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Updated July 19, 2015 - 11:13 PM EDT
ISIS Leader Orders Toning Down Graphic Videos
  Kurdish-US Alliance Against ISIS Stokes Resentment in Syria
  Syrian Army Ambushes 40 Rebels in City Near Lebanese Borders
  Sistani Tells Neighbors to Close Borders to Foreign Fighters
Ayatollah Khamenei Doesn't Fault Nuclear Deal
  White House: Iran Sanctions Will 'Collapse' if Congress Rejects Deal
  DM: Israel Expects Significant US 'Compensation' After Iran Pact
Officials Say Yemeni Rebels Thwart Advance in Aden
  US Aid to Yemen Rotting Away in Virginia Warehouse for 8 Years
Wesley Clark Wants Internment of 'Radicalized' US Citizens
Ukraine Rebels: Ready to Pull Back Tanks, Smaller Weapons
Torture, Impunity, and American Psychological Association  by Amy Goodman & Denis Moynihan
Reflections on Happiness and War  by Bruce Fein
Thousands Dead in Yemen, So Why Is the Media Silent?  by Sophia Dingli
The Nuclear Deal With Iran  by Daniel Larison
The Nixon Legacy  by Tim Weiner & Tom Engelhardt
The Rise of the New Crypto War  by Eric Geller

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The War at Home
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Olympia Vets: Switch From Pharmaceuticals to Pot
Pakistan, India Again Exchange Fire Over Disputed Kashmir
Protests in Indian-Held Kashmir After Eid Prayers
Pakistan: Suicide Bomber Kills 1 Outside Shi'ite Neighborhood
Rights Group Slams China State TV Report on Repatriated Uighurs
Relatives of Tenzin Delek Rinpoche, Tibetan Monk Who Died in Jail, Are Detained
Karzai Can't Let Go of Politics
Shinzo Abe's Military Plan Draws Sharp Response From Readers
US-Based TV and Radio News for Cubans Becomes Obstacle as Relations Improve
Venezuela Bans Third Opposition Politician From Holding Office
Weekend Reviews
What's Wrong With the US Peace Movement
Nixon Still Harms US
The Nixon Legacy
One Man Against the World: The Tragedy of Richard Nixon
Deal Means 'Permanent Prohibition' on Iranian Nukes, Insists Obama
Iran Says Offers India Bigger Role in Strategic Port
Tally From Friday Bombing Races Higher; 44 Killed Across Iraq in Fresh Attacks
ISIS Executes Journalist in Iraq's Mosul
Syria Frees Political Prisoners in Eid Gesture
Water, Power Return to Syria's Aleppo After Three-Week Cut
UK Is Denying Refuge to Christians Fleeing ISIS, Say Church Leaders
Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia Says It Stopped ISIS Attacks; 400 Held
Rebel Shelling in East Ukraine Kills Three Civilians, Soldier: Ukraine Military
Russia's Putin Orders Formation of New Military Reserve Force
Lejeune Marines First to Deploy as New Deterrence Force in Bulgaria
Route of Migrants Into Europe Shifts Toward Balkans
Militant Attack Kills 11 Algerian Soldiers: Security Source
ISIS Claims Attack That Kills Five Members of Egypt's Security Forces
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