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152 Pro-Saudi Troops Die in Yemen Missile Strike
  19 Civilians Among 51 Killed in Yemen Fighting
  Yemen's Houthis, Pro-Saudi Forces Agree to Monday Ceasefire
  Six Colombian Mercenaries, Aussie Commander Slain in Yemen
45 Civilians Killed in Rebel Damascus Suburb
  ISIS Car Bomb Kills 16 in Central Syria's Homs
  Russia Warns Turkey After Naval 'Close Call' in Aegean Sea
  Thousands of Iraqis Protest Against Turkish Military Presence
French Teacher Made Up Story of ISIS Attack
Islamists Bomb Pakistan Bus Stop, Killing 24
Bergdahl Heading for Harsher General Court-Martial
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What the Islamophobes Won't Say About the West’s Destruction of the Mideast  by Muhammad Sahimi
Cornering Russia, Risking World War III  by Alastair Crooke
The Decline and Fall of the ‘Mainstream’ Media  by Justin Raimondo
Chicago Police Adopt Israeli Tactics  by Todd E. Pierce
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French Far-Right Collapses, Projected to Fail in Every Region
'Emergency' Measures May Be Written Into the French Constitution
Merkel Dismisses US Request for More Military Help Against ISIS
69 Police Officers Injured in Clashes in Eastern Germany
EU Border Force Plan Faces Resistance From Governments
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Ukraine Rebel Commander Killed in Car Blast
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Thousands Opposed to New Government March in Poland
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'War on Terror'
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American Muslims
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Israel Said to Give Egypt Share of Trade Income for Freed Prisoner
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