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Pentagon Confirms US Airstrike Against Somalia
NATO Touts Afghan War 'End,' to New, US-Led War
  Obama's Lists: Dubious History of Targeted Killings in Afghanistan
Experts Doubt N. Korea Was Behind Sony Hack
  North Korea Blames US as Internet, Mobile Network Knocked Out
How Iraq's 50,000 'Ghost Soldiers' Run Their Scam
  Iranian General Killed by Sniper Fire in Iraq
  In Battle to Defang ISIS, US Targets Its Psychology
Prying Eyes: Inside NSA War on Internet Security
Republican Senate Eyes Veto-Proof New Iran Sanctions
Pakistan PM Vows to Eradicate Terrorism at Any Cost
Hungary Speaker Says US Plots to Create New Liberal Party
2014: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly  by Justin Raimondo
The Real Meaning of the 1914 Christmas Truce  by Ron Paul
America's Toxic Middle East Allies  by John Glaser
US Looks to Israel to Justify Torture  by Vijay Prashad

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Qatar Scales Back Role in Middle East Conflicts
German DM's Fingerprint Copied by Computer Club
Algeria Calls for OPEC to Cut Production
That Debt From 1720? Britain's Payment Is Coming
In US-Cuba Prisoner Swap, Mystery Surrounds the Unnamed 53
Iranian General Among 292 Killed in Iraq
Iraqi PM Calls for Regional Cooperation to Defeat Terrorism
McCain: 'We Are Literally Doing Everything the Iraqi Government Has Requested'
Syria to Discuss Russia Peace Plan Talks
ISIS Executed Nearly 2,000 People in Syria in Six Months: Monitor
Rights Group Says ISIS Killed 120 Foreign Fighters in Syria
Desperate for Soldiers, Assad's Government Imposes Harsh Recruitment Measures
Middle East
Yemen General Escapes Deadly 'Qaeda' Blast
For Children in Turkish Refugee Camps, School's Out
Bahrain Detains the Head of the Main Al-Wefaq Opposition Group
Libya's 'Official' Government Conducts Air Strikes on Misrata
Libya Appeals for Foreign Firefighters to Help Tackle Blaze at Oil Port
Libya FM: Extremists Seek to Capture Oil Resources
Egypt to Try 15 Students in Military Courts Over Violence
Egypt Reduces Sentences for 23 Young Activists for Protesting: Sources
South Sudan: 40 Dead in Lakes State Inter-Clan Battle
Boko Haram Militants Stage Attacks in Northern Cameroon
The War at Home
NYPD Chief: Cops Feel 'Under Attack' From Feds
Ferguson Police Spokesman Suspended After 'Trash' Remark
Military Police Investigating Possible Crimes in Gaza War
Report: Israeli Troops Fire on Palestinians Protesting Near Border Fence With Gaza
Jewish Settler Runs Over Palestinian Child in West Bank, Flees
Anti-Arab Group Poses Legal, Political Dilemma for Israel
American Arrested in Israel to Be Held Until End of Trial
Hamas Bars Gaza Youths Bereaved in War From Visiting Israel
After Split With Shas, Yishai Releases 'Doomsday Weapon' Tape
Hamas Left Out of Loop on UN Draft Proposal, Official Charges
Ukraine Turns Off Reactor at Nuclear Plant After 'Accident'
Ukraine's Parliament Approves Austerity Laws Needed for Draft Budget
Twitter User Claims Daily Mail Story of White British Jihadi Is a Hoax
Exit Polls: Croatia Presidency Candidates in Close Race
Around an Invisible Leader, Taliban Power Shifts
Philippine Plan to Build Base for US Military Criticized
South Korea Nuclear Operator Says Cyberattacks Continue, Reactors Safe
India: One Woman Killed, 3 Injured in IED Blast on Busy Bangalore Street
Postwar Sri Lanka's Awkward Peace
Myanmar's Largest City Holds First Elections in 60 Years
Mexico Calls for Larger, More Diverse UN Security Council
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2014: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Lucy Steigerwald
Playing the Christmas Truce

Ivan Eland
Defending Torture Is Indefensible

Nebojsa Malic
Why We Fight

David R. Henderson
Questioning the Powerful

Ran HaCohen
Yet Another War of Deceit

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