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Yemen Chaos Throws a Wrench in US Drone War
  Yemen Government in Chaos as Houthis Assert Power
  How al-Qaeda's Biggest Enemy Took Over Yemen
  US Won't Release Gitmo Detainees to Yemen
Hagel Doubts State Dept Claim of 6,000 ISIS Killed
  As Oil Prices Plunge, Iraq Seeks Arms on Credit
  Japan Says Efforts to Contact ISIS About Hostages Have Failed
Barrett Brown Gets 63 Months for Linking to Hacked Material
  Sterling Closing Arguments: Who Is the Hero, Who Is the Storyteller?
Ukraine Fighting Escalates, Rebels Reclaim Donetsk Airport
Saudi King's Death Sets Up Complex Succession Process
Obama Tells Netanyahu: Don't Push Congress on Sanctions
The Epochal Consequences of Woodrow Wilson's War  by David Stockman
Washington's Walking Dead  by Tom Engelhardt
Casey vs. Kyle: On Bloodlust, Loss, and Wars of Choice  by Cindy Sheehan
The Great Iran Debate  by Justin Raimondo
Against Terrorism – But for What?  by Patrick J. Buchanan
David Petraeus's Double Standard  by Kelley Vlahos

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Head of Gitmo Bay Navy Base Fired Amid Probe
US Moving Personnel Out of Yemen
'Profound Differences' but US, Cuba to Meet Again
West Virginia Bill Would Block Unconstitutional National Guard Deployments
118 Killed in Iraq, Tribal Fighters Threaten to Quit Battle in Anbar
Coalition Aircraft Pound ISIS-Controlled Areas in Northern Iraq
UK Foreign Minister: Coalition Needs Two Years to Expel ISIS From Iraq
Hagel Disputes Iraq Leader's Weapons, Training Complaints
In Mosul, ISIS Turns Captured City Into Fortress
Canada Government 'Did Not Put Limits' on Special Forces in Iraq: Defense Minister
French to Send 40 Troops to Train Iraqi, Kurdish Forces

Iraqi Sniper: The Legendary Insurgent Who Claimed to Have Killed Scores of American Troops

Saudi Arabia
New Saudi Ruler King Salman Bin Abdulaziz
Saudi Arabia's New Yemen Strategy: Get Behind a Fence
Saudi Arabia Postpones Flogging of Raif Badawi for Second Time
Oil Prices Spike on News of King Abdullah's Death
Iranian Vice President Under Ahmadinejad Jailed for Five Years
Ayatollah Khamenei Writes Letter to Western Youth
India Asks Refiners to Cut Iran Oil Imports Ahead of Obama Visit
Court Orders Release of Activist
Obama to Join Modi on Radio Phone-In During India Trip
US Navy Container Ship Carrying Troops Runs Aground Off Okinawa
Dozens Dead, 7,000 Arrested as Violence Rocks Bangladesh
Sri Lanka's Once-Powerful Ex-President Faces Backlash
'Bali Nine' Ringleader Andrew Chan Denied Clemency in Indonesia
Pakistan's Sharif Pulls Out of Davos Amid Fuel Crisis
Cambodia's Freewheeling Internet Lands Autocratic Hun Sen in Quandary
Mexico Removes Security Envoy From Troubled Michoacan
US Envoy Expresses Hope for Normalized Bolivia Ties
The War at Home
Lawyer for Aussie Ex-Detainee in Gitmo Says US Agrees He Is Innocent
Mom of Soldier Electrocuted in Iraq Base Shower Hails Supreme Court Ruling
Foreign Secretary: Britain at 'Very Significant' Risk of Attack by ISIS
Britain Announces New Powers for Scotland, Edges Toward Federalism
Eight Civilians Killed in Shelling of Ukraine Trolleybus: Officials
Georgians in Ukraine Fight Shadow War
US Military Bolsters Security at European Bases
Russia Accuses Poles of 'Mockery of History' Over Auschwitz
Libyan Rival Parliament Suspends UN-Sponsored Peace Talks
Gunmen Kill Security Chief in Sirte, Libya
Libyan Fighters Seize Benghazi Branch of Central Bank
UN Condemns Attack on Libyan Central Bank, Demands Inquiry
Libyan Oil Workers Demand Release of Kidnapped Official
Small Protest Dispersed in Cairo Ahead of Revolt Anniversary
2 Injured in Explosion Around Egypt's Presidential Palace
Egypt's High Court Orders Re-Trial of Policemen Linked to 37 Deaths
Sons of Hosni Mubarak Released Pending Retrial
At Least 12 Dead in Congo in Protests Over Electoral Law
South Sudan Govt and Rebels Agree to Re-Unify Political Party
2 Killed in South Africa Riots
Nigeria's Campaign vs. Boko Haram Hampered by 'Cowards': Top Presidential Aide
Bomb Explodes Near Turkish Delegation in Somalia Day Before President's Visit
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