
Televisa Reporter Fired After Video Catches Him Taking Cash From Mexican Drug Lord
US Dives Into Syria
US-Led Air Strikes Kill at Least 70 ISIS Fighters: Monitor
Why the US-Syria Coalition Doesn't Look That Impressive
As War Against ISIS Expands Army Getting Ready to Deploy Division Headquarters to Iraq
Syrian Kurds Want to Coordinate With US on ISIS Fight
Why Does the US Like Iraq's Kurds but Not Syria's?
Tomahawk Missiles the Latest US Weapon Used Against ISIS
F-22 Raptors Fly Into Combat for the First Time With Syrian Airstrikes Against ISIS
Some Syrian Rebels Fear US Strikes Will Help Assad
Assad Backs All Efforts to Fight Terrorism
Syria Informed in Advance of US-Led Airstrikes Against Islamic State
Syrian Airstrike Kills 10 Rebels Near Lebanon Border
Syrian Troops Kill 18 Rebels in Idlib Province
US: Syria Failed to Confront ISIS Havens
Syria Says Iraq Briefs Assad on Fight Against 'Terrorism'
Irish Peacekeeping Troops Given Go-Ahead to Continue UN Mission in Strife-Torn Golan Heights
Iraq Generals Fired After Bungled Rescure; 103 Killed Today
Iraq PM Abadi Retires Two Top Generals After ISIS Conquests
Iraq Exports More Oil From Southern Terminals Far From Conflict
Iran Nuclear Deal Would Boost Cooperation, Rouhani Says
Iran Says Nuclear Suspicions Are 'Fabricated Ambiguities'
British PM to Hold First Direct Talks With Iran's President Since 1979
Israel Says Its Troops Kill Hamas Men Accused of Slaying Teens
The Cracked Myth of Israel's Intel Control in West Bank
Egyptian-Mediated Gaza Talks to Resume in Late October
Mossad Takes Hunt for Foreign Spies and Informants Online
Abbas Will Seek UN Resolution on Israeli Pullout
Arab States Circulate Resolution Expressing Concern About Israel's Nuclear Capabilities
Yemen Rebel Chief Hails Takeover in Capital as 'Revolution'
Yemeni Shi'ite Rebel Leader Vows to Fight Al-Qaeda
Drone Crashes in South Yemen: Witnesses
Algeria Hunts for Kidnapped Frenchman, Paris Says No Deals
Libya Asks Chemical Weapons Watchdog to Remove Stockpile
South Africa Makes Nuclear Deal With Russia
Nigeria Army Back-Tracks on Chibok Schoolgirls' Release
Journalist Freed in Somalia After 3 Years
Ghana Files Arbitration Suit Over Border Dispute With Ivory Coast
The War at Home
Eric Cantor Subpoenaed in Bank of China Terror Financing Case
Alaska Rejects Army Offer of 8 Free Demilitarized Cargo Planes
NYC Officials Denounce Anti-Islam Transit Ads
Bin Laden Son-In-Law Sentenced to Life in Prison
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Of Motes and Beams

Ran HaCohen
Yet Another War of Deceit

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