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Pentagon: Quarantine Returning Ebola Troops
  Thousands More US Troops Headed to Fight Ebola
ISIS Expulsion Leads to Iraq Revenge Killings
  Missiles of ISIS May Pose Peril for US Aircrews
  The Hybrid Ideology of the Islamic State
  Sunday Iraq Battles Leave 238 Dead
Iraqi Peshmerga Won't Enter Syria's Kobani
  Oil Gives Kurds a Path to Independence, and Conflict With Baghdad
  ISIS to Send Top Commander to Kobani as Border Push Stalls
Jordan Warns Israeli Settlements Threaten Treaty
  Israeli DM Denies US Dispute, Then Lashes 'Western Ignorance'
  Ya'alon Bans Palestinians From Israeli-Run Bus Lines in West Bank
Feds Identify Suspected 'Second NSA Leaker'
Yemen's Houthis Seize Key al-Qaeda Stronghold
Ukraine Vote Cements Rule of Pro-Western Govt
NATO Vows Long-Term Air Support for Afghan War
'We Can’t Have Perpetual War': The Realism of Rand Paul  by Justin Raimondo
Once-Peaceful Canada Turns Militaristic – Blowback Follows  by Ron Paul
Obama Still Does a Good Imitation of Bush  by Sheldon Richman
Why Do We Keep Thanking the Troops?  by Rory Fanning & Nick Turse
Treating Putin Like a Lunatic  by Robert Parry
How US Reacts When Citizens Killed by Israelis, Palestinians  by Glenn Greenwald

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CIA Blames Torture Report Delays on Senate
Pentagon Builds Units to Transport Ebola Patients
Nurse Tests Negtive for Ebola, Held in Unheated Tent
Canada Gunman Video 'Shows Ideological and Political Motives'
Iraqi Kurds to Offer Artillery Support, Not Direct Combat, in Kobani
Erdogan Says Syrian Kurds 'Don't Want' Peshmerga in Kobani
Rogers: Can't Rule Out Boots on the Ground in Syria
More US Strikes Near Kobani as Deadlock Persists Over Peshmerga Support
From Dumb Bombs to Precision Weapons, Syrian Regime Ramps Up Airstrikes on Rebels
ISIS Sends Chechen Commander to Kobani
More Than 800 Killed in 40 Days of Clashes in Syrian City of Kobani
ISIS Hostages Face Waterboarding
Turkish Army Scuffles With Journalists at Kobani Border
Turkish Military Tear-Gasses Observers at Kobani Border
Fighting in Lebanon Rages for 3rd Day Between Military, Sunni Militants
A Lebanese Battle With Syrian Overtones
Decision to Combat Terror Supersedes All Else, Lebanese PM Says
Sunday Iraq Battles Leave 238 Dead
Tehran's Man in Iraq Resurfaces in New Picture
Christians of Mosul Find Haven in Jordan
The Blackwater Trial: A Shameful Case Exposes a Murky World
Global ISIS Reaction
ISIS Recruiting Canadians
Downton Abbey's Pet Dog ISIS to Be Killed Off
Brother of Portsmouth ISIS Fighter Charged Under Terrorism Act
Egyptian Media to Limit Criticism of Government
Egypt to Ask Allies for Help After Deadly Sinai Attacks
Egypt, After Sinai Attacks, Postpones Talks on Gaza's Future
Egypt Activists Jailed for Three Years for 'Illegal Protest'
Palestinian Militants From Gaza Behind Sinai Attacks, Egyptian Official Says
More Heavy Fighting in Libya's Benghazi, Week's Death Toll Rises to 130
At Least 17 Killed in Suspected Boko Haram Attack in Nigeria
Tunisians in Historic Vote Spurred by Arab Spring
Somali President, Prime Minister Spar Over Cabinet Reshuffle
Sudan's Bashir Wins Party Backing for Vote, Set to Extend 25 Year Rule
Palestinian Family Says It Has Proof Boy Shot by IDF Troops Posed No Threat
Report: Netanyahu May Increase Settlement Activity to Gain Political Calm
Israel Beats Out US for $525 Million Arms Sale to India
Continuous Invasions by Settlers Spoil the Joy of Palestinians' Olive Harvest
Ecuadorean Woman Dies of Injuries From Driver Attack in Israel
Abbas Asks US to Stop Israeli 'Escalations' in East Jerusalem
Israeli Schools Cancel Trips as Tensions Rise in Jerusalem
Family of Man Behind Car Attack Accepts Israel Burial Terms
Middle East
Ten Civilians Killed as Yemeni Houthis Advance Into Qaeda Stronghold
Iran Frees Leading Human Rights Campaigner After Short Detention
Insurgents Kill 4 Afghan Police Officers
Afghan War Amputees Face Cruel Stigma and Dire Poverty
North Korea
Richardson Says 'US-North Korea Relationship in Bad Shape'
At UN, China Asked to Back Rights Case Against North Korea
Pakistani Military Says Jets Kill 18 Militants
Hong Kong Protesters Scrap Vote on Government Proposals
Thousands Attend Kashmir Solidarity Rally in London
US Official Urges Vietnam to Improve Human Rights
Taiwan Eyes Homegrown Submarines After 13-Year Wait on US Deal
Singaporean Grilled in Indonesia for Exporting US Bomb Devices to Iraq
In Wake of Canada Attacks, Toronto Police Drill for Disaster
Brazil's Rousseff Narrowly Wins Second Term
Protesters Rally in Haiti Capital Demanding Vote
Uruguay's Ruling Party Candidate Says Presidential Vote Headed to Runoff
The War at Home
In Cold War, US Spy Agencies Used 1,000 Nazis
Wisconsin Cops Deploy Armored Vehicle to Collect Fines From 75-Year-Old Man for Messy Land
Peace Prize Laureates Urge Disclosure on US Torture
All the NSA Will Say About Its Alarmingly Entrepreneurial Top Spy Is That She's Resigning
West Point Football Team Recruited Athletes With Booze, Women
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Two Parades and a Drone

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The Drug War Doesn't Work Abroad Either

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Turkey’s Reluctance to Help Against ISIS Should Be a Red Flag

David R. Henderson
Richard Epstein's Faulty Case for Intervention

Ran HaCohen
Yet Another War of Deceit

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