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Soaring Unrest After Saudis Execute Shi’ite Cleric
  Saudis Face Diplomatic Fallout After Cleric's Execution
  Saudis Announce End to Yemen Ceasefire
Iraq Blames ISIS for Sunni Mosques Bombings
  33 Troops Killed in ISIS Attacks in Central Iraq
  How ISIS Actually Lost Ramadi
  ISIS May Be Weakened but Is Far From Defeat
  Militants Attack Several Towns in Anbar; 198 Killed in Iraq
Anticipating Attack, Israel Shells S. Lebanon
  ISIS Fighters Killed by Syria Kurds North of Raqqa
  Syrian Rebel Group Withdraws From al-Qaeda Coalition
Trump: 'Hillary Clinton Created ISIS With Obama'
Pro-ISIS NY 'Plotter' a Mentally Ill Panhandler
Suppressed List Foretold Gitmo as 'Most Expensive Prison'
Attackers Siege Indian Consulate in Northern Afghanistan
ISIS May Be Weakened but Is Far From Defeat  by Patrick Cockburn
Let Palestinians Control Their Own Telecom Resources  by Nur Arafeh, Sam Bahour, Wassim Abdullah
China and Other Issues Between Japan and South Korea  by Doug Bandow
The War Against the Cowboys  by Justin Raimondo
The Shockingly High Number of Casualties of US Nukes Program  by Lawrence Wittner
America's 'Dictator Problem'  by Daniel Larison

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Saudis Execute Top Cleric
US Fears Saudi-Iran Tensions Could Affect Fight Against ISIS
Iranian Protesters Ransack Saudi Embassy After Execution of Shi'ite Cleric
Nimr Al-Nimr Execution: Former Iraq PM Al-Maliki Says Death Will 'Topple Saudi Regime'
Saudi Arabia Cuts Ties With Iran as Row Over Cleric's Death Escalates
Shi'ite Cleric's Execution May Hit Saudi-Iraq Rapprochement
Iran Leader Sees 'Divine Vengeance' for Cleric Execution
Hezbollah Slams Saudi Execution of Shi'ite Cleric, Blames US Support of Riyadh
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Saudi Diplomats Evacuated From Iran Land in Dubai: Al Arabiya TV
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