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Dozens Escape Iraq Jail, 50 Inmates, 12 Cops Die
  Syrian Army, Hezbollah Oust Rebels From Qalamoun Village Outskirts
  Plan to Train Iraqi Tribal Fighters to Face ISIS Lifts Hopes in Anbar
More Than 100 Saudi-Led Air Strikes Hit Yemen
  Civilians 'Struggle to Flee' Saada Strikes
Officials: Foreign Fighters in Kunduz Attack
  Afghan Taliban 'Soften Stance' on Women's Rights: Activists
Debate Continues on Release of Gitmo Force-Feeding Tapes
Obama’s Petulant WWII Snub of Russia  by Ray McGovern
Following Paul Singer's Money, Argentina, and Iran  by Eli Clifton
Why Pam Geller's Muslim-Baiting Stunt Was a Big Fat Flop  by Peter Weber
Ben Cardin's Gambit
 by Philip Giraldi
North Korea: Evil, but Not a Terrorist State  by Doug Bandow
UN Battle to 'Shame' Israel Over Abuse of Children  by Jonathan Cook

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Kobani – a Symbol Forgotten
Syrian Troops Battle to Free Trapped Forces Near Idlib
Santorum: Bomb ISIS 'Back to the 7th Century'
With the Men Away Fighting, Women Take the Mantle of Community Leaders in Lebanon's Refugee Camps
China Says US Report on Its Military 'Distorts Facts'
China Negotiates Military Base in Djibouti
China Must Guard Against Japan's Denial of History: Army Paper
Maoists Kill One Villager, Release Others After 20 Hours in India
Kashmir: 14 Injured in Grenade Attack in Shopian District
North Korea
US Calls for North Korean Restraint After Missile Test Report
3 Police, 3 Alleged Islamists Killed in Egypt Clashes
Egypt Court Sentences Mubarak, Sons to Three Years in Jail
Egypt Seizes 'Pro-Muslim Brotherhood' Ex-Footballer's Assets
280 Marines Going to Central America
Trip to Cuba Represents Minnesota Orchestra's Revival
New Cartel Arises From Mexico's Assault on Big Drug Lords
Bedouin Families East of Jerusalem Face Forced Evacuation
US, EU Worry Over Controversial Bills Advancing in Knesset
Israeli Soldiers Wound 3 Palestinian Farmers in Southern Gaza
EU Slams Israeli Plans to Build in East Jerusalem
Scottish Nationalists Tell PM Cameron: Ignore Scottish Landslide at Your Peril
Britain's RAF Suspends Airbus A400m Flights After Spain Crash
US and Russian Servicemen March Together in Belarus on V-Day
Gunfire, Explosions in Macedonia as Police Pursue 'Armed Group'
Putin Shows Off New Weapons, Takes Swipe at US, at Huge Victory Day Rally
Spanish Military Plane Crashes Near Seville Airport
UN Agency Claims Hungarian Government 'Increasingly Vilifies' Refugees
Tens of Thousands Flee Fighting in South Sudan, Aid Groups Withdraw
Seven Bodies Found in DR Congo's Restless East
Libyans Urge Europe to Help Stem Migrant Flow
Moroccan Government Sues Authors of Report Accusing It of Spying
Americans Still Dying
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