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US Warships Head to Yemen to Join Blockade
  Houthi: Saudi Goal Is Occupation of Yemen
  Wartime Climate in Saudi Puts Calls for Reform on Hold
  Yemeni General Claims Thousands of Troops Support Saudis
Humanitarian Crises Mount Across Iraq
  Kurdish Forces Expanding Their Territory Around Kirkuk
  Oil Refinery at Baiji Secured, but Iraq Fighting Still Rages at Ramadi
Iran Leader: US Uses Nuke Myth to Justify Threats
  Graham: 'Snowball's Chance in Hell' Congress Approves Iran Deal
ISIS Video Shows Killing of 30 Ethiopia Christians
Putin Warns Israel Against Arming Ukraine
CIA Stopped Miami Herald Scoop on Bay of Pigs
Saudis Pour Oil on the Mideast Fire  by Anthony F. Shaker
US Hasn't Helped Kiev's 'Endless Dysfunction'  by Michael S. Rozeff
How NBC Knowingly Let Syria Rebels' False War Propaganda Stand for Years  by Ali Gharib
Our Enemies, the Saudis  by Justin Raimondo
'There Are Still Judges…'  by Uri Avnery
No Cigar: Obama's Cuba Critics Are Dead Wrong  by Ted Galen Carpenter

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Congress' Watchdog Thinks America Can't Afford F-35
Battlefield 2016
Possible Presidential Candidate Jim Webb Opposes Iran Deal
GOP Hopefuls Clash Over US Foreign Policy
Chafee Won't Let Clinton Forget Iraq as He Weighs 2016 Bid
Rubio Blasts Clinton: No 'Meaningful' Foreign Policy Wins
Graham: 91 Percent Chance He'll Seek Presidency
GOP Hopefuls Divided on Cotton Claim That Attack on Iran Would Be Over in 'Several Days'
Afghanistan Braces for Violence as ISIS Makes Presence Felt
Iran, Afghanistan to Cooperate Over ISIS
Sufi Muhammad Acquitted in 16 Terrorism Cases
Why Are We Sending This Attack Helicopter to Pakistan?
Chinese President to Launch Economic Corridor Link in Pakistan
Amid Tensions, CIA Chief Pays Surprise Visit to Egypt
Egypt Brotherhood Trial Relied on Single Testimony: Human Rights Watch
Faced With Myriad Challenges, Egyptians Are Promised a New Capital
Kenya Official: I Did Not Cause Delay in Ending Attack
UN Frees 21 Herders Enslaved by Militia in Central African Republic
Media Reports Say Mexican Police Were Involved in January Killings
Mexico Says Captures Juarez Cartel Leader
UN Anti-Crime Commission's Future Uncertain in Guatemala
Gunmen Kill Eight Supporters of Brazilian Soccer Club
Yemen Rebel Leader Vows Not to Surrender Amid Strikes
Pro-Government Fighters Make Headway in Yemen's Aden
Houthi Leader Accuses Saudi Arabia of Seeking to Occupy Yemen
Israel Benefiting From Saudi 'Dirty' War on Houthi Rebels, Senior Iranian Politician Says
Militants Execute Iraq Civilians; 208 Killed Overall
UN: Recent Fighting in Anbar Displaced at Least 90,000
Iraqi Shi'ite Militia Says DNA Tests Prove Saddam Aide Dead
Mother, Five Children Killed in Syria Bombardment: Monitor
UK Police Appeal to 'Syria-Bound' Slough Family
Despite Victory, Israeli Leader Struggling to Form Coalition
Arab Guest Houses in Israel Thriving Under the Radar
Middle East
Lebanon Resumes Hostage Talks With ISIS
Jordan Hosts International Competition of Anti-Terror Squads
So Much to Settle to Reopen the Turkish-Armenian Border
Poland to Summon US Ambassador Over FBI Head's Holocaust Remarks
Copenhagen Police Find Almost a Dozen Notes Around City Warning of Terrorist Attack
Both Opposition Candidates Concede Defeat in Cuban Vote
Seeking Business, Cuomo Heads to Cuba With a New York Trade Delegation
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