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Senate Passes Bill With Provision to Draft Women
Orlando Shooter a ‘Regular’ at Attacked Nightclub
Pentagon Skeptical ISIS Leader Al-Baghdadi Dead
  Iraq Arrests Shi'ite Militiamen for Torture, Killings
  US Apache Helicopter Used Against ISIS in Iraq
Afghan, Pakistan Border Forces in Heavy Clashes
  US Plans Billions in Afghan Funding Until 2020, Seeks Allies' Help
NATO Further Expands Buildup in Baltics
Obama No Longer Pursuing Gitmo Shutdown
Libya Unity Govt's Sirte Offensive Stalls as It Reaches City
Netanyahu: Israel Will Never Accept Arab Peace Initiative
'Significant' Casualities in Eritrea and Ethiopia Border Battle
Given Orlando, Has the US Govt Adequately Protecting the Public?  by Ivan Eland
Here's Why Trump's Foreign Policy Terrifies Neocons  by Joseph Mussomeli
Obama's Pivot East Fuels an Asian Cold War  by Tom Hussain
Hillary Clinton's 'Entangled' Foreign Policy  by Daniel Lazare
Don't Mythologize Ali's Rage  by Stephen Kinzer
FBI, Locals Team Up to Invade Citizens' Privacy  by Adam Bates

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Pentagon Rebukes Trump Proposal for More Airstrikes
'Feed People, Not Wars,' Pope Says
Think Tank: Nuclear Powers Seek to Modernize Weapons
High-Level Meeting Urges Nuke Test Ban Treaty Ratification
Second US Aircraft Carrier Enters Mediterranean: US Navy
Attack in Orlando
Orlando Shooter Was Reportedly a Regular at Pulse and Had a Profile on Gay Dating App
Orlando Shooter Omar Mateen Was Gay, Former Classmate Says
No Evidence of Direct ISIS Link to Orlando Shooting: US Officials
Orlando: Omar Mateen Pledged Loyalty to Several Rival Groups, Says FBI
Omar Mateen May Not Have Understood the Difference Between ISIS, al-Qaeda, and Hezbollah
Orlando Killer Appears to Have Been 'Homegrown Extremist'
Orlando Gunman Likely 'Radicalized' Through Internet, US Says
Orlando Shooter Worked for Security Firm Tainted by Blunders
FBI Links Orlando Shooter to Suicide Bomber
Congressmen Dana Rohrabacher, Ed Royce Confirm Meetings With Orlando Shooter's Father
Drag Queen: Anti-Gay Terrorist Omar Mateen Was My Friend
Iran Condemns 'Evil' Massacre at Florida Gay Club
Orlando Gunman Went on Saudi Pilgrimages: Ministry
Father of Orlando Gunman Known for Rambling Political Videos
Report: Omar Mateen Scouted Disney World as Potential Target
US Muslims More Tolerant of Gays Than Other Groups Are
Orlando Attack May Rekindle Encryption Fight
Media Ignores Mass Killings of American Indians in Its Reporting
The War at Home
Feds Sue Seattle to Block Disclosures About FBI Surveillance
The CIA Officer Left Behind by Hillary Clinton
Ex-CIA Officer Facing Imprisonment Says Hillary Clinton Is Partially to Blame
Europeans View ISIS as Top Threat: Survey
The EU Tries to Grab All the Cheese
French Police Commander Stabbed to Death in Front of His Home
UN Rights Boss Deplores Detention of Migrants in Europe
UN Agency Cuts 2016 Estimate for Refugee Arrivals in Europe Via Greece
Mexican Lawmaker Stripped of Immunity in 'El Chapo' Case
Two Killed in Gunfire at Baseball Game in Central Mexico
French FM to Netanyahu: I Know You're Against Peace Initiative, but Train Has Left the Station
Israeli Settlers Storm Al-Aqsa Mosque on Ramadan
Following Haaretz Report, Israeli Envoy Cancelled His Republican Conference Address
Amnesty Slams IDF for Administrative Detention of Circus Clown
160 Killed in Iraq; Torture Arrests Made
Syria Civil War: 224 Killed in First Week of Ramadan
7,000 Iraqis Flee Fallujah Through Safe Corridor: UN
Middle East
Suspected US Drone Kills 3 al-Qaeda Suspects in Yemen
Iranian Forces Kill Five Kurdish Separatists, Revolutionary Guards Say
Bahrain Rearrests Top Activist Rajab in Dawn Raid
Lebanon PM Says Bank Bombing Harms National Security
Police Kill Five Accused in Quetta
Pakistan Politician Accused of Threatening to 'Pull Down' Journalist's 'Pants' on Live TV
Abu Sayyaf Group Beheads Another Canadian Hostage
Filipino Nationalists Say Flag-Planting on Disputed Shoal Halted by China
The War at Home
US May Not Make Afghanistan Troop Decision by Warsaw Summit
North Korea Mounts Long-Running Hack of South Korea Computers, Says Seoul
Cambodia PM Shrugs Off EU Aid Threat, Opposition Supporters Jailed
Dalai Lama Urges Myanmar's Suu Kyi to Ease Rohingya Tensions
Nigeria's Boko Haram Victims Bounce Back With Businesses in Camps
More Time Needed to Send Somali Refugees Home, UN Tells Kenya
Venezuela's Maduro Seeks to Block Recall Vote
Venezuela Lootings, Food Protests Leave Three Dead in Past Week
Venezuela Investigating Death of Protester as Unrest Rises
Venezuela Opposition Rallies Latin America for Support
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