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Saudi Airstrikes Destroy MSF Hospital in Yemen
  Obama Officials at Odds Over Saudi Airstrikes
US to Launch Ground Action in Iraq, Syria
  US Confirms Iran Invited to Next Syria Talks
  Turkey 'Repeatedly Opened Fire' on Kurd Fighters in Northern Syria
Netanyahu: Israel to Retain All Palestinian Territory
  Israeli Police Remove New al-Aqsa Mosque Surveillance Cameras
Despite Privacy Concerns, Cybersecurity Bill Poised to Pass
  Facebook Accused of 'Secretly Lobbying' for Cyber Bill
US Officials Asked About Hospital Days Before Bombing It
Japan Finance Min. Seeks Cuts in Spending for US Military
No Real Evidence, But FBI Director Hypes 'Ferguson Effect'
House Benghazi Hearings: Too Much Too Late  by Ron Paul
Fallout From the Gaza Blockade  by Ann Wright
Tony Blair Is Right: Without the Iraq War There Would Be No ISIS  by Martin Chulov
The Neocon Hunger for Universal Empire  by Dan Sanchez
Endless War Makes Us Less Safe  by Ivan Eland
Drones, IBM, and the Big Data of Death  by Jon Schwarz

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IRS Possessed Stingray Cellphone Surveillance Gear, Documents Reveal
4 Veterans From One Indiana Guard Unit Have Committed Suicide
Anti-Israel Billboard Causing Controversy in Detroit
Guantánamo 9/11 Cases Hit Yet Another Snag
Roger Waters Fears Clinton Would Drop Nuclear Bomb
Iraq Executes Prisoners; 120 Killed Across Country
Suicide Bomber Targets Shi'ite Pilgrims in Baghdad, Killing 7
Murdered Iraq Trade Ministry Official Was About to Expose Corruption: Officials
Pentagon: Iraq Raid Footage Is Authentic, Was Approved by US
Classes Swell in Iraq Camps as Teachers Leave for Europe
Germany Mulls 'Specific Strengths' to Offer Iraq in Fight Against ISIS
Al-Qaeda Commander Explains How the Group Is Using ISIS to Make Itself Look 'Moderate'
Russia Says Flew 164 Sorties in Syria in Last 3 Days: RIA
Syrian Rebels to Russia: Stop Bombing Us
ISIS Destroys Roman-Era Columns in Palmyra During Execution
Putin and Saudi King Salman Discuss Resolving Syria Crisis
Syrian Refugee Crisis
Aid Group: 120,000 Newly Displaced in 3 Weeks in Syria
EU and Balkans Agree Plan for 100,000 Places in Reception Centers for Refugees
Greece Says Can Shelter 20,000 More Migrants With EU Aid
Several Dead in Raids on Suspected ISIS Cell in Turkey
Turkey Ponders HDP's Role in Kurdish Peace Process
Turkish Lawyer Faces Prison Term for PKK Propaganda
Suicide Bomber Kills Two Militiamen in Yemen's Aden: Security Source
Jihadists Demand Segregation at Yemen University
97 Militants Killed in Afghanistan
Roadside Bomb in Afghanistan Kills Two Guards for Human Rights Group
Afghan Security Adviser Warns of Risk From ISIS, al-Qaeda
Germany to Start Sending Back Migrants From Afghanistan, According to Reports
Pakistani Officials Say Indian Fire Kills 3 Near Kashmir
India and Pakistan Exchange Fire Near Kashmir, Injuring 8
Pakistan Summons Indian Diplomat, Lodges Protest Over Ceasefire Violations
Kashmiris to Observe Black Day on Tuesday
Two 'Militants' Killed in Balochistan's Washuk District
General Raheel Mobilizes Army as Major Quake Hits Pakistan
Myanmar Trains Controversial 'Election Police' in Yangon
'Strong Evidence' of Genocide in Myanmar, Finds Al Jazeera Investigation
US Navy to Send Destroyer Within 12 Miles of Chinese Islands
China, Japan, South Korea to Hold First Summit in Three Years
Bangladeshi Officials Say 4 Arrested in Killing of Italian Aid Worker Were Not With ISIS
The Pentagon's Missionary Spies in North Korea
Japan's New Nuclear Envoy to Visit South Korea
Deadly Earthquake Rocks Afghanistan, India, and Pakistan
Quake Multiplies War's Woes for Afghans and Pakistanis
The War at Home
Senator Aims to Axe Important Cyber Report From Own Cybersecurity Bill
Marines' Women in Combat Study 'Flawed,' Researchers Say
Ex-UN Diplomat in Bribe Case Likely Faces More Charges
PM Confirms He's Mulling Revocation of Jerusalem Arabs' Residency
US Warns Against PM's Idea of Revoking Residency for Some Jerusalem Arabs
Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister: I Dream of Israeli Flag on Temple Mount
In Break, Top EU Official Suggests Israel-Palestine 'Confederation'
Israel Strikes Hamas Targets in Response to Gaza Rocket Fire
UN Has a Long History in Disappointing Palestinians
Palestinian Trying to Stab Israel Soldier Killed in West Bank: Army
2 Israelis Wounded, Assailant Killed in 3 West Bank Attacks
20,000 Israelis Sue Facebook Over Incitement to Violence by Palestinians
Meet the Jewish Doctor Who Saves Palestinian Attackers and the Muslim Doctor Who Saves Jewish Victims
Saudi Arabia
Blast Hits Mosque in Southwestern Saudi City
Open Sectarianism in Saudi Arabia Frightens Shi'ites
Show Us Respect or Ties Will Suffer, Saudi Ambassador Tells Britain
BBC Protects UK's Close Ally Saudi Arabia With Incredibly Dishonest and Biased Editing
Middle East
Man Admits Plans for Terror Group and Caliphate in UAE
No Light at End of Tunnel for Lebanon's Power Crisis
Libyan Activist From UK Admits Part in £18.6m Arms Deal
Human Rights Watch Meets Kadhafi Son in Tripoli Prison
Warlord Kony Killing Congo Elephants, Selling Ivory in Sudan
Warring South Sudan Factions Recommit to Peace Deal
Zanzibar Opposition Party Claims Victory, Raising Tensions
Nigerian Rights Chief: Prosecute Political Killers
Egypt Rights Lawyers Say New Prison Law Legalizes Abuses
Landmines in Mali Kill Three Civilians, Wound Two UN Peacekeepers
Morocco Arrests 8 Policemen Over Torture Death
China Rides the Rails of Ethiopia's Development
Tony Blair Iraq War Apology: Families of Dead Soldiers Describe 'Revulsion' at 'Spin Operation'
Tony Blair Kind of Apologized for the Iraq War, but Many Brits Still Hate Him
Exit Polls in Ukraine Local Elections Show East-West Split
Ukraine Rebels Expelled Two OSCE Monitors
Ukraine-Russia Flight Ban Seen Lasting for Some Time
Polish Euroskeptic Conservatives Score Landslide Victory
Montenegro PM Shrugs Off Violent Demos Calling for Resignation
Award for Taboo-Shattering Mixed Couple on Divided Cyprus
Terror Link 'Not Main Line of Inquiry' in Belgium Barracks Attack
Colombian ELN Rebels Kill 12 in Ambush of Poll Workers
Conflict-Torn Colombia Sees Peaceful Elections
After Surprising Election, Top Two Argentine Candidates Reset
Anti-Corruption Unit's Shadow Looms Over Guatemala's Next Leader
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Drones, Torture, and the Impatient State

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What Israel Is Up To in Jerusalem

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America's 'Junkyard Dogs': Operation Storm, 20 Years On

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