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Tribunal Rejects China on S. China Sea Claims
  What Is the South China Sea Row About?
Qaeda Aleppo Districts Set for 'Months of Siege'
  Russia Accused of Airstrikes Near Syrian Refugee Camp
SecDef: New Powers Let US Take On Taliban
  Taliban's New Leader Taking Low-Key Role
Israeli Police Deliberately Provoke Palestinians in Jerusalem
  State Dept. Resources Used Against Netanyahu in 2015 Israel Vote
Sporadic Gunfire, South Sudan Ceasefire Mostly Holding
Dallas Police Arrest People for Criticizing Cops on Facebook
We Have Met the Alien and He Is Us  by William Astore & Nick Turse
The Antiwar Tradition in American Letters  by Allen Mendenhall
America Should Step Back From the Taiwan Time Bomb  by Ted Galen Carpenter
The Myth of the ‘War on Terrorism’  by Justin Raimondo
Europe's NATO Ambivalence  by Graham E. Fuller
Chilcot Report Damns the Charade of Iraq War  by Andrew J. Bacevich

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FBI Plans to Release Files on Clinton Email Probe
German President Admits Diplomat Failures in Colony in Chile
In First, US Judge Throws Out Cell Phone 'Stingray' Evidence
US to Base Hundreds of Troops Outside Afghanistan
Obama Attacks Polish Democracy in a Speech... Polish TV Changes Speech
Bombers Return to Baghdad; 25 Killed in Iraq
Iraqi Forces Link Up South of Mosul, Tightening Noose Around ISIS
Iraq Calls for Protest Reprieve Over Security Concerns
ISIS Blows Up Five Oil Wells in Iraq
Dutch Woman Escapes ISIS-Held, Northern Iraqi City of Mosul
Turkey Makes Overtures to Minorities, but Old Enmities Linger
Russian Suspect in Istanbul Attack: A Shy Student Who Found Religion
'No Justice for War Crimes Victims' 2 Years After Gaza War, Amnesty International Says
EU Says New Israeli Law Risks Undermining Democracy
Lieberman Blocks Israeli Pro-Peace Group From Visiting Ramallah
Israeli Military Appoints Rabbi Who Appeared to Permit Rape
Israeli Army Clamps Down on West Bank Weapon Makers
Middle East
Iran Summons French Ambassador Over Dissident Meeting in Paris
Jordan Approves Food Aid to Stranded Syrians
Bahrain Makes Arrests Over Bombing That Killed Woman, Blames Iran
British Parliament to Debate Petition Calling for Second EU Referendum
German Convicted of Syria War Crime
Migrant Flows to EU Eased After Turkey Deal, 'Front Line' Moved to Italy
Poland Plans Cuts to Secret Police Pensions, Pushes to Purge Communist Past
Body of Missing US Airman Found in River in Northern Italy
Paris Attack Victims to Sue French State Over Surveillance Lapses: Lawyer
Venezuela's Military to Coordinate Food, Medicine Distribution
Citibank to Close Venezuela Government Accounts: Maduro
Brazil's Armed Forces Get Extra Funds Before Rio Olympics
Rights Groups Rebuke Ecuador's Deportation of Cuban Refugees
South China Sea
Taiwan Rejects Ruling on South China Sea Island of Itu Aba
Philippines Urges 'Restraint and Sobriety' After South China Sea Ruling
Vietnam Welcomes South China Sea Ruling, Reasserts Its Own Claims
Death of Rebel Leader Fuels Renewed Anger Kashmir
Indian PM Modi Calls Emergency Meeting as Violence in Kashmir Intensifies
In Kashmir, Indian Security Forces Use Pellet Guns That Often Blind Protesters
Two Hostages From Bangladesh Standoff Are Still Missing
Police in Pakistan Hunt Christian Accused of Blasphemy for Online Poem
Embattled Nepal PM Refuses to Budge After Maoists Pull Support
South Sudan
South Sudanese Emerge From Shelters After Heavy Fighting
UN Says 36,000 Civilians Sought Shelter in South Sudan Capital
Internally Displaced in South Sudan Growing
Russia Says Willing to Consider UN Arms Embargo on South Sudan
Hundreds Forcibly Disappeared in Egypt Crackdown, Says Amnesty
Egypt Orders Muslim Preachers to Deliver Identical Weekly Sermons
Egyptian Policemen Jailed for Beating Father of Four to Death
Zimbabwean Police Say Will Be Out in 'Full Force' at Protests
Zimbabwe Protest Leader Arrested on Eve of Strike
Over Two Months, 240 Unity Fighters Dead in Battle for ISIS Libya Bastion: Medic
New Shabaab Leader Labels Turkey Somalia's 'Enemy'
Malian Troops Fire on Protest in Gao, Killing Three
UN: Cases of Acute Malnutrition in Northern Nigeria
Uganda's Opposition Leader Freed on Bail After Treason Charge
The War at Home
Accused American ISIS Plotter Was 'Set Up,' Family Says
Navy Corrects 'American Sniper' Chris Kyle's Military Record, Lowers Medal Count
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Be Careful With Those Secret Watchlists, Congressman

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What Israel Is Up To in Jerusalem

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Questioning the Powerful

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