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Updated October 24, 2014 - 8:32 PM EDT
US: ISIS Makes Tens of Millions of Dollars Monthly
  Treasury Dept Threatens Sanctions on Buyers of ISIS Oil
  Lack of Intelligence on ISIS a Major Concern for US
Syrian Army Ousts al-Qaeda, Retakes Central Town
  150 Iraqi Kurdish Fighters Heading to Kobani
  Turkey Kidnapping Plot Adds to Concerns About US Troops There
  East of Kobani, Turkish Town Appreciates 'Peace' Brought by ISIS
Iraqi Defense Ministry: ISIS Using Chlorine Gas
Car Bomb Kills 30 Soldiers in Egypt's Sinai
Canada Shooter Sought to Travel to Syria
Rand Paul Sketches an Alternative to Hawks
'No Terror Connection' to Man Who Attacked NY Cops
Pakistan and Iran Exchange Mortar Fire on Border
USAID Tamped Down Internal Criticism Over Egypt Work
Tensions Rise as Hamas Leader Praises Jerusalem Killing
American Exceptionalism and Its Discontents  by David Bromwich
Pro-US Agenda Has Turned Canada Into a Target – and Divided Society  by Nelofer Pazira
Hollow Justice in an Age of Govt-Sanctioned Tyranny  by John Whitehead
John McCain's Terrorists  by Philip Giraldi
Citizenfour's Escape to Freedom in Russia  by Ray McGovern
The True History of Blowback in One Sentence  by William Rivers Pitt

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FBI Warns Media: Journalists 'Desirable Targets' for ISIS
ISIS Rakes in Donations on Twitter
Assange: Google Is Not What It Seems
Surge in Fighting Threatens Yemen's Survival
Guantanamo Prisoners in Protest Over Women Guards
US-Led Air Strikes Killed 521 Fighters, 32 Civilians in Syria: Monitor
Syrian Kurds Sign Power-Sharing Deal to Draw More Support
Al-Qaeda Chief Calls on ISIS to Spare Life of US Hostage
For Teen With Passport, Syria Trip Can Be Seamless
Another Town Falls to Isis; 114 Killed Across Iraq
US Officials: Iraqi Army Regrouping Slowly
ISIS Militants Seize Iraq Village, Press Assault on Yazidis
ISIS Gains Ground in Iraq's Anbar
US, Allies Stage 15 Air Strikes on ISIS in Iraq, Syria
Iran Offers All-Out Supports to Iraq's New Government
Blackwater Guards Deserve Death: Kins of Iraqi Victims
Iraqis React to Blackwater Verdict: 'I'm Surprised They Were Convicted at All'
Family of Jerusalem Light Rail Attacker Insists He Lost Control of Car
Israel Vows Crackdown After Palestinian Car Attack
PA Official: Israel Responsible for Jerusalem Violence
Police Bolsters Presence in East Jerusalem Following Deadly Attack
Why Jerusalem Tensions Have Reached a Boiling Point
Dozens of Far-Right Israeli Activists Protesting at Site of Light Rail Attack, 3 Arrested
PA: Netanyahu's Pinning of Jerusalem Terror Attack on Abbas Is 'A New Low'
PA Negotiator Vows to Press for Statehood
Bedouin Israeli Doctor Mysteriously Turns Jihadi
Israel's Defense Minister: Mideast Borders 'Absolutely' Will Change'
In UN Speech, Noam Chomsky Blasts US for Supporting Israel, Blocking Palestinian State
Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia: Women Jailed for Supporting Al-Qaeda
Saudi Arabia Warns Women Not to Join Protest Against Ban on Driving
Middle East
South Yemen Separatists Pledge to Intensify Protests
Iran Will Be Seen as Responsible if Nuclear Talks Fail: US
4 Killed in Clash After Lebanon Army Raid
Ukraine Rebels Vow to Take Back Cities
'What Vote?': Ukrainian Refugees in Russia Scorn Kiev Poll
Ukraine Appeals to WTO Over Russian Ban on Fruit and Vegetable Imports
Kosovo Pitches Peace Treaty, Recognition to Old Master Serbia
Adm. Jon Greenert Warns of Advanced Russian Submarine Development
The War at Home
Witnesses, Attorneys Forbidden From Saying 'Navy SEALs' at Silencers Trial
Blackwater Verdicts Seen as Watershed for Accountability in War Zones
Pro-Privacy Senator Wyden on Fighting the NSA From Inside the System
Russian Fighter Suspected of Terrorism and Held in Afghanistan to Be Prosecuted in US
US Admiral: 8-Month Deployments No Longer Sustainable
Nuclear Weapons Plant Protester Sentenced to 60 Hours of Community Service
Blowback in Canada
Canadian Police See No Apparent Links in Quebec, Ottawa Attacks
Canadian Gunman Was Hoping to Leave for Syria
Suspected Killer in Ottawa Shootings Had Religious Awakening
Ottawa Shooting: Michael Zehaf-Bibeau Not Among 90 Being Probed, RCMP Say
Canada's Anti-Terror Laws, and What Might Come Next
Canada's Spies Face Tough Questions After Militant Attacks
Bloody Day in Pakistan's Quetta Leaves 11 Dead
Pakistan Politician Escapes Suicide Attack in Quetta
In Kashmir, Some Black Flags but Few Signs of an ISIS Expansion
Indian Forces Continue Targeting Settlers in Charwah Sector
India Violating Pact, Constructing Bunkers Too Close to Working Boundary: Pakistan Foreign Office
UK Military 'Made Wrong Calculations' on Afghanistan
Armor 'Could Have Saved Australia Soldiers' in Afghanistan
Shift in Control of Kandahar Airfield the Latest Change in Afghanistan Military Drawdown
UN Rights Watchdog Calls for Open Elections in Hong Kong
China's Top Diplomat to Visit Vietnam Again Amid Sea Dispute
China Criticizes US Missile Defense Radar in Japan
China Does Not Rule Out Tibet Visit by UN Rights Chief
China's Guangdong to Ban Officials With Overseas Kin From Top Jobs
China Vows Better Rule of Law, but No Word of Disgraced Security Chief
China, Iran Defense Chiefs Vow Closer Military-To-Military Ties
North Korea Experts: US Must Apologize to Free Detainees
China Opposes Sending North Korea to International Court
US, South Korea Abandon Timeline for Shifting Control of Military Forces in Wartime
Libya FM Wants Tripoli Negotiations
Libya's Oil to Flow Despite Struggle Between Rival Governments
Some Libyans Are Looking Back to the Old Regime Despite Their Hatred for Gadhafi
Tunisia Militant Shootouts Kill 2 People
Ennahda Leader Says 'Tunisia Model' Way to Defeat ISIS
Sixty More Women and Girls Reported Kidnapped in Nigeria
Bomb Blast Kills Five at Bus Station in North Nigeria: Police
Gunmen Kill at Least 30 in New Central African Republic Attacks: UN
Somali Al-Shabab Court Stones Teenager to Death
Sudan's Bashir Calls Opponents to Talks
Egypt's Christians, Attacked for Supporting SISI, Patiently Await Payback
Equatorial Guinea Grants Political Amnesty Before Talks
Mexican Governor Steps Aside Over Disappearances
Mexican Security Forces Capture Wife of Top Drug Lord
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