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State Dept Wants To Attack Assad Instead of ISIS
  Airstrikes Reported After Ceaesfire Announced in Syria's Aleppo
  Iraq Escalates Fallujah Attack, Claiming Concern for Civilians
House OKs More Cluster Bomb Sales to Saudis
  Yemen's Hadi Govt Threatens to Withdraw From Peace Talks
NATO Infighting Grows on Mediterranean Policies
  Bulgaria Won't Join NATO Black Sea Fleet
Taliban Has More of Afghanistan Than Before 9/11
  Taliban Use 'Honey Trap' Boys to Kill Afghan Police
House Gives Israel Much More Aid Than Obama Requested
CIA: 'Undaunted' ISIS Looks to Expand, Launch More Attacks
The Pentagon's Real $trategy: Keeping the Money Flowing  by Andrew Cockburn
US-China Maritime Disputes: Too Close for Comfort  by Mel Gurtov
Why Did FBI's Multiple Informants Fail to Catch Omar Mateen in a Sting?  by Marcy Wheeler
'Something is Going On’ – And It’s Worse Than You Thought  by Justin Raimondo
NATO Must Stop Crowding Russia  by Ted Galen Carpenter
Interventionism, Not Islam, Is the Problem  by Jacob G. Hornberger

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British Lawmaker Shot Dead, EU Referendum Campaigns Suspended
'Lone Hacker' Claims Responsibility for Cyber Attack on Democrats
This Looks Like the DNC's Hacked Trump Oppo File
Fighting ISIS With an Algorithm, Physicists Try to Predict Attacks
Nicaragua Expels 3 US Government Officials
Egyptair Voice Recorder Found, Pulled From Water
Attack in Orlando
Gun Store Owner: We Alerted FBI to 'Suspicious' Customer Weeks Before Orlando Shooting
School Records Paint Disturbing Picture of Orlando Shooter
House Rejects NSA Reforms After Orlando Massacre
Congressman Cites Orlando Tragedy as Reason to Fight Surveillance Reform
The War at Home
Documents: Image of Chained, Diapered Detainees Worried Bush
US Officials Say American Muslims Do Report Extremist Threats
Sen. Manchin Laments Fifth Amendment: 'Due Process Is What's Killing Us Right Now'
US Navy SEAL Arrested in Stabbing Death of California Man
Democrats Embrace Secretive, Flawed Terror Watchlist in Fight Against Gun Violence
10 Dead as Pinned-Down ISIS Steps Up Libya Suicide Bombings
One Child Killed, Three Wounded by Air Strikes in Eastern Libya
Obama Administration Lays Out $56 Million Plan for Libya
Lord's Resistance Army Rebels Kidnap 17 in Central African Republic
Ugandan Soldier Shoots Seven Dead in Kampala Barracks
In South Sudan, It's Hard to Tell the Soldiers From the Criminals
Nine Killed as DR Congo Troops Clash With Ex-Militia Fighters: NGO
Somaliland: Kill All but the Crows
Mali Urges UN to Impose Sanctions, Beef Up Peace Mission
Polls Show Britain's EU 'Out' Campaign Pulls Ahead as Referendum Nears
Former UK Army Captain Denies Iraqi Civilian Was Mistreated
Ukraine Furious Over Remarks on Russia by UN Chief Ban
Jewish Pilgrims in Ukraine Trigger Brawl by Shooting Local With BB Gun
Croatia Government Falls as PM Loses No-Confidence Vote
Palestinian Killed by Israeli Soldier Posed No Danger, Commander Testifies
Israel's Ex-DM Challenging Netanyahu at Election
Lieberman's Defense Ministry Takes Harsher Tone, and IDF Better Prepare
Barak Hints at Return to Politics: if Government Won't Get Back on Track, We Must Topple It
Fighting Continues in Fallujah; 185 Killed in Iraq
Iraq's Fallujah Faces 'Disaster', NGO Warns
Post-ISIS Iraq Should Be Split in Three Says Top Kurdish Official
UN Report: ISIS Is Committing Genocide Against Iraq's Yazidis
Christian Militias Fighting ISIS in Iraq Hope for US Support
Russian Soldier Dies of Wounds He Suffered in Syria
Anti-ISIS Airstrikes Flown From Navy Ships in 2 Regions
Revolutionary Guard, Kurdish Insurgents Battle in Iran
EU Allows Iran's State Carrier to Resume Flights in Bloc
Iran Accuses Thomson Reuters Charity Official of Sedition
Iran's Oil Exports Have Tripled Since Late 2015
Germany Hosts Iran FM, Belying Vow Not to Normalize Ties
UN Worried About Bahrain's Crackdown on Political Opposition
Truck Queues Back Up After Fighting Closes Afghan-Pakistan Border
How Pakistan's Military Uses Media for Image Making
US Navy Eases Drinking Ban in Japan After Okinawa Incidents
Defying China, Vanished Hong Kong Bookseller Describes Custody
Colombia's FARC Rebels Ready to Return to War if Talks Fail: President
US Sees Colombian Resolve on Drug War Waning as Peace Looms
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