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Saudi Airstrikes Kill at Least 155 at Yemen Funeral
Gitmo Intel Upends Old 'Worst of the Worst' Myths
US Says Russia Hacking Election, Vows Revenge
Yahoo Email Scanner Was Installed by Govt
  At Booz Allen, a Vast US Spy Operation, Run for Private Profit
Kerry Demands War Crimes Probe Against Russia
  Russia Building Up Forces in Syria Since Ceasefire's Collapse
Israel Settlement Activity Quadrupled in Past Year
IG: Pentagon Must Explain Afghan 'Ghost Soldier' Problems
Balochistan Separatists Bomb Train in Northwest Pakistan
Colombian Govt, FARC Both Willing to Adjust Peace Deal
Why We Should Close Overseas US Military Bases  by John Glaser
How America Will Accidentally Join the Syrian War  by Micah Zenko
It's Time to Suspend America's Alliance With the Philippines  by Ted Galen Carpenter
Are US-Saudi Relations Finally Souring?  by Alli McCracken
The Joint US-Saudi Guilt for 9/11  by Daniel Lazare
What Tim Kaine Got Wrong About the Iran Nuclear Deal  by Ali Gharib

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Afghanistan 15 Years On: Obama's Sorriest Legacy
Justice Dept. Is Asked to Review Chinese Company's Hollywood Purchases
WikiLeaks Releases Podesta Emails
Despite Nobel, Colombia Peace Process in Danger
Russia Mulls Restoring Cuba, Vietnam Military Bases
18 Militants Killed in Iraq as Row With Turkey Continues
State Department Approves Sale of More Military Aircraft to Iraq
Iranian VP Ebtekar: 'Syria Needs a Diplomatic Solution'
Turkey Orders 166 Police Detained in Coup-Related Crackdown: Media
Kurdish Militants Claim Istanbul Bombing
Turkish Police Capture PKK Militant Suspected Over Istanbul Bombing
Iran Nuclear Deal Still Fragile, UN Atomic Chief Says
Iranian Activist Gets 6 Years in Prison for Unpublished Story About Stoning
Yemen/Saudi Arabia
UN Envoy Hopes to Announce Yemen Ceasefire Deal Soon
US Is 'Making Excuses' for Saudi War Crimes in Yemen, Rights Group Says
UN Body Calls on Saudi Arabia to End Laws Allowing Executions of Children
Middle East
UK Suspends Aid to Palestinians Over Concern It Reaches Terrorists
Syrian Refugees in Lebanon: A Permanently Temporary Life
Philippines' Defense Minister Says Military Can Cope Without US Aid
Philippines Tells US No Joint Patrols in South China Sea
Philippines Arrests Three Suspected Militants Over Bomb in Duterte's Hometown
Obama Announces Lifting of US Sanctions on Myanmar
Myanmar's Strongest Ethnic Armed Group Slams 'Drug Empire' Label by US
North Korea
Satellite Images Show Activity at North Korea Nuclear Test Site: Report
In Rare Encounter, a Private US Delegation Visits North Korea
Vietnam Declares California-Based Group Terrorists
Cambodian Opposition Resumes Parliamentary Boycott After 'Threats'
Japanese Robot Cat Doraemon Raises Hackles in India and Pakistan
Americans Still Dying
Soldier From Takoma Park (MD) Killed by IED on Patrol in Afghanistan
The War at Home
The US Air Force Just Dropped Two Fake Nukes
Ex-Yahoo Employee: Government Spy Program Could Have Given a Hacker Access to All Email
The CIA Says It Can Predict Social Unrest as Early as 3 to 5 Days Out
US Still Aiding States That Use Child Soldiers
Dem Senator Cardin Rips Russia, Says US Must 'Revisit' Approach to Cold War Rival
Kremlin Says US Accusations of Russian Cyber Attacks Are 'Nonsense'
Russian Forces Say Kill Six Militants in Ingushetia, Including ISIS Fighter
German Government to 'Consider All Options' Regarding Russia, Syria
Germany Grounds Half Its Tornado Fighters Over Loose Screws
Ramzan Kadyrov, Chechen Strongman, Criticized Over Televised Child Fights
Brussels Police Stabbing: Suspect Served in Belgian Army and Ran for Local Elections in Years Before Terror Attack
France Angry With Poland After It Scraps Military Helicopter Deal
Romania Receives First F16 Jets to Replace Obsolete MIGs
Election in Georgia to Test Stability Amid Slump
Fearful Syrians Mull Departure From Eastern Germany
Dutch to Cut Role in UN Peace Mission in Mali
Heavy Toll Weighs on Misrata After Battle for Libya's Sirte
France Says Vigilant on Central African Republic Violence as Pullout Nears
Ethiopian Protesters Attack Factories in Africa's Rising Economic Star
France Reopens Probe Into 1994 Assassination of Rwandan President
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The Past and Future of War
America's Other World War II Internment Camps
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Why the Snowden the Movie Matters
A Simple Way to World Peace? Recognize America as 'Beast'
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Shimon Peres and the 9/11 Attacks

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First Strikes Are Still Part of US Nuke Policy

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Do Orcs Love Their Children Too?

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David R. Henderson
Questioning the Powerful

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