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US Struggles Over 'Combat' Narrative in Iraq
  Tony Blair Apologizes for Iraq War, Admits It Caused Rise of ISIS
Free Syrian Army Spurns Russian Military Aid
  Russia, US Discuss Organizing Syria Political Process
  Scores Killed by Air Strikes in Northern Syria
  Erdogan Says Turkey Won't Let Kurds 'Seize' Northern Syria
Al-Qaeda Spurns Calls to Leave Key Yemen City
  Several Yemeni Fishermen Killed in Saudi-Led Strikes: Witnesses
Libya Anti-Peace Deal Rally Shelled, Killing 12
Nuke Issue Spoils Sharif's Trip to the US
House Freezes Aid to Palestinians for 'Inflammatory' Speech
Coalition Investigators: Hospital Airstrike Killed Civilians
Benghazi: What Neither Hillary Nor the Republicans Will Talk About  by James George Jatras
America’s Elite Forces Deploy to 147 Countries in 2015  by Nick Turse
Israel's Descent Into Unmasked, Right Wing Extremism  by Omar Barghouti
Not Sorry Enough: Tony Blair Apologizes for Iraq War ‘Mistakes’  by Justin Raimondo
Rebuffing Peace Chances in Syria  by Jonathan Marshall
When Combat Isn't Combat  by Gayle Tzemach Lemmon

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Assange: Use Snail Mail to Thwart Spies
Germany Probes Suspected New Case of US Spying
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89 Killed in Iraq as Shi'ites and Sunnis Trade Complaints
Helmet Camera Footage Shows Joint US Delta Force-Kurdish Raid to Rescue ISIS Hostages
Mother of Iraq Soldier Killed by Friendly Fire Loses Legal Aid Backing
US, Saudi Arabia to Bolster Support for Moderate Syrian Opposition
Battle Cuts Syrian Government-Held Road to Aleppo: Monitor
Assad Promises Elections for Syria Crisis Once Insurgency Is 'Eradicated'
Israeli Arab Paraglides to Syria to Join Rebel Forces
New Russian Military Might on Full Display in Syria
Ahmadinejad's Bodyguard Killed in Syria
Two More Iranian Fighters Killed in Syria
Journalist Pays for Reporting the Truth About ISIS With His Father's Life
Syrian Refugee Crisis
Bodies of 40 Migrants Wash Ashore in Libya
Balkan Countries Threaten to Close Borders if Germany Does
EU to Send More Border Guards to Western Balkans: Draft Leaders Statement
Slovenia Sees End to EU if Leaders Fail on Migrant Plan

Refugees Flood Into Slovenia; EU Migrant Plan Criticized

Smoke Bombs Thrown at Police During London Migrant Protest
German Police Use Water Cannon to Stop Clashes at Far-Right Rally
Syrian Refugee: 'I'm Scared of the Way They Look at Us'
Gay Asylum Seekers Face Threat From Fellow Refugees in Europe
Turkish Fishermen Save Syrian Baby and 15 Other Refugees From Aegean Sea After Boat Sinks
Yemen Resistance Fighters Force Rebels to Retreat in Taez
Islamic Militants Storm Supermarket in Yemen's City of Aden
Local Elections Called Off in Two Ukrainian Cities Amid Fraud Charges
Ukraine PM Says Won't Repay Russian Debt if No Restructuring Deal: Paper
Ukraine Rebels Says MSF Banned for 'Espionage'
Flights Between Russia and Ukraine to Stop Due to Sanctions
UK Nuclear Deterrent to Cost $256 Billion, Far More Than Expected
UK Troops Headed to Baltics
Russia Says Kills ISIS-Linked Militant in Dagestan
Poland's Eurosceptic Conservatives Set to Unseat Ruling Centrists in Vote
Montenegro Police Throw Tear Gas on Protest
Berlin's Jewish Museum Closed for WWII-Bomb Removal
Spanish Military Helicopter Crash Crew of 3 Still Missing in Atlantic
Confidential Files on El Salvador Human Rights Stolen After Legal Action Against CIA
Venezuelan Prosecutor Calls Opposition Leader's Jailing a 'Farce'
Voting in Landmark Haiti Elections Calm Amid Tight Security
Guatemala's Perez Says Biden Forced Him to Accept Anti-Corruption Purge
The War at Home
Pilot of Black Hawk Who Crashed and Killed 11 Disobeyed Orders
Idaho Man Sues US Government Over Personnel Data Hack
Army Cleaning Up Its Ranks: Service Backs Dismissals Based on Misconduct, but Critics Remain
Remains of US Soldier Returned From North Korea to Family
Kerry: Israel Agrees to Surveillance at Jerusalem Holy Site
Holocaust Experts to Netanyahu: No, a Palestinian Did Not Convince Hitler To Kill Jews
Netanyahu Mulls Revoking Residency of Palestinians Beyond East Jerusalem Separation Barrier
Incitement to Racial Hatred: Senior Israeli Officials in Their Own Words
Netanyahu Denies Palestinian Claim That He Agreed to Settlement Freeze
Ya'alon: There Is No West Bank Settlement Freeze
Israeli Government Shelves Controversial 'Jewish State Bill'
Palestinian Shot Dead After Attempting to Stab Israeli Security Guard in West Bank
US House Panel Unanimously Votes to Condemn Palestinian Incitement
For Palestinians, Social Media Is Source of News – and Anger
Palestinian Car Firebombed in Apparent East Jerusalem Hate Crime
Soldier Injured in Beersheba Attack Was Shot by Police
Iran's Internal Rifts Widen as Officials Clash Over Jailed Post Reporter
Iran Slams US Jailing of Engineer for Documents Smuggling
Middle East
Kurdish Singer From Turkey Killed on Stage
Lebanon's Hezbollah Takes Aim at Saudi Arabia on Ashura
Saudi Shi'ite Cleric's Death Sentence Upheld, Brother Says
47 Militants Killed in Southern Afghanistan
Afghanistan Says Taliban Fighters Marooned on River Island Near Turkmenistan
South Korea Fires Warning Shots at North Patrol Boat Near Border
Second Korean Family Reunion in North
South Korea Media Muzzled, Hassled by North Koreans at Reunions of Divided Families
US Drone Strike: Six Suspected Militants Killed Near Pak-Afghan Border
US Patrols to Raise Stakes With Beijing in Disputed South China Sea
Taiwan President Says Should Remember Good Things Japan Did
Indonesia's Aceh Province Enacts Islamic Criminal Code
Gunmen Kill Ultraconservative Islamist in Egypt's Sinai
Security Forces Kill 3 Militants in Gunbattle
Egypt's Former Agriculture Minister to Face Trial on Corruption Charges
Four Women Suicide Bombers Die in Northeast Nigeria, Kill One
Nigeria Hires South African Mercenaries Again to Battle Boko Haram
45 in Custody Over 'Boko Haram Plot' in Lagos: Sources
Former PM Tony Blair Brokered Billion Dollar Deal Between US and Libya
Cameroon Army Drives Boko Haram Militants Back Across Northern Border
Maldives Vice President Arrested Over President's Boat Blast
80 Civilians Killed in South Sudan County in October
Republic of Congo Opposition Calls for Boycott of Referendum
Jailed Ex-President Lingers as a Force in Ivorian Vote
No Joke: Guatemalan Comedian Wins Presidency in Landslide
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