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Updated November 3, 2014 - 11:29 PM EST
US-Backed Rebels Surrender to a United ISIS-Nusra
  Assad's Syria: Smaller, But With High Hope of Keeping Rebels Out
US Officials: Iraq Preparing for 'Spring Offensive'
  Over 6,700 Killed in Iraq During October
  ISIS Executes 322 in Purge of Pro-Govt Iraqi Tribe
  Shi'ites Head to Iraq's Karbala Under Jihadist Threat
  Kurds Push Into Oil-Rich North Iraq City on ISIS Frontier
Pentagon's Mega Spy Service Plans Pared Back
  Officials: Ferguson No-Fly Zone Was Aimed at Media
  The Green Monster: US Border Patrol Is Out of Control
Pakistan Blast Kills 60 on Border With India
Exit Polls Tap Rebel Leader as New East Ukraine President
Yemen Blocs, Including Houthis, Agree on New Govt
Israel Follows Egypt in Closing All Gaza Crossings
If Nuclear Negotiations With Iran Fail, US Will Be Blamed  by Muhammad Sahimi
Petraeus Spared Ray McGovern's Question  by Robert Parry
Don't Think of the Islamic State in Religious Terms  by Musa al-Gharbi
Foreign Policy and Electoral Politics  by Justin Raimondo
Disparate Outrage  by Scott McPherson
Congress Still Has No Idea How Much the NSA Spies on Americans  by Conor Friedersdorf

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Pew Poll: Israel Most Hated Country in Turkey
Israel to Allow Coca-Cola Into Gaza
Navy SEAL Author of No Easy Day Back With New Book, Despite Controversy
Where Is Jerusalem? How Boy's Passport Case Could Affect US Foreign Policy
Ashura Pilgrims Targeted by Bombers; 197 Killed, 104 Wounded
Canada Launches First Airstrikes on ISIS Targets in Northern Iraq
Iraqi Kurds Join Fight Against Islamic State in Kobani
Bomb Kills 14 Shi'ite Pilgrims in Baghdad's Sadr City
Global ISIS Reaction
Qatar Pares Support for Islamists but Careful to Preserve Ties
UK to Rehabilitate Ex-ISIS Fighters With 'Good Intentions'
For Obama and Xi, Fight Against ISIS a Brief Moment to Agree
Qaeda's Nusra Lays Out Conditions to Release Captured Lebanese Soldiers
Even Without a President, Lebanon Seen Surviving Turmoil for Now
Jordan's Abdullah: We Will Block 'Unilateral' Moves by Israel on Jerusalem
Far-Right Israeli MP Visits Al-Aqsa Compound, Defying Netanyahu
Amid Tensions, Israeli Lawmakers Push for More Jewish Access to Sacred Site
Police Chief Says Temple Mount to Stay Open to Jews
Netanyahu: Abbas Condolence Letter to Glick Shooter Is Act of Incitement
Syrian Civil War Splits Israeli-Arab Party
Hamas Opposes UN Reconstruction Plan for Gaza
Gunmen Kill Yemeni Liberal Party Leader
US Asks UN to Blacklist Ex-Yemen President, Rebel Leaders
Bahrain Releases Prominent Activist Rajab, Next Hearing January 20
Mexico Charges Seven Soldiers in Deaths of Suspected Gang Members
Argentina Asks Spain to Arrest 20 Franco-Era Officials
Burkina Faso
Army Clears Protesters, Fires Warning Shots in Burkina Faso
Burkina Army Tightens Grip as Protesters Denounce Power Grab
Burkina Faso Crisis: Army Promises 'Transition Body'
'One Game Too Far': the Downfall of Burkina Faso's President
Boko Haram Leader Appears in Video Ridiculing Nigerian Government's Ceasefire Claims
Mali Says 2 Soldiers Killed by Explosive Device
Egyptian Journalists Protest Editors' Pledge Not to Criticize State
Suspected Separatists Attack Barracks, Police Camp on Kenya's Coast
Sudan's Opposition Congress Party Says to Boycott Elections
China/Hong Kong
Police Reputation and Morale at Stake in Hong Kong Protests
China Successfully Develops Drone Defense System
Chinese Submarine Docks in Sri Lanka Despite Indian Concerns
India Side Not Affected by Blast at Border Crossing With Pakistan: Indian Official
Abu Sayyaf Militants Kill 6 Filipino Soldiers
Death for Bangladesh Islamist Leader Guilty of War Crimes
Army Cadet Selling Poppies Burned in Aerosol Attack in Manchester
Germany 'Would Accept UK Exit From EU' to Protect Migration Rules
Scotland to Become Independent 'Within 20 Years', Says Defeated Nationalist Leader
EU Calls East Ukraine Vote Obstacle to Peace, Won't Recognize It
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Federal Agencies Just Doing Whatever They Want Now

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Public Unease Over Remote Threats

Nebojsa Malic
Two Parades and a Drone

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

Ran HaCohen
Yet Another War of Deceit

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