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A Sense of Despair Is Sweeping Through Iraq
Al-Qaeda Executes 56 Captured Syrian Soldiers
  Monitors: US Sends 75 More Rebel Fighters Into Syria
  Kerry: US to Accept 85,000 Refugees in 2016, 100,000 in 2017
  Syrian Rebels Kill 14 Civilians in Shelling of Aleppo
  Syrian Govt, al-Qaeda Agree to Open-Ended Ceasefire in Three Sites
Saudis Pound Yemen, Killing 15, Mostly Civilians
  Yemen's Houthi Leader: Will Resist Saudis, Open to Political Settlement
ISIS Intel the US Military Dumbed Down
Scott Walker Drops Out of Presidential Race
Blame America? No, Blame Neocons!  by Ron Paul
Flying the Unfriendly Skies of America  by Rebecca Gordon
President Obama's Plan to Arm the Syrian Rebels Has Failed  by Matt Purple
Ukraine’s ‘Democratic’ Dictatorship  by Justin Raimondo
Russian Mouse Threatens US Elephant  by Eric Margolis
Lost Lessons From a Toddler's Death  by Rick Sterling

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Poisoned Militants Among 87 Killed in Iraq
Iraq Tries to Contain Cholera Outbreak West of Baghdad
Iraqi Fighters Ditch ISIS Battle for European Life
US Says Assad Must Go, Timing Down to Negotiation
Syrian Army Bombards ISIS Positions in Palmyra
Syria Civil War: The Map That Shows How Few Safe Havens There Are Left
Lapid: Israel Must Accept Arab Peace Initiative as Basis for Talks
Christian Schools on Strike in Israel Over 'Discrimination'
When Jews Throw Stones, Will Israeli Police Open Fire?
Israel Culture Minister: Relatives of Rock-Throwers Should Lose Their Insurance
Israeli AG Opposes Opening Fire Against Stone-Throwers Despite PM Claims
4 Palestinian Teens Indicted for Throwing Stones in Jerusalem
Palestinian Officers Disciplined After Video of Beating
In Rare Move, Netanyahu to Bring Army Chiefs to Meet Putin in Moscow
Two Americans, Briton, Three Saudis Released From Yemen: Officials
Saudi-Led Coalition Denies Attacking Home of Oman Envoy to Yemen
Middle East
More Than 100,000 Gather for Pro-Erdogan Rally in Istanbul
Lebanese Protesters Face Off With Security Forces in Beirut
IAEA Chief Visits Iran's Controversial Parchin Site
Jordan's Abdullah: Al-Aqsa Is Open for Muslims Only, Can't Be Shared
Saudi Arabia Says 100,000 Troops to Secure This Year's Hajj
Egypt Swears in New Government With Key Posts Unchanged
2 Hurt in Bomb Blast in Egypt's Capital Cairo
Burkina Faso
African Union Suspends Burkina Faso and Slaps Sanctions on Coup Junta
Mediators Hint at Post-Coup Breakthrough
Mediators Announce Deal to End Burkina Coup Crisis, Questions Remain
Three Blasts Hit Northeastern Nigerian City of Maiduguri: Military
Message Said to Be From Boko Haram Leader Attacks Nigerian Army
12 Somali Soldiers Killed in Shebab Attack
At Least Five Killed in Suicide Bomb Attack in N. Cameroon
Mali Ex-Rebels Retake Control of Northeastern Town
Warning in Tanzania Over Political Militia Groups
DR Congo Court Sentences Opposition Activists to Suspended Jail Terms
Pope Meets Fidel Castro, Warns Against Ideology on Cuba Trip
Mass Exodus Creates New Ghost Towns in Mexico's Juárez
Colombia's Santos Goes to Venezuela Meeting Without 'Great Expectations'
Haiti Border Crisis Grows as Dominican Republic Expels 'Migrants'
The War at Home
George W. Bush Made Retroactive NSA 'Fix' After Hospital Room Showdown
Ben Carson Does Not Believe a Muslim Should Be President
Obama Chooses Openly Gay Man to Lead Army
Breakthrough in Cloaking Technology Has Military's Attention
Official: Military Plane Crashes in New Mexico Desert
Syrian Refugee Crisis
Barbed Wire Is Back in 'Borderless' Europe
East European Leaders in War of Words as Migrants Pour Across Borders
After Hard Journeys to Europe, Who Gets to Stay?
UN Warns European Unity at Risk as Borders Close to Refugees
Syrian Girl Dies in New Migrant Boat Sinking Off Greece
Migrants Surge Into Western Europe Through Austria
British Grass-Roots Groups Step Up Aid to Refugees While Government Stalls
Over 4,500 Migrants Rescued Off Libya in One Day
Poland Says It Will Accept Only a 'Symbolic' Number of Refugees
Finland Starts Checks on Refugees at Swedish Border
France Struggles to Deal With Asylum Seekers
Planned German Migration Center Hit by Arson Attack
Hungary Angry After Croatia Sends Migrants Across Border by Train
Protesters Form Human Wall Against Refugees at Finnish-Swedish Border
Cash Running Out for Refugee Aid as European Crisis Grows, UN Says
On Lesbos, Endless Waves of Boats and Fears of a More Treacherous Voyage
European Refugee Crisis Risks Creating Generation of Stateless Children
Croatia Says 'Forcing' Hungary to Take in Migrants
Croatia, Hungary in Diplomatic Spat Over Tide of Migrants
US Soldiers Told to Ignore Afghan Allies' Abuse of Boys
22 Civilians, 2 Officers Wounded in Afghanistan Attacks
Kabul Rejects Claim That Afghanistan Behind Peshawar Attack
15 Suspected Militants Killed in Tirah Strikes
Clashes in Western India After Police Detain Popular Leader
India and Pakistan Loudly Commemorate the War They Both 'Won'
Suicide Bomber Blows Himself Up During Karachi Raid; Two Cops Wounded
South Korea Readies for Reunions Amid North Korea's Rocket Threats
China Calls for Responsibility as It Pushes North Korea Talks Again
US and China Seek Arms Deal for Cyberspace
China Says Japan Security Law 'Threat' to Regional Peace
Malaysia PM Critic Detained for Anti-Democratic Activities Amid 1MDB Scandal
Japanese Foreign Minister to Discuss Disputed Isles in Moscow
Vietnam Frees Anti-State Blogger, US Calls for More Releases
In Myanmar, Muslim Minority Is Targeted for Hate, Not for Votes
Nepal Adopts Constitution Born of Bloodshed, Compromise
Thai Anti-Coup Activists Defy Junta Ban on Protests
Putin Moves to Establish Russian Military Base in Belarus
Russian Regional Governor, 18 Others Charged With Fraud
Tatar Activists Block Roads Into Russia-Annexed Crimea
Russia Funds Moscow Conference for US, EU. and Ukraine Separatists
UK Pays Local Muslims to Spy on Terror Suspects
Britain's Opposition Labor Split on Syria Air Strikes
Poll Shows Little UK Support for Opposition Leader as Future PM
Georgia Jails Top Opposition Leader for Four and a Half Years
Czech Castle Flag Replaced With Underwear
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