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US-Led Air Strikes in Syria Kill 10 Civilians
  Al-Qaeda Endorses ISIS, Suggesting Shifting Sentiment
  US Struggles in Hunt for Syrian Allies
  Analysis: US Airstrikes Against ISIS Have Hurt Moderate Rebels
Iraq Approves New Defense, Interior Ministers
  Iraq's New Interior Minister Opens Door to Militia and Iranian Influence
  Iraq Opens Air Passage for Anti-ISIS Coalition, Excluding UAE
  294 Are Killed Across Iraq Saturday
Pentagon Readying for Long War in Iraq, Syria
  Despite Public's War Weariness, US Defense Budget May Rise
Ukraine Confirms Winter Gas Deal With Russia
US Soldiers Get Just 4 Hours of Ebola Training
Dozens Dead in Yemen as Shi'ite Rebels Fight Sunnis
What ‘Democracy’ Really Means in US Jargon: Latin America Edition  by Glenn Greenwald
History of Key Document in IAEA Probe Suggests Israeli Forgery  by Gareth Porter
Squinting at Vietnam War  by Bruce Fein
Recognizing Palestine  by John Feffer
Flying Blind: The USAF's Friendly Fire Machine  by Andrew Cockburn
James Risen Won't Let the US Fear-Mongering Machine Win in Secret  by Trevor Timm

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Spying and Secrets
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Senior NSA Official Moonlighting for Private Cybersecurity Firm
The NSA's Moonlighting Problem
'I'm Not Going Away': James Risen Unloads to Salon About His Government Foes
US Government Fines Intel's Wind River Over Crypto Exports
Cops Need a Warrant to Grab Your Cell Tower Data, Florida Court Rules
Anxious Wait for Nigeria Girls After Boko Haram 'Deal'
Nigeria, Boko Haram to Discuss Terms to Free Schoolgirls
'Copycat' Boko Haram Fighters Mount Deadly Attacks After Nigeria 'Ceasefire'
DR Congo
Violence in DR Congo Kills 21, Mostly Women, Children
UN Envoy Leaves DR Congo After Being Declared Persona Non Grata
US, Four European Countries Call for End to Violence in Libya
Tunisian PM Tells Libya to Look for Kidnapped Journalists
Madagascar Police Disperse Pro-Ravalomanana Rally With Teargas
Wife of Jailed Madagascar Ex-Leader Calls on Country to 'Rise Up'
Ex-Rebel Leader Pledges Peace After Disputed Mozambique Vote
Observers: Mozambique Elections Declared Free and Fair
UN Urges Mali Peace Accord at Algiers Talks
Official Says at Least 2 Egyptian Troops Killed When Tunnel Along Egypt-Gaza Border Collapses
Sudan Considers Arming, Training South Sudan Rebels, Leaked Document Says
Morocco Summons Algeria Ambassador Over Citizen Shot in the Face on the Border
Weekend Reviews: Citizenfour
Gripping Snowden Documentary Offers Portrait of Power, Paranoia, and One Remarkable Man
Citizenfour: Laura Poitras' Secret Snowden Documentary Is Electric
A Portrait of the Whistleblower as a Young Man
Edward Snowden Tells His Side of the Story in the Real-Life Thriller Citizenfour
Citizenfour Review: 'Everybody Needs to See It'
The Snowden Documentary Shows That Only Government Transparency Can Stop Leaks
Americans Still Dying
Fortunately, No US Soldiers Were Reported Killed This Week
New Iraq Ministers Selected, as 294 Are Killed
UN Security Council Pushes for Expanded Campaign Against ISIS
Neighbor Against Neighbor: Arab-Kurdish Bonds Torn Asunder
Photos: Kurds Confused in Fog of War
A Train Ride Through Time: From Iraq's Checkered Past Into an Uncertain Future
Kurds Thwart New Jihadist Bid to Cut Off Syria Town
UN: Lebanon Blocks Syrian Refugees From Entering
Lebanon Pulled Into War With ISIS
Yemen's Rebels Attack Home of Islamist, 12 Killed
Yemen Agrees New Ceasefire After Ibb Fighting
Saudi Arabia
Gunfire in Saudi Arabia Triggers Oil Pipeline Blaze
Shooting in Eastern Saudi After Cleric's Death Sentence
Roadside Bombing Kills District Police Chief, Wounds 4 in Afghanistan
2 More Blasts Kill 3, Wound 8 in Afghanistan
New Afghan President Ghani Hosts Turkey's Erdogan in Kabul
Sharif Government to Resume Talks With Qadri
Any Aggression Against Pakistan Will Get a Befitting Response: General Raheel
Bilawal Bhutto Begins Political Journey With Mammoth Rally in Karachi
China/Hong Kong/NK
US and China Look to Manage Differences, Cooperate Against Threats
Police, Protesters Again Clash in Hong Kong, Putting Talks at Risk
Inside China's Gateway to North Korea
Kadena Contractor, Airman Found Dead on Okinawa
Japan Ministers Visit War Dead Shrine Day After Abe Sends Offering
Indonesia to Inaugurate First President Without Ties to Ex-Dictator
Polish Army Officer, Civilian Charged With Spying for Russia
Two Ukrainian Soldiers Killed in Fighting
Soldiers' Rights Activist Jailed in Russia
Castro: Cuba Would Cooperate With US Against Ebola
Mexico Gang Boss Held in Missing Student Case
Maduro Supporters, Foes Stage Rival Protests in Polarized Venezuela
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