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US Marines Heading to Iraq for Ground Combat
  Iraq War 13th Anniversary: US Troops Still Dying
  Claims of Major Losses Not Keeping ISIS From Launching Attacks
  Suicide Attacks on Soldiers in Anbar; 185 Killed in Iraq
Yemenis Agree to Ceasefire, Peace Talks
  55 Killed, Including Civilians, in Two Days of Yemen Fighting
ISIS Mortar Attacks in Egypt's Sinai Kill 15 Police
Heavy Gunfire as Rival Factions Clash in Libyan Capital
Many at Gitmo Apparently Not 'Too Dangerous' After All
American-Israelis, Iranian Killed by ISIS Istanbul Bomber
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Motley Cruz: Ted's Wacky Foreign Policy Team  by Jacob Heilbrunn
Five Big Unanswered Questions About NSA's Worldwide Spying  by Jenna McLaughlin
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Behind the Crimea/Russia Reunion  by Ray McGovern
How Propaganda Feeds War on Syria  by Rick Sterling

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Risk of Nuclear War in Europe Growing, Warns Russian Ex-Minister
Suicide Attacks on Soldiers in Anbar; 185 Killed in Iraq
US Sets Up Firebase in Northern Iraq
Death of US Marine in Iraq Highlights Use of Troops From Navy Ships in ISIS War
As Iraqi Civilian Rule Weakens, Shi'ite Clerics Call the Shots
ISIS Threatens to Attack Kaka'i Religious Minority in Iraq
Marines Identify Staff NCO Killed in ISIS Rocket Attack in Iraq
Syrian Rebels Condemn Kurdish-Led Moves Toward Regional Autonomy
Syria Peace Talks Grind Toward Pivotal Assad Question
Syrian Opposition Rejects Any Election-Related Delay in Peace Talks
Russia Says Syria Ceasefire Mostly Holding, US Should Do More
Syria Talks: Opposition Says Government Dragging Feet
Syria Opposition Supporters Mark War Anniversary in Beirut
Aleppo Is a Tale of Two Cities: Rubble on One Side, Packed Restaurants on the Other
Kurdish New Year Marred by Clashes With Police in Istanbul
Turkish Police on High Alert in Deserted Streets After Bombing
Turkish Foreign Minister Vows 'Full Force' in Fight Against Attacks
Editor-In-Chief of Turkish Daily 'Today's Zaman' Now in Brussels Exile
Turkey Holds 5 Over Ankara Bombing, Hits PKK in Iraq
Turkey's Erdogan Offers Condolences Over Israeli Deaths in Istanbul Attack
Istanbul Cancels Soccer Derby on Security Fears
Israel Warns Against Travel to Turkey After Istanbul Bombing
Turkey Summons Belgian Ambassador Over PKK Tent Near Brussels Summit
Khamenei Says All US Presidential Candidates Hostile to Iran
Iran's Leader Says US Still Hostile After Nuclear Deal
Iran Said Planning Statue of Captured American Sailors
Sanctions Eased, Iran Sends Black Market a Strategic Warning
Report: Iran Arrests Two Jewish Teens for Scribbling 'Death to Haman' on a Wall
Palestinian Prime Minister: 'We Are Committed to Non-Violent Resistance'
Appointment of Israeli Spokesman Viewed as Snub to US
Witness to Deadly West Bank Arson Attack Has House Set Alight
Is Israel's Treating Syrians a Humanitarian Gesture or Strategic Policy for Israel?
Israel Squeezes Lifeline of Jerusalem's Afro-Palestinians
Netanyahu: Breaking the Silence's Attempt to Gather Intel on IDF Soldiers Is Intolerable
Palestinian Teenager Shot Dead After Attacking Israeli Policeman
Jordan to Install Cameras at Jerusalem Mosque Compound 'in Days'
Three Palestinians Hurt, Five Missing in Gaza Tunnel Collapse
Report: Five ISIS Commanders Arrested in East Lebanon
Obama Arrives in Cuba in First for US President in 88 Years
From Kennedy to Obama, 50 Years of Secret US-Cuba Talks
Steps Obama Has Taken to Ease US Restrictions on Cuba
Cuba Honors Venezuelan Leader With Medal Ahead of Obama Visit

Cuba Dissidents Arrested Hours Before Obama Arrival

Cuba Dissidents Arrested Hours Before Obama Arrival
Cruise Ship Rescues 18 Cuban Migrants Who Say 9 Others Died
Colombia's FARC Rebels to Meet Kerry in Cuba During Obama Trip: Sources
Colombia's ELN Rebels Free Soldier Hostage
Colombia Hostilities Disrupt 250,000 Children's Lives Since 2013: Report
Brazil's Rousseff Lacks Senate Votes to Defeat Impeachment: Senator
Impeachment Crisis Rattles Divided Brazil
Cholera Deaths in Haiti Could Far Exceed Official Count
Nestora Salgado, Community Leader Battling Mexican Cartels, Freed From Jail
The War at Home
AIPAC Rejects Sanders Offer to Speak Via Video, as Romney and Gingrich Did in 2012
University of California Board Weighs Proposal Barring Anti-Zionism
Drone Warfare's Ethical Dilemmas Are Focus of Film Eye in the Sky
Obama to Nominate 1st Woman to Head US Combatant Command
Refugee Crisis
Migration Deal: Quick Start, Tough Implementation
Greece Struggles to Enforce Migrant Accord on First Day
Germany Learns How to Send Back Migrants – Pay Them
2 Migrants Found Dead on Greek Island
Greece Starts Evacuation of Lesbos Refugees
Merkel Takes High-Risk Bet on Turkey in Refugee Crisis
Austrian Politician Under Fire for Comparing Refugees to Neanderthals
US Concerned by Egypt's Investigation of Human Rights Groups
Egypt Rejects Kerry's Foreign 'Tutelage' Over Human Rights
Killing of Italian Student, Giulio Regeni, Puts Focus on Egypt's Stability
US Supports Moroccan Autonomy Plan for Western Sahara
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DR Congo
Congo Candidate Mokoko 'Receives Police Summons' on Eve of Poll
Congo Orders Telecoms Shutdown During Presidential Vote
Congolese Activists on Hunger Strike After Court Refuses Release
Rwanda Takes Genocide Suspect Into Custody From Congo: Officials
Congolese Is Highest-Ranking Politician Set for Hague Court Verdict
ISIS's Backup Plan to Retreat to Libya Is Falling Apart
Algerian Army Kills Militants Behind Krechba Gas Plant Attack: Source
Niger Presidential Vote Looks a Done Deal After Opposition Boycott
Tunisia's First Freely Elected President: the 'Arab Spring' Is a European Creation
Eritrea Releases Four Djiboutian Prisoners in Jail Since 2008 War
Police Kill 4 Terrorists in Clashes Across Karachi
Musharraf's Exit Creates Fissures in PML-N Ranks
Myanmar's Suu Kyi to Control Government as Party Head: Party Spokesman
Myanmar's Ethnic Rebels Pin Hope on New Civilian President
US Casts Wary Eye on Australian Port Leased by Chinese
Chinese Tycoon Criticizes Leader, and Wins Surprising Support
Exiled Tibetans to Elect Leader to Sustain Struggle Against China
UN Security Council Condemns North Korea Missile Launches
Indonesian Military Helicopter Crash Kills 10: Official
Five Held After Two Muslim Cowherds Hanged to Death in India
Paris Fugitive Helped More by Friends and Neighbors Than ISIS
Paris Attacks Suspect Slipped From One World to Another
Interpol Urges 'Extra Vigilance' at Borders After Abdeslam Arrest
Belgium Says Captured Paris Suspect May Have Planned More Attacks
French Prime Minister Says 600-Plus People Have Left France for Syria or Iraq
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Paris Suspect Claims He 'Backed Out' of Stadium Bombing, Prosecutor Says
Paris Attacks Suspect Salah Abdeslam Charged With 'Terrorist Murder'
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