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Updated December 28, 2014 - 11:22 PM EST
Experts Doubt N. Korea Was Behind Sony Hack
  North Korea Blames US as Internet, Mobile Network Knocked Out
As Syria Revolution Sputters, a Chaotic Stalemate
  How Assad's Regime Came Back in the Syrian Civil War in 2014
Graham: Senate To Vote on Iran Sanctions in Jan.
US Plagued by Doubts as It Exits Afghan War
US, Pakistani Strikes Kill 62 Islamic Militants
US Mission in Havana to Become Embassy Amid Thaw
A Former Ground Zero Sues the World's Nuclear Arsenals
The Middle East Harvests Bitter Imperialist Fruit  by Sheldon Richman
Finding Christmas Light in the Darkness of Bethlehem  by Michael Weeder
'Terrorism' Hysteria Over Sony Hack  by Paul R. Pillar
CIA Torture? For the Arab World, That's No Surprise  by Rachel Shabi

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Critical Decisions After 9/11 Led to Slow, Steady Decline in Quality for Secret Service
China to List Legal Places of Worship, 'Root Out' Illegal
Kurdish Cleric Among 31 Killed in Iraq
Syria Says Ready to Discuss Russian Plan to End the Crisis
US and Iran Are Aligned in Iraq Against ISIS – for Now
For Gay Syrians, Jihadist Threat Adds New Fear
Double Blow for Parents of Jihadists: Losing Children, Then Their Community
Lapid Plays Down Prime Ministerial Ambitions
Lapid: Netanyahu Didn't Have Courage to Demilitarize Gaza
Hamas Chief Lauds Turkey as 'Source of Power' for Muslims
Middle East
Turkey: 2 Killed in Clashes Between Rival Kurdish Groups
Bahrain Opposition Chief Re-Elected, Gets Summons
Ukraine Separatist Rebels Free More Soldiers
Russia Says to Supply Coal, Electricity to Ukraine
Ukraine Says Crimea Transport Halt Temporary
Separatists to Dominate Scotland in UK Election: Poll
Sweden to Scrap Planned 2015 Election
Belarus Replaces Prime Minister, Central Bank Head
Putin's Gamble on Reserves Backfires Into Currency Crisis
US Military
In 2015, Army Will Lose Nearly 20,000 Soldiers in Drawdown
Cruise Missile-Spotting Balloon Rises Over Maryland
Americans Still Dying
NYC Army Sergeant Killed by IED in Afghanistan
Battles, Attacks Kill 54 in Afghanistan
NATO Troops End One Afghanistan Mission, Start Another
India, Pakistan Border Guards Exchange Fire on Kashmir Border
Violence in Assam Keeps West Bengal on Edge
Militant Ambush Kills Pakistan Soldier in Dera Bugti
Female Pakistani Police Commandos Show Their Skills
Pakistan Schoolchildren to Get Civil Defense Training
Pakistani Man Gets 26 Years in Jail for Hoax Bomb Threats
Pakistan Court Issues Arrest Warrant for Red Mosque Cleric
Man From Ahmadi Religious Minority Killed in Pakistan After Muslim Leader Calls Them 'Enemy'
China, Vietnam to Address Maritime Disputes Without Using 'Megaphone Diplomacy'
Indonesian Police Detain 7 People Over Link to Islamic State
After Tsunami Recovery, Sharia Law Now Defines Aceh Province
Gunmen Kill Policeman in Cairo
Writer to Face Trial for 'Insulting Islam'
Egypt Reduces Sentences in Same-Sex Wedding Case
Top Al-Shabaab Militant Surrenders
Morocco Jails 10 in Terror-Linked Cases: State Media
Journalist Shot Dead in Eastern DR Congo
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