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Updated June 24, 2015 - 11:05 PM EDT
US to Position Tanks, Artillery on Russian Border
NATO Poised to Announce Return to Iraq
  Sen. Cotton Furious That US Troops in Iraq Share Base With Shi'ites
  Iraqi Commanders Urge New Tactics as Baiji Offensive Stalls
  ISIS Hypes New Coins, Says Circulation to Begin Soon
Obama Legalizes Paying Ransom for Hostages
WikiLeaks: NSA Spied on 3 French Presidents
Khamenei: Iran Won't Freeze Civilian Nuclear Development
Afghans Retake Kunduz Area: 85 Taliban Reported Killed
Pentagon Seeks Funding to Counter Chinese Air Force
How the Bush Administration Created the Iran 'Nuclear Confession' Scam  by Gareth Porter
The Politics of Protest Is Literally Killing Us  by Philip Giraldi
NATO Ambivalence and Stashing Weapons in Eastern Europe  by Paul R. Pillar
The Neoconservative Pivot  by Justin Raimondo
New York Times' Orwellian View of Ukraine  by Robert Parry
The West's Moral Panic Behind the Threat of Radical Islam  by Scott Burchill

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SecDef 'Not Confident' Guantanamo Will Be Closed
NATO Members' Defense Spending, in Two Charts
State Dept. OKs Possible Missile Sale to Australia
The Global Cult of Edward Snowden Keeps Growing
The War at Home
NYC to Settle Muslim Surveillance Lawsuit for Spying on Mosques, Student Groups, and Workplaces
Google Accused of 'Abusive' Conduct in Privacy App Case
Navy Pays Millions to Keep Using Windows XP
'Star Wars Hoverbikes' May Be Coming to the US Military
Large Military Exercise With Nearly 200 Aircraft Being Conducted Over Alaska
Rep. Peter King Says He'll Run for President Only if He Can Secure 'Big Money Supporters'
Former Warlords Unite to Fight Taliban in Afghanistan's North
23 Taliban Militants Surrender in Afghanistan
Despite Recent Hacks, US Hesitant to Confront China About Cyberspying
North Korea Sentences 2 From South to Life Over Spying
Bangladesh Rejects Myanmar 'Proposal' to Link Migrant Return to Freeing Guard
UN Peacekeepers Accused of Abusing Central African Republic Street Children
Female Suicide Bomber Kills at Least 10 in Northern Nigeria
Concern Mounts Over Rights Abuses in Regional Fight Against Boko Haram
Libya's Air Force Warns Europe Over Naval Plan for Migrants
Rwanda Angry Over London Arrest of Spy Chief Karenzi Karake
Hungary Defies EU Over Migrants as Crisis Mounts
Colombian Rebels Say Escalating Violence Poses Threat to Peace Talks
Mexico Finds 5 Bodies in Pits in Baja Resort of La Paz
Jailed Venezuela Opposition Leader Lopez Ends Hunger Strike
Suicide Bomber Targets Tribal Meeting; 98 Killed in Iraq
Shi'ite Militia Members Share Base With US Troops in Iraq: Pentagon
ISIS Drowns, Decapitates 'Spies' in Brutal New Video
ISIS Urges Followers to Escalate Attacks During Ramadan
Assad Troops and Rebels Targeting Civilians in Syria: UN
ISIS Destroys Ancient Shrines in Syria's Palmyra City
Germany to Train Yazidi Force to Counter ISIS
Is Iraq Worth the Fight? After Years of War and Chaos, Its People No Longer Know
Druze Attack in Israel
In Wake of Fatal Druze Attack on Ambulance, IDF Denies Treating al-Qaeda
Druze Mob's Rash Attack May Have Doomed Syrian Cousins
Netanyahu: We Will Capture Those From Druze Lynch Mob
IDF and Police Mobilizing Against Possible Druze Attacks on Syrians Being Treated in North
IDF Checks if Soldier Tipped Off Druze Ahead of Lynching
UN Gaza War Crimes Report May Bolster Palestine's ICC Case, Experts Say
High Court Orders Demolition of 17 Homes in West Bank Outpost
Israel Strikes Gaza Rocket Launcher After Projectile Attack on Southern Israel
Egypt Opens Gaza Crossing for 3rd Time in a Month
Israel Advances 'Softer' Force-Feeding Bill Aimed at Hunger-Striking Palestinian Prisoners
Head of UN Gaza Probe Tells Haaretz: Main Message Is Israel Can't Drop One-Ton Bomb on a Neighborhood
Saudi Yemen Bombing a Message to Iran as Damage Mounts
Peace Talks on Yemen Bore Little Fruit, UN Envoy Likely to Tell Ban
Iran's Khamenei Rules Out Freezing Sensitive Nuclear Work for Long Period
Iran's Envoy: $10 Billion Projects Await Turkish Companies
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