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How Hillary Clinton Became a Hawk
Obama Faces Chilly Reception in Saudi Arabia
  Obama Visits as Activists Unearth More Evidence of Saudi Links to 9/11
  Obama Urged to Rule Out Trading US Cluster Bombs for Saudi Favor
Syrian Talks Could Be Done for 'At Least a Year'
  Syrian Military Clashes With Kurds in Northeast City
  Syria, Russia Seen Shifting Focus to Northwest
NATO to Condemn Russia at Planned Meeting
  Russia Sees Baltic Ship Incident as Attempted US Intimidation
Drone Flights Dominate Afghan Air Campaign
House Bill Would Stop Pentagon Troop Cuts, Base Closures
Iran Not Seeking Entry to US Financial System: Envoy
US Protects Saudis From Terror Suits, Backs Suits Against Iran  by Jason Ditz
How a Simple Request Got Me Blacklisted by the Pentagon  by Nick Turse
The CIA, Terrorism, and the Cold War  by Jacob Hornberger
The Terrorist iPhone Snow Job  by Adam Dick
War, Football, and Realism: If Any  by Fred Reed
'Forward' Columnist Relates Role of Jewish Democratic Donors  by Philip Weiss

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German Airport's Secret Emergency Plan Was on Internet for Months: ZDF
Is Press Freedom on the Decline? Reporters Without Borders Says Yes.
Senator Graham Says He May Back Bill Exposing Saudis to 9/11 Lawsuits
ISIS in Retreat Around East Libyan City: Military
Violence Continues
Sadr Threatens More Protests; 165 Killed in Iraq
US Ups Pressure on ISIS With First B-52 Bomber Strike in Iraq
Humanitarian Evacuations Under Way From Besieged Syrian Towns
Two Syrian Kurdish Security Forces Killed by Government Forces: YPG Official
Russia Accuses Syrian Opposition of Using Blackmail at Geneva Talks
Kurds in Main Syrian Opposition Back Long-Term Federalism Plan
Iran's Army Denies Direct Involvement in Syria, Speaks of 'Volunteers'
Houthis Head for Delayed Yemen Peace Talks Starting Thursday
Yemen Must Tackle Widening Sectarian Rift: Local Peacemaker
Middle East
Bahrain's Parliament Calls on State to Declare War on Iran
Turkey Nixed Return to Talks With Kurdish Rebels: Opposition Leader
China Deploying 2,000 Troops Along North Korea Border
South Korea, US Conducting Large-Scale Air Defense Drill
Afghan President Vows Revenge as Kabul Death Toll Climbs
Afghanistan: Australian Troops to Remain for 3 More Years, Air Vice Marshal Tim Innes Says
Gunmen Kill Seven Police Guarding Polio Team in Pakistan
Gang Holding Pakistani Island and Policemen Surrenders After Army Operation
Japan Plans Final Push to Bring Home Its War Dead
China Jails Man for Espionage Over Islets Disputed With Japan
Laos, One of Last Communist Nations, Elects New Leaders
Under-Pressure Maldives Govt to Let Jailed Opposition Leaders Attend Crisis Talks
Documents Reveal Inner-Workings of UK's Spy Databases
EU Proposes to Lift Visas for Ukrainians, Hopes for Change 'Soon'
Germany to Consider Stripping ISIS Fighters of Citizenship
Spain's Rajoy, Catalan Leader Seek to Thaw Strained Relations
Norway Violated Mass Killer Breivik's Human Rights: Court
In Riposte to Riyadh, Russia Says Ready to Ramp Up Oil Output
Censors, Transparency Watchdogs Spar as Israeli Archive Goes Online
Israeli Intel Cooperation With Egypt at 'Unprecedented' Level
Netanyahu Threatens to Fire Bennett as Tempers Flare Over West Bank Deployment
Palestinian Wounded in Jerusalem Bus Bombing Dies, Hamas Claims Him
Future of Palestinian Town Bleak After Israel Shuts Quarries
Amid Fear of Hezbollah Attack, IDF Walls Off Section of Lebanon Border
Israeli General Warns of 'Devastating War' With Hezbollah
Israel Holds West Bank Settler Group for Attacks on Palestinians
Global Calls to Free Palestinian Clown Held by Israel
Herzog: Labor Party Must Stop Giving Israelis the Feeling It Always Loves Arabs
Israeli General Reveals Wartime Contingency to Evacuate Gaza Border Residents
Israel Police Arrest Dozens in Issawiya Raids, Termed an 'Intimidation Campaign' by Palestinian Residents
Refugee Crisis
Hundreds Feared Dead in Migrant Shipwreck Off Libya
Aleppo Clashes Displace 40,000 People
Greek PM Says Migrant Flows Decreased After EU-Turkey Deal
EU to Decide on Turkey Visas in May Amid Migrant Row
South Sudan
South Sudan Peace at Risk: Monitors
South Sudan and Rebels Say Deal Reached for Machar's Return
Ethiopia: Troops Surround Area 125 Children Are Being Held
Algeria Official in Libya in Fresh Support for Unity Govt
Egypt Opposition Figure Sues President Over Islands Uproar
Chad Tense as Members of Military 'Disappear' Before Election Results
Congo Police Fire Tear Gas at Anti-Government Protesters
Little Help for Survivors of Central African Republic Abuses
Zambia Xenophobic Riots: Two Burned Alive
Tunisia Sees Tourism Figures Steady Despite Attacks
Brazil's Rousseff Going to UN Over Impeachment; Cabinet in Crisis
Latin American Leftist Parties Reject Brazil 'Coup'
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