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Hawks Vow to Block Normalization of Cuba Ties
  Cuba's Castro Hails Prisoner Exchange With US, Praises Obama
  How Obama Will Relax US Cuba Policy
  Americans Are Ready to End the Cuban Embargo
US Airstrikes in Syria Plummet as Targets Dry Up
  Majority of Slain in Syria Civil War Were Pro-Assad Fighters
  Inside Iraq's 'Killing Zones'
Palestine, Jordan Submit Resolution for UN Vote
  Geneva Conventions Invoke Rights of Palestinians
US Blames North Korea for Hacking Sony
  North Korea Almost Certainly Did Not Hack Sony
  Panic Over 'Movie 9/11' Ends Planned Release of 'The Interview'
Nigeria: Boko Haram Kills 32, Kidnaps 185
US Drone Strike Targets Pak Taliban in Afghanistan, Kills 11
Inquiry Rejects Torture, Murder Charges Against UK Troops
The Obscenity of Respectable Politics  by Lucy Steigerwald
Is Govt Faithful to the Constitution?  by Andrew P. Napolitano
US Paid Torture Doctors Millions. Why Is It Last in the World in Punishing Them?  by Dr. Steven Miles
Obama's Cuba Opportunity  by Philip Peters
US TV Provides Ample Platform for Torturers, but None to Their Victims  by Glenn Greenwald
Torture and Impunity  by Amy Davidson

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Pakistan School Attack Puts Political Wrangling Put on Hold
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Colombia FARC Rebels Declare Indefinite Unilateral Truce
Canada PM Says Parliament Attacker May Not Have Been Lone Wolf
Haiti President Meets With Opposition Amid Unrest
Australia Orders Sweeping Investigation After Deadly Hostage Siege
The Torture Report
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Operation to Free Yazidi Town Begins; 131 Killed Across Iraq
Iraqi Sunnis at Risk in Battle Against ISIS
Iraq Kurds Launch Sinjar Offensive After Coalition Air Strikes
German Cabinet Agrees to Send Troops to Train Iraqi Kurds
Iraq Seeks One-Year Deferral on Gulf War Reparations
Syria Conflict: 230 Bodies 'Found in Mass Grave' in Deir Al-Zour
US Slaps Sanctions on Swiss, Dutch Companies Over Syria
Police Took 'Syria-Bound Girl' Off Plane on London Runway
Texas Plumber Has 'No Idea' How ISIS Militants Ended Up With His Old Truck
Israel, US Boycott Conference in Geneva for Palestinian Human Rights
EU Court Takes Hamas Off Terrorist Organizations List
Israel Warns EU Vote on Palestine Is Damaging to Peace
Israel Suffers Sharp Rebuffs From Europe
Palestinians Seek Arab Backing for UN Resolution
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Bennett Mocks 'Hipsters', Left in New Election Video
In Diplomatic Snub, Liberman Refuses Meeting With Swedish Counterpart
Israeli Arab Media Personality Set to Join Labor Party
On Arab Uprising Anniversary, US Back to Business as Usual With Egypt's Military
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54 Nigerian Soldiers Given Death Penalty for Mutiny
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