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Pentagon Paid for Fake 'al-Qaeda' Videos
Back to War: Colombia Voters Reject Peace Deal
  Colombia President to Continue Peace Effort After Failed Vote
Russia: 'Terrible Consequences' if US Hits Assad
  Syria Offers Rebels Safe Passage to Flee Aleppo
  Pentagon Fears ISIS Tunnels Will Complicate Mosul Invasion
Afghan 'Friendly Fire' Kills 5 Special Forces
  Taliban Seizes Farming District Near Key Afghan Provincial Capital
Assange To Make Clinton Revelations Tuesday
  WikiLeaks Cites Report Clinton Mulled Killing Assange With Drone
Indian, Pakistan Troops Trade Fire Along LoC in Kashmir
Libyan Unity Govt Continues Sirte Offensive, 18 Killed
Yemen's Houthis Attack United Arab Emerites Ship
What Actually Keeps Americans Safe: Liberty  by Karen Greenberg
Saudi and Bahrain Won't Save Britain From Decline  by Patrick Cockburn
Big Papers Want Foreign Firms, Not War Crime Victims, To Sue US  by Adam Johnson
In Defense of Gary Johnson  by Justin Raimondo
Russia-Baiting and Risks of Nuclear War  by Ray McGovern
Hillary Never Met a War She Didn't Want Other Americans to Fight  by Doug Bandow

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WikiLeaks' Assange: 'We Believe in What We're Doing'
British Parliament Panel Condemns 2011 NATO War in Libya
Military Ready to Start New Operation Near Kirkuk; 75 Killed in Iraq
Erdogan Vows Turkey Will Play a Role in Mosul Battle
Iraqi Shi'ite Cleric Issues a Fatwa Against Turkish Troops in Iraq
Gulf Arab States Call on UN to Intervene to Stop Aleppo Assault
Syrians Refuse Attempted Relocation Along Jordan Border
Turkey Extends Mandate for Troops in Iraq, Syria
Turkey Police Detain Gulen's Brother in Coup Probe
Turkey: Israel Transferred $20 Million as Part of Reconciliation Deal
Erdogan Says Turkey in 'Endgame' Over EU Membership
The New Iraq
Arab Coalition Says Targets Houthi Forces After Ship Attack
Suicide Bomber Kills One Person, Wounds Three in Yemeni Port City
Yemen's Houthis Ask Former Aden Governor to Form Government
Israel Gives Go-Ahead for 98 West Bank Settler Homes: NGO
Israel Bars Palestinians From Entering During Jewish Holiday
30 Years After Whistleblower Vanunu, Israel's Nuclear Profile Has Become a Virtual Non-Issue
PM Vows to Make Britain 'Sovereign' in First Brexit Detail
Britain to Enshrine All EU Rules in UK Law After Brexit
Brexit Begins: Theresa May Takes Axe to EU Laws
French Attack Threat: 15-Year-Old Student Charged
Police Clash With Migrants and Protesters Outside Jungle Camp
Ukraine Army, Rebels Pull Back Troops From Eastern Town
Big Majority of Hungarians Rejected Migrant Quotas but Vote Invalid
Nationalist Parties Win Local Elections in Bosnia
Spain's Socialist Leader Quits and Opens Door to End of Deadlock
Three Police Cars Set Ablaze in Dresden Ahead of German Unity Day
13 Bodies Found in Western Mexico
Mexican Students March to Mark Anniversary of 1968 Massacre
After Murder of 20 Candidates, Armed Forces Deploy 25,000 Men for Brazil's Elections
Judge Orders Reopening of El Salvador Military Massacre Case
The War at Home
9/11 Widow Files Lawsuit Against Saudi Arabia
Feds Say They Won't Evict Sprawling Pipeline Protest Camp
Clinton Campaign Downplays Remarks on Nuclear Policy
NY Man Who Filmed Eric Garner's Death Heading to Jail
Intelligence Official Settles Whistleblower Case Against Pentagon
Anger in Africa at US Police Killing of Ugandan Immigrant
Partial Funding Bill to Delay LCS, A-10, JLTV Programs
US Families Ordered Out of Guantanamo as Hurricane Matthew Approaches
Months Long Undercover Drug Sting at Maryland Burger King Nets 5 Grams of Weed, 2 Pills
In Kashmir, Doubts That Indian Soldiers Actually Infiltrated Across the Border
Militant Attack on Indian Army Base in Kashmir Kills One
Police Killed Four in Eastern India During Coal Mine Protest
Pakistan 'Certain' About Indian Casualties in LoC Attack
Life Normal in Pakistani Kashmir, but Tense on Indian Side
Pakistan Impregnable, Military Insists After Kashmir 'Raid'
India Relocates 10,000 From Around Kashmir as Tensions Rise
India-Pakistan Tensions Stir Villagers' Wartime Memories
Philippines' Duterte Says China, Russia Supportive When He Complained of US
Philippine President Rejects Hitler Label, Says It Didn't Originate From Him: Spokesman
Southern Philippines Rebels Free Three Indonesian Hostages
Afghanistan Seeks Aid to Rebuild Nation at Brussels Talks
Independence Banners Hung at Hong Kong Universities in Defiance of China: Media
China Paper Says US, South Korea Will 'Pay the Price' for Planned Missile System
Bangladesh Acquits Student Suspected in July Cafe Attack
Six Policemen Killed in Sinai
Egypt Detains Reporters Conducting Street Interviews
Somalia: Deaths as Car Bomb Hits Mogadishu Restaurant
Dutch Photographer Killed by Sniper in Libya
Republic of Congo Police Say 14 Killed in Train Attack
Chad, Niger Forces Kill 123 Boko Haram Since July
Patients Over Politics: Sudanese Breast Cancer Clinic That Beat Sanctions
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Ivan Eland
Why President Obama Has Difficulty Garnering Respect Internationally

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Biden in Belgrade: A Trip Down NATO-Invasion Memory Lane

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What Israel Is Up To in Jerusalem

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Questioning the Powerful

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